Park Inn by Radisson Reykjavik Keflavik Airport4.0 out of 5.0
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I stayed here on my last night in Iceland because I had an 8:30am flight and didn't want to deal with the hassle of the 45 minute drive from Reykjavik that morning. I think it was the right decision. It also allowed me to explore Keflavik, which is a nice little coastal town with some excellent sea views. I'm not sure why others have given this hotel mediocre ratings. It met all the necessary criteria for an airport hotel. Employees at reception were helpful. They noted the time I wished to get on the airport shuttle (it comes every 30 minutes in the morning and is free) and ensured it would be ready for me at that time. Easy walk to every location you could possibly want to visit in town. I enjoyed a good night of rest before my flight. The only issue is the strange shower setup - only half of the shower area is covered by glass. Thus, no matter how hard I tried, a significant amount of water got onto the floor. It wasn't a big deal, but it was strange. Overall, good hotel. I would recommend it for the night before a flight.
Stayed here for ease of access to airport for early flight. Room was clean, comfortable and quiet. Customer service attitude of staff from front desk to dining room was extraordinary. They responded to every request with a smile and creative solution. Would definitely stay here again.
Nice hotel near the airport. The receptionist Sunna was very friendly and helpful, spacious room and a very good restaurant. There are some supermarkets and some shoos nearby. Short ride to airport with a free shuttle bus. Definitely recommend it
Probably no need to say more than the title. After staying in tiny rooms in Reykjavik and Eastern Greenland (dinky rooms and tinier bathrooms), this hotel felt like a palace! Great room, lovely bathroom, nice toiletry products and good breakfast! We had dinner in the hotel - great salad and a super veggie main - grilled cauliflower. Yum! Lastly, we had a lovely walk along the waterfront after dinner....peaceful and relaxing. Convenient van service to the airport every 30 minutes. GREAT stay!
The room is big and comfortable. Bathroom is nice too. But food provided at the dinner and breakfast buffet was terrible. The hotel is not next to the airport so if you need transfer outside of their scheduled shuttle you still need to take a taxi. Hotel is in a quiet neighbourhood.
I booked this hotel 10 months in advance and gave them a credit card to guarantee my room. I arrived late in the day to be told that they did not have a room for me. I then spent 30 minutes hanging around while they called a taxi to take me to another hotel nearby. This other hotel was your basic 2 star - no lift, tiny rooms, terrible beds, motion activated lights in the bathroom which went out if you were in the shower, very basic breakfast. When I went to pay I was told Park Inn would take care of it. Of course they had my credit card details and they charged me exactly what they were going to charge me to stay at the Park Inn. I wonder how much of it they actually handed over to the hotel I actually stayed at?
This hotel is only about a 5 minute drive from the international airport, which is likely the reason you’d want to stay here. There are airport shuttles offered every half hour from 4 AM to 8 AM, and then one more at noon, an odd arrangement that must echo the peak times for flight departures. If your own flight’s timing doesn’t fit, the taxi ride would be a minimal expense. The room was more spacious than many in Iceland, but it was hot as Hades inside. It had been a sunny, warm day, and without any kind of air conditioning (which wouldn’t be needed very often in the country), the room was sweltering when we arrived in the late afternoon. The only possible ventilation was a small window on the front wall that opened by swinging out about 6 inches at the bottom and provided little air when the curtains were open, and even less when they were closed for privacy. Naturally the beds had thick duvets on them, with no top sheets or thinner blankets, an arrangement suitable only to frigid, winter nights. A table fan would have gone a long way toward making the place habitable, but without any device of that sort there was not much sleep to be had, even though I took the cover off the duvet and used it at a light sheet/blanket combo. Dinner at the hotel restaurant was wonderful, with cheerful, friendly service. Not cheap, mind you, but this IS Iceland. The breakfast buffet was copious, but the staff seemed to forget about clearing vacated tables once diners had left. Given that there were some tour groups, by the time we finished breakfast, only about a third of the tables were actually occupied, but none of the others were cleared and ready for the many people coming in to eat.
This hotel is close ~4 miles to the (Reykjavik) Keflavik International Airport. There is one hotel (don't remember the name) that is basically at the airport. The Radisson has a shuttle to the airport from the hotel, but not a shuttle from the airport to the hotel (go figure)! The room is comfortable...good shower. There is a restaurant at the hotel (Vocal) and breakfast is served starting at 5:00 am!
This is a nice hotel for an overnight stay CLOSE to the airport. Note that i is NOT at the airport. We returned our rental car and used their shuttle to the airport as we thought there was a shuttle between the hotel and the airport. There is not an all day shuttle available. The taxi to the hotel cost us approx. $29 as the hotel is near but not at the airport. The hotel did have a shuttle running between the hotel and the airport in the morning, running every half hour, which was quite convenient. The hotel was a nice respite after a long trip. Quiet and relaxing. We ate at their restaurant and it was fine too. I would recommend this hotel.
Quick, efficient check in and rooms that are clean and quiet. All you need for an overnight *near* the Keflavik airport. Plenty of eating choices around from diners to pizza places, even a KFC not too far away. As noted, the hotel does not have a shuttle to the property but they offer a free shuttle back to KEF in the morning. Making a reservation is a good idea as the shuttle is a 9 seat van type. Taxis are expensive in Iceland and some people have quoted 3000-5000 ISK as a fare to the hotel. This is about $30USD+ for an 8 minute journey. If time is not a factor and you are traveling light consider the local city bus to the hotel. The local S bus #55 leaves KEF once an hour from the car park area just adjacent to where the Flybus coaches depart. Look for the 'S' bus stop with the schedules attached to the post. About :42 past each hour. Cost is 440 ISK and you can pay in cash or credit. With cash don't expect any change. The stop that works best for the Park Inn is the Miðstöð stop. The stops are shown in the bus on the digital sign. From Miðstöð, it's about a 12 min walk on paved sidewalks to the hotel. So if you want to save some coin, this is a pretty good easy option.
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50% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 301 reviews