Siglufjordur, Troll Peninsula, Northern Iceland
At a Glance
A fantastic base for exploring the natural wonders of northern Iceland
Located in a traditional fishing village offering a glimpse at the authentic Iceland
Spacious rooms and comfortable lounge areas are the perfect places to relax after a day spent exploring
Unwind in the hotel's outdoor hot tub overlooking the picturesque marina
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Nordic climate - May, June and July are the driest months of the year. June to August is high season, and Iceland enjoys the midnight sun between late May and mid-July. From September through March, the night is dark enough to see the Aurora Borealis.
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Nestled on Iceland's northern coast in the fishing village of Siglufjordur, Siglo Hotel is a stylish and comfortable base for exploring this beautiful region. This charming hotel offers fantastic views and easy access to Iceland's incredible scenery.
Surrounded by the fjords and breathtaking landscape of northern Iceland, Siglo Hotel is perfectly placed for discovering this extraordinary part of the country. Located in a historic village, Siglufjordur, here the traditional brightly-coloured buildings and unique architecture of Iceland can still be found.
The rooms at Siglo Hotel offer a warm and welcoming retreat after a day exploring the Icelandic coast. In addition to the vistas of the marina and the mountains, each room's window seat offers a view of daily life unfolding in this bustling village. While the exterior of Siglo Hotel complements the traditional architecture of Siglufjordur, the interiors boast a contemporary Scandinavian décor and the two styles are seamlessly blended.
Siglo Hotel is home to a variety of restaurants, each with their own character and style. The on-site restaurant, Sunna, creates delectable Icelandic cuisine using seasonal produce and sourcing the freshest seafood from the marina just outside. A short walk along the picturesque waterfront, Hannes Boy serves signature Icelandic recipes and Kaffi Raudka offers a wide range of international and local dishes.
While Siglo Hotel provides a comfortable and stylish retreat, it's the hotel's location that is the real star of the show. Thanks to its beautiful setting, Siglo Hotel is a gateway to explore the north of Iceland, from its coastal fjords to the rugged countryside. Nature lovers can venture out across the water on a whale watching expedition, while budding riders can experience the unique gaits of the Icelandic horses.
The 68 rooms and suites at Siglo Hotel are spacious and comfortable, decorated in a contemporary Scandinavian style. Each room has a window seat where you can relax and watch the world pass by below or just enjoy the ocean and mountain views. All bathrooms have walk-in showers and the suites have private balconies overlooking the marina.
Classic Rooms measure between 23 - 25 sqm and offer views across the marina or the mountains.
Deluxe Rooms measure a spacious 29 sqm and offer additional amenities such as a Dolce Gusto coffee machine.
The Junior Suite offers an open-plan bedroom and living area, and also provides a private balcony overlooking the marina.
The Suites measure approximately 45 sqm and comprise a separate bedroom and living room. Suites have a private balcony overlooking the marina.
Children are more than welcome at Siglo Hotel. Family rooms are available, comprised of two interconnecting Classic Rooms and sleeping up to six guests.
Siglo Hotel boasts three restaurants, one of which is on-site. Sunna Restaurant serves up delicious Icelandic fare and the freshest seafood straight from the marina outside. Just along the waterfront are Hannes Boy and Kaffi Raudka, both of which offer traditional Icelandic dishes and fantastic home-made meals. Hannes Boy and Kaffi Raudka are only open during the summer months.
Thanks to its location surrounded by such natural beauty, Siglo Hotel makes for the perfect base to explore this area of northern Iceland. Guests looking for a little adventure can hike directly from the hotel, try Icelandic horse riding or go whale watching. For those looking to simply relax and discover the authentic Iceland, the charming village of Siglufjordur is lovely to explore thanks to its traditional coloured buildings.
Horse riding in Iceland
Known for their distinctive trot, Icelandic horses offer a unique horse riding experience. A completely pure breed, introduced to the island during the Viking settlement, these horses are perfect for both beginners and advanced riders alike.
Jet skiing in northern Iceland
Take to the water and explore the dramatic coastline of northern Iceland by jet ski on a small group tour. You'll have the opportunity to visit hidden coves which are inaccessible by road, while keeping your eyes peeled for whales swimming alongside you.
Private Myvatn tour
Lake Myvatn is one of Iceland's hidden gems, tucked away in the north east of the country. Thanks to regular volcanic eruptions, the lake boasts a truly unique landscape of mountains and craters, and is home to a wealth of birdlife.
The Diamond Circle
Discover the highlights of northern Iceland with your private guide as you explore the Diamond Circle, a spectacular route comprising canyons, waterfalls and incredible coastal scenery.
Whale and puffin zodiac tour
Speed across the water from Husavik, Iceland's most renowned whale watching spot. Keep your eyes peeled for a variety of marine life, including whales, before heading to Lundey island to admire the colonies of puffins.
Whale watching in Eyjafjordur
Eyjafjordur is Iceland's longest fjord, home to breathtaking scenery as well as resident whales and dolphins. Take to the water with your expert guide to try and spot these beautiful creatures swimming below.
Highlights of Iceland
Southern Iceland, Northern Iceland & Reykjavik
from £6500 pp inc flights & transfers for 6 nights
- Admire the other-worldly landscapes of remote Northern Iceland
- Explore the picturesque city of Reykjavik and discover its charming colourful buildings
- Marvel at some of Iceland's most iconic sights in the renowned Golden Circle
Location & directions
Siglufjordur, Troll Peninsula, Northern Iceland
Siglo Hotel is located in the fishing village of Siglufjordur, on Iceland's northern coast.
How to get there
Icelandair fly direct from Gatwick and Heathrow to Reykjavik, with a flight time of approximately three hours. Regular internal flights operate daily from the domestic airport of Reykjavik to Akureyri. From Akureyri Airport it is approximately a one-hour road transfer to Siglo Hotel.
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