Hotel Cabin
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Hotel Cabin

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3.5
#48 of 60 hotels in Reykjavik
3.6 of 5 bubbles
Location
4.1 of 5 bubbles
Cleanliness
3.8 of 5 bubbles
Service
3.9 of 5 bubbles
Value
Hotel Cabin is a budget hotel located in Reykjavik. Our main policy has always been, to offer travellers visiting Reykjavík comfortable and economic accommodation right in the heart of the city. The standard rooms are the cheapest accommodation we have to offer and as the name implies they are very basic but comfortable. The superior rooms are bigger and come with a bathtub with a shower and refrigerator. The Superior rooms with a view are all on the hotel´s 7th floor and offer a magnificent view of the city or the ocean. They come with free wireless internet, a refrigerator, a tea- and coffee maker and a hairdryer. The hotel is excellently located within a walking distance from the city centre as well as the Laugardalur area.
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Property amenities
Free parking
Free internet
Free breakfast
Bicycle rental
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
Taxi service
24-hour security
Baggage storage
Street parking
Wifi
Bar / lounge
Restaurant
Breakfast available
Breakfast buffet
Happy hour
Snack bar
Gift shop
Non-smoking hotel
Shared lounge / TV area
Shops
24-hour check-in
24-hour front desk
Room features
Blackout curtains
Housekeeping
Telephone
Clothes rack
Private bathrooms
Flatscreen TV
Radio
Bath / shower
Complimentary toiletries
Room types
Non-smoking rooms
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HOTEL CLASS
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2.0 of 5 stars
HOTEL STYLE
Budget
Bay View
Languages Spoken
English, Icelandic

Location

Borgartun 32, Reykjavik 105 Iceland
Getting there
Somewhat walkable
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Grade: 73 out of 100
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Reykjavik Domestic Airport
Keflavik Intl Airport
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Miss_Teach1 wrote a review Feb 2020
Staffordshire, United Kingdom338 contributions165 helpful votes
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4.0 of 5 bubbles
I had picked this hotel based upon the location and the cleanliness which was mentioned in other reviews as these things are of particular importance to me when booking a city break. This trip was for my mum’s special birthday and I had emailed the hotel prior to arrival to see if there was anything they could do to help us celebrate.

On arrival we were totally overwhelmed by the room we were given. It was room 7887 and on the top floor with the most beautiful view! This far exceeded my expectations and I’m so grateful to the hotel for this- it really helped enhance our trip. Thank you!

The room was a good size with enough storage for a city break as well as areas to hang coats and shelves. There was a large tv which showed UK programmes (found eastenders ok by mistake one night whilst drying my hair!).

The beds are so comfortable. The bedding is spotless and so soft. Really luxurious! The towels were a bit on the small side (I’m a size ten). Perhaps something they may want to consider?

The room was so warm and had radiators which we could adjust to ensure the temperature was right for us. Free WiFi worked throughout the hotel.

Breakfast was basic but plentiful. Breads, cheeses, ham, selection of fruit, couple of cereal choices and yogurt. Also tea and coffee machines with fresh water and juice. Admittedly there are many school/university groups here but they’re not any bother. Adds to the buzz in the hotel, I felt.

Location wise, this hotel is great. It’s well- placed to walk into the main part of Reykjavík. Across the road is a supermarket and a subway should you need anything. About 20 mins to walk into the main area of the city but lots of gorgeous views on the way.

Also sampled the lunch at the hotel. It was fresh and again plentiful. Pasta, fruit, bread, tuna, salad etc. For the price, an absolute bargain.

