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201 Hotel, hotel in Reykjavík

201 Hotel

Kópavogur

Featuring free parking, this hotel in Kopavogur offers self-service check-in for convenience and rooms with free WiFi. It is a 9-minute walk from Smáralind Shopping Center.

7.9
Good
6,875 reviews
Price from$157.67per night
Center Hotels Plaza, hotel in Reykjavík

Center Hotels Plaza

Reykjavik

Centrally located on Ingólfstorg Square in Reykjavik’s Old Town, Center Hotels Plaza offers a bright, cozy bar and a popular breakfast buffet.

8.2
Very Good
4,979 reviews
Price from$193.07per night
Reykjavik Residence Apartment Hotel, hotel in Reykjavík

Reykjavik Residence Apartment Hotel

Hotel in Reykjavík 101, Reykjavík

Reykjavik Residence combines hotel services with self-catering apartments that offer flat-screen TVs, free Wi-Fi and modern kitchen facilities.

9.3
Wonderful
3,257 reviews
Price from$204.77per night
ODDSSON Hotel, hotel in Reykjavík

ODDSSON Hotel

Hotel in Reykjavík East, Reykjavík

Located in Reykjavík, 0.9 mi from Laugardalur Family Park, ODDSSON Hotel offers modern rooms with a flat-screen TV with satellite channels and a private bathroom. Free WiFi is offered.

8.4
Very Good
4,758 reviews
Price from$219.54per night
R13 - A Townhouse Hotel, hotel in Reykjavík

R13 - A Townhouse Hotel

Hotel in Reykjavík East, Reykjavík

1.8 mi from Nauthólsvík Geothermal Beach, R13 - A Townhouse Hotel is located in Reykjavík and provides free WiFi, express check-in and check-out and a tour desk. Boasting family rooms.

8.0
Very Good
3,156 reviews
Price from$213.65per night
Hotel Von, hotel in Reykjavík

Hotel Von

Hotel in Reykjavík 101, Reykjavík

Hotel Von features a garden, shared lounge, a terrace and restaurant in Reykjavík. This 4-star hotel features free WiFi and a bar.

8.6
Excellent
1,535 reviews
Price from$184.50per night
Reykjavik Marina - Berjaya Iceland Hotels, hotel in Reykjavík

Reykjavik Marina - Berjaya Iceland Hotels

Reykjavik

Set in the popular 101 harbor district of Berjaya Reykjavik Marina Hotel offers free Wi-Fi access. All rooms include a flat-screen TV and either city or harbor views.

8.5
Very Good
2,214 reviews
Price from$198.35per night
Reykjavik Natura - Berjaya Iceland Hotels, hotel in Reykjavík

Reykjavik Natura - Berjaya Iceland Hotels

Reykjavik

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.

8.1
Very Good
2,442 reviews
Price from$156.27per night
Alda Hotel Reykjavík, hotel in Reykjavík

Alda Hotel Reykjavík

Hotel in Reykjavík 101, Reykjavík

Located on Laugavegur shopping street in central Reykjavik, this hotel offers modern rooms with a flat-screen TV and free WiFi access. Hallgrimskirkja Church is a 5-minute walk away.

8.8
Excellent
1,286 reviews
Price from$198.35per night
Center Hotels Laugavegur, hotel in Reykjavík

Center Hotels Laugavegur

Hotel in Reykjavík 101, Reykjavík

Located in Reykjavík and with Nauthólsvík Geothermal Beach reachable within 1.8 miles, Center Hotels Laugavegur has concierge services, non-smoking rooms, a restaurant, free WiFi throughout the...

8.6
Excellent
1,736 reviews
Price from$206.23per night
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Reykjavík's best hotels with breakfast

  • Grandi by Center Hotels
    Breakfast options

    Located in Reykjavík and with Solfar Sun Voyager reachable within 1.1 miles, Grandi by Center Hotels provides concierge services, non-smoking rooms, a restaurant, free WiFi throughout the property and...

    Hotel super nice , closed to the centre and the bus stop.

