This modern hotel is a 2-minute walk from the Church of Akureyri and an 11-minute walk from the Akureyri Botanical Garden.
The upscale, relaxed rooms come with free Wi-Fi, satellite TV, and minibars, plus tea and coffee making facilities. Upgraded quarters offer sitting areas, some with views of the fjord, while suites add balconies. Limited room service is available.
Freebies include breakfast and parking. There’s also a lounge with indoor and outdoor seating, and a laid-back, stylish restaurant with a bar.
The rooms at Hotel Kea are equipped with modern amenities such as flat-screen TV, free WiFi, telephone and a minibar. Furthermore, Hotel Kea has complimentary WiFi, coffee and tea set, en-suite bathroom with walk-in shower or bathtub, hairdryer, toiletries, RB beds, writing desk, iron and ironing board and parquet floor in every room.
Those who want more spacious rooms may choose Superior or Deluxe rooms as well as a top floor Suite with a view over Akureyri town central and the Eyjafjörður fjord.
- Hypo-allergenic bedding available
- Room service (limited hours)
- Blackout drapes/curtains
- Coffee/tea maker
- Daily housekeeping
- Private bathroom
- Free toiletries
- Hair dryer
- Shower only
- Satellite TV service
- Iron/ironing board (on request)
- Sofa bed
- Free WiFi
- Free wired Internet
- Down comforter
- Free cribs/infant beds
- Rollaway/extra beds (surcharge)
Breakfast is served daily from 7 AM to 10 AM.
Mulaberg Bistro & Bar
Mulaberg bistro & bar at Hotel Kea is situated at one of the most scenic corners in the town of Akureyri. At the restaurant our chefs mix together high-quality Icelandic ingredients under French, Italian and Danish influences resulting in a unique adventure for the taste buds.
At Mulaberg you can furthermore find one the most elegant bars in the north of Iceland, and only few can pride them self of such a quality selection of cocktails, wine, and beer.
On The Map: Akureyri is a city at the base of Eyjafjörður Fjord in northern Iceland. Nicknamed the Capital of North Iceland, Akureyri is an important port and fishing centre.
In summer flowering gardens belie the location, just a stone’s throw from the Arctic Circle. Lively winter festivals and some of Iceland’s best skiing provide plenty of off-peak (and off-piste) appeal. With its relaxed attitude and extensive food and accommodation choices, it’s the natural base for exploring Eyjafjörður and around, and it’s seeing a growing number of cruise ships calling by.