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Central location opposite to Hallgrimskirkja Church. Easy to find back to the hotel since you see the church tower from anywhere you go to in Reykjavik. The hotel rooms are in two different buildings. We didn´t stay in the main building but it was easy...More
As others have said, there could not be a better location and friendlier staff. You are welcomed into the reception/breakfast room after a long flight and the hot drinks certainly hit the spot after a cold day's activities.
My personal hellos are extended to the...More
We have just returned from a 4 night stay at this small hotel in Reykjavik. Situated right opposite Hallgrimskirkja and very close to bus stop 8, the pick up point for most shuttles and tours, and also next to the stop for the Hop-on Hop-off...More
We stayed here on our first night in Iceland and whilst we were welcomed warmly by the front desk gentleman we were surprised at having to lug two suitcases up four flights of stairs.
The room was tiny... with slanted roofs and felt more like...More
Stayed in this hotel for 3 nights and the location was very central - right opposite Hallgrimskirkja, which is very close to Laugavegur (Reykjavik's main street). It is also convenient if you're planning to take tours outside of Reykjavik e.g. Golden Circle, South Coast, Northern...More
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US$133 - US$294 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#14 Romantic Hotel in Reykjavik
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Hello, I stayed in Reykjavik in November, 2013 and just got back from staying here in August, 2017. The coldest it got in November when I stayed was about the high during the day 51 degrees and about 31 degrees at night... More
Hello, I stayed in Reykjavik in November, 2013 and just got back from staying here in August, 2017. The coldest it got in November when I stayed was about the high during the day 51 degrees and about 31 degrees at night. The weather changes there so fast, it could be snowing one minute, then the sun comes out like it never snowed the next minute. The sun rises about 10:30 am and sets around 6:00 pm. The best thing to do is dress in layers. You'll have a great chance of seeing the "Northern Lights" this time of year. But I recommend planning on seeing them at the beginning of your trip in case the weather is not good and they cancel it for that night. In this event, they will move the Northern Lights tour to the next night, which is what happen to us and luckly we had one more night left. If you wait until your last night, you will loose out. It was amazing to see. This past trip I went to the "Ice Cave Glaciers". That is also amazing to see and a must do!