Wonderful hotel not too far from the major tourist area at all! Easy city bus access which we did during days in the city - bus stop is outside the front door - and less than 5 min drive to major attractions and old harbor. Close to main highway for day trips. One of best and most complete hotel ...
HotelCentral Kloop had an outstanding location in central Reykjavík. The staff was extremely polite and friendly. Daily breakfast offer a nice variety of food. The room was very clean and bed and pillows were very comfortable.
The hotel is located walkable to all the bars restaurants and museums. The rooms were small but cozy and the bed comfortable. Good selection for the complimentary breakfast. Tour pick up stop right around the corner. The staff was warm and friendly, and very helpful when we had an issue with a missed ...
Reykjavik, the capital of Iceland, is well known for its residents' love for fun and merry making — so much so that the city is called the "nightlife capital of the north." Tourists are drawn to the city for its amazing geographical history and recent evolution, shaped by volcanoes and earthquakes. With numerous Reykjavik hotels available, visitors to the scenic city do not face a dearth of options in terms of class of hotels, whether budget, business, or luxury.
There are several museums that travelers can visit. The Vikin Maritime Museum, Reykjavik Open Air Museum, and Reykjavik Art Museum, offer exciting insights into the history of Iceland and the Vikings.
Reykjavik hotel guests must not miss out on exciting nightlife. Most clubs are located at Laungavegur and its side alleys. NASA and Astro are nightspots that must be visited.
Tourists would do well to combine two guided tours with the Blue Lagoon. This would take them to a guided tour of stunning craters and lava tube caves and then to Blue Lagoon, the geothermal spa for relaxation and indulgence.
A spectacular architectural sight,Perlan (The Pearl) is a big draw for visitors staying at Reykjavik hotels. A revolving restaurant serving excellent food, under a glass dome, which is built over huge hot water tanks, provides a unique experience.
Tourists staying at Reykjavik hotels can enjoy shopping for fur clothes at Eggert and souvenirs at Islandia.
Very well located, clean and in a safe area. It is great if you only want to sleep there. It has breakfast included and the tours pick you up just around the corner.
Right on main shopping strip. In city centre. minutes walk to many attractions. Comfortable for 5 adults. Full kitchen to prepare some of our own meals as Rekjavik is quite expensive. Our issue is poor sound-proofing. Our room was on 4th floor and with windows shut in the winter, you hear every noise going outside-i.e.- people talking, daily street sweeper, crowds coming from the bars. I would caution staying here in warmer weather. The staff were very helpful and pleasant.
Everything was perfect, location, staff, rooms, definitly i will be back at this hotel.
Hotel was very in a nice quiet area. We were able to walk to the main street easily. Unfortunately they were doing construction while we were there. We spoke to a woman at the front desk and she seemed unapologetic and said there was nothing that could be done about it since they were sold out. Would have appreciated a bit of a warning before booking. Very nice place but staff did not seem willing to accommodate.