Fosshotel - welcome to all of our 10 locations around Iceland.

We welcome you to join us for a tour around Iceland, celebrated for its spectacularlandscape and fascinating nature! All our hotels are located near many of the thesemost treasured natural attractions. Whether you visit during summer, winter, spring or fall, you’ll discover that all seasons offer their own rewards.

Our aim is to provide our guests with warm and welcoming service, a good night’s sleep and of course, a wonderful breakfast, all so you can have fond andlastingmemories of your visit to Iceland. Most of our hotels are open all year round,some seasonally. All Fosshotels are non-smoking and offer free WiFi.

We look forward to seeing you and hope you will enjoy exploring Iceland with us.

 

 

 

Volcanic eruption started yesterday morning North of Vatnajökull Glacier. The eruption is in ...See more

Information About The Eruption

01.09.2014

Volcanic eruption started yesterday morning North of Vatnajökull Glacier. The eruption is in the same area as the previous eruption that started three days ago. The eruption is in a remote, uninhabited area, and does not create danger to people or properties.

Here are the main resources online where you can follow the situation:

Source: Iceland.is

Eruption over

29.08.2014

Eruption over - all flight restrictions lifted. Civil Protection Phase downgraded from Emergency P...See more

Eruption over

29.08.2014

Eruption over - all flight restrictions lifted. Civil Protection Phase downgraded from Emergency Phase
The volcanic eruption that started North of Vatnajokull early this morning has been declared over. The eruption only lasted for about four hours. No damage was caused by the eruption or in its aftermath.

A volcanic eruption originating North of Vatnajökull Glacier was confirmed this morning at two minutes past midnight. A fissure, close to 1 km in length, opened up, emitting lava at a slow pace. Active flow of lava is believed to have stopped around 4 AM this morning. Very little lava was emitted from the eruption, and no discernable distribution of airborne ash was detected.

The Icelandic Meteorological Office has changed the volcanic activity alert status for aviation in Iceland from red to orange. The small eruption is not a threat to aviation and the published aviation warning area has been cancelled. A 3 nautical mile radius and 5,000 foot altitude immediate safety restricted flight area around the volcanic activity set by the Icelandic Transport Authority remains is effect.

The National Commissioner of the Icelandic Police has also decided to downgrade the emergency phase  back to alert phase. This decision is based on scientific evaluation of the situation.

Source: http://www.iceland.is/press-media/volcanic-eruption-in-iceland/

Information regarding possible volcanic activity in Iceland Earlier today, police authorities in...See more

Seismic Activity in Iceland

20.08.2014

Information regarding possible volcanic activity in Iceland

Earlier today, police authorities in Iceland decided to close and evacuate an area North of Vatnajökull Glacier following the seismic activity in Bárðarbunga. 

This decision is made for safety reasons. Scientists from the Icelandic Met Office have measured growing seismic activity in the volcano Bárðarbunga in Vatnajökull since August 16. This activity is an indication of ongoing magma movement and possibly an impending volcanic eruption. However, experience shows that seismic activity can be ongoing for a long time without an eruption going off, and at this time, there are no changes in measurement to indicate an increased danger of an eruption compared to previous days. 

This is first and foremost a precautionary action. The closed area is in the interior highlands of Iceland. It is unpopulated and in difficult terrain. Evacuation of the area on short notice in case of an sudden eruption would be very difficult, and as a result, it would be impossible to ensure the safety of travellers in the area. 

In accordance with procedure, the National Commissioner of the Icelandic Police has raised the Civil Protection level to Alert Phase. All roads leading into the area are now closed and the police authorities in Húsavík and Seyðisfjörður are evacuating the area North of Vatnajökull.

At present there is nothing to indicate possible disturbances to flight schedules as a result of this development, but as a precaution, the Bárðarbunga aviation colour code has been changed to orange, indicating that the “volcano is exhibiting heightened unrest with increased likelihood of eruption.“ No further action has been taken. 

The situation is being monitored closely and relevant authorities are on high alert. Any changes to the situation will be reported promptly. Daily updates will be posted on www.iceland.is for those who want to follow the development.

As posted on www.iceland.is, 19.08.2014

Fáskrúðsfjörður was once one of the main outposts of French fishermen o...See more

Frenchmen in Iceland - museum

23.06.2014

Fáskrúðsfjörður was once one of the main outposts of French fishermen on the coast of Iceland.

Fosshotel Eastfjords includes a museum devoted to the French fishermen and the French heritage of Fáskrúðsfjörður. The museum and exception is quite unique and we recommend a visit.

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  • Special offer in June Adventure in Dalvík - on sea and land. This offer includes: ...See more

  • Adventure - Fosshotel Dalvik

    Special offer in June

    Adventure in Dalvík - on sea and land.

    This offer includes:

    • Whale watching and grill of freshly caught fish once back in Dalvík (www.arcticseatours.is
    • One night’s stay at Fosshotel Dalvik
    • Three course dinner (at the local restaurant Við Höfnina)
    • Breakfast buffet at Fosshotel Dalvik

     

    Price for one person = 28.800 ISK.

    Price for two = 44.500 ISK. 

    For further information and bookings, contact Fosshotel Dalvik tel: +354 466 3395 or dalvik@fosshotel.is

     

    Price for one person = 28.800 ISK.

    Price for two = 44.500 ISK. 

