| || Hotel Kjarnalundur|
Featuring panoramic views of the scenic nature surroundings, Hotel Kjarnalundur is 5 km from central Akureyri and just 2 km from the Akureyri Airport. It offers an on-site restaurant.
A flat-screen TV and wooden floors are featured in all rooms....
|EUR 65 |
| || Hafdals Hotel|
Featuring free WiFi, Hafdals Hotel is set in Akureyri. Located around 2.4 km from Pollurinn, the hotel is also 3.1 km away from Hof - Cultural Center and Conference Hall. All rooms come with a terrace with a sea view.
At the hotel, the rooms...
|EUR 147 |
| || ÁS Guest House|
Boasting a shared lounge, ÁS Guest House is set in Akureyri in the North Iceland region, 800 metres from Hof - Cultural Center and Conference Hall and 1.4 km from Pollurinn. Guests can enjoy garden views.
Guest rooms at the bed and breakfast...
| || Hotel Edda Akureyri|
Located in North Iceland’s main town, Akureyri, this budget summer hotel is a short walk from the city centre and the Eyjafjördur Fjord shore. Free parking is offered on site.
Hotel Edda Akureyri’s rooms have either private or shared bathrooms,...
| || Hotel Akureyri Dynheimar|
Situated in Akureyri, Hotel Akureyri Dynheimar features a bar. This property is located a short distance from attractions such as Hof - Cultural Center and Conference Hall and Pollurinn. The accommodation offers a 24-hour front desk.
| || Hotel Akureyri|
This hotel is on Akureyri’s main street, Hafnarstraeti, less than 2 km from Akureyri Airport. It offers en-suite guest rooms, free parking and views of the Eyjafjörður fjord. Husavík is 90 km away.
All guest rooms at Hotel Akureyri feature...
|EUR 62 |
| || Icelandair Hotel Akureyri|
Located in Akureyri, this hotel offers fresh rooms with a TV and seating area. Facilities include a restaurant and a lounge bar. Hlídarfjall Ski Resort is 5 km away.
All rooms at Icelandair Hotel Akureyri feature modern décor and wooden floors....
|EUR 81 |
| || Hotel Kea by Keahotels|
This 4-star hotel is centrally located on Akureyri's pedestrian street, by the Eyjafjördur Fjord. It offers in-room minibars and tea/coffee makers, dry cleaning services and traditional Icelandic cuisine.
The bright, airy rooms at Hotel Kea...
|EUR 95 |
| || Hafnarstræti Hostel|
Hafnarstræti Hostel offers capsule sleeping pods in Akureyri. Guests can choose from single or double bed capsules. Free WiFi is available.
You will find a shared kitchen, gift shop, and shops at the property. Barbecue facilities are also...
|EUR 30 |
| || Akureyri Backpackers|
Situated in central Akureyri, Akureyri Backpackers offers free Wi-Fi and rooms with access to shared bathroom facilities. A swimming pool and hot tubs are a 1-minute walk away.
Meals and drinks can be enjoyed in Backpackers Akureyri’s on-site...
|EUR 21 |
| || Bjarmó Guesthouse|
Located 300 metres from Hof - Cultural Center and Conference Hall, Bjarmó Guesthouse provides free WiFi.
Bjarmó Guesthouse offers a terrace.
Guests can relax in the garden at the property.
Pollurinn is 1.3 km from Bjarmó Guesthouse, while...
|EUR 55 |
| || Gula Villan Guesthouse|
Gula Villan Guesthouse is situated in central Akureyri, a 5-minute walk from Akureyri Bus Station. Wi-Fi access and hot drinks are free on site. Akureyri Swimming Pool is 7 minutes’ walk away.
The individually decorated rooms at Gula Villan...
|EUR 52 |
| || Hotel Nordurland by Keahotels|
Conveniently located in the centre of Akureyri, the lively capital of Northern Iceland, is the comfortable Hotel Nordurland. Stay close to many restaurants, shops, cafés and local sights.
Nordurland's rooms have hairdryers, coffee and tea...
|EUR 68 |
| || Akureyri H.I. Hostel|
Set a 10-minute walk from central Akureyri, this family-owned hostel offers basic rooms with a TV and free Wi-Fi access. Iceland’s Ring Road/Route 1 is right next to the hostel.
A wardrobe is featured in all rooms at Akureyri H.I. Hostel....
| || Hótel Sveinbjarnargerdi|
Set a 10-minute drive from Akureyri, Countryhotel Sveinbjarnargerdi offers stunning views of the Eyjafordur area, its mountains and the fjord. The terrace is an idyllic location to view the summer's midnight sun and the winter's northern lights.