Icelandair Hotels

Icelandair Hotels

Provide hospitality services through a cohesive mix of international and local brands. The Icelandair Hotels brand fuses traditional hotel hospitality with innovative services to keep up with the trends and requirements of the modern traveller‘s lifestyle.

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Portfolio of brands
The family of Icelandair Hotels cater to tourists, locals, business travellers and luxury seekers alike. An extensive portfolio of six hotel brands are set in the capital and across Iceland.

The common denominator is outstanding service, a central reservation and sales department, and high standard of social and environmental responsibility.

Quality hotels in key locations
The Icelandair Hotels chain itself is a brand of eight hotels, each unique in character and located both in central Reykjavik and in key locations around the country. The Hotel Edda are summer hotels, a comfortable base camp on your adventures around Iceland.

In a historical residence down by the vibrant Reykjavik Old Harbour, the Reykjavík Marina Residence boasts seven exclusive suites offering bespoke service and amenities.

Through fruitful franchising cooperation with Hilton International, the standard is set for competitors with Hilton Reykjavik Nordica and the world's first Canopy hotel, a new lifestyle brand by Hilton. Canopy Reykjavík|City Centre opened its doors in July 2016 with artistic flair in downtown Reykjavik, in a neighbourhood rich with history, colour and life.

Exciting projects in progress
Icelandair Hotels are about to bring Curio - a Collection by Hilton - to Reykjavik with two new high-end city centre hotels. Reykjavik Consulate Hotel will open in 2017 with 50 rooms and the following year Iceland Parliament Hotel will open 160 rooms.

In addition, work is in progress on developing a hotel at Lake Myvatn in northern Iceland. The plan is to open a hotel with about 50 rooms within two years. The hotel is a part of Icelandair Hotel's aim to strengthen winter tourism in Iceland and to build up tourism infrastructure around the country.



Magnea Thórey Hjálmarsdóttir is the Managing Director of Icelandair Hotels.