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Sudurhlid 35D, 105 Reykjavík – Show map
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BBQ Facilities, Grounds, Terrace
Golf Course (within 2 miles), Pool Table, Hiking, Bicycle Rental
Food & Drink
Free! WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
Free! Free private parking is available on site (reservation is not needed).
Airport Shuttle, Car Rental, Airport Shuttle (surcharge), 24-Hour Front Desk, Currency Exchange, Tour Desk, Lockers, Laundry, Daily Housekeeping
Non-smoking Rooms, Family Rooms, Heating, All Spaces Non-Smoking (public and private)
Polish, Norwegian, Icelandic, French, English, German, Arabic
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7:00 AM - 12:00 PM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
Free! All children under 7 years stay free of charge when using existing beds.
Free! One child under 2 years stays free of charge in a crib.
One older child or adult is charged EUR 25 per person per night in an extra bed.
The maximum number of extra beds/cribs in a room is 1.
Additional fees are not calculated automatically in the total cost and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Pets are not allowed.
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This family-owned guesthouse in central Reykjavik is a quarter mile from the shopping Laugavegur Street.
Score from 425 reviews Very good
Offering free Wi-Fi and bicycle rentals, Bus Hostel is 700 metres from Perlan Dome and the Saga Museum, in Reykjavík. Facilities include a guest lounge, kitchen, bar and terrace with BBQ.
Score from 197 reviews Very good
Situated in central Reykjavik, this family-owned guest house offers free bicycle rental and rooms with free Wi-Fi access. Laugavegur shopping street is 5 minutes’ walk away.
Score from 216 reviews Very good
This guest house offers free Wi-Fi and parking, plus a communal lounge and terrace. Reykjavík Domestic Airport and BSÍ Bus Terminal are within 3 minutes’ drive.
Score from 118 reviews Good
There were not plug sockets in every beds.
Breakfast included. Wifi was fast. Staff was helpful when answering questions on where to eat and how to get into town centre from hotel.
Window in room not sealed very well and as such room was a bit cold.
The dormitory of 14 people was in the basement with just a little window: there wasn't air in the room!
Fantastic staff, really make you feel welcome. Nice clean rooms and good facilities. All the tour companies pick up and drop off at the hotel, so really easy to make activity arrangements
Bit far from the centre, about a 45 minute walk, although the Pearl is about halfway, where you can stop for a coffee. My room overlooked a busy road and was quite noisy.
Noisy as too close from a ĺarge road
the guy at the reception provide lots of good advice and help us with booking
the room is on the road side. quite noisy when sleeping
Was woken up in middle of night by other guests entering our room (they were given the spare key to our apartment apparently). Later one of the managers came in with one of these guests and he showed them to our spare room. I said this was not acceptable- my son and I would not share with strangers. They left and I went down to reception ( around 2 in the morning). The second manager at reception (older man) was quite rude and dismissive and demanded to know who had originally given me my room key (I could not remember who it was). I was quite shocked by the whole episode and upset and could not sleep after this intrusion and subsequent rudeness. I had to leave early the next morning for a long drive so ended up starting out very tired. The manager who let the other guests in apologised profusely and the next day the lovely young man on reception refunded that nights fees thankfully. I did not receive an apology from the older manager. I have never experienced such alarming inadequacy in hospitality before. Also no wifi in our apartment which was frustrating.
Staff were not helpful, hostel far away from the city center
Nice facilities. Three double rooms share the (very good) kitchen facilities and toilet/bath. The cleaning was impeccable. New towels every day (not really necessary). Ok breakfast. The chef may seem a little rough, but he's just making fun.
A little too far away from downtown Reykjavik, but very close (5 min walk) to Nautholsvik (geothermal bath with "beach" and hot pot).
The place was way too far out of town. The staff, while friendly enough, were not proactive in helping with transport directions. No computer for guests to use.
Good staff, good food, comfortable bedding, clean rooms, and a cool atmosphere.
Location is sort of far from downtown, shared washrooms, crowded breakfast.
All of the staff were friendly and very helpful, having the time and knowledge to suggest suitable and interesting tours. Their English was excellent. Plenty of parking.
The location - a long walk from Reykjavik centre (took 40 mins along some noisy roads)- not very near the bus route and right by a dual carriage way so there was a lot of road noise night and day. There was nowhere that was pleasant to sit outside. The hostel part - which is downstairs- was quite scruffy and seemed left to the visitors to clean up after themselves. It had no natural light so was gloomy. The beds were very uncomfortable with metal poles that could be felt through the mattresses. I wasn't sure how often the bed covers were changed.
Close to cemetery and nice trails to walk.
Far from places to eat other than their own restaurant. Air freshener smell in room unpleasant.
receptionist was very helpful! breakfast buffet
only one toilett and shower for 8-10rooms per level, wifi didnt work on level 2!
We were woken up in the middle of the night by other guests entering our room with another key. Management then entered and prepared to show this couple our spare room! When I got dressed and came down to reception to sort the mess out ( and to voice my outrage) the older "gentleman" was very rude and dismissive, implying that the mix up may have been my error (he demanded to know who had given me my key in the first place). Luckily the next morning the younger gentleman was much kinder and refunded the nights fees in apology.
- late check-in possible (and the guy was very friendly)
- First racist place I have ever stayed in six continents - The guy managing breakfast spoke as if I were a criminal after I had asked about breakfast and told him my room number (which did not include breakfast). He then proceeded to be unnecessarily offensive when I asked if I could order food rather than having the sad-looking 'breakfast' even though it was already past ten in the morning. This place should simply be shut down. - Distance from town (walkable but not too convenient, ok if you are with a car.)
The location of the inn is frustrating! The nearest shop is half a hour walk. The chef is a mean person!!! In fact, he is the meanest person I have ever met in Europe.
Easy to find, good price
Far from central Reykjavik
Friendly staff, excellent facilities and great location for the price. The communal kitchen and cooking facilities are a massive bonus compared to other hostels and allow you to relax a bit more even when on a budget.
- quite a distance to the city centre
I arrived into Reykjavik late at night and the reception was open. The bed was warm and comfortable and the hot water in the shower worked well. The next morning, the buffet-style breakfast was delicious and had a good variety.
The room smelled badly The service is quite poor and not pleasant
A quiet location. A large breakfast selection.
An hour's walk from the city centre but that is why it was quiet.
Cleanliness, quiet, help with booking tours.
Far from the city center.
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