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The Hotel - Vik

Inspired by nature

The hotel is located in the village of Vik in Myrdalur Valley, a particularly lovely and tranquil village that is a joy to stroll around.The main building has 46 rooms decorated in a contemporary style and designed to reflect the natural surroundings, the beach and the cliff-side birdlife.

The views from the rooms are unique whether they face the cliffs or the sea and the Reynisdrangar Pillars. The older wing of Icelandair hotel Vik is the home to 32 small economy rooms.




Green Hotel 

The hotel is certified as a Green Hotel and operates according to the international environmental management standard ISO 14001. Our goal at Icelandair Hotels is to continually improve our environmental performance without compromising the outstanding level of service our guests have come to expect.

We pledge to:
Reduce waste and increase recycling
Choose nature-friendly products and services
Emphasize on using local products and Icelandic ingredients
Follow the current environmental legislation and aim to exceed it
Inform guests about our environmental policy and how they can help
Educate employees and service providers about environmental issues




Magical surroundings

On closer examination, the village has numerous hidden gems, as does the entire area which boasts of some of the most magnificent landscapes in Iceland. Here we are surrounded by glaciers, the sea, and extensive sands. The rough seas along the entire coast form a contrast with the Myrdalsjokull Glacier which towers over the region, magical in all its glory. The Myrdalur Valley is particularly fertile and renowned for its diverse birdlife. There are few places elsewhere in Iceland where you will find such a variety of vegetation and flowers.

The puffin, the bird with the colourful beak, draws in travelers, and no wonder for this is a rare and beautiful bird. Walking or driving up onto Mt. Reynisfjall will bring you up close to this unique bird. Taking a boat trip from Dyrholar, moreover, will allow you to see a variety of seabird species.