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Skuggi Hotel Reykjavík offers accommodations in Reykjavík only 459 feet from Laugavegur Shopping Street. Guests can enjoy the on-site bar or visit one of the many restaurants and bars within the area.... Awesome location, bed was super comfortable. The breakfast included is also a good selection to suit everyone. Close to the bus stop for getting to Airport.
Located a 1-minute walk from Reykjavik’s Laugavegur shopping street, these trendy apartments offer self-catering kitchen facilities and free WiFi. Restaurants, bars and cafés are just a few steps... A small safe appartment with friendly staff and excellent location ,our rooms were overlooking the terrace which we used for spending an evening
Reykjavik Residence combines hotel services with self-catering apartments that offer flat-screen TVs, free Wi-Fi and modern kitchen facilities. Everything was amazing. A little hiccup with the locks, but the reception people were superb at resolving it. Great location, very helpful staff.
Located on Laugavegur shopping street, ION City Hotel offers accommodations in Reykjavík, with a fitness center and restaurant. The Einar Jónsson Museum and Hallgrímskirkja Church are 1640 feet away. Comfy comfy bed. Very friendly and helpful front desk. Loved the couch nook. Heated towel rack
Sandhotel offers accommodations along Laugavegur shopping street in Reykjavík. The boutique hotel has a terrace and views of the city, and guests can enjoy a meal at the restaurant. Clean, quaint, very homey. The heated bathroom floors were a wonderful touch.
Located just a 2-minute walk from Laugavegur Shopping Street, Canopy by Hilton Reykjavik City Center in Reykjavík features a number of amenities including a fitness center and a bar. Location was very good for walking around town. Room was comfortable. Breakfast was very good. Staff was very helpful in giving us recommendations and getting us a taxi to the local Reykjavik airport in just minutes!
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This hotel is located about 5 minutes' walk from Harpa Concert Hall. Consulate Hotel Reykjavik, Curio Collection By Hilton in Reykjavík features a wellness spa and complimentary fitness center. Luxurious hotel with every amenity. The spa area was beautiful and relaxing.
Located on the 20th floor of a contemporary glass tower, these stylish penthouse suites are in central Reykjavik and feature panoramic views of the city or sea. Free WiFi is included. Front desk was amazing with great recommendations for dinner and breakfast. Best view in the city.
City Park Hotel offers accommodations in Reykjavík. Guests can enjoy the on-site bar. WiFi is free. Restaurant, shopping and museums are accessible within a 5-minute walk. The employees were very kind and breakfast was delicious!
Located only 1148 feet from restaurant and shopping along Laugavegur shopping street, this offers stylish rooms in central Reykjavik. Super clean hotel; efficient, friendly staff. Delicious breakfast.
This stylish 16-floor hotel provides great city and sea views. Offering a fitness center and restaurant, Fosshotel Reykjavík is 656 feet from Laugavegur shopping street. WiFi is free. Everything was perfect, room was spotless and super comfortable.
Set in the popular 101 harbor district of Reykjavik, Icelandair Hotel Reykjavik Marina offers free Wi-Fi access. All rooms include a flat-screen TV and either city or marina views. Great location being near the water and having many good restaurants within easy walking distance.
This eco-friendly hotel is next to Öskjuhlíd Hill’s quiet woods and 0.6 mi from Nauthólsvík geothermal beach. WiFi and gym access are free. Great location and friendly staff.
Hotel Odinsve is a quarter mile from Laekjartorg Square in central Reykjavik. It offers free Wi-Fi internet. All rooms have satellite TV, hardwood floors and a tea/coffee maker. The hotel is very central in Reykjavík, staff are great and room was very clean and worked well for...
Offering free parking and a spacious shared kitchen, Brim Hotel is set in the Reykjavík East district, 1312 feet from Laugavegur shopping street. The hotel is 0.9 mi from Hallgrímskirkja Church. The room was cozy and the staff at the front desk was very helpful.
This budget hotel is within 15 minutes’ walk of Reykjavik’s Kringlan Shopping Center and Perlan viewing dome. It offers free Wi-Fi and free private parking, plus bike and scooter rentals. The food was very Icelandic served as a buffet so you could eat as much or as little as you want.
Located just around the corner from Hlemmur Square, this hotel is located on Reykjavík’s main street, Laugavegur. Rooms are located on the 1st, 2nd and 4th floors. Great location. Great price. Great breakfast.
Located just 2297 feet to Laugardalslaug geothermal swimming pool, Hotel Cabin is in the Reykjavik East district. Fantastic in every way and incl breakfast amazing
This hotel is on Reykjavík’s main street, Laugavegur, 820 feet from the waterfront promenade. It offers an intimate setting and tastefully designed rooms. Parking is free. The guys at Hotel Phoenix were fabulous and extremely helpful in every way from helping with...
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. Huge rooms. Great location. Very helpful staff. Great beds.
