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Hotel Norðurland - Keahotels

Hotel Nordurland is a three star hotel with 41 rooms placed in the heart of Akureyri. Number of restaurants, shops and cafés are in a walking distance from the hotel. Hotel Nordurland has 41 bright and cozy rooms. All rooms have en suite bathrooms, hairdryer, coffe- and tea set, tv, radio and complimentary WiFi.

Hotel Nordurland is one of two hotels run by Keahotels placed in Akureyri.

Hotel Norðurland - Keahotels

Geislagata 7

GPS Points N65° 41' 2.673" W18° 5' 30.560"
Telephone

+354 462-2600

Fax

462-2601

Accommodation 41 Rooms / 71 Beds
Opening period All year
Service Open in the summer Member of SAF, The Icelandic Travel Association Smoking not allowed Place of interest Walking path Hotel / guesthouse Tourist information center Swimming pool Fishing permits Internet access Chair ski-lift Whale watching Ski walking area Snowcat trips Town center Golf course Art museum Library Health service Credit cards accepted Breakfast only
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