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Keflavík

 

Grænásvegur 10, 230 Reykjanesbær

GPS: 63° 58.924'N, 22° 33.501'W

 

Tel.  (+354) 588 9999
keflavik@hostel.is

 

Hostel Details

Keflavík Hostel is located only 4 minutes’ drive from Keflavík International Airport


Keflavík Hostel is in a newly renovated building close to Keflavík International Airport. Keflavík Hostel has three room types: 2 bed, 3 bed, and 4 bed. Rooms are modern and each bed has posturepedic mattress. 4 bed rooms have private bathrooms; 2 and 3 bed rooms have a washbasin in rooms and access to shared bathrooms. Free Wi-Fi for guests.  


Breakfast buffet is served every morning from 06:00 to 11:00 and soft drinks and snacks are sold at the reception. Reception is open 24 hours. Shared breakfast area with fully equipped self-catering kitchen for our guests. 

 

Free transport is provided to and from Keflavík Airport for our guests. 
Parking outside the hostel is free.


In the hostel, there is a small private museum about strongman Reynir Leósson. The famous Blue Lagoon is only a 15 minutes’ drive, and ideal to link either departure or arrival with a visit to the lagoon. Whale watching tours, museums, and other acitivities are close by as well. Guests can also use mountain bikes to explore the area close to the hostel. 

 

 

 


Opening times

Opening times (daily/weekly):    The reception is open 24/7
Opening times (over the year):    Open all year

 

Distance from Reykjavík:

50 km (ca.  60 min)

Directions




Directions

 Bus:    
Several buses run daily between Keflavik and the center of Reykjavík. 
 Parking:

Free parking at the hostel
 Location:

The hostel is located on the Reykjanes peninsula on the South-West part of Icleand, only 4km from the Keflavik International Airport. 

Facilities
 - Private rooms available
  
 - Free Wi-Fi   
 - Non smoking room/area
 - Common room(s)
 - Credit cards accepted
 - Basic store available at or near the hostel
 - TV room
 - Luggage storage
 - Garden
 - Self-catering kitchen
 - Suitable for wheelchair users 
 - Rates include local tax
 - Groups welcome
 - Individual travellers welcome
 - Cycle store at hostel
 
 
 - BBQ




Hostel bed capacity

Beds per room: bedicon2 bedicon4
Total beds

Number of rooms: 10 3 31
Attractions


At Keflavík Hostel, there is a small private museum about strongman Reynir Leósson.

 

The famous Blue Lagoon, health and geothermal spa, is only a 15 minutes’ drive, and ideal to link either departure or arrival with a visit to the lagoon and your stay at the hostel. Guests renew their relationship with nature, soak up the scenic beauty, and enjoy breathing the clean, fresh air while relaxing in the warm geothermal seawater.

 

The Reykjanes Peninsula is the home of an aspiring geopark and plenty of hiking opportunities in the area. A seemingly endless, green-grey moss-topped lava field blankets the peninsula for as far as the eye can see, and it is this strange and rather other-worldly sight that is your first glimpse of the land of fire and ice. The peninsula exists where the North Atlantic ridge rises from the ocean. Here you can find 100 different craters, caves and lava fields, a variety of bird life, astonishing cliffs, high geothermal activity, and black sand beaches. 

 

A varied selection of tours and acitives are available in the Reykjanes peninsula and close to the hostel. Guests can also use mountain bikes to explore the area close to the hostel. 

 

Gunnuhver, the heart of the future geopark: the mud pools and steam vents on the southwest part of Reykjanes. The area is close to Reykjanes lighthouse and is collectively named Gunnuhver after a female ghost that was laid there. She had caused great disturbance until a priest set a trap for her and she fell into the spring. This happend about 400 years ago.

 

Krýsuvík Geothermal Area: Popular recreational destination with many interesing hiking paths. Krýsuvík was once a separate parish, with one of the largest estate farms in the country, and many tenants crofts. The church, built in 1857, was restored in 1964 and is part of the National Museum's Historic Buildings Collection. On the hill and around it, traces of the old farmhouse and other buildings can still be seen, although they are somewhat overgrown with grass. It should be kept in mind that the area's magnificent nature is very delicate and must be treated with great care and respect.

 



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