- Liked: Cleanliness
Pretty cheap and therefore basic. The rooms are clean, but quite small (slightly larger than bed).
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Nordurey Hotel City Garden is located in Reykjavik's Laugardalur neighborhood. Harpa and National Museum of Iceland are cultural highlights, and some of the area's notable landmarks include Hallgrimskirkja and Perlan. Laugardalslaug Geothermal Pool and Reykjavik Park and Zoo are also worth visiting. Our guests appreciate the hotel's quiet location.
Located in an off-the-city-center neighborhood, we had a comfortable bedroom on the bottom floor, small room but we had what we needed. The shower is opened, so it was a bit of a water mess around, heated floors sort of helped cleared it out. Toiletries and a hair dryer are available.The breakfast buffet was OK but limited, enough to get something to eat before taking off. Check-in and check-out was pretty straightforward and didn't require human interaction as the doors are code accessed. Being on the bottom floor makes it so that you are in an area common to the laundry machines and next to the breakfast room, not private at all (we could hear noises real early in the morning), I advise to request rooms in any other floor. The place has an elevator. The parking area is right outside the building, not really well signaled, holds around 4-5 cars, parking on the streets is also free. The area has about 2-3 places to eat (local restaurant and coffee shops) that are quite good and at walking distance. It is also close to many main streets where you can catch buses or call a cab, but if you have a car, is quite handy as parking is free. If you do not have a car and are in tourist mode, it is way more convenient to stay closer to the city center, although the car rides from here are not longer than 6-8 minutes into the city center. Great place to stay.