Hótel Vestmannaeyjar

Hótel Vestmannaeyjar allows guests to explore the island’s breathtaking scenery while providing comfortable and relaxing accommodation in South Coast of Iceland.

The hotel provides direct access to the fantastic hiking and bird watching of the island, and also offers exciting activities and tours to help guests get the most out of their stay.  

The hotel offers flexible room arrangements to suit all guests, from family rooms to suites. Rooms (all ensuite) are with TV and Wi-Fi.

Our Rooms

Double Room

Hotel Vestmannaeyjar has thirty 22 m² comfortable standard rooms with ensuite bathrooms. The rooms are handicap accessible. Each room is beautifully decorated Breakfast buffet is included. All our rooms are non-smoking. The price of the room includes the SPA access.

Single Room

Hotel Vestmannaeyjar has twelve 15 m² comfortable standard rooms with ensuite bathrooms. Breakfast buffet is included. All our rooms are non-smoking. The price of the room includes the SPA access.

Deluxe Double Room

Hotel Vestmannaeyjar has one Deluxe room. The room is 30 m2 and it is beautifully decorated. There is a nice view from the room to the mountains Helgafell and Eldfell.  Breakfast buffet is included. The price of the room includes the SPA access.

Spa

The SPA, a wellness center at Hotel Vestmannaeyjar offers two hot tubs and a sauna. The area also has showers and a cozy relaxation area. The wellness center is available for guests staying at the hotel. A perfect place to wind down and relax those muscles after a long day of sightseeing. A body massage is available upon request in the wellness area.

Visit https://www.facebook.com/heilsueyjanspa/ or call us at +354 481 1513 for more information.

Puffin

The puffin can be found in the North Atlantic, he breeds in Iceland, Greenland, Newfoundland, Norway, along the coast of Maine in the US, in Ireland and United Kingdom in the east. It is believed that the total population of the puffin is around 14 million and the largest puffin colony can be found in Vestmannaeyjar, Westman Islands in Iceland.

Eldheimar – Volcano Museum

The eruption in Vestmannaeyjar started in the early hours of January 23rd, 1973. News of the eruption, that permanently would change the island, traveled fast around the world and when it finally finished, reporters, tourist and scientists from all over the world flocked to Heimaey to see with their own eyes how powerful nature can be. Lava and ash covered 2,5 km2, about 20%, of the island, and a new volcano, Eldfell, had risen 220m tall and Heimaey was now 2 km2 bigger than before.

Now 40 years later Eldheimar open, a museum of remembrance, giving visitors the chance to go back in time and learn about this dramatic event.