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2 adults flight and hotel a cheap deal if possible please in the next few months please Read More
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5m, 1w agoPosted 5 months, 1 week ago
2 adults flight and hotel a cheap deal if possible please in the next few months please
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banned#1
Just get a taxi mate, better yet if you spend £35 you can get free delivery X)
#2
What are your nearest airports and how long would you like to go for?
#3
Nice and vague...

What have you found so far so that others can see if they know of a better price? Detail is key.

Edited By: RossD89 on Jan 19, 2017 00:33
#4
MrGimmeThatHeat
Just get a taxi mate, better yet if you spend £35 you can get free delivery X)


first thing I thought when read title.
#5
We're going in March, flights with EasyJet have come to £111 each from Manchester return, and our hotel is £501 for five nights, but that's because we've chosen to go for an apartment as we're veggies so it'll give us more options for eating. If you aren't fussy you can get a nice rated hostel with private rooms for about £250 for the same length of time.

Just remember though it's your excursions that are expensive; altogether we've spent nearly £500 each on days out in advance, but we are doing a lot of stuff!

If you want to shoot me some dates and airports I don't mind having a look for you!
#6
i just got back from Iceland last week. I paid £90 each for flight by Easyjet from London. I booked Geo Hotel Grindavik for 4 nights for £449 which includes breakfast and it is a 5 minute drive to the blue lagoon. The hotel runs a free shuttle service which picks up/drops off to the airport and the blue lagoon.
The hotel helped me book my excursions with http://www.re.is and http://www.travice.is . But the excursions are very expensive. Like the golden circle tour cost £76 each, the highlights of Reykjanes cost £90 each and the northern lights tour cost £71 each (yes we did see them but just slightly as forecast was level 4).
Food in Iceland is really expensive, a portion of fish and chips costs approx £18-£25 and a 12 inch pizza approx £22. So its better to take lots of food and snacks from the UK (maybe from Iceland store)

Oh, I booked my hotel through expedia via topcashback and got £50 back which is payable now.

Hope that helps.

