Reykjavik

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Miõborg
10 reviews
Steps from the National Cathedral and City Hall, this 1930's Art Deco hotel was restored to its original splendor in 2006. — Travel + Leisure
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10 reviews
Icelandair doesn’t just specialize in well-priced airplane tickets, and stopover incentives. — Travel + Leisure
8
Miõborg
9 reviews
The hotel feels intimate with only 38 rooms, and the bar and lounge are popular with trendsetting locals. — Afar Magazine
8
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
8
Háaleiti
9 reviews
Hilton's first and only hotel in Iceland is primarily geared toward business travelers, although families are given priority for available larger standard rooms. — Fodor's
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Miõborg
8 reviews
Four buildings in a calm corner in an older part of town make up this hotel. — Fodor's
8
Miõborg
7 reviews
Downtown in one of Reykjavík's oldest and most famous buildings, this hotel opened its doors in the summer of 2005. — Fodor's
8
Miõborg
7 reviews
The Alda Hotel, part of a Scandanvian chain, has a style of its own — Star Service
8
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
This buzzy hybrid offers both hostel dorms and hotel rooms in a five-story building on Reykjavik’s main drag, Laugavegur. — Afar Magazine
8
Miõborg
5 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
8
Miõborg
6 reviews
This owners of this property call it a boutique-hotel, and it fits the bill for that — Star Service
8
Miõborg
6 reviews
A sleek hotel on the waterfront, Arnarhvoll offers unimpeded views of the bay and Mt Esja in the distance. — Lonely Planet
7
Miõborg
3 reviews
The Loft is one of Reykjavik’s leading hostels. — The Telegraph
7
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
7
Miõborg
4 reviews
This modern, modest and friendly three-star hotel lies right in the centre of Reykjavik — The Telegraph
7
Miõborg
5 reviews
This hotel glories in one of the best locations in Reykjavík: it’s slap on the end of arty Skólavörðustígur, and more than half its 47 rooms have inspiring views of Hallgrímskirkja. — Lonely Planet
7
Miõborg
5 reviews
Ion City Hotel is a design-led downtown hangout, with panoramic mountain views, in-room saunas and straight-up access to Iceland’s capital and the great outdoors — Mr & Mrs Smith
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4 reviews
One of Reykjavik’s most comprehensive hotels, brimming with amenities - a spa, three restaurant areas, a hair salon - and offers smart rooms with stunning views. — The Telegraph
7
Miõborg
4 reviews
Just a hop from Reykjavik's main shopping streets and famously exciting nightlife quarter, Hotel Plaza presents a stark modern exterior to a busy city square — Star Service
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