    8.5
    Very Good · 3,768 reviews
  • Center Hotels Laugavegur
    Breakfast options

    Located in Reykjavík and with Nauthólsvík Geothermal Beach reachable within 1.8 miles, Center Hotels Laugavegur has concierge services, non-smoking rooms, a restaurant, free WiFi throughout the...

    Close to the main action in town, comfortable hotel

    8.6
    Excellent · 1,736 reviews
  • ODDSSON Hotel
    Breakfast options

    Located in Reykjavík, 0.9 mi from Laugardalur Family Park, ODDSSON Hotel offers modern rooms with a flat-screen TV with satellite channels and a private bathroom. Free WiFi is offered.

    Everything! Exceeding all expectations. Fantastic staff

    8.4
    Very Good · 4,758 reviews
  • Exeter Hotel
    Breakfast options

    This contemporary design hotel is set in Reykjavík's Old Harbor area, 1640 feet from Harpa Concert Hall & Conference Center.

    Modern building, great facilities. Clean room with a distinctive scent.

    8.9
    Excellent · 3,500 reviews
  • 201 Hotel
    Breakfast options

    Featuring free parking, this hotel in Kopavogur offers self-service check-in for convenience and rooms with free WiFi. It is a 9-minute walk from Smáralind Shopping Center.

    Good value for money, breakfast included with on suite.

    7.9
    Good · 6,877 reviews
  • Hótel Múli
    Breakfast options

    Hótel Múli offers accommodations in Reykjavík. WiFi is free. Restaurant, shopping and museums are accessible within a 5-minute walk. Each room has a flat-screen TV.

    Clean et nice place, not so far from the city center

    8.3
    Very Good · 2,646 reviews
  • Skuggi Hotel by Keahotels
    Breakfast options

    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.

    Modern, stylish, location , staff , breakfast, bar

    8.7
    Excellent · 1,417 reviews
  • Storm Hotel by Keahotels
    Breakfast options

    Located only 1148 feet from restaurant and shopping along Laugavegur shopping street, this offers stylish rooms in central Reykjavik.

    Better breakfast options like scrambled eggs, bacon, sausages

    8.6
    Excellent · 1,033 reviews

Hotels located in the center of Reykjavík

  • Hotel Phoenix
    Central location

    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.

    Wonderfully thorough staff. Great property and value.

    9.3
    Wonderful · 195 reviews
  • Canopy by Hilton Reykjavik City Centre
    Central location

    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.

    Staff were consistently helpful, friendly and polite.

    8.9
    Excellent · 727 reviews
  • ION City Hotel, Reykjavik, a Member of Design Hotels
    Central location

    Located on Laugavegur shopping street, ION City Hotel, Reykjavik, a Member of Design Hotels offers accommodations in Reykjavík, with a fitness center and restaurant.

    It’s clean modern right in the centre of Reykjavik

    8.9
    Excellent · 192 reviews
  • Apótek Hotel Reykjavík by Keahotels
    Central location

    Found in central Reykjavík, this boutique hotel is set in a listed-building, designed by former state architect Gudjón Samúelsson in 1917.

    Central location, comfortable spacious & clean room

    8.8
    Excellent · 347 reviews
  • Sand Hotel by Keahotels
    Central location

    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.

    Amazing breakfast. Greatest location. Lovely hotel

    8.8
    Excellent · 731 reviews
  • Alda Hotel Reykjavík
    Central location

    Located on Laugavegur shopping street in central Reykjavik, this hotel offers modern rooms with a flat-screen TV and free WiFi access. Hallgrimskirkja Church is a 5-minute walk away.

    lovely view of church and balcony to keep drinks cold

    8.8
    Excellent · 1,286 reviews
  • Hotel Reykjavík Centrum
    Central location

    This hotel is set on one of Reykjavik’s oldest streets, Adalstraeti, 650 ft from Reykjavik Art Museum.

    Great location, clean, really cosy, nice breakfast

    8.7
    Excellent · 680 reviews
  • Hotel Local 101
    Central location

    Newly renovated during the spring of 2023, Hotel Local 101 is an independent hotel quietly tucked away in the heart of downtown Reykjavik, on a charming street made up of classical Icelandic homes.

