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This hotel is set on one of Reykjavik’s oldest streets, Adalstraeti, 200 metres from Reykjavik Art Museum. It offers a unique Viking exhibition centre, plus in-room satellite TV and tea/coffee facilities. Hotel Reykjavik Centrum has both hotel rooms and self-service studios. All feature modern décor, fresh bathrooms and wooden floors. Traditional Icelandic dishes and an extensive wine list are offered at Fjalaköttur, Reykjavik Centrum’s award-winning restaurant. Uppsalir is the hotel’s own café bar. The hotel was built above the ruins of a Viking-era longhouse. An on-site exhibition centre now honours this historic feature. It also displays Iceland’s oldest human remains, dating back to 870 AD.
Centrally located on Ingólfstorg Square in Reykjavik’s Old Town, CenterHotel Plaza offers a bright, cosy bar and a popular breakfast buffet. The National Gallery and other attractions are within a few minutes’ walk. The modern guest rooms feature wooden floors, a minibar and satellite TV. Some also include a seating area and a flat-screen TV. Guests can check their email via the free in-room internet access. The CenterHotel’s breakfast buffet offers a wide variety of hot and cold choices. After exploring the city, guests are welcome to unwind with a drink in the Plaza Bar, which has floor-to-ceiling windows and a flat-screen TV. Plaza’s central location provides easy access to dining, shopping and culture. Staff is happy to provide tourist information and other services. The Flybus airport shuttle stops right by the hotel.
It was formerly a Czechoslovakian Embassy, and with the hospitable skills of owner Anna Tryggvadottir, this guesthouse has become popular with the tourists of Reykjavik. Spacious carpeted rooms with tranquil interiors soothe you down after a hectic schedule of sightseeing. Multi room suites are available too. The service is attentive with scrumptious breakfasts to start your day. So rest easy.
Metropolitan, formerly known as Icelandic City Hotel, is just off central plaza. Its good location makes it easy to reach all parts of the city. Recently redone, this small hotel offers good 3 star accommodation. Comfort, price, and service all go hand in hand. The staff is multilingual. Room rates change per season.
Ísafold is in a beautiful older residential building in a quiet and conveniently situated part of Reykjavík. Though the building has great charm on the outside, it is lost when inside. The rooms are in no harmony with the exterior and almost completely deprived of the building's grandeur. The breakfast room is on the top floor. Although it is rather charming, its panel walls would better harmonize with a timber house than a stone building like this one. The service is very warm and friendly, however.
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.