CenterHotel Midgardur is located on Reykjavik's main shopping street Laugavegur, and features an on-site bar, restaurant and free WiFi. Hallgrímskirkja Church is 2625 feet away. Spacious, nice robby, kind and helpful staff, nice location
Set an 8-minute drive from central Reykjavik, this hotel offers free parking and brightly decorated rooms with a flat-screen TV and free Wi-Fi access. Kringlan Shopping Center is 0.6 mi away. fantastic breakfast, very nice rooms and very friendly hosts- perfect in every way
Found in central Reykjavík, this boutique hotel is set in a listed-building, designed by former state architect Gudjón Samúelsson in 1917. Exceptionally friendly and helpful staff, lovely hotel and excellent location.
The elegant Art Deco-style Hotel Borg by Keahotels enjoys a central location in Reykjavik, overlooking the historic Asuturvollur Square. Very helpful staff on reception which included assistance in booking a trip.
This hotel is set on one of Reykjavik’s oldest streets, Adalstraeti, 650 ft from Reykjavik Art Museum. Clean, easy to navigate, dining room and bar easy to find and pleasant, friendly staff,...
This stylish and original hotel is just a 2-minute walk from Reykjavik’s main shopping street, Laugavegur. It offers free WiFi and rooms with a satellite TV and a tea/coffee maker. Very centrally located to all attractions wihin 10 mins walking distance.
On average, 3-star hotels in Reykjavík cost $141 per night, and 4-star hotels in Reykjavík are $195 per night. If you're looking for something really special, a 5-star hotel in Reykjavík can be found for $539 per night, on average (based on Booking.com prices).
On average, it costs $176 per night to book a 3-star hotel in Reykjavík for tonight. You'll pay around $271 if you choose to stay in a 4-star hotel tonight, while a 5-star hotel in Reykjavík will cost around $459, on average (based on Booking.com prices).
These hotels in Reykjavík are highly rated by couples: Tower Suites Reykjavík, Reykjavik Konsulat Hotel, Curio Collection By Hilton, and Kvosin Downtown Hotel.
Do NOT attempt to stay in the city center on Friday/Saturday nights if you think that you will get any sleep between 10PM and 4AM. It's one big and LOUD party with rooftop bars blasting the dance beats. Even the rooms in the luxury hotels are not immune and many of the older guests were very upset. Favorite foodie spots include RESTO, FISH MARKET and the bar at 101 Hotel.
Bring anything you like with you in your case, if you want to buy anything here it costs a fortune. The tours are great but expensive - really expensive. If you've got the cash to burn go enjoy yourself. You can buy beer at the duty free in the airport which is great for the hotel room, but for normal drinking just go in places when its happy hour, it brings the cost of a pint down to a much more reasonable £3.50 for 500 ml rather than £7!
It is a great little city. Very cosmopolitan, compact and accessible. There are several fourists offices that are staffed with capable and friendly folks. English is spoken by nearly all as it is compulsory in school. There are lots of activities both near and far. The countryside is fantastic. Be prepared for cold and wind. Not being dressed correctly could dimenish your fun. There are lots of great places to eat or have a drink. There is lots of history and art. The city seems filled with young folks having a good time not in an offensive way at all. Prices can be a bit of a surprise even coming from someplace like Paris. I recommend it (and all of Iceland) to all who like a mix of adventure and urban experiences. I enjoyed the Laundromat Cafe and the Paris Tea Room (?). The bar at the big new Hotel Foss on the east edge of downtown had some excellent hot dogs (a very popular menu item) and a nice selection of craft beers. An imperial stout I had there was extraordinary.
If you want to go to a warm place with sunshine and cheap food, don't go to Iceland. But if you want to experience some of the most uniquely spectacular landscapes on earth and a vibrant and interesting culture that is clearly distinct from its European connections, go to Iceland. Reykjavik is a beautiful city and has much to offer the adventurous traveler. Tips 1. Stay in the heart of downtown Reykjavik (ditch regular hotels and use an Apartment Hotel). 2. Rent a car only for the days you will be on a road trip (if at all). 3. Expect to pay 3 times as much as US prices for food. 4. People go clubbing at 1am and come back in the wee hours of the morning. 5. If you get up early and find that the cafes are not open yet, go to a hotel nearby and eat breakfast at their lounge (you can pay for it without having to stay there). 6. Don't bother trying the rotten shark (it's utterly disgusting and not as interesting as it sounds). 7. Don't eat whale meat (support the movement to stop whaling if you can).
We took a five day tour to see the Northern Lights, bucket list checked. Reykjavik is a beautiful, entertaining city that is small enough that you can get to know it in a week's vacation. Definitely go to the top of Hallgrimskirja on a clear day! Eat the lamb, it's delicious. Visit the pools at Laugardalslaug. You'll get better at pronouncing the names, but write down where you want to go so people can help you. Download the Appy Hour app to make going out more available. The best Happy Hour we found was right in our hotel, the IcelandAir Natura. It's a good idea to bring your own liquor to get started in the room,the natives do the same thing. The National Museum is a good, informative, entertaining day.
9.3 Awesome 198 reviews
Large flat right in the head of the city. On the best street for restaurants, bars and shopping. The flat itself is over 700 sq feet with washer and dryer, and the staff fills the fridge with food and snacks. It was comfortable and clean. There was lots of parking and the place is extremely affordable. I would highly recommend this place for anyone looking to stay in Reykjavík, I will be back to Iceland and will definitely stay at this flat again.