    Great location, very central Friendly staff Spotless

    8.8
    Excellent · 1,461 reviews

FAQs about hotels in Reykjavík

About Reykjavík

Reykjavík, the capital city of Iceland, is a vibrant destination nestled in the North Atlantic. Known for its subpolar oceanic climate, the city experiences cool summers with average temperatures around 55°F and mild winters averaging 32°F.

The city offers a plethora of activities and attractions. Explore the iconic Hallgrímskirkja church, visit the National Museum of Iceland, or take a leisurely stroll around the Old Harbor. Reykjavík boasts an efficient public transportation system, making it easy to navigate the city.

Immerse yourself in the local culture by attending a traditional Icelandic music concert or sampling the regional cuisine. Try the national dish, hákarl, which is fermented shark, or enjoy a bowl of kjötsúpa, a hearty lamb soup. The city is surrounded by stunning natural landscapes, including the famous Golden Circle route and the Blue Lagoon geothermal spa.

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  • 15 points of interest
  • 5 neighborhoods
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What Guests Said About Reykjavík:

  • 10

    Fantastic city - so much to see.

    Fantastic city - so much to see. Loved strolling round the streets and admiring the artwork and quirky buildings. Went to the top of Hallgrimska church - fab views. Went to Sundhollen swimming pool in the centre - amazing experience to be luxuriating in hot pools at 42degrees whilst looking at the snow outside! Did the Golden Circle tour with Grayline which we really enjoyed - would have liked to do more tours. A tip for budget travellers - don't bother with the expensive airline bus. We caught service bus 55 from Arrivals which was a comfortable coach, a fraction of the price and only took about 10 mins longer. Great friendly driver too!
    Gaynor
    United Kingdom
  • 10

    Usually I don't like capital cities, due to their nature,...

    Usually I don't like capital cities, due to their nature, but Reykjavik was one of my favourite capitals I've visited. The people are welcoming, and nice, and for the most part, the tourists are also decent. Even despite the ones that aren't, the locals are still polite. The Golden Circle is a great way to get a glimpse of Iceland, even during winter, and the sights are breathtaking. The water is the best I've had in a city, as it comes straight from the source, and the hot water also. That can smell a bit, but it's nothing bad, once you're used to it.
    Viorel Petrisor
    Germany
  • 10

    Most enjoyed whale watching, sky lagoon and blue lagoon and...

    Most enjoyed whale watching, sky lagoon and blue lagoon and golden circle tour. We went on a small group tour to see the northern lights. I would advise avoiding the big coach tours that seem to travel in packs! Reykjavik is an easy city to explore, lots of good cafes and restaurants. Buses were frequent, clean and uncrowded. Be aware when you get a ticket it lasts for a time period so you dont have to keep getting another when you change buses. Iceland is expensive like all Scandinavian countries and the money conversion is very confusing. Highly recommend a visit, it's a spectacular place.
    Julie
    United Kingdom
  • 10

    Reykjavik is a great city, and place to stay for exploring...

    Reykjavik is a great city, and place to stay for exploring the surrounding areas. It's compact, not too busy and has lots of attractions. We went with 2 kids under 9 and there was plenty to keep them happy. Iceland is an amazing country, we stayed for 4 nights and crammed a lot into the 3 full days we had there. It's better if you can spend longer and spread it out a bit more but if not, just do as much as you can in the short time you are there.
    Stephen
    United Kingdom
  • 10

    Beautiful city. Easy to get around.

    Beautiful city. Easy to get around. Plenty of tours available. Very clean and friendly. Everyone spoke English. The only negative for us was that everything was much dearer than at home from food drink and shopping.
    Vivien
    Ireland
  • 10

    I love Iceland, its culture, the people, great delicious...

