Odinsve doesn't fuss around its guests but promises quality, which is evident in its 43 comfortably furnished rooms. The close proximity to Lækjatorg square, Living Art Museum, and restaurants - Lake Front, Skolabru, and 3 Frakkar is an added advantage. The in-house restaurant, Siggi Hall, is named after the chef, who whips lamb, chicken or bacalao with élan. What's more, expect the aroma of devilled eggs and coffee first thing in the morning in your room. Guests can avail of professional massages and sightseeing tickets.
There's no doubt that at Radisson SAS 1919 you are pampered silly. LCD televisions, video-on-demand, Wi-Fi, high ceiling rooms, hardwood floors, customized menus, a gymnasium and many more features are up for grabs. Salt Restaurant and Salt Lounge Bar are the in-house eating holes. Ideal for leisure and business travelers alike, the hotel allows pets too. It sure is a place for glitz and snazz this side of the globe!
The Grand Hotel is a relatively new building, located in the Laugardalur area of Reykjavík. It takes around 20-30 minutes to walk to the city centre. The distance to the Kringlan shopping centre is similar. It is within short walking distance of Reykjavík's most prominent sporting facilities. Furthermore, the museum honouring Ásmundur Sveinsson, the late sculptor, is next door. Equally close is a newly-established art gallery, Listhúsið, which accommodates several artists. Reykjavík's scenic coastline is just a few minutes away on foot. The modern and very spacious hotel has large, carpeted rooms with private baths and showers, as well as most facilities you normally find in hotels of this category. All the rooms were renovated in 1995. A very good choice for those wanting to be able to have easy access to the life of the city centre, without being in the middle of it all the time.
Hótel Loftleiðir is located near Reykjavík's domestic airport, and the central bus station (for trips to the country) is within walking distance. The hotel is close to Reykjavík's most beautiful outdoor areas, Öskjuhlíð, where one can enjoy a relaxed walk along forest paths, and Nauthólsvík, Reykjavík's sunbathing beach. The hotel is an extremely good conference hotel, with all the newest equipment and facilities, as well as experienced staff in that respect. 14 conference rooms of all sizes for up to 400 participants, as well as an auditorium with a cinema for 110. The rooms are technically advanced, with all the newest equipment, internet connection etc. There are also banqueting facilities, with capacity for up to 450 (seating) or 650 (standing cocktail buffets) Being part of the Icelandair group, Hótel Loftleiðir is well connected to the international airport.
Radisson SAS Saga Hotel is a luxury hotel with most of the facilities required by the modern traveler. The hotel's common areas are extremely spacious and modernly designed. The rooms are well-equipped with classic furniture. The hotel has two very good restaurants, several bars and a ballroom offering live entertainment at weekends. The Astra bar gives a panoramic view of Reykjavík and its surroundings. Hótel Saga's location is convenient, within walking distance of the city center, Reykjavík airport, the National museum, National library, the Nordic house and the University of Iceland.
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.
Located in Reykjavik’s business district, this Hilton hotel offers a 5-star gourmet restaurant, popular breakfast buffet and helpful, knowledgeable staff. Hilton Reykjavik Nordica’s bright rooms feature wooden floors, a flat-screen TV and tea/coffee facilities. Many offer views of the Akrafjall and Esja Mountains or Faxaflói Bay. The in-house Vox Restaurant specialises in Icelandic and Scandinavian cuisine. The top floor executive lounge offers views over Reykjavik. Guests with access can enjoy their breakfast here as well as refreshments throughout the day. All guests enjoy free gym access. Other spa facilities accessible for a fee includes 2 spa baths, an outdoor hot tub, a relaxation pool, 2 aroma steam rooms and a sauna. Exercise and yoga classes can be booked on site.
Egilsborg is a small guesthouse located in a residential area, just a short walk from Reykjavík's main shopping attraction, Laugavegur. It is strategically located just off Reykjavík's main bus terminal. The building is a rather dull one, at least on the outside, but clean, neat and tidy on the inside. The maximum number of guests being very small makes the service personal and friendly. Egilsborg's location and pricing make up for what may be missing as regards luxury and class. Egilsborg is open 15 May-30 Sep, being closed over the winter months.
Hotel Reykjavik is a well furnished establishment, a stone's throw from Kjarvalsstadir Reykjavik Municipal Art Museum. The rooms boast of the latest amenities, and don't appear too cluttered. A shopping area is but a minute away, so you can knock yourself out and then return to this comfortable haven. If you're famished, walk into Raudara - the hotel's steakhouse - for succulent rares. Children under 12 stay free (provided they are accompanied by their parents).
This guest house offers free Wi-Fi and parking, plus a communal lounge and terrace. Reykjavík Domestic Airport and BSÍ Bus Terminal are within 3 minutes’ drive. Alba Guesthouse’s simple rooms feature modern décor, a wardrobe and in-room wash basin. Bathroom facilities are shared. A breakfast buffet is served every morning at Guesthouse Alba. Within 10 minutes’ walk is Perlan, a 25-metre high dome building with shops, restaurants and a viewing deck. Keflavík International Airport is a 45-minute drive from the nearby BSÍ Bus Terminal.
This hotel is a 1-minute walk from Hlemmur Bus Terminal and Reykjavik’s main street, Laugavegur. It features free private parking and rooms with a flat-screen TV. Fosshotel Lind’s rooms have wooden or carpeted floors and a bathroom with a shower. Many rooms feature views of Hallgrimskyrkja Church. The Lind also has a public internet computer and TV lounge. A Scandinavian buffet breakfast is served every morning. Early breakfast is available on request. The Sundhollin Bath is 300 metres away. The airport shuttle stops right outside the hotel. Staff in the 24-hour reception can help recommend popular activities around Reykjavik.