Hotels in Grindavik, Iceland
Where to Stay in Grindavik, Iceland?
PLACES TO STAY:
- Guesthouse Grindavík: Located at walking distance from the harbour, this guesthouse offers the view of the magnificent mountains on one side, and the vast sea on the other. The guesthouse provides extra-long bed, air conditioning, a shared kitchen, a garden, terrace, and a lounge.
- Guesthouse Borg: This family-run guesthouse is perfect for small groups. They offer five double rooms, each room can easily accomodate a family of five, and two single rooms.
- Steinar Guesthouse: This B&B provides simple rooms with shared bathrooms. Along with that, they have a TV lounge, a guest kitchen, BBQ facilities and a laundry room. Between May to September, they even offer self-service breakfast.
- Mar Guesthouse: This guesthouse offers an excellent view of the sea, from every room. They provide free wi-fi and TV with many channels. Each room has a private bathroom with a set of free toiletries. There is also a garden and shared kitchen, along with a shared lounge, vending machine and free laundry.
- Geo Hótel Grindavík: This hotel offers its guests 24-hour reception and a restuarant. The rooms all come equipped with flat-screen TVs with satellite channels and private bathrooms with free toiletries and hairdryer.
- Northern Light Inn: This family-owned hotel has a modern decor with wood furnishings. They have a fireplace lounge and free wi-fi. The restaurant at the hotel serves authentic Scandinavian home-made cuisine, with a view of a moss covered lava field.
PLACES TO EAT
Since Grindavik is a fishing town, expect a lot of seafood in the local restaurants.
- Adal-braut: This is a rest stop that provides you a variety of food including grills, sweets, ice-cream and confectionery items.
- Papa's Pizza: This place is a must visit for all those going to Grindavik. Their fish and chips is considered the best in the town. They even serve delicious gourmet burgers and yummy pizzas.
- Blue Cafe: Overlooking the Blue Lagoon, this cafe offers some light food options to munch on.
- Lava Restaurant: This is a fine dining at the Blue Lagoon, with a natural lava wall. The food is made with authentic local ingredients and fresh fish. During the day, guests can take a break from their bathes in the spring, and have lunch in their bathrobes.
- Bryggjan: With the view of the harbourfront, this cute cafe offers light meals. With framed photos adorning the walls and lovely locals filling up the place, this place is surely a joy.
- Salthusid: This is a classic restaurant that serves the local delicacy, the saltfiskur or saltfish. Along with that, this restaurant serves a variety of other seafood like salmon and lobster, as well as chicken and lamb.
- Max’s Restaurant: This is a place to head to for some authentic Nordic cuisine. They serve fresh catch of the day, as well as fresh meat. Max's is also known for serving scrumptious home-made pastries.