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Miõborg
11 reviews
Although Reykjavik is currently in the middle of a hotel boom, the Hotel Borg was the city’s first luxury hotel—and it’s still the most beloved. — Condé Nast Traveler
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10 reviews
Icelandair doesn’t just specialize in well-priced airplane tickets, and stopover incentives. — Travel + Leisure
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Miõborg
9 reviews
Part of the Design Hotels group, Iceland's first boutique-hotel is located in the heart of downtown on a busy street near the major shopping area. — Star Service
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Miõborg
7 reviews
This upscale 4-star hotel enjoys a good location on a quiet street in downtown Reykjavik, a decent spread of facilities and one of the country’s largest privately-owned art collections. — The Telegraph
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Háaleiti
9 reviews
This large but stylish hotel is a dependable all-rounder. — The Telegraph
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Miõborg
8 reviews
A boutique hotel with bags of personality, Oðinsvé contains 43 sun-drenched rooms with wooden floors, original artwork and classic furnishings. — Lonely Planet
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Miõborg
8 reviews
Scandinavian-sleek in a historic former shipping company building ideally located in vibrant downtown Reykjavik. — Jetsetter
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Miõborg
7 reviews
There isn't a shred of staleness in this lovely downtown hotel in the trendy Lighthouse Village area of downtown Reykjavík. — Fodor's
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Miõborg
6 reviews
Firmly a part of the luxury apartment wave, these superbly located mod pads range from 'tiny' to 'larger than life' and come with a dollop of humour. — Lonely Planet
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6 reviews
The 26 hostel rooms at this hybrid property are Scandi-chic, with stark white beds and colorful Danish Modern furniture; those with a bigger budget can choose one of 17 stylish hotel rooms. — Condé Nast Traveler
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Miõborg
6 reviews
An unofficial headquarters of backpackerdom and popular local gathering place, KEX is a mega-hostel with heaps of style (think retro Vaudeville meets rodeo) and sociability. — Lonely Planet
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Miõborg
6 reviews
This owners of this property call it a boutique-hotel, and it fits the bill for that. — Star Service
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Miõborg
6 reviews
Similar to its sibling properties in town, this harbor-front hotel in the heart of town offers the basics at an exceptional price. — Star Service
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Miõborg
5 reviews
In a nationally protected building of vintage turquoise blue glass 10 minutes from the center of town, this hotel is opposite the Reykjavik domestic airport. — Star Service
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Miõborg
4 reviews
This long-running hotel is earning more attention for its lower rates and central position near restaurants and bars. — Star Service
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Miõborg
5 reviews
The rooms of this family-run hotel are small and uninspired, with narrow beds, small bathrooms, and generic furniture -- but the location and friendly, relaxed atmosphere are key. — Frommer's
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Miõborg
4 reviews
The Loft is one of Reykjavik’s leading hostels. — The Telegraph
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Miõborg
5 reviews
The second hotel from the owners of the ION Adventure Hotel in Thingvellir Park is located in downtown Reykjavik. — The Telegraph
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Miõborg
4 reviews
Situated on one of Reykjavik’s oldest streets, this centrally located hotel has 89 charming, modern rooms, convenient access to an adjacent restaurant and a warm, hospitable ambiance. — The Telegraph
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4 reviews
This hotel, with a 14-foot tower of sleeping rooms and a light-filled atrium lobby dotted with bright-red leather seating that extends across the two buildings, is a mecca for big groups. — Star Service
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