Hotels in Dalvik

Hotels & Accommodation in Dalvik

Book a hotel in Dalvik, northern Iceland, and spend the night in a fishing village where time flows slowly. Find your place to stay in the fjords now

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Where is the best place to stay in Dalvik?

If you want to spend the night in absolute peace, we suggest a place outside of town, as the scenery outside of Dalvik is beautiful and serene. During winter, staying in the remote nature of Iceland is the best way to catch sight of the beautiful aurora borealis. Therefore, it's ideal to stay just outside of town with only a short drive from conveniences such as a gas station and supermarket.

What is the best hotel in Dalvik?

The best hotel in Dalvik is appropriately named Hotel Dalvik which has a rating of 4 stars from 71 reviews. It's located at the entrance of town, next to the public swimming pool and local café. It has a range of 6 room types, from a Standard Double to a Bungalow which is located separately from the main hotel building for extra privacy.

How far is it to travel from Akureyri to Dalvik?

Akureyri and Dalvik are both located in the Eyjafjordur fjord. Akureyri is the biggest town in northern Iceland and the biggest settlement outside the Capital Region. The distance between the towns is 28 miles (45 kilometers), and it is best to travel the distance by car or bus. Even in bad weather, the journey will not take more than an hour.

What popular attractions are close to hotels in Dalvik?

Near Dalvik is the Trollaskagi peninsula, where you will find many charming towns in beautiful locations that, together with the surrounding landscape, form the region's greatest attraction. From Dalvik, you can visit the island of Hrisey or the island of Grimsey, the only part of Iceland that is in the Arctic Circle. Horse riding tours are also available in the area, as well as whale watching tours by the harbor.

Can I go on a whale-watching tour if I book a room in a hotel in Dalvik?

North Iceland is known for being the best region in Iceland to go whale watching. Many of the trips offered in the region guarantee a 98% chance of sightings. Therefore, booking a hotel room in Dalvik puts you in an ideal position for going on a whale-watching tour to experience the giants of the sea up close.