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This family-owned hostel is 100 metres from Reykjavík’s main shopping street, Laugavegur. Wi-Fi and parking are free. All accommodation options include tea/coffee facilities. Reykjavík Hostel Village's bright rooms and apartments are set across 2 buildings. The simply furnished rooms have a mini fridge, desk and shared bathroom. Kitchen facilities are shared between guest rooms, while apartments have private kitchens. Guests can request in advance if they wish to order a take-away breakfast. BBQs can be enjoyed in the communal garden, which also features play areas for kids. A public park is found around the corner. Hostel Village is 3 minutes’ walk from Sundhöllin public swimming pool, which has steam baths and outdoor hot tubs. Hallgrímskirkja Church is 300 metres away. Car rentals and tourist information is offered at reception.
Tents, cabins, caravans and cars are available to help you camp in comfort. 650 people can be accommodated on the Laugardalur part of camp site. All the activities are held in summer from May 15-September 15. The site is three kilometres away from the city centre. Also join the 'Travelling in Iceland' camping tour, which will take you all over Iceland at moderate rates. Batteries, postcards and stamps can be purchased at the reception counter.
Fosshotel Baron belongs to the Fosshotel chain and rests by the pristine waters of the Atlantic. An interesting feature is the options they offer in accommodation - single rooms, double rooms, studio apartments, and opulent guestrooms designed in period decor. The conveniently located property offers modish in-room and hotel comforts, including a kitchenette found in some of its living spaces. For breakfast, guests can indulge in a lavish fare of freshly baked breads, waffles and seafood delights. Nearby attractions include the Blue Lagoon spa and the Gullfoss waterfall.
Apartmenthouse Forsaela is a good choice if you're looking to explore the local Reykjavik culture. Its location in the traditional and quiet residential area near Laugavegur makes it a good spot to get a glimpse of the local everyday activity. You are presented with a choice of a well-furnished house with three bedrooms, eight beds and charming old-style dining area. If you're a slightly smaller group, then the apartments that can accommodate about 2-4 persons are recommended. Although fully equipped to suit all your needs, the only condition is that rooms can be booked for a minimum stay of three days. In addition, warm and cozy double or triple rooms in typical bed-and-breakfast style can be rented out. To top it all, it is perfectly located amidst restaurants, art galleries and museums.
Adam's is located close to some of the city's most popular restaurants, the shopping area, and clubs. Some of the rooms have been recently renovated. All rooms come with basic kitchen facilities, just in case you plan to cook your own breakfast. A grocery store, downstairs, is open during most hours of the day. Also available is free internet access, which is available in the hall area. The staff may however not be available at all times of the day. This venue provides simple and comfortable accommodation at reasonable prices. Do check out the spring and summer offer.
Set just 250 metres from Laugarvegur shopping street, this central Reykjavik hostel offers guest rooms and dormitory rooms with free Wi-Fi access. Harpa Concert Hall is 1 km away. A seating area and a wardrobe feature in all rooms at Kex Hostel. Some rooms have a private bathroom with shower. Guests have access to a communal kitchen on site. A buffet breakfast is available each morning, while other meals are served at the in-house Sæmundur í Sparifötunum Restaurant. Drinks can be enjoyed at the on-site Drinx Bar. Leisure options include a communal lounge and a heated outdoor terrace. Hostel Kex offers free luggage storage. Bicycles can be rented on site. Whale watching trips depart from Reykjavik Harbour, a 20-minute walk from the hostel.