    I love Iceland, its culture, the people, great delicious food, and of course the Weather and scenery. I never tire of visiting and would highly recommend you go at least once in your life to experience this beautiful Island, lots of clean fresh air, very little traffic, outside of the city no light pollution, its wonderful to get away from the awful stress and drama of the UK ( my location) Worth the visit but it is expensive so be prepared
    tattlebug
    United Kingdom

Explore guest reviews of hotels in Reykjavík

  • From $143.02 per night
    7.8
    Good · 3,183 reviews
    The Downtown Reykjavik Apartments are an affordable way to see Iceland on a budget. They are not fancy, but they are comfortable enough and provide a kitchen where you can save money by cooking your meals. (You can get to the Bonus grocery store with a 10 minute walk.) We also walked to the church and Sun Voyager from the apartments. It's very close to bus stop #13, and bus stop #12 is a little farther but is also an easy walk. Easy check in, secure, and instructions were clear. We were happy with our 3 night stay.
    Karen
    United States of America
  • From $431.21 per night
    9.0
    Wonderful · 1,385 reviews
    The hotel is located in the centre of Reykjavik, just under 10minutes walk to the rainbow street. The staff did everything they could to help us, including helping with planning our day when the weather was too rough for us to go whale watching or snowmobiling. The room was a stylish mini-apartment with fridge, hob and sink; we had plenty of coffee available. Very cheap considering Iceland prices and the level of the stay. Earplugs were available in our room as we were located in front of a church.
    Erika
    United Kingdom
  • From $297.41 per night
    8.4
    Very Good · 4,758 reviews
    Good value for money to stay in the city for the short term. Location was okay, not much around the hotel itself but if you self-drive like we did, it’s easy to get into the centre of Reykjavik. Very quick to get out of the city too if you’re heading out into the wilderness. No checking in or out required - you get a door code that works for your room and for the private parking and you’re good to go. Breakfast and evening food was great, too. Good veggie options! Staff were very helpful and welcoming.
    Laura
    United Kingdom
  • From $232.07 per night
    8.0
    Very Good · 1,467 reviews
    Well located in downtown Reykjavik, only a couple of blocks to main street, many restaurants and shopping opportunities. Breakfast a great option, room was a little small, our call it cozy, but not unusual for European hotels. We checked out at noon, but our plane didn't leave until 8. They let us store our luggage there, while we went to Perlan for a couple of hours. Then helped us with luggage and worked to provide the best taxi accommodation and transport to the airport.
    William
    United States of America
  • From $211.18 per night
    7.6
    Good · 1,346 reviews
    Perfect location for exploring downtown Reykjavik without feeling smothered by tourist-geared shops and restaurants. Right across from Hallgrimskirkja, everything is within a twenty minute walk. The hotel itself is quiet, clean, and comfortable. The lobby offers 24-hour concierge service which is extremely helpful with activity and meal suggestions as well as with transportation and business needs. There is also a complimentary coffee/latte/mocha etc. machine in the lobby.
    Benjamin
    United States of America
  • From $232.07 per night
    8.0
    Very Good · 1,467 reviews
    Center Hotels Klopp is perfectly located in Reykjavik near the restaurant and shops area. The lobby continental breakfast was European and filling, and the room as well appointed and comfortable. Best of all, the hotel staff was always eager to answer our questions about how to get to certain locations and, on one occasion, arranged for a taxi to take us to our COVID testing center prior to leaving Iceland. I can't say enough good about the staff.. really excellent!
    Todd
    United States of America
  • From $193.07 per night
    8.2
    Very Good · 4,979 reviews
    The hotel is located in the center of the city, everything is easily accessible, restaurants, shops, etc. We were welcomed from a nice staff and one of them recommended some places to observe the Northern Lights, he was really kind. The room was clean and bright, the bed soft and super comfortable. Rich breakfast for all tastes. If you are looking for a place to stay in Reykjavík I'll recommend Hotel Plaza!
    M
    Michela
    United Kingdom
  • From $130.01 per night
    7.8
    Good · 2,705 reviews
