Fosshotel Baron

   
 
 

Fosshotel Baron

Reykjavik Hotels

Fosshotel Baron

Fosshotel Baron, 3 Star Comfort Tourist Class, offers 121 rooms with shower/wc, TV and phone for tourists, families, long-term rentals and business travellers. The 21 economy rooms (16-18 m2) are nice and cosy, located under the roof with skylight windows. The 66 standard rooms (18-22m2), built in 2002, have wireless internet connection and a beautiful city or ocean view. For business travellers Fosshotel Baron offers 3 business-suites (bedroom & conference lounge). Additionally, the hotel includes 31 studios & apartments with 1 or 2 bedrooms, all equipped with cooking facilities. Breakfast room, elevator, internet corner, tour desk, car rental, laundry & parking are on site. The unique Korean BBQ-restaurant Galbi is open for dinner and very popular with incentive/business groups. The central location of Fosshotel Baron is superb, a few meters from Reykjavik's shopping street and next to the seashore, a short walk from Reykjavik's harbour. In addition, Fossh�tel Baron is family friendly and offers special features for families and children.

Location

Reykjavik and the surrounding towns have a population of some 180.000, around 60 % of the Icelandic nation. The Reykjanes peninsula hosts the international airport and many impressive natural wonders. One of the country's best salmon rivers, Ellisatir, runs right through Reykjavik and is yet unpolluted and clear. It offers anglers a rare opportunity to land a salmon just by a busy motorway. Other recreational options include midnight golfing, horse trekking and whale watching. In year 2000 Reykjavik held the title of European City of Culture, an acknowledgement of the vigorous cultural life, including its various festivals and a remarkable selection of artistic events. At the same time the capital has been called the hottest one in Europe because of its famed and dynamic nightlife. Reykjavik brilliantly combines the qualities and comforts of modern urbanity and the intimate connection to amazingly beautiful nature. The adjoining towns also offer attractions, such as the unique and very popular elf-spotting tours, an annual Viking feast, guided tours to places of historical interest or the largest shopping mall in Iceland.

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