Short stay: Hotel Keflavik, Keflavik, Iceland
By Paul Johnson on Oct 25, 2022 in Accommodation, Europe, Family Travel, Food and Drink, Going Out, Hotels, Iceland, Leisure Travel, Regions, Restaurants, Speciality Travel, Travel Miscellany, Western Europe
We arrived at Hotel Keflavik ahead of our return flight back to the UK for which we had a very early start. (The hotel is just a 6-minute drive from the airport.) The building actually houses two hotels, both under the same management – the four star Hotel Keflavik and, on the uppermost floor, Diamond Suites Luxury Boutique Hotel. Many of the facilities are common to both hotels. We are able to bring you details on both hotels since our sons stayed in a room at Hotel Keflavik, whilst we stayed in the Diamond Suites.
Two large stone lions stand on guard at either side of Hotel Keflavik’s main entrance. Parking close to the hotel entrance was free, with plenty of spaces available when we arrived.
Inside, an airy foyer and unexpectedly glitzy reception desk was where we were effortlessly checked in before making our way to our respective rooms.
The comfortable room consisted of twin beds, a chair to relax and a desk area.
An amalgam of muted tones were interrupted by a series of fancy lampshades that offered a splash of colour.
Icelandic artwork adorned the walls and the room also came with a TV, phone, safe and Nespresso machine.
The room looked out over over a couple of guest houses…
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