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To know the road ahead, ask those coming back

For our guests

You'll get all the basic room key and all the answers you need at our reception desk located on the second floor of the building. Reception is open 24/7.   

Cook your own meal or prepare snacks for the day in the guest kitchen or organise get-togethers in our bar & restaurant with full service from our chefs and waiters. 

Connect with the outside world through our free Wi-Fi and feel at home.


Services & Facilities

At KEX we offer free WiFi, in-room lockers, secure luggage storage and 24hrs access and security.

Not to mention the two guest kitchens, our meeting rooms, lounge area, the heated outdoor patio and a book exchange!

FLATUS, our brand new pop-up bar & restaurant with a pizza menu and a great selection of beers. Good atmosphere and events all week long. 

Right next to the reception you can meet up with KEXLAND's tour experts to make plans for your Iceland adventures. 


Baxtur: Freshly-baked mornings


Start the day right with a visit to the BAXTUR breakfast buffet in the restaurant dining area. 

Offering a simple selection of tasty products, hot drinks and juices for only 1.200 ISK, Breakfast is served every days from 7:30 to 10:00

The mornings at BAXTUR remind of the good old days when the building was still a biscuit factory.



Raxtur: Haircut in the vault


Formerly a vault, now a stronghold of style. The vintage RAXTUR salon is a good stop if you want to make a good impression for a night on the town. Need a haircut? A trim for your beard?


Take a seat in the old fashioned barber chair and let our barber freshen up that beard of yours. You might find him in the vault.


Text: Books, words, beers

Bibliophiles fall in love with TEXT. A bibliophile is someone who falls in love with texts. Bibliophiles love this text! 

A cosy corner of the bar/lounge area dedicated to our eccentric collection of reading materials that Vonnegut himself would approve of. We've got dog-eared biographies, weathered pages of poetry, guide books with loose spines, Icelandic Sagas and old issues of National Geographic. 

So grab a spot on the leather sofas in the Text area and quench your thirst.