    For further information and bookings, contact Fosshotel Dalvik tel: +354 466 3395 eða dalvik@fosshotel.is

  • Travel to Iceland this winter and enjoy great holiday discounts in all our Fosshotels all around I...See more

  • Holidays in Iceland

    Travel to Iceland this winter and enjoy great holiday discounts in all our Fosshotels all around Iceland.Take fun and relaxation to a new level. An easygoing day, an adventurous night searching for northern lights or a day tour to Gullfoss and Geysir.
    Book  in advance and save:
    • Stay 3 nights and get 30% discount
    • Stay 2 nights and get 20% discount
    • Stay 1 nights and get 15% discount

    The offer is valid for arrivals between 5th  of January - 30th April 2014.

    Free WI-FI, buffet breakfast and parking. Only valid for online bookings, conditions apply.


     Winter Specials in Reykjavik


     

    Fosshotel Baron

    Price from  70 €

           

     

    Fosshotel Lind

     Price from  64 €

     

  • Winter vacation in Iceland with northern lights hunting, skiing, snow scooters and dog sledding ...See more

  • Winter vacation in the paradise of North Iceland

    Winter vacation in Iceland with northern lights hunting, skiing, snow scooters and dog sledding

    The north part of Iceland is a winter paradise with great adventure at your door step. If you are looking for relaxation or day filled with adventure Dalvík is a destination for you.

    In the north of Iceland there are nine ski resorts and outdoor activity areas that are all great for winter tourism. The snow conditions are usually excellent.

    Winter Adventures in North Iceland near Fosshotel DalvikArctic heli skiing and snowboarding is a growing sport in the mountain surrounding Dalvík, in  the mountain Tröllaskaginn the conditions for mountain and heli skiing is as one of the best in the world. It is very poplar to drive around the mountain tops on a snowmobile.
    There are many other activity options during winter time, f.ex. like dog sledging, Cross Country skiing, downhill skiing, drive on snowmobile, hunting for the northern lights. The mountains in the north are filled with people hiking in the snow, or snowmobiling between the valleys. Horse back riding in winter is a great way to see Iceland, or even take trip with super jeeps and see amazing hidden secrets of the north.  

    The ski resort in Dalvík is ideal for the whole family and a true heaven for all skiing enthusiasts.

    Want to take advantage of great winter group offer in North Iceland?
     

  • Iceland Holidays Packages in Reykjavik 48 hours in Iceland is plenty of time to bath in the Blue...See more

  • Iceland Holidays

    Iceland Holidays Packages in Reykjavik

    48 hours in Iceland is plenty of time to bath in the Blue Lagoon , tour the Golden Circle and have 2 nights out in Reykjavik the capital of cool.

    Book your Package with Fosshotel

    • 2 nights stay in Double Room at Fosshotel Lind, central Reykjavik.
    • Scandinavian breakfast buffet
    • 3 course surprise dinner for 2 for 1 night.
    • Price from 99 per person

     

    Call us +354 562 3350, send us an email or Book Online  for instant confirmation.

     

     

     

  • Autumn is the season whose rainbow of different shades heralds nature at her most colourful. It is...See more

  • Autumn Discounts in Reykjavik

    Autumn is the season whose rainbow of different shades heralds nature at her most colourful. It is also the perfect time to get out-and-about a bit in Iceland without getting caught up in crowds of summer tourists or getting too cold either.

    While you won’t see the Midnight Sun, temperatures will be lower, and some areas will no longer be accessible, there’s still plenty of reason to explore Iceland in the fall. In September, the Northern Lights make their first appearance; in the beginning of the month you’ll still have some nice, sunny days

     

    Fosshotel Baron, central Reykjavik   

     

    Fosshotel Lind, Central Reykjavik                  

    Fosshotel Reykholt,  West Iceland    

     

    Fosshotel Husavik, North of Iceland    
                   
     

    Fosshotel Dalvik, North of Iceland

     

    Fosshotel  Nupar, South Iceland   

     

  • Explore the dancing  NORTHERN LIGHTS all around Iceland where the Winter Nights are magical. ...See more

  • Northern Lights and Winter Travel in Iceland

    Explore the dancing  NORTHERN LIGHTS all around Iceland where the Winter Nights are magical.

    In its winter coat, Iceland takes on a truly magical feel. If you want to experience a winter wonderland and an Arctic adventure, then this is for you. With our winter packages, you can indulge your wild side with exciting excursions like super jeep safaris or glacier hikes or just relax in a geothermal spa while waiting for your chance to be dazzled by the northern lights.

    The best months to experience the northern lights are October through April every year, with peak visibility from December through February. The northern lights are natural phenomena, we cannot guarantee sightings even if the tour is operated.

     


    Accommodation in Reykjavik


    Fosshotel Baron, Central Reykjavik      

     

    Price from  74 €

    • Centrally located
    • Free Parking
    • Breakfast Included
    • Bistro Bar & Restaurant
    • Tour Desk

    Fosshotel Lind, Central Reykjavik        

           

     

    Price from  64 €

    • Centrally located
    • Free Parking
    • Breakfast Included
    • In Site Restaurant
    • Conference Room


    Accommodation in the Iceland´s Countryside


    Fosshotel Nupar

    • Restaurant & Bar
    • Private Facilities
    • Wi-Fi Internet
    • Close to Skaftafell National Park

    Fosshotel Reykholt 

    • Restaurant & Bar
    • Private Facilities
    • Hot Pots
    • Close to Waterfalls, Snorrastofa and glacier.

    Fosshotel Husavik

    • Restaurant & Bar
    • Private Facilities
    • Oceand and Whale theme decor
    • Whale Watching tours
         
         

     

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