Greinasafni: Hótel og gisting einnig undir: Icelandic Times
7 minutes to rest
Close to Keflavik Airport, Hotel Berg offers a comfortable stay
Hotel Berg is a new small and cosy hotel in Keflavik run by Ólöf and Arnar who really do care for their guests. As confirms, they indeed they take great pride in exceeding their guest’s expectations in order to make each person’s stay as comfortable and convenient as possible.
Berg’s 11 double rooms are quite spacious compared to regular hotel rooms in Iceland. Each room has an en-suite bathroom with a washbasin, shower and toilet. Rooms are equipped with a television set and DVD player, with movies on request, wireless Internet, a safe, high-quality bedding, a fridge, a hair-dryer and other conveniences. Breakfast buffet is served between 7 and 10 AM.
Berg Hotel stands on a black basalt rock overlooking the local small boat harbour in Keflavik. The rock face provides the small boat harbour with shelter on its western side. In winter, the rock face is lit with electric lights which can look very dramatic during mid-winter blizzards.
A fire burns in the sitting room hearth, casting a warm glow over some typical Icelandic furniture dating from the middle of last century. Outside there is a hot tub from which it is possible to catch a glimpse of the Northern Lights when conditions allow.
Some of Keflavik’s best strolls and restaurants are within easy reach of Hotel Berg. It is only 7 minute drive from Iceland’s International airport, which makes it a favourite choice amongst travellers who arrive in the county late at night or have an early departure.


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