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Fosshotel Husavik

Centre of whale watching excursions in Iceland

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Fosshotel Húsavik

Fosshotel Húsavík is a well equipped hotel in the heart of Húsavík, within walking distance from the harbour. Húsavík’s main attraction is the sensational whale watching tours. This is reflected in the design of the hotel, which has nautical details and a bar called Moby Dick. Guests can dine in the hotel’s restaurant, Terían, or at the bar. The hotel also offers a fine conference venue.

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Double Room

Húsavík is often called the Whale Watching Capital of Europe and the hotel is probably one of the world's only whale-themed hotels, with unique features and exhibitions displaying these marine mammals in the form of pictures, paintings, sculptures and a large whale stamp collection.

  • 41 standard rooms
  • 26 superior rooms with king-size beds
  • Ocean and whale themed decor
  • Restaurant and bar
  • Conference rooms
  • Free WiFi
  • Free parking
  • Open all year

Situated in the heart of Husavik town centre, the whale-themed Fosshotel Husavik offers free parking and guest rooms with satellite TV. The whale watching boats depart from Husavik Harbour, 1 km away.

All guest rooms at Fosshotel Husavik feature a seating area and a private bathroom with shower. Some rooms include marine and whaled-themed decor.

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Moby Dick Pub

Drinks can be enjoyed at Moby Dick Pub, which features sculptured whale stools, rocking chair and tables. The hotel also has an in-house restaurant.

The hotel has a 24-hour reception for guests’ convenience. Wi-Fi access is also available. The front desk can help with different excursions.

Lake Myvatn is a 45-minute drive away. The Dettifoss Falls are a 1-hour drive from the hotel.

Fosshótel Húsavík

Ketilsbraut 22

640 Húsavík

Phone (+354) 464 1220

E-mail husavik@fosshotel.is

fosshotel dalvik north iceland

Fosshotel Húsavik

fosshotel dalvik north iceland

Double Room

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Moby Dick Pub