Our Best Reykjavik hotels
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Our Best Hotels in Reykjavik
1. Alda Hotel
Voted Traveller's Choice 2018 by Tripadvisor, this 4* hotel sits in the heart of Reykjavik and enjoys easy reach to the shops, restaurants and cultural sights that make Iceland renowned worldwide.
Enjoy a comfortable 4* stay at Iceland's largest hotel in the stylish business district of the city. Including its own restaurant, Haust, Fosshotel boasts Icelandic draught beer and beautiful views of the city's stunning bay.
For a modern weekend mini-break Canopy by Hilton is a great option. With 4* ratings and views of both the Atlantic ocean and artistic downtown, Canopy will keep you in comfort with its on-site gym, bar and restaurant.
Looking for a hotel that blends modern comfort with nature? Icelandair's Hotel Reykjavik Natura brings the rugged landscape of Iceland inside with a mixture of art and chic boutique styles that give it a well-earned 4* rating.
Dating back to the early 1900s where it began life as a department store, the Konsulat Hotel is now a stunning contemporary example of Icelandic style and charming character.
For getting closer to nature, Hotel Husafell is the perfect choice. Situated between a glacier and a lava field, this 4* hotel is truly in the land of ice and fire - no wonder it was a 2018 Tripadvisor Traveller's Choice.
7. Hotel Island
As Iceland's first dedicated hotel to health and wellness, you can count on your stay with Hotel Island to be in true comfort. With an on-site spa and spacious rooms with views of mountains, peace is what you'll find here.
For a stay in Scandi-chic style filled with unique touches, the Reykjavik Lights Hotel is the perfect choice. Simple understated designs and flourishes of Icelandic heritage will ensure your stay is a memorable one.
Situated by Reykjavik's famous harbour, this hotel offers bright, colourful and contemporary styles for travellers. Mountain and ocean views round off this cosy 4* hotel and make it perfect for those looking to explore the city.
10. Hotel Dyrholaey
A more rural location, Hotel Dyrholaey is close to many famous Icelandic sights, including the Skogafoss waterfall. With family-friendly accommodation, simple rooms and high-quality comfort, it's a great location for seeing Iceland's highlights.
What services will you find in our Reykjavik hotels?
Our hotels in Reykjavik come equipped with a full range of modern facilities that make them the perfect choice for a luxury hotel.
• Comfortable beds, with queen or twin as standard
• Tea and coffee facilities
• Bathrobes and fresh towels
• On-site gym (some with spa and sauna)
• Satellite TV and WiFi
• Authentic Icelandic dining options
Hotel rental offers at Reykjavik: Convenient for all kinds of travel
Our hotels are designed with every kind of traveller in mind. We can accommodate large families looking for adventure, couples seeking a cosy romantic getaway, or friends keen to explore together. With a wide range of budget options, room types and sizes, and with many of our locations offering great extras such as a hotel pool, sauna, or on-site restaurant, no matter what you're looking to get out of your trip, we're here to help.
The range of hotels we offer at Reykjavik
Whether you're looking for the pinnacle of luxury, or want to get closer to nature, we offer a range of hotels to suit every traveller. With high-end, 4* options that include restaurants, gyms, spas and stunning decor, to simpler accommodation that showcases Scandinavian design and pairs it with breathtaking scenery.
Our hotels range between 3* and 4*, with city centre and rural locations. So if you want to get closer to the Viking heritage of the country, or enjoy its artistic and cultural cityscape, our hotels can cater for every option and budget.
Reykjavik: What should we bring for an hotel stay?
Hotels in Reykjavik are modern and comfortable, with the majority providing essentials like towels, bedding and toiletries. But the number one item you need to pack when visiting Iceland is your bathing suit! Whether you're hitting the hotel pool or sauna, the world famous Blue Lagoon, or venturing out to a mountain hot spring, something for swimming in is essential.
We also recommend packing weather-appropriate clothing. Iceland has a very changeable climate and even in the summer you might experience cooler temperatures. In the winter you will need thermals and warm layers, especially if you're planning on whale watching or exploring the glaciers.
Your best hotel in Reykjavik: How to get there and make your booking
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Iceland is easier to reach than you think; many airlines offer direct flights at just a few hours travel time. Once you land, many hotels offer a free shuttle bus service for transfers, but you'll have the option of car hire, reliable public transport or taxis as well.
The opinion of the Voyage Prive travel expert on hotels in Reykjavik
Reykjavik is a brilliant choice if you want a mixture of things to see and do. In the city, there are museums, galleries, and the famous Hallgrimskirkja church, along with the historic harbour and many fantastic restaurants. Why not get the most from the city by staying in Fosshotel, or the Konsulat hotel?
Venturing outside the capital, you'll be greeted by windswept landscapes and active geysers, with roaming herds of characteristic Icelandic horses. We recommend the Hotel Husafell as one of the best stays for experiencing the beautiful scenery.
Reykjavik: The beating heart in a land of ice and fire
Iceland offers landscapes like nowhere else in the world. With its incredible volcanoes and glaciers, it's an ever-changing place shaped by wild weather. Reykjavik is the heart in this land of ice and fire, and it offers a huge range of culture showcasing the very best of Iceland. If you're looking for an adventure, visit Iceland and experience a world of stunning natural beauty and Scandinavian culture like no other.