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All reviews great location oldest street settlement museum fish market happy hour central location hotel bar wooden floors city hall within easy walking distance blue lagoon stayed here for nights comfortable hotel bars and restaurants reception staff northern lights skyr
This was my second stay at this hotel and yet again it was great. Central to shops, bars and restaurants but in terms of the latter, the hotel’s own restaurant is very good All the hotel staff offer excellent service and are most pleasant.
I experienced a flight cancellation / delay due to weather and contacted the hotel to see if they could accommodate a reservation change, or at a minimum, not cancel my reservation due to us having to check in a day late. For reasons I do...More
My daughter and I stayed here in January as we planned multiple excursions around the country. It was a bit small but a great location, very nice clean & modern room, great service, and very nice staff. I would definitively stay there again.
Perfect location, short walk to restaurants and shops, and a block from the City Hall pick up for most tours. Staff are helpful and friendly, and breakfast was well executed, nice selection of tasty food, as well as a variety of coffee offerings. (a great...More
Scandi style decor, sort of like an IKEA! I loved it. Great bathroom fixtures, sleek and modern. However showers were a bit too tight for us fat Americans. Like any hotel it always takes a bit to figure out the on - off, hot /cold....More
Hotel Reykjavík Centrum is located in the bustling city center within walking distance of some of Iceland's best museums, restaurants and bars. The hotel opened in 2005 and is stands in one of …MoreReykjavik's oldest streets, Aðalstræti. The hotel has undergone extensive renovations while maintaining its original charm as the oldest parts of the building were built in 1764. The hotel spreads over three buildings and during its construction, the remains of a Viking longhouse from the Settlement Period were found. Among the finds excavated at the site were Iceland’s oldest human remains, dating from approximately 870 AD. The hotel has 89 rooms, each fitted with modern amenities, such as satellite TV, telephone, Internet access, mini-bar, radio, iron and board, hair dryer, safe and tea & coffee set. All rooms have en-suite bathroom with either a shower or a bath. Less
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