I can’t understand the negative reviews from some people. You do get what you pay for , but considering the price of stuff in the city, it’s location and the fact that you’re there to explore, not to sit in a room I can thoroughly recommend it! If you can, try and get a room on the 7th floor because it’s lovely!
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Date of stay: February 2020Trip type: Travelled with family
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Response from Ída Smáradóttir Berg, General Manager at Hotel Cabin
Responded 26 Feb 2020
Dear Miss-Teach1, Thank you for your review and for choosing Cabin. We’re thrilled to learn that you had such a wonderful stay with us and it was a pleasure sharing your comments with all our team. We appreciate your feedback as it will help us continually improve the standard of facilities. Thank you once again for your feedback. We hope to welcome you back soon. All the best, Hotel Cabin team
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alan c wrote a review Feb 2020
Waltham Abbey, United Kingdom490 contributions287 helpful votes
3.0 of 5 bubbles
The hotel was very clean and the restaurant food was very good value but only offered a well stocked salad bar and hot soup which was very welcome. The breakfast was included in the room price and offered cold meats and cheeses and also hot porridge whic was very nice. The evening meal was an inclusive price of £13.00 which is very good value. Our only complaint is the size of the standard bedrooms.A double bed just about fits in with no room for anything else.The bathroom is ok and the shower works well with plenty of hot water. If we stayed here again, we would book the superior bedrooms which are much larger.
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Date of stay: January 2020
2.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
4.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
4.0 of 5 bubblesService
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Responded 3 Feb 2020
Dear alan c, Thank you for sharing your experience and for choosing Cabin. We agree with you :) Our standard rooms are compact in style with everything you need for a couple of days and we always ensure that this information is clear on our website. We encourage you to speak with our reservations team for your next stay with us so we can accommodate you as best as possible. Your great feedback about our restaurant food and breakfast are much appreciated. We hope to have the chance to welcome you back to our hotel soon. All the best, Hotel Cabin team
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Lorraine T wrote a review Mar 2020
Birmingham, United Kingdom66 contributions29 helpful votes
3.0 of 5 bubbles
We arrived at approximate 12 noon and were informed no early check in, we had to fill a form in and when I asked for confirmation that we had been upgraded as per my request I was informed there wasn’t any upgrades available, I tried to explain that this had been confirmed by email she was adamant that there was no upgrades available, however another receptionist did confirm the upgrade. We then had to go back to reception to check in at 2pm and this was total chaos and didn’t make for a great first impression. Our upgraded room was on the 7th floor and although the view was great I’m not so sure it was worth the extra expense. The rooms were very clean and kept that way throughout our stay. There was tea and coffee facilities in the room as well as a fridge, however if you like more than one cup a day it might be wise to take your own provisions as they are very tight on refills. Breakfast is adequate, plenty of cold meats and cheese etc, with toast and porridge available. The salad bar was also pretty good and very reasonably priced. The bar is more expensive than the airport and understaffed as the receptionists appear to be doing both jobs, so if they are busy on reception you have to chance of getting served. The hotel is about 20/25 min walk to the town, which is worth a visit. It is also great for any excursions you have booked as there is a pick up point right outside. Overall not the beat hotel I’ve ever visited but as a base for seeing what Iceland has to offer it is great.
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Date of stay: March 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Response from Ída Smáradóttir Berg, General Manager at Hotel Cabin
Responded 11 Mar 2020
Dear Lorraine, Firstly we would like to thank you for taking the time to share your experience with us. We appreciate your feedback as it helps us to identify the areas we can improve. Check-in is after 15:00 every day and our guests can, of course, ask for early check-in when they arrive but that always depends on the availability and or if the rooms are clean already. We always try our best to serve our guests and we would like to apologise on behalf of the hotel for any confusion caused. If you would like to discuss this matter any further or require a further explanation, please contact us directly by email. It gives us great pleasure, however, to read that you enjoyed the view from your superior room, the complimentary breakfast, the food at our salad bar and our convenient location. Thank you for being our guest and we hope that you will join us again very soon, Best regards, Hotel Cabin team
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Alan B wrote a review Jan 2020
New Concord, Kentucky341 contributions173 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
You can spend LOTS more money on a hotel in Reykjavik, but why not save those monies for other things to do/see/eat. The Hotel Cabin is NOT a cabin! It is located in close proximity (walking distance) to all of the museums, sites, and is a very modern, clean, quiet, amply outfitted hotel along the water with a restaurant, bar and rooms with relaxing, soft beds, large bathrooms and a spectacular view (ask for top floors) of the water. The Front Desk, Restaurant Staff and Housekeeping Department ladies are all VERY nice and helpful. However, if you need anything during your stay, please ask for Christine at the Front Desk. She makes you feel SO welcomed, she is SO helpful and knowledgeable AND she is one of the nicest ladies in the world! The complimentary breakfast is tasty, fresh, far above average and very European, and the restaurant offers a very fresh, inviting Salad Bar throughout the day before serving dinner. The full bar is located near the Front Desk & Restaurant, and offers a comfortable seating area for a nice nite cap.
We enjoyed the Cabin Hotel, and all it offers. We will always stay here,and recommend our family and friends to do the same. ENJOY! We sure did!
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Date of stay: January 2020
5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
5.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Room Tip: Rooms on 7th floor viewing the water - beautiful!
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lovefrancais wrote a review Dec 2021
65 contributions58 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
This is a nice budget hotel. Due to COVID restrictions , there were some changes, like a need to request housekeeping services and towels, as well as no evening hours in the restaurant. The hotel was clean and the staff were very friendly and helpful. Tip if you arrive on an early flight , see if you can do an early checkin at reduced cost of buying for the previous night. The rooms were warm and had a small refrigerator and tea kettle, which I appreciated more than a coffee pot as we could make tea, coffee, and soup very easily. There is a Netto grocery store about a 10-15 minute walk from the hotel. The hotel is outside of downtown, but many things within a 15-30 minute walk. Breakfast was included and a typical European with fruit, cereal, eggs, meat, bread, and jam. Coffee and juice were also included. This hotel was one of the hotels that Reykjavik Excursions picked up directly from which we appreciated. We arranged for our COVID test to return to the USA and it was about a 25 minute walk from the hotel.
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Date of stay: December 2021Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Cherrypie007 wrote a review Oct 2021
North Lincolnshire28 contributions43 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
We wanted clean, budget accommodation as a base for our 4 night stay in Reykjavik. Hotel Cabin delivered it perfectly.