8.0 Very Good 2,825 reviews
The room is clean and nice. The receptionist staff were nice, especially the Egyptian lady (I think her name is Nivine). The hotel has a very good restaurant, probably one of the bests in Reykjavik. The hotel is a 20 min walk from downtown area, but it is a very convenient stop for tour bus pickups. Unlike most other hotels in Reykjavik, guests don’t have to wait at designated bus stop for pickups, under the rain and freezing weather.
9.4 Awesome 965 reviews
Great location in downtown Reykjavík! Accommodations were very clean and the inside of the building was modern and comfortable. Loved the room with the view of the Main Street - great people watching spot! I had originally booked a room at the 4th Floor Hotel and it was horrible so we left there and booked a room here an hour before we checked in with no issues!
8.2 Very Good 1,399 reviews
Location. Walking distance to all things in downtown/ old town Reykjavik...close to the Harbor. Great 24/7 mart nearby ( the WASA bread snacks were cheap and tasty)...also Emile and the Cool Kids Cafe around the corner had great cappuccinos! Pleasant staff...excellent parking ( if you have a rental car). Excellent price for Reykjavik...basic room.
7.3 Good 3,775 reviews
The staff told us about the free shuttle from Perlan to Harpa Concert hall and what a deal. Perlan is an amazing exhibit then you catch a free shuttle to downtown Reykjavík! The walk was nice and easy from the hotel to Perlan with sidewalks and paved walking paths. The staff was very helpful as this was our first trip to Iceland!
8.4 Very Good 2,017 reviews
Great location and breakfast! Really clean spacious rooms and staff were very friendly and helpful. Overall a great place to stay in the heart of Reykjavík. You can book all your tours at the hotel and transfers. It’s really close to bus stop one for all your meeting points for the trips, location really was 10/10.
8.2 Very Good 2,291 reviews
Very good customer service. We even got our rooms before que check in. The breakfasts included are perfect with very good eggs. The location is close to a bus stop going directly to the city center. However, if you want to go downtown it is almost 30 minutes by foot. Beds are comfortable and the hotel is modern.
7.2 Good 750 reviews
Everything - room was clean, comfortable and spacious, staff were very friendly, great location. Close to Hlemmur bus stop for guided tours, airport shuttle, etc. Elevator really handy for luggage if you go nuts souvenir shopping (you will). Stayed in 3 hotels in Reykjavik and this was definitely the best.
9.0 Awesome 2,147 reviews
The Hotel has a very good location, that you have to go a few meters and you are in the city of Reykjavík. You can also find a pick up point right in front of the hotel for excursions or airport transfers. The breakfast was the best you can find there and the rooms are comfortable and very clean.
8.2 Very Good 717 reviews
Excellent central location but decor a little dated and easy to confuse with the other centre hotels in Reykjavik. Use the Tradarkot multi-storey car parking which is very handy Breakfast tasty and traditional and room surprisingly quiet for city centre!
8.2 Very Good 1,146 reviews
The standard of the hotel was very good and the staff were extremely helpful. Nothing was too much trouble. The airport shuttle and excursions picked up/dropped off at the Grand Hotel. Reykjavik and Iceland is an amazing place to visit and experience.
8.1 Very Good 989 reviews
The best location if you want to stay in the center but still want some peace and quietness when you’re inside. Had a great big balcony with a very nice view over the cute colored houses of Reykjavik center. The studio was very nicely decorated!
9.2 Awesome 850 reviews
The b&b is in a beautifully updated historic home. The rooms were comfortable and beautiful, and felt very cozy. The location is right in downtown Reykjavík. Breakfast was simple (the standard fare for guesthouses in Iceland). A great stay!
8.1 Very Good 329 reviews
The cheapest private double room with a separate bathroom in Reykjavik. It was very quiet to stay and close to the one of biggest shopping mall. For tour, we chose the Hilton hotel to be a pickup location, which is 8 minutes away on foot.
7.2 Good 568 reviews
Good value for Reykjavik especially with breakfast included, although it was quite basic. A lot of tours/buses stop at the hotel which makes things easier.
9.2 Awesome 195 reviews
Lovely and coqette place to stay in the center of Reykjavik. Wonderful personal. A good reason to come again. I will recomand this hotel for others.
8.1 Very Good 179 reviews
On the main shopping street in 101 Reykjavik, close to cheap crosary shopping Bonus and great things in walking distans.
6.5 Review score 1,107 reviews
This hotel is in a Good location. It's very close to Reykjavik center. Good clean icelandic water to shower in.
8.4 Very Good 5,218 reviews
Cheap price accommodations in Iceland. Very convenient place as well. It located in the center of Reykjavik.
8.7 Excellent 1,945 reviews
Everything was perfect, room was spotless and super comfortable. Staff were incredibly kind and breakfast buffet was amazing. Location was better than we expected too, so close to the main shopping street and the bus stop right outside made pick ups for tours so easy.