Grímsborgir Luxury Apartments

Grímsborgir Luxury Apartments

Hotel Grímsborgir is a well known luxury hotel in Iceland and is located in the heart of the Golden Circle, surrounded by unique and scenic landscape. Hotel Grímsborgir offers the comfort of a luxurious hotel where guests can expect to receive high quality service and beautifully designed rooms and/or apartments.

Grímsnes Area

The area around Hotel Grímsborgir is beautiful and right next to the hotel is the largest freshwater river in Iceland, called Sog. That river has become a popular site for fishing Arctic char, salmon and trout. Being in the middle of the Golden Circle there are many locations and sites close to Hotel Grímsborgir that are worth exploring like:

– Thingvellir National Park,

– Gullfoss waterfall

– Geysir hot spring

– Friðheimar tomato farm

– Secret lagoon

Grímsborgir Rooms

Hotel Grímsborgir has 4 different options in terms of rooms and apartments. At Grímsborgir there are a total of 68 superior twin or double rooms, 7 junior suites, 5 studio apartments and 7 deluxe apartments for a total of 8 guests each. In each room there is a balcony or a terrace. All guests staying at Grímsborgir have access to a geothermal hot tub, private or shared.

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Location

Hotel Grímsborgir is only 70km east of Reykjavík and as mentioned above, at a perfect location when touring the Golden circle. The nearest town from Grímsborgir is Selfoss, around 15km away.

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Standard

Grimsborgir is a 4 star hotel.

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Restaurant

Hotel Grímsborgir offers a newly renowned restaurants at site. At the restaurant there is an a la carte menu featuring a blend of Icelandic and International dishes. There is a strong focus on using local fresh ingredients in each dish and guests can expect to enjoy live music at the Restaurant during their meal.

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