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What is better than starting the day with a good breakfast. Some hotels, restaurants and cafés have specialised in the morning traffic because of an early start of tours in the region or an early landing of a flight.

Get a good start for the day and take a look at the options here below. 

Hjá Höllu
Hjá Höllu is a health food restaurant located at Gate C at Keflavik Airport and in the town Grindavík, only a few minutes away from the Blue Lagoon.  Hjá Höllu serves delicious, fresh, healthy food and beverages. We cook from the finest ingredients available with no unnecessary additives. In our Grindavík restaurant we serve fresh local fish, salads, sandwiches, vegetarian and vegan dishes, among other amazing dishes. We highly recommend you try our fresh cod,it's a true taste of Iceland!  We also have freshly-made bread, cakes, fresh juices, smoothies, yogurt, pesto, granola and power bars. Perfect to grab to go if you are heading on a road trip in our beautiful country.  We look forward to welcome you in our cosy restaurant.   Opening hours: Monday – Friday: 08:00 – 17:00 (kitchen closes at 15:00) Saturday: 11:00 – 17:00 (kitchen closes 16:30) Sunday: Closed  
Hotel Greystone
Hotel Grásteinn is a three star hotel that opened in July 2014, this family-owned hotel is located only 5 minutes’ drive from Keflavik International Airport, in a quiet street just off the main street of Reykjanesbaer. The hotel offers free parking and rooms with free WiFi access and a flat-screen TV. The hotel has both local TV and satellite TV. A seating area, work desk and wardrobe feature in all rooms at Hotel Grásteinn. Each room has a private bathroom with shower, hairdryer and free toiletries. Breakfast is served from 03:00-10:00 every morning also available if you are just passing by or arriving with early flights.  Guests can relax with a drink in the hotel bar. Other facilities include a terrace and a lounge area.   Viking World Museum is 3 km away. The Icelandic museum of Rock´n´Roll is 500 meters away. The Blue Lagoon is 20 km from the Grásteinn Hotel. Reykjavik city centre is a 40-minute drive away.  
Hotel Keflavik
Hotel Keflavik is a 4-star family owned hotel that offers a variety of warm and cozy rooms and suites, many newly renovated. Our main focus is comfortable accommodation with professional and friendly service that will make you feel right at home. We have 70 rooms of different types, ranging from Single, Double, Twin, Triple and Family Rooms in Standard and Deluxe categories as well as a selection of suites, ranging from one-bedroom Junior and Luxury Suites to two-bedroom Family Suites in both Deluxe and Luxury categories. The rooms all have new and comfortable beds, duvets and linens and are well appointed with mini-fridge, tv, telephone, safe, coffee maker and more. A stay in Hotel Keflavik includes access to our fitness center where you can make full use of the large selection of fitness equipment, spinning and step aerobic classes and a relaxing sauna and solarium. Be sure to visit our beautiful and newly renovated restaurant and bar for lunch and/or dinner. KEF is a first class restaurant serving a adventurous dishes, made with only the freshest ingredients from our local dealers so you can always be sure of the quality.  Enjoy a glass of hand picked wine, select from a wide variety of cocktails or taste Icelandic brewed draft beer from while receiving outstanding prompt and personal wait-staff service. Our room rates include VAT, complimentary taxi to KEF Airport on departure, wi-fi, access to gym and sauna, our renowned breakfast buffet (open from 5:00-9:00 am) and car parking for up to 3 weeks. We are only a 5 min. drive from KEF Airport, 15 min. from the Blue Lagoon and 40 min. from Reykjavík‘s City Center. We offer free parking in monitored parking spaces.
Núpan Deluxe
What a great place to call home! We are determined to help our guests to enjoy all that Iceland has to offer. Restaurants, pubs, health centers and swimming pools are all in walking distance. Stay with us and we will make you feel like family. Núpan Deluxe will help guide you in planning excursions and making sure you see the best of Iceland and its numerous sightseeing landmarks. We are open all year round and our rooms are available from 3pm to midnight. Our Deluxe Hotel is a non-smoking establishment in the center of Keflavik, an old town surrounded by beautiful wooden and ironclad houses. Located by the road leading straight to the airport only 5 minutes away. Our rooms range from small bedrooms with shared bathrooms to beautiful rooms with private bathrooms and cabinets to accommodate all kinds of requests. WI-FI access and hot tub passes are always complimentary. Singles Room with shared bathroom Double Room with private bathroom Triple Room with private bathroom Quadruple Room with private bathroom Affordable prices with no extra fees such as service or tax fees. Simple and fair rates.
Viking World
Vikingaheimar is the home of the Viking Ship Íslendingur (the Icelander). Built in 1996, Icelander is an exact replica of the famous Gokstadship, a remarkable archaeological find of an almost completely intact Viking ship, excavated in Norway in 1882. Captain Gunnar Marel Eggertsson was inspired to build a replica of this beautiful ship based on his own background as shipbuilder and sailor. He copied the original nail for nail. In the year 2000, with a grant from the Leifur Eiríksson Commission of Iceland, he sailed from Iceland to New York, a journey of 4200 nautical miles. His voyage brought world-wide attention to Leif Eiriksson's and Bjarni Herjólfsson's discovery of America, dated, according to the Icelandic sagas, to exactly 1000 A.D. Building Icelander was an extraordinary achievement;at 23 metres long, 5.25 meters wide and with a holding capacity of 80 tons (by modern standards), it took 2 years of effort.The sail is 130 square meters and the mast is 18 meters in length. Made from pine and oak, scholars believe this was the most common type of ship in use during the Viking Age. Vikingaheimar is also a home to the exhibition The North Atlantic Viking Saga, originally shown at the Smithsonian Institution during the summer of 2000. Launched in Washington D.C. by King Hakon of Norway, and with a State Dinner at the White House, it then traveling to 6 other cities throughout North America. This exhibition, like the sailing of Icelander, celebrated the millennium anniversary of the Viking discovery of North America, shedding light on the latest scholarly research into the Norse settlement and explorations of unknown lands.Gunnar Marel and his crew of 8 left Iceland on Icelandic Independence day, the 17th of June, with a send off from the Prime Minister of Iceland. When it finally arrived in New York on October 5th-where it was greeted by First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton and Mayor Rudolf Guiliani--the ship had made stops at 22 harbors. In addition to the festivities with kings, queens, presidents and mayors, when the ship arrived, visitors also streamed to see it while it was docked at each location, all told about 450,000 people came on board. These two fine projects, both celebrating Iceland's central role in the discovery of North America 1000 years ago by the Norse Vikings, have now found a permanent home in Vikinga Aldan (Viking Wave), the central building on the Vikingaheimar grounds. A spectacular modern building, it also offers beautiful views of the surrounding bay, Faxaflói. These two fine projects, both celebrating Iceland's central role in the discovery of North America 1000 years ago by the Norse Vikings, have now found a permanent home in Vikinga Aldan (Viking Wave), the central building on the Vikingaheimar grounds. A spectacular modern building, it also offers beautiful views of the surrounding bay, Faxaflói.
The Bridge
Our Restaurant, The Bridge, is open all days of the week where you can find a varied menu to suit everyone, both for those in a hurry and those who want to sit down and enjoy good food in a beautiful and cozy environment. The bar produces luxury cocktails and premium coffee dishes, as well as fine wines and cold taps.