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Hotels in this part of West Iceland are few, so this one is about the best you'll get in this area--and it does not come close to the standard of other Fosshotels. That said, it was clean, well maintained and quiet. Room was tiny with...More
Having stayed in a variety of friendly hotels and guesthouses, we were surprised by a gloomy check in and being told the restaurant was shutting at 7 due to an event. Not a great start!
The view from the bedroom ( and the dining room)...More
It was OK. When I booked, the website said recently renovated. They may have added a new TV and some newer feather-like light fixtures. The rest of it looked older. It was clean, but there were stains on the bedside tables. The shower was strange...More
The Fosshotel in Stikkholmar was just average. The room was clean and comfortable. However, the shower was small with a half door on one side that allowed things on sink stand to get wet as did most of the floor. There was no counter space...More
Good hotel overlooking the town. Rooms are fine for overnight stays.Iceland has terible pillows! Warm and easy to dry stuff on the heaters which is great when you are travelling. Breakfast was good. Lots of selection.
US$ 149 - US$ 211 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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The breakfast at that hotel was the best on our trip. We had dinner at a TA recommended restaurant: Sjavarpakkhusid. We followed advice from other TA reviewers: we loved the mussels, salted cod and the chocolate shock... More
The breakfast at that hotel was the best on our trip. We had dinner at a TA recommended restaurant: Sjavarpakkhusid. We followed advice from other TA reviewers: we loved the mussels, salted cod and the chocolate shock cake. Don't remember the costs; all meals are on the expensive side. But this was great.