Icelandair Hotel Fludir3.5 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
We stayed 1 night here while on an Insight tour - that was more than enough. This was our 3rd Icelandair Hotel while on this trip and definitely the least desirable. The reception area is very dark and the rooms don't get any better. We had room 120. There was an entrance area where they put a stool to put your suitcase on, I guess - the light was so dim that I couldn't unpack or look for things there. It gets marginally better inside the room. There is NO ceiling light a light is present on the wall in the center of the window area - not very bright... there is also a type of floor lamp on that side of the room that provided enough light to read by there. The other bed had only a reading lamp - about 15 watts. No room safe. No key card for security. You have a real key so you have to lock the door when you leave - it isn't automatic. No record of who's been in your room for security purposes. Wifi was free but my iPad wouldn't connect in the room. Bathroom has a door to the outside area - a bit unusual. Shower is very small with curtain only - no door. I would DEFINITELY NOT stay at this hotel if given a choice. Since it was a tour, we didn't have a choice. Food was ok.
Quiet and comfortable, after walking up those volcanos and glaciers. Clean, nice restaurants. Single story. The restaurant is noisy, due to the ceiling design. Serves beer and wine. Moat rooms also have a direct door to the outside. Enough outlets.
We stayed one night in this hotel. Everyone was very friendly. The food was good. It was very close to the secret lagoon which was a plus. The bathrooms were a little odd but certainly adequate. The breakfast the next morning was very nice.
My husband and I stayed here after a long, 30+ hours of travelling and we loved this place. It was just what we needed. The room was a good size with a comfortable bed and nice warm blankets. The bathroom had a rain shower with amazing body wash and shampoos ("these are the best" we're my husbands words). Breakfast was a continental style with a waffle making station and the coffee was great. The staff were very friendly and understanding - I had booked this hotel on trip advisor and accidentally clicked the wrong day; luckily there was still a room available and there was no problem switching my reservation. I would stay here again.
This hotel is in a really small place near the Hidden Lagoon, does have a petrol station and convenience shop opposite. The hotel staff were helpful and friendly. The food was good, enough of a selection in the evening. Not a huge selection at breakfast but ok. The room was large and spacious and really clean. We had a room overlooking the hot tubs, which were a bit strange, two hot tubs right on top of each other for 32 rooms to use to look at the Northern Lights from?! No where near big enough, I also found the water to only be Luke warm.
There aren't many options in Fludir, so we chose this one based on the name. It wasn't anything to write home about. The rooms were ok, but the bathrooms were definitely laid out strangely. There weren't a ton of outlets to charge your devices. The meals were ok, but definitely overpriced. We even were able to check in without showing any I'd, which we found to be odd. There's a ton of potential here, but would probably look elsewhere if we came back.
Not many choices in Flúðir, but we picked the Icelandair there based on its location according to our self-drive tour and because it seemed of reliable quality. However, it is actually of quite lower standard than the other Icelandair hotel we had stayed in (in Vik). The reception also serves as a bar, the rooms and bathrooms are quite basic, and the presence of a mop in the bathroom predicted water overflow (not a good thing!). Breakfast was also very basic, and dinner at the hotel restaurant (not many choices around) was ok....
We stayed in this lovely hotel on our way around the Iceland's Ring Road. Its location is perfect, close to all the attractions in the area. The hotel has been recently renovated and it is spotless. The rooms all have an exit to a garden where there are natural hot spring tubs available to enjoy. The dining experience was superb, with excellent food and great views.
We stayed at 3 Icelandair hotels while in Iceland last week and this was the worst. It wouldn't have to be that way but I chalk it up to poor management. To begin, the desk clerk was the most unfriendly and unhelpful of anyone we can into in this country where our normal experience was that people were genuinely helpful. This B.... acted as if it was an intrusion in her space to even check us in. Then, when we came down for dinner, she acted as if she didn't know where the dining room was (it was 10 feet away). The room was okay but weird that they put the big flat screen tv right in front of the mirror so you couldn't really use the mirror. And, the lighting in the room overall was so dim we used the flashlights on our phones to find something that dropped. On the plus side, they have a lovely garden area with two hot tubs. No pool. No spa. And dinner was pricey and meh, the most uninteresting we had during our entire stay. Would not recommend. However, the Secret Lagoon is about 5 minutes away and it is definitely worth a visit.
We very much enjoyed our stay in Fludir last month and had a lovely night at the Icelandair Hotel. I wanted something close to the Secret Lagoon and was very happy here. I am very particular about my bed after having back surgery and this hotel has very comfortable beds. I was jarred awake at 1:30am by the ringing phone which signaled the northern lights had made an appearance. I was very happy that there was a door from our bathroom right out into the central courtyard. We bundled up, went outside and watched the lights for about 1/2 an hour before our sleepy minds realized we could watch them right from our warm room so back inside we went. We plan to return to Iceland and we will stay at Icelandair hotels again.
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Free parking
- Onsite dining
- 24-hour front desk
Icelandair Hotel Fludir places you 13.5 mi (21.7 km) from Geysir Hot Springs and 21.7 mi (35 km) from Gullfoss Waterfall. This 32-room, 3.5-star hotel welcomes guests with a restaurant, free in-room WiFi, and free self parking. Skalholt Historical Site and Skalholt Cathedral are also within a 30-minute drive of this Fludir hotel.
Enjoy a leisurely bite to eat at the onsite restaurant, or have a drink at the bar/lounge. Start your day off with breakfast, available for a fee.
All 32 rooms feature desks. Guests can expect free WiFi and satellite TV. Rooms also include hair dryers.
Icelandair Hotel Fludir features free WiFi in public areas, conference space, and a computer station. If you drive, take advantage of free parking. The front desk is staffed 24 hours a day to help with luggage storage and securing valuables. Additional amenities include a garden and a TV in a common area.
Reviews from Trip Advisor
76% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 322 reviews