Cozy Apartment Hotel in Selfoss, Iceland.
Arctic Nature Hotel is a family owned apartment hotel in the heart of Selfoss. Our location makes Arctic Nature Hotel the perfect base for exploring all the unique natural attractions of Southern Iceland.
The hotel offers 30 spacious studio apartments, from 32 – 42 sqm, all equipped with a kitchenette and a bathroom. It’s easy to make yourself at home in the comfortable studio apartments at Arctic Nature Hotel, which all have a private entrance and are furnished to meet your every requirement. Every apartment has geothermal floor heating to keep you warm, even on the coldest days. The apartments also have light blocking curtains to help you get a good night’s sleep during the bright summer nights. And of course we offer free wifi so you can plan your travels and stay in touch with friends and family.
Our location is perfect for experiencing Iceland’s most magnificent natural phenomena, such as Gullfoss waterfall, Geysir hot springs and Þingvellir national park and UNESCO heritage site. Check out our “Location” tab for inspiration!
Last but not least, our friendly staff is always ready to assist you, so don’t hesitate to be in touch!
The best accommodation of our stay!We had a comfortable and very clean apartment with bathroom and kitchen. The manager is very friendly and attentive, we were able to chat with a real Icelandic who knows the area well and can help you if needed. Thank you very much for the little attention for Easter! We recommend this property 100%.
Amazing Location!Located in Selfoss, this property can serve as the perfect base for exploring the nature wonders of the region (Golden Circle, Thorsmörk, Landmannalaugar, Waterfalls along the south coast). The rooms are spacious and come with a small kitchen. Great value for your money. Friendly and helpful staff!
Fantastic mini apartment, great little town and friendly welcoming staff.
The little apartment was fabulous. We were on the first floor and a balcony runs round the whole building so nice to open the door and look out to the views. Very comfy beds, a kitchen with fridge cooker and all utensils you would need. Extremely cosy and warm. Nice sofa and coffee table, plenty room to store clothes and all the holiday bits n bobs. The bathroom was spacious and spotlessly clean. Plenty of places to eat nearby from 2 min walk to 10min walk. Ideally located for doing the Golden Circle and the town itself is quite pretty. Good shops, low cost supermarkets with all you would need. A fuel station 5 mins away for topping up fuel. The staff were extremely friendly check in was perfect and they offered assistance should we need anything. For the money an excellent find!! Nothing could have been better, it was excellent!!
Best hotel of our 14-day holiday in Iceland!Spacious, beautiful room with sitting area, kitchen corner with sufficient kitchen equipment, private bathroom. Good beds. Hygiene tip-top. Due to circumstances we arrived very late at the hotel. The friendly manager kept waiting for us and even gave us something small (skyr and apple) to get something for breakfast.
Excellent!The rooms are spacious and really well set out. Beautifully quiet. The team at Arctic Nature are amazing. Such a lovely family atmosphere and so helpful. I feel as though I have made new friends here and would recommend staying here to anyone. I will certainly be back!
Perfect stay at a very nice hotel in a great location
We were very satisfied with Arctic Nature Hotel. Very friendly staff, comfortable beds, great curtains (we stayed in June but with the curtains closed, we did not notice that it did not get dark outside), fine kitchen with everything you need. A very comfortable, cozy stay. Also a perfect location, with supermarkets and cafés nearby, Kerid and Reykjadalur both just 15-20 minutes away by car, and the Golden Circle in less than an hour. We stayed at a hotel in Reykjavik for two nights first, but I would actually recommend to stay at Arctic Nature Hotel and just do a daytrip to Reykjavik, because the accommodation and price is a lot better than what you can get in Reykjavik, and Reykjavik doesn't really need more than one day to see everything.