Edited By: d84rk_knight on Jan 19, 2017 08:32
#7
d84rk_knight
i just got back from Iceland last week. I paid £90 each for flight by Easyjet from London. I booked Geo Hotel Grindavik for 4 nights for £449 which includes breakfast and it is a 5 minute drive to the blue lagoon. The hotel runs a free shuttle service which picks up/drops off to the airport and the blue lagoon.
The hotel helped me book my excursions with http://www.re.is and http://www.travice.is . But the excursions are very expensive. Like the golden circle tour cost £76 each, the highlights of Reykjanes cost £90 each and the northern lights tour cost £71 each (yes we did see them but just slightly as forecast was level 4).
Food in Iceland is really expensive, a portion of fish and chips costs approx £18-£25 and a 12 inch pizza approx £22. So its better to take lots of food and snacks from the UK (maybe from Iceland store)
Oh, I booked my hotel through expedia via topcashback and got £50 back which is payable now.
Hope that helps.
Just a headsup i went last xmas for the northern lights etc and did those and other tours for at least half the price of the tours you quoted.As you say you let the hotel book those excursions for you.I reckon if you had booked those excursions yourself you would have got them at least half what you were quoted.If you want to do a bit of planning beforehand there are many different sites but i mainly use this one http://www.viator.com as a guide.If they offer something special i go with them or if not i just replicate what they offer.Sounds like you had an amazing time as did I.
#8
archer1204
d84rk_knight
i just got back from Iceland last week. I paid £90 each for flight by Easyjet from London. I booked Geo Hotel Grindavik for 4 nights for £449 which includes breakfast and it is a 5 minute drive to the blue lagoon. The hotel runs a free shuttle service which picks up/drops off to the airport and the blue lagoon.
The hotel helped me book my excursions with http://www.re.is and http://www.travice.is . But the excursions are very expensive. Like the golden circle tour cost £76 each, the highlights of Reykjanes cost £90 each and the northern lights tour cost £71 each (yes we did see them but just slightly as forecast was level 4).
Food in Iceland is really expensive, a portion of fish and chips costs approx £18-£25 and a 12 inch pizza approx £22. So its better to take lots of food and snacks from the UK (maybe from Iceland store)
Oh, I booked my hotel through expedia via topcashback and got £50 back which is payable now.
Hope that helps.
Just a headsup i went last xmas for the northern lights etc and did those and other tours for at least half the price of the tours you quoted.As you say you let the hotel book those excursions for you.I reckon if you had booked those excursions yourself you would have got them at least half what you were quoted.If you want to do a bit of planning beforehand there are many different sites but i mainly use this one http://www.viator.com as a guide.If they offer something special i go with them or if not i just replicate what they offer.Sounds like you had an amazing time as did I.
Thanks for the info. It was my first time I went so didnt know much to be honest. But when I checked the prices directly with the companies, they quoted the same price as what the hotel said. Yep, it was definitely an amazing and different experience.
#9
d84rk_knight
archer1204
d84rk_knight
i just got back from Iceland last week. I paid £90 each for flight by Easyjet from London. I booked Geo Hotel Grindavik for 4 nights for £449 which includes breakfast and it is a 5 minute drive to the blue lagoon. The hotel runs a free shuttle service which picks up/drops off to the airport and the blue lagoon.
The hotel helped me book my excursions with http://www.re.is and http://www.travice.is . But the excursions are very expensive. Like the golden circle tour cost £76 each, the highlights of Reykjanes cost £90 each and the northern lights tour cost £71 each (yes we did see them but just slightly as forecast was level 4).
Food in Iceland is really expensive, a portion of fish and chips costs approx £18-£25 and a 12 inch pizza approx £22. So its better to take lots of food and snacks from the UK (maybe from Iceland store)
Oh, I booked my hotel through expedia via topcashback and got £50 back which is payable now.
Hope that helps.
Just a headsup i went last xmas for the northern lights etc and did those and other tours for at least half the price of the tours you quoted.As you say you let the hotel book those excursions for you.I reckon if you had booked those excursions yourself you would have got them at least half what you were quoted.If you want to do a bit of planning beforehand there are many different sites but i mainly use this one http://www.viator.com as a guide.If they offer something special i go with them or if not i just replicate what they offer.Sounds like you had an amazing time as did I.
Thanks for the info. It was my first time I went so didnt know much to be honest. But when I checked the prices directly with the companies, they quoted the same price as what the hotel said. Yep, it was definitely an amazing and different experience.
No worries i think i did the same on my first trip away.If next time you do decide to use viator.com sign up as a member and during the month they offer discount tours etc and normally at the end of every month they give 10% off all tours booked on the following 2 days.
#10
archer1204
d84rk_knight
archer1204
d84rk_knight
i just got back from Iceland last week. I paid £90 each for flight by Easyjet from London. I booked Geo Hotel Grindavik for 4 nights for £449 which includes breakfast and it is a 5 minute drive to the blue lagoon. The hotel runs a free shuttle service which picks up/drops off to the airport and the blue lagoon.
The hotel helped me book my excursions with http://www.re.is and http://www.travice.is . But the excursions are very expensive. Like the golden circle tour cost £76 each, the highlights of Reykjanes cost £90 each and the northern lights tour cost £71 each (yes we did see them but just slightly as forecast was level 4).
Food in Iceland is really expensive, a portion of fish and chips costs approx £18-£25 and a 12 inch pizza approx £22. So its better to take lots of food and snacks from the UK (maybe from Iceland store)
Oh, I booked my hotel through expedia via topcashback and got £50 back which is payable now.
Hope that helps.
Just a headsup i went last xmas for the northern lights etc and did those and other tours for at least half the price of the tours you quoted.As you say you let the hotel book those excursions for you.I reckon if you had booked those excursions yourself you would have got them at least half what you were quoted.If you want to do a bit of planning beforehand there are many different sites but i mainly use this one http://www.viator.com as a guide.If they offer something special i go with them or if not i just replicate what they offer.Sounds like you had an amazing time as did I.
Thanks for the info. It was my first time I went so didnt know much to be honest. But when I checked the prices directly with the companies, they quoted the same price as what the hotel said. Yep, it was definitely an amazing and different experience.
No worries i think i did the same on my first trip away.If next time you do decide to use viator.com sign up as a member its free and during the month they offer discount tours etc and normally at the end of every month they give 10% off all tours booked on the following 2 days.
#11
axolotly
We're going in March, flights with EasyJet have come to £111 each from Manchester return, and our hotel is £501 for five nights, but that's because we've chosen to go for an apartment as we're veggies so it'll give us more options for eating. If you aren't fussy you can get a nice rated hostel with private rooms for about £250 for the same length of time.

Just remember though it's your excursions that are expensive; altogether we've spent nearly £500 each on days out in advance, but we are doing a lot of stuff!

If you want to shoot me some dates and airports I don't mind having a look for you!


quite difficult for veggies there... all u need is Skyr
#12
When you go you must at least visit here
http://blog.takeoffreisen.de/wp-content/uploads/2015/06/DSC_0026.jpg
Also if you go into a restaurant lookout for the meet us dont eat us whale stickers
http://d2mlnkprj9wd81.cloudfront.net/sites/default/files/default/Logo.MUDEU.Graphic01.jpg

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