Fabulously friendly staff! Breakfast excellent...lots of proteins and hot items. Yes, eggs are reconstituted but they serve a lot of people! Very quiet rooms. Sm window opens for fresh air. Windows on view rooms need a scrubbing...only real fault.
The shower was uncomfortable. The glass door would not stay in place. There was no boundary or partition to keep water from splashing on walls or bleeding into other areas of the bathroom. The wooden wall near floor was already water damaged so not sure why this situation has not been redesigned. ...
Very quick check in. Room was very clean. WiFi was fast. Would stay again
Very nice hotel in great location. Loved the breakfast buffet and tasty bits in the evening.
Truly enjoyed this hotel. Especiall the location and staff. Everyone was very kind and helpful. Kudos to the concierge desk. Always helpful!!! My husband got sick while on this trip and the staff was kind enough to provide us any assistance we needed. Now we need to come back in the summer time and continue enjoying Iceland while staying at this hotel. Thank you, Serkan
Excellent location and easy walking to shops, restaurants and bar in the City Center and Harbor area. Staff and facilities were very good. My only suggestion if booking this hotel is to request a room on the courtyard side, not on the street. There is an Irish Bar across the street and is busy and LOUD until around 3 AM, so a sound sleep is an issue . Bring earplugs. We would still stay in the same hotel again, though (just better prepared).
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.