We arrived too late to explore. The very busy receptionist suggested Borgo 29 just 2 mins up the road. We would never have discovered it without her recommendation. We had the best dinner of the entire trip there (Hipster’s fish of the day, Ling, was amazing) with a great vibe. I’d definitely go back there again as there were lots of other lovely choices in this hidden gem of a food hall, catering for every taste.

The rooms were compact, clean, warm and everything we could want…except a view. A couple of days later I asked if there was any chance of upgrading to one with a view. I was expecting to pay extra, if there was even one available as it was a very busy hotel. I was given a room that I was told was the same standard so there was no additional charge. It was double the size, with a fridge, dressing table, chair, another table, a massive TV and a fantastic view of Faxa Bay.

The same receptionist helped us hire a car, which we would have struggled to do at such short notice without her knowledge and guidance.

All the receptionists were really helpful, booking us cabs, answering questions. They were dealing with a constant flow of guests of all nationalities and nothing seemed too much trouble.

I gave them a box of Lava biscuits as a small token of my appreciation for their helpful service as I could see they were doing such a great job.

The housekeeping staff were all going about their tasks unobtrusively and pretty much ignored. They were all friendly and smiley and should be acknowledged too for the great job they are also doing.

There was a bit of noise from the corridors when excited young travellers were settling in and visiting one another, though as soon as their room doors shut it was silent. The sound-proofing is fantastic.

Breakfast was ample. Lots of cold meat, cheese, hard-boiled eggs, peppers and oranges. Plenty of choices of bread which could be toasted, cereal, yoghurt and strawberry compote, porridge (looked a bit watery to my greedy eye) and unlimited tea, coffee, juices. Loads of room, very attentive staff keeping it clean and well stocked.

It’s a 20 minute walk to the centre along the fabulous Saebraut coast road or 10 minute walk to the iconic Laugurdaslaug(?) swimming pool. Definitely worth a visit.

It’s a great base if you want to get out and explore all Reykjavik has to offer. Clean, quiet, comfortable, helpful. If you want luxury, why are you still reading?
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Date of stay: October 2021Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Lorna S wrote a review Mar 2020
Woodford UK15 contributions12 helpful votes
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Took my daughter to Iceland for her birthday on 25th February, and booked a two night stay through Super Escapes to Hotel Cabin. So happy we didn’t stay longer at this awful hotel. The staff were ok but totally clueless as to how to get around the city, which buses to take and from where, the breakfast was incredibly awful (bearing in mind that we had phoned in advance to ask if they could cater for vegan & gluten free...and they had said that they could!) - lwe ended up with a slice of bread, a slice of cucumber and a spoonful of jam! (Pictures on request!) the coffee was like hot water the cornflakes were like bits of blotting paper, and the only good thing was the drinking water! .
The room was so tiny that there was hardly enough space for us, and we’re only two 5’1” people! There was no room for any baggage and only a few hangers for clothes in an alcove.... The so-called “bath towels” hardly were more than hand towel size, and there was only a tiny bar of soap as one of the ‘facilities’ instead of a shower gel. No hairdryer, no tea/coffee making things, no kettle, nothing. The tv was ok as you can get English channels, but the only other saving grace was the lovely comfy beds! The floor was freezing cold and there weren’t any bits of carpet or even a rug to save bare feet from turning a pale shade of blue... all in all, not a place to go for a pleasant and stress free break. Steer clear if you expect anything more than completely basic. This place should be a hostel, its certainly mid-named!
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Date of stay: February 2020Trip type: Travelled with family
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Response from Ída Smáradóttir Berg, General Manager at Hotel Cabin
Responded 4 Mar 2020
Dear Lorna, Firstly, we would like to thank you for leaving a review and for choosing us. We always strive to provide a great experience at Cabin. Therefore we are disappointed to hear that we did not meet your expectations on this occasion. We, of course, try our best to offer good service and quality for our guests'. We agree the standard rooms are small but they are fully equipped with everything you need and also include a free continental breakfast. We understand that some of our guests do prefer a more spacious room and if we were aware we could have offered you a possible upgrade to one of our superior rooms. We will be more than happy to assist you in the near future with a request for a hotel room. Please note that your comments will be shared with the Management and we will do our best to improve the quality of our products and services. We would like to mention that we have a hairdryer and a kettle available in all our superior rooms with a view. For guests' staying in standard rooms have the option of renting a hairdryer and or a kettle in reception for a small deposit. Again sorry that Hotel Cabin did not live up to your expectations but we hope that Iceland, in general, was extraordinary and we really would like to welcome you back. Sincerely, Hotel Cabin team
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robmp1984 wrote a review Mar 2020
Krakow, Poland19 contributions19 helpful votes
3.0 of 5 bubbles
This hotel is a cheap stay pleasant enough I upgraded to the superior room which was very nice had a raindrop shower which was amazing to wake you up in the morning.

The only downfall was the breakfast or lack of it for me its literally sliced meat egg sliced cheese some sliced fruit yogurt bread or porridge. Made do with what was there though.

The hotel itself is a bit out the way from the centre of everything but was a pleasant walk to centre especially down the sculpture and shore walk