    Access to the guesthouse is by email instructions which were clear and helpful. This is one of the cheapest hotels available at the moment in Reykjavik but the room was clean and bright. Wifi was good, shared bathroom also clean - if rather small - and the staff helpful. Bed was basic but comfortable and I slept well. The hotel is in a good location near to the city centre but in a quiet area.
    stephen
    Iceland
  • From $130.01 per night
    7.8
    Good · 2,705 reviews
    EXCEPTIONAL value for the location! walking distance to downtown Reykjavik/all the restaurants, cute houses and shopping, 40 minute from the Blue Lagoon and airport. LOVED the communal kitchen and ability to cook and DO LAUNDRY on site!!!! that is such a gift to a weary traveler. The host is so kind and helpful. My mom and I had a lovely time. Thank you for your hospitality :)
    Tess
    United States of America
  • From $173.74 per night
    8.3
    Very Good · 2,646 reviews
    Great place to stay near downtown Reykjavik. Plenty of free parking next to the building. The room had everything we needed. Even though there wasn't a microwave or oven in the room they had a microwave downstairs on the first floor in addition to toasters and an espresso maker. The bathroom is spacious. Beds were cozy. Overall the place has a modern design feel to it.
    Dave
    United States of America
  • From $186.32 per night
    8.1
    Very Good · 2,442 reviews
    This hotel is fab for staying in Reykjavík. It is a little out of the main town but a pleasant walk in but buses come and go all the time xx the property is clean with a great onsite restaurant . Rolls are a good size and serve they’re purpose. The tour buses also start at this hotel which is a plus as we could all sit together xx just a great place to stay
    Louise
    United Kingdom
  • 8.2
    Very Good · 985 reviews
    Great place to stay in Reykjavik. The pods are very comfy and soundproof, good location though it's a little bit of a walk to the center of the city. Definitely one of the best deals you will find in all of Iceland for a nice place, as long as you're okay with dorm life. Cool people, I stayed there for ten days and it was an all-around good experience.
    Gabriel Traveler
    United States of America
  • From $241.34 per night
    8.5
    Very Good · 2,457 reviews
    Very pretty and modern hotel in a convenient location, close to restaurants and shops in downtown Reykjavik. We loved our stay. The staff were very kind and accommodating. Our room was super clean and extremely comfortable. While we didn't use the onsite gym and spa, they looked like wonderful facilities to use. Highly recommend!
    Jenna
    United States of America
  • From $307.70 per night
    8.9
    Excellent · 1,874 reviews
    The best hotel that we've stayed in Reykjavik. We had stayed in two other hotels in the same area. The hotel is on a pedestrian street but only a few steps from where a taxi drops you off. 5 minutes walk to bus stop 14 to take the shuttle to the airport. There are plenty of good restaurents around the hotel.
    Gowri
    Canada
  • 9.2
    Wonderful · 384 reviews
    Perfect location in downtown Reykjavik close to everything. The owner, Garoar was super friendly and helpful and available to answer any questions we had. I cannot recommend a better place to stay here. Added bonus, it is located next door to the most famous bakery in town!! The cinnamon rolls are a must!
    edward
    United States of America
  • From $237.60 per night
    8.1
    Very Good · 1,584 reviews
    Grand Hotel is located on the edge of Reykjavik which is good for departing the city, but if you want to be right downtown then it's a good 30min walk. There is a free transport service every hour during the day which is perfect.
    justicetrips
    United Kingdom
  • From $175.19 per night
    7.9
    Good · 6,877 reviews
    So we wanted to stay in a hotel close to Reykjavik and this is not a bad option but if you do have a car. Without it is just a bit tricky and takes longer to get to the city. Room was spacious and great for our one night stay.
    Katarina33
    Croatia
  • From $253.53 per night
    8.5
    Very Good · 3,768 reviews
    this place was great and the breakfast and dining was good. I highly recommend this place to anyone who is looking to stay close to downtown Reykjavík. The staff helped us with all our questions. we had a very pleasant stay.
    chitti
    United States of America
  • From $53.09 per night
    7.0
    Good · 1,137 reviews
    A very simple guesthouse, away from the city center. The amenities were just acceptable. Nothing special but I guess we got what we paid for (it was the cheapest guesthouse in Reykjavik at the time)...
    CHARALAMPOS
    Greece
  • 7.5
    Good · 479 reviews
    you couldn’t beat the location. right smack in the middle of downtown Reykjavik. Pub downstairs had the best chicken wings I’ve ever had.
    Michelle
    United States of America

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