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We stayed for 4 nights and this hotel has great location right in the centre of the city. We stayed in the main building and had a nice room. I see some of the reviews mentioning the size of the rooms and the second building...More
I thought I had left a review before now. I visited this hotel with my family in April 2015. It was our first time to Iceland so we didn't know what to expect. The hotel was brilliant value, and even from the outside is lovely....More
We stayed here in November as a couple. The rooms were reasonably sized with a beautiful view of the leiffur Erickson. The room did not offer tea making facilities but made up for this with free tea/coffee downstairs for guests. The hotel offered a small...More
Hotel Lief Erickson
Full marks to the front office staff of this small but gracious hotel close to the Hallgrimskirkja - the unmissable church at the top of the hill. We had a mixup in our booked accommodation and selected this hotel to look at...More
My wife and I have just spent four nights at this hotel. It was excellent value for money in an expensive city. The hotel staff are very helpful and friendly.
The room we had was on the second floor (third floor American) so shifting luggage...More
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US$150 - US$310 (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!
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Hi, I don't know if you've already got this sorted but you can book transport when you book your visit to the Blue Lagoon. It costs about the same as it would by arranging your own transport and is really straight forward... More
Hi, I don't know if you've already got this sorted but you can book transport when you book your visit to the Blue Lagoon. It costs about the same as it would by arranging your own transport and is really straight forward. They pick up from most hotels so the transfer is pretty direct. I hope this helps and you have a fabulous trip!