Reykjavik Residence Hotel combines hotel services with self-catering apartments that offer modern kitchen facilities, soundproof accommodation just around the ...
Reykjavik Residence Hotel$154Reykjavik Residence Hotel$154
This gracious 1930s hotel is located in the beaufiful square of Austurvollur, in the heart of Reykjavik and across from Althingi, the Icelandic parliament and ...
Hotel Borg by Keahotels$197Hotel Borg by Keahotels$197
Housed in a renovated printing factory, this boutique hotel is located in downtown Reykjavik, 20 meters from the main shopping area and 50 meters from the Icelandic ...
CenterHotel Thingholt$158CenterHotel Thingholt$158
Located in Reykjavík East, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Hofdi House and Hallgrimskirkja. Reykjavik City Hall and Perlan are also within 2 mi (3 km).
Storm Hotel by Keahotels$122Storm Hotel by Keahotels$122
Located in Reykjavík 101, this hotel is within a 5-minute walk of Reykjavik City Library and Reykjavik City Hall. Hallgrimskirkja and National Museum of Iceland ...
CenterHotel Plaza$110CenterHotel Plaza$110
Situated near the airport, this hotel is within 3 mi (5 km) of Viking World Museum, Reykjanes Art Museum, and Duus Hus Cultural Centre. Blue Lagoon and Gardur ...
The Base by Keflavik Airport$59The Base by Keflavik Airport$59
Iceland is rich in Nordic natural wonder and cultural charm, and is well-known for its spas, particularly the Blue Lagoon resort in Grindavik’s lava fields. Staying in one of the many hotels in Iceland? There are many attractions for you to enjoy. Dive in the geothermal cone, Stryta, or bathe at Nautholsvik beach, or whale watch on the North Atlantic Ocean. Reikjavik is where you will find hip music, dining, and shopping. Reikjavik also offers a great selection of Iceland hotels, including Hotel Reikjavik, Hotel Keflavik, and luxurious Hotel Borg.
Reikjavik’s iconic glass Harpa serves as a concert and conference hall. It is home to the Iceland Symphony, Icelandic Opera, as well as several exhibitions, displaying Harpa’s many paintings, sculptures, and photography.
Stand by thundering waterfalls and some of the world’s largest glaciers in Europe’s largest national park, Vatnajökull. Iceland’s black desert, Ingolfshofdi, is a world famous destination.
Major retail stores are in Reikjavik’s Kringlan mall. Art-shops, bookstores, and clothing-boutiques are along Reikjavik’s Austurstraeti Street. Pick up handcrafted Icelandic wool knits at the Thingborg Wool Centre in Selfoss.
Ice and mountain climbing is especially popular in Iceland, with the Skaftafell National Park as a favorite among adventurers. Eyjafjallajökull is a majestic volcano destination for mountaineering.
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