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Kriunesi Vatnsenda, 203 Kópavogur, Iceland – Show map
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Golf Course (within 2 miles), Fishing, Canoeing, Hiking, Cycling, Mini Golf, Sauna, Hot Tub, Bicycle Rental
WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
Free private parking is available on site (reservation is not needed).
Airport Shuttle (surcharge), Tour Desk, Baggage Storage, Laundry, Fax/Photocopying
Non-smoking Rooms, Family Rooms, Heating, All Spaces Non-Smoking (public and private)
3:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Until 11:00 AM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
All children under 8 years stay free of charge when using existing beds.
One child under 2 years stays free of charge in a crib.
The maximum number of extra beds/cribs in a room is 1.
Pets are allowed on request. Charges may apply.
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This privately-run guest house in central Reykjavík is 100 metres from Hallgrímskirkja Church and 7 minutes’ walk from Laugavegur shopping street. It offers rooms with free Wi-Fi and a TV.
Score from 182 reviews Excellent
On Laugavegur shopping street in central Reykjavik, this hotel has modern rooms with a flat-screen TV and free Wi-Fi access. Hallgrimskirkja Church is a 5-minute walk away.
Score from 158 reviews Excellent
In central Reykjavík, these modern apartments are just a short walk from Hlemmur Bus Station and the main shopping street, Laugavegur. They offer free Wi-Fi and free private parking.
Score from 575 reviews Very good
This central Reykjavík guest house is just 400 metres from the main BSI Bus Terminal. It provides free Wi-Fi, along with a fully equipped, communal kitchen and washing machine with dryer.
Score from 76 reviews Exceptional
Staff Complementary breakfast Affordability
Loved the beds, hot tub (though it did cost 500 Kr to use) and baths. The staff were exceptionally helpfully, accommodating late booked meals, early breakfasts and a vegetarian wife. The location is within a bus ride of the town centre but out of town enough to enjoy a great view and relaxing surroundings.
Guests at Kriunes hotel can both enjoy the wonderful view of the lake and the fine decoration of the place. Moreover we highly recommend travelers to eat there and try the tasty icelandic food prepared by the owners.
Location, free parking, breakfast
Iceland is expensive
The location is a bit difficult to find, but the view and quietness are quite an asset. The staff is most friendly and very helpful. Food is very good, as far as it is provided (B&B). We felt very much at home and would return, given the opportunity. I can confirm the positive judgment of the other contributors. Any remarks were dealt with with utmost attention and friendliness. A constant effort to modernize and upkeep can be remarked.
daily cleaning of the rooms was a bit off-ish, although hygienically there was nothing to reproach at all. rooms in the old aisle are quite a bit different from those more modern ones in the newer parts.
Clean, comfortable room, friendly and helpful staff, very accommodating with late dinner requests. Beautiful lake side view with bunnies, horses and geese around in the back yard. Lovely breakfast.
Although they provide you with directions from the airport, it was difficult to find, sat nav. didn't recognise their location but at the end we found it with a little help from the locals.
The hotel had a relaxed and friendly atmosphere. The setting by the lake superb. The staff were very helpful and efficient and we would stay again.
Difficult to find without satnav or a good map
Clean room. Excellent staff. Front desk was so helpful with directions and the cook that made breakfast was friendly and engaging (even made me a fried egg which was something I was longing for).
This is not a modern Hotel (motel) and is showing its age. Even so it is well maintained and very clean. I would still recommend it to others.
Large windows facing lake excellent for bird watching from indoors.
The warm welcome and mostly friendly staff. The complementary coffee on arrival (after a long car journey) was greatly appreciated.
The noise late in the evening from a group of people who were clearly enjoying themselves. They were in an adjacent lounge which was close to our bedroom. The noise continued until well after midnight keeping us awake until they had left.
Lovely view from a really nice room. Good food.
If you are looking for a quiet place in the neighboorhood of Reykjavik (approx 15/20 mins by car), this is a perfect place to stay. The location at the lake is very nice. The owner is very helpful and you feel very welcome.We,ve just stayed two nights, but it was very nice!
Since the hotel is located at the outskirts, you need a car to get around and you don't have much restaurants around.
Nice and quiet location - some 15 minutes drive from Reykjavik centre and close to all major "highways". Good breakfast and easy parking. Our room looked out on the beautiful lake. Fortunately there were a lot of signs to Kriunes Hotel guiding you through the maze of streets. The hotel owners were very friendly and helpful.
Maybe the drain in our bathroom needs some maintenance as it smells bad some days.
Although a little out of town that made the experience better as away from hustle and bustle of city lights. Staff very accommodating and I would recommend having a meal there as has a family feel about the dining experience. I would also recommend a hot tub under the stars.
Slightly better transport links into the city. Taxis expensive!
Nice quite location with great views, not to far from Reykjavik, you will need hire car to get about..did see northern lights from hotel.found owners to be very accomadating&helpfull
Only a little moan,you could order food but there was no menu to choose from,all food was delicious......
hot tube and sauna
Lovely family run hotel, cosy rooms and beautiful surroundings
All - great service
Helpful staff, great facilities, much better value being just outside the city centre (about 10 min drive)
We rented a car so it was no problem, but it would be quite a trek to get to the nearest bus.
We were very happy with our stay at Kriunes. The location is perfect: close enough to go into Reykjavik any time, but far enough out that it was quiet, and we could easily hop on the highway without navigating through a lot of local streets. The staff were very friendly and accommodating of our schedule. We are looking forward to staying again when we visit Iceland next.
This is a wonderful small hotel outside of town, nice older decor with dark woodwork, comfortable furniture and some interesting Mexican touches. Our room was a little suite with a nice living room and a beautiful view out over the lake toward the distant mountains a pleasant contrast to all the very contemporary buildings in Reykjavik. They have some meeting rooms for small groups, very good breakfasts and will do a nice dinner if you request it. The location is away from the city lights, so if the the northern lights are dancing you will be able to see them from the hotel. Staff were all very accommodating and Bjorg was more than happy to give us a ride into town when he was going.
The location, great as it is in many ways, is also a problem unless you have a car because it is so far out of town and a distance from the bus routes. Only one tour company will pick up from this hotel because it is so remote. The owner's daughter does do private tours and that would be the best way to see the country, though a bit expensive. Also, there are no restaurants in the area, so you must either request dinner at the hotel or eat in town and take a taxi home, which is expensive.
The inn was located on a very quiet lake but still so close to Reykavik. Although there was no Aurora Activety the night we were there, it is the perfect place to view them.
The inn was a little difficult to find.
Our room was with the lake view which was very nice, had our own bathroom. Breakfast was nice with a variety of food to choose from. We took the 6 mile walk round the lake which was lovely. The owners were nice and helpful.
The drain in the bathroom smelt bad. The room was fairly unclean, needed dusting. Found a pair of spectacles near the side of the single bed. Although a nice hotel, the conference center was the focal point of the business. 2 conferences took place in our 3 day stay. Each of the 3 nights were cloudy... so no northern lights for us! :(
Personable service Evening meal available though hadn't pre-booked Nice lounge area
Local surroundings Could not change booking from family to double room though availability on arrival
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