We stayed in houses until the night before we left Iceland, but this was a fun place to be. The beds were comfortable and the restaurant was fantastic. The restaurant is one of the best reasons to be there. It is a large building with numerous rooms- upstairs and down. During dinner, some musicians dressed in old garb, came and serenaded us. I had the braised lamb shank, and it's some of the best I've ever eaten.The breakfast they included was very substantial and except for the fish (I'm sure the locals were used to it), I had all I needed. They even had some gluten-free cold cereal. After breakfast we walked around and were delighted with the whole area. There's a little mall nearby where I found an outlet and got some cool duds.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Hotel Viking has 56 well furnished and cozy rooms including shower, WC and television. The décor of the rooms on the first floor is Viking style and on the second floor it is a West Nordic theme. When you enter the Hotel, you are greeted with fine art and crafts from these three countries, Iceland, Greenland and the Faroe Islands. We have access to wireless Internet and free parking just outside the hotel. In our geothermal hot tub and sauna you can recuperate and freshen up and relax after a long day of excitement.Our guests are welcomed to our Fjörukráin,the Viking Restaurant, which is open for dinner from 18.00 every day.The style is Viking whereby during these famous feasts there is never a dull moment and the guests can expect various treats and surprises offered by our singing Valkyries and Vikings. ... more less
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