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A basic, sterile hotel near an area of extreme natural beauty. The rude manager annoyed us whilst checking in, so we decided to stay on one of the nearby campsites instead. It was very beautiful at Landmannalaugar (pictured): never been happier with a decision. Avoid...More
Booked sleeping bag accommodation so I was neither needing nor expecting much. I got a room with an unmade bed in it and it met my needs. Dinner was excellent and the restaurant staff was fantastic. I had a garlic burger and possibly the best...More
Ok, if we had paid $130/night or MAYBE even $230, I might be willing to give the Hotel Highland a 3 star review -- after all, the apartment was clean, very basic and tolerable. But for a family of 4, we were charged $430/night for...More
We stayed in the Highland Hotel which is 1KM up the road from the Hrauneyar Highland Center. It is owned by the same people as the Hrauneyar highland center but supposed to be the quieter, slightly more comfortable option. Our apartment was very spacious: it...More
The Fjallabak National Park was the highlight of our visit to south Iceland. If you enjoy beautiful landscapes it is sensational. If you don't want to camp at Landmannalaugur then the Highland Center is conveniently located about an hour's scenic drive away (note you need...More
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Assuming that you are travelling from the South, you do not need a 4-wheel drive to get to the Highland Center. However, it is highly advisable, if you continue to the Vatnajökull National Park. We saw a few... More
Assuming that you are travelling from the South, you do not need a 4-wheel drive to get to the Highland Center. However, it is highly advisable, if you continue to the Vatnajökull National Park. We saw a few 2-wheel drive cars on the road.
Although the weather conditions change, at the end of the road into the park, we had to ford a river; that would have been impossible with a 2-wheel drive car.