Best Reykjavik holiday apartments
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Popular accommodations in Reykjavik
Downtown Reykjavík ApartmentsLocated in central Reykjavík, these modern self-catered apartments are just a few minutes' walk from Hlemmur Bus Station and the