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Hotel Edda Storutjarnir

Wherever you'll be in Iceland this summer, there is always a Hotel Edda nearby, ready to serve either as a pit-stop or a comfortable base on your adventure of discovering Iceland's natural wonders.

You can rest easy that your nearby Hotel Edda can offer you everything from en suite rooms to sleeping bag accommodation and a great breakfast.

Let us assist you in planning a trip around the country.

At Hotel Edda in Stórutjarnir there are:

41 rooms
Sleeping bag accommodation available
On-site restaurant with scenic views
Outdoor pool and hot tub
Childrens play area
Meeting rooms

Visit www.hoteledda.is for hotel opening dates.

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Hotel Edda Storutjarnir

Stórutjarnir/Ljósavatnssk.

GPS Points N65° 42' 45.848" W17° 43' 49.920"
Telephone

+354 444-4890

Fax

444-4001

Accommodation 41 Rooms / 77 Beds / 20 Sleeping bags
Opening period 07/06 - 18/08

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