Bleikur október!

Október er runninn upp og er alþjóðlegt fyrirbæri sem flest Krabbameinsfélög heims standa fyrir. Föstudagurinn 12. október 2018 er Bleiki dagurinn og við hvetjum gesti okkar til að sýna samstöðu, klæðast bleiku og hafa bleikt í fyrirrúmi.

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Október er að detta inn… frábær tími til að fara Gullna hringinn!

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Traveling to Reykjavik in September?

September brings together summer and winter in Iceland. You must have a lot of questions…What to wear? What to see and do? What is the weather like…?

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Are you staying in #Reykjavik this month?
August is definitely a lively month with numerous celebrations and festivals taking place in Iceland.
If so, you may want to take a look at some of the festivals available 🙂
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This weekend was definitely filled with national pride and celebration!  🇮🇸
Iceland survived against Argentina‘s attacks in the 2018 FIFA World Cup and the draw 1 – 1 were celebrated much vigorously.

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Finally summer has arrived! Well, fingers crossed.

Every month in Iceland is recognizably unique. Now as we have reached May, who’s ready for summer? We know we are! May is truly a great time to visit Iceland – the weather is drastically on the upswing and we step out of our winter hibernation…

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Summer is on its way and we couldn’t be more happy about it! Will you be spending any time in Iceland this summer?

Icelanders get an early jump on summer. Sumardagurinn fyrsti, The First day of summer is an annual public holiday in Iceland and is always on Thursday from 19 to 25 April. It makes sense that Icelanders would want to celebrate the arrival of summer after loooong winters. But why celebrate this day in April…? 

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Spring time is officially around the corner!

We believe that spring is a time of new beginnings when places come alive with a renewed sense of liveliness.

Iceland’s dramatic and striking landscapes of snow, ice and waterfalls softens in the spring. The temperatures become milder, and flowers begin to bloom. What a great time to explore Iceland!

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The city is finally out of its Christmas hangover phase and the days are getting longer – to our much delight 🙂
Valentine’s is just around the corner. We believe that Iceland is THE place for a romantic getaway 

The weather in February can be veeery changeable. You could experience rain, snow, sleet and blue sky all in one day! The weather is definitely our biggest character we deal with every day 🙂  Read more

Happy new year dear guests! And hello January!


January is a great month to experience a more authentic Iceland. It is usually the coldest month – and the darkest. In other words; very short days. The darkness is not all bad though because more darkness also means more chances of seeing the northern lights – if we are lucky 😊 Read more