Stay was fine worth the money– Don't really feel like writing 50 words here for a $43 hotel – I would recommend and the only annoying part is that I have to write over 50 words to submit a review
I made a reservation at the Comfort Inn in Muncie Indiana about a month before my trip. When we got there I had a complication that meant I could not be there the first night. I called the Comfort Inn & told them about my problem. They reassured me that I didn't have a problem and that I could come ...
I first noticed that the carpets weren't the cleanest, then started noticing little things like an old toiletry left on the shower or watermarks in the sink counter on the floor in the room - evidence that someone else has been here. I know it's a hotel and is, therefore, public personal space, but ...
The room fit our needs, it was clean, the beds were made, and we received great service from the staff. However, the hotel is very noisy. We could hear doors slamming all the time. After 11:00pm, people were talking from the entrance doorways of their rooms into the hallways without respect to other ...
We arrived early to the hotel, and the first smell that hit me is "clean." The lobby was tidy, the carpet had been vacuumed and it smelled like Pinesol. The attendant at the desk allowed us to check in early and personally went to check our room before we entered to make sure everything was right. ...
My brother and I stayed at your hotel in Muncie Indiana, and could not have liked it more! The staff at the hotel were great. The rooms were very very clean and organized. The cleaning staff took care of our room every day like real professionals. We will come back to your hotel every time we come ...
Rooms not that clean and comfortable on this visit. One roomed smelled of smoke and had to change room. No bottled water available in hotel for 3 days. Breakfast rather lacking.
I like ved the hotel it had everything we were looking for and many nice shopping stores and restaurants close by
The hotel was very nice and clean. The lobby area was decorated for Christmas and was lovely. The continental breakfast was very good -even had omelets and a machine that makes pancakes. Delicious cinnamon rolls. The breakfast area was large and inviting with a fireplace. The bed was comfortable and clean. The toilet was noisy as I had read before on another review. The heater was kind of noisy, too, but I had a great sleep. I would definitely recommend this hotel.
Most of the staff was very friendly and professional. The vending machine was out of order on the 3rd floor. However, our overall stay good. Very clean, comfortable, close to lots of places and didn’t break the bank.
Visitors to Iceland are likely to see the spectacular natural wonders of the northlands (think northern lights and hot springs). Hotels around much of the island are rather basic, clean, light and open. Tourist hotels in Iceland sit near the major natural regions and cities. Most major cities have upscale hotels and accommodation is available to match just about any need. For the budget traveler, guest-houses and hostels are a good, friendly alternative to the Iceland hotels. Those truly on a tight budget may find that they prefer the camping experience, closer to the natural world and much cheaper.
With landscapes and views controlling all the areas in the island, the hidden energy of the geothermal currents seem to infect the people of the region as well. From the bohemian village of Seyoisfjorour in the eastern part of the island to the city of Reykjavik, vibrating on urban wavelengths in the west, the regions of Iceland are alight with energy. Reykjavik, the capital, is known for its artists: authors, poets, musicians. In Reykavik, stay in the highly recommended Borg Hotel in the heart of the city and within walking distance to all the restaurants and artists havens. In the north Husavik represents nature in all its glory: from fearless puffins on their high sea walls to spouting whales and, of course, those elusive Northern Lights. When staying in Husavik, the Foss hotel Husavik offers a clean and bright option just outside the city center, making it a fine location to serve as a base camp for a nature watching expedition. Part of that expedition should be a whale-watching trip on the water with one of the local tour companies, and a trip to the local Safnahusid (the Culture House) museum providing even more insight into the local connection with nature.
Those attending the Icelandic Fitness and Health Expo in Reykjavik find that the hotels in Iceland are clean and airy, and green and healthful. More alternative folks will enjoy the Icelandic Tattoo Convention held in the same city.
Dining in the cities in Iceland can be an international treat. In Reykjavik in particular everything from Indian to Asian cuisine is available, along with more traditional Scandinavian foods such as dried fish, smoked lamb and pungent cured fish as well as whale meat.
Guests at Iceland hotels in Reykjavik shouldn't miss the Laugardalslaug Geothermal Pool, the largest in Iceland, and with the best facilities. It's a local hot spot, maintained with no chemicals, and visitors should be prepared to wash thoroughly before jumping into the water.
Visitors should check out the Kolaportio Flea Market for second-hand items or a fish delicacy. Then they shouldn't miss the Handknitting Association of Iceland, where they can purchase handmade sweaters, or the materials to make them!
Guests at Iceland hotels have many golf courses to choose from, as the sport is extremely popular. For spectator sports, the National Laugardalsvollur Stadium is home to multiple football clubs.