Overall ideal if you want cheap lodgings and dont mind a walk
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Date of stay: March 2020Trip type: Travelled solo
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Response from Ída Smáradóttir Berg, Marketing at Hotel Cabin
Responded 17 Mar 2020
Dear robmp1984, Thank you for taking the time to share your thoughts on your recent stay at Hotel Cabin. Our guest's satisfaction is our main goal. We are pleased to learn that you liked your upgraded room :) Breakfast is always included in our prices and we try to offer a wide selection of choices for our guest. We are sorry if it did not meet your expectations. Regarding our location, it is about 20 minutes walk downtown but we also recommend a short walk in the other direction, only about 5 minutes to Laugardalur valley were you will find the largest outdoor swimming pool in Reykjavík, the botanic garden and the Reykjavík zoo and family park. Thank you once again for your feedback. We hope to welcome you back soon. Best regards, Hotel Cabin team
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Rachel S wrote a review Feb 2020
Murton, United Kingdom26 contributions37 helpful votes
2.0 of 5 bubbles
Visited this hotel 1 year ago and the experience will stay with me for all the wrong reasons. It is a very basic hotel with basic facilities. Rooms are extremely small with very small over bed lighting for when it’s dark. No where to put luggage in room due to rooms being small and it is even difficult to walk round the bed space due to room size.. I take it this is why it’s called ‘cabin’. Bathroom also on the very small size! Duvets provides are thin and room temperature was cold over night. Breakfast was also very average and not for someone who is a fussy eater like myself. Wouldn’t return or recommend. Location isn’t great as it is out of the town centre and a fair distance to walk.
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Date of stay: March 2019
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Response from Ída Smáradóttir Berg, General Manager at Hotel Cabin
Responded 24 Feb 2020
Dear H364UBrachels, Thank you for your review and for choosing Cabin. We are sorry to read that staying with us did not quite meet your expectations. You are right, our standard rooms are small or about 10 m2 and we are proud to be able to offer a budget stay in Reykjavík for a budget price. We would like to mention that you can store your luggage under the beds. For those, such as yourself, there is always an option to book a larger room and get more space. Breakfast is always included in our prices and we try to offer a wide selection of choices for our guest. Concerning our location, the hotel is very convenient to public transportation and the buzzing city centre is within easy reach; just a few minutes by car or bus and approximately a 20-minutes walk. We do hope that the trip to Iceland was delightful and that we will see you in Iceland again. Sincerely, Hotel Cabin team
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Bondwell Berrr wrote a review June 2021
antioch, United States3 contributions3 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Why pay a lot more for a fancy hotel?
Hotel Cabin review.
Spent a week in June 2021 at the Hotel Cabin in Reykjavík, Iceland.
I was in a seventh floor room with a great view of the harbor and mountains.
This is considered an economy hotel, and although small I found the room clean, modern and cleverly designed.
Quite enough space for two people.
A buffet breakfast was included in the room cost and while different than American expectations, it was quite good. The front desk staff are very helpful. Electrical outlets are pretty standard European that don't work with American plugs and are 240 volt. I got by with an inexpensive plug adapter and my devices' standard dual voltage chargers Hotel WiFi worked well except for a one-time 15 minute outage. Bed was comfortable and linens were Icelandic style. Room service was somewhat curtailed due to Covid restrictions.
The location is a 30 minute easy walk to downtown, and a variety of stores and attractions. Across the street is a gas station, convenience store and Subway sandwich shop Also near by is a bank for currency exchange as well as a knitted goods shop.
With reasonable expectations I would unreservedly recommend the Cabin Hotel. You can pay a lot more for a fancier hotel.
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Date of stay: June 2021Trip type: Travelled solo
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Answer from joedsy
Bangor, United Kingdom56 contributions5 helpful votes
Yes you can leave your luggage, we arrived at 11am and asked if we could check in early and they said yes, there is a room however if this is not an option
Answer from NearlyCats I
Bristol, United Kingdom28 contributions2 helpful votes
I don't believe they do family rooms. Rooms tend to be for a maximum of 2 people because they are tiny.
DawnLJones asked a question Jan 2024
Wrexham, United Kingdom273 contributions79 helpful votes
Hello. Can we upgrade when we arrive please. I have emailed numerous times but no response. Thank you
Answer from Jodi M
Eagan, Minnesota89 contributions11 helpful votes
We asked to upgrade when we got there and saw the rooms and got a very curt response that they were full. We’d emailed before going and although they responded, the answers were pretty equivocal—we were trying to see if we’d be able to check in early, and it wasn’t until we got there that we found out they could, for a fee and if a room was ready, but we’d already paid for an extra night so we could check in at 8 am.
leahc711 wrote a tip Apr 2024
Darlington, United Kingdom36 contributions2 helpful votes
3.0 of 5 bubbles
"The supermarket up the road is cheaper than the petrol station over the road."
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Susan S wrote a tip Apr 2024
8 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
"We checked rooms first then upgraded "
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Freddie H wrote a tip Apr 2024
3 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
"The rooms I would suggest if you want to have more space in your room, is to go for one of the rooms on the 6th floor as the rooms on the 4th floor can be pretty small."
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Amy wrote a tip Mar 2024
4 contributions1 helpful vote
4.0 of 5 bubbles
"Worth upgrading to a superior if you want extra space"
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Kim W wrote a tip Mar 2024
57 contributions6 helpful votes
3.0 of 5 bubbles
"Pay to use the outside hit swimming pool up the road"
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AU$186 - AU$258 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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IcelandCapital RegionReykjavik
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257
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Frequently Asked Questions about Hotel Cabin
Which popular attractions are close to Hotel Cabin?
Nearby attractions include SES design - Ísland (0.3 km) and The Nordic Academy (0.2 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Hotel Cabin?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge.
What food & drink options are available at Hotel Cabin?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Hotel Cabin?
Yes, free parking and street parking are available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Hotel Cabin?
Conveniently located restaurants include Fylgifiskar, Borg29, and Blackbox Pizzeria.
Are pets allowed at Hotel Cabin?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Hotel Cabin?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English and Icelandic.
Are there any historical sites close to Hotel Cabin?
Many travellers enjoy visiting The Einar Jonsson Sculpture Museum (Listasafn Einars Jonssonar) (1.7 km), The settlement exhibition (2.3 km), and Videy Island (2.7 km).
Does Hotel Cabin have any great views?
Yes, guests often enjoy the mountain view available here.
Is Hotel Cabin accessible?
Yes, it offers wheelchair access, reduced mobility rooms, and facilities for disabled guests. For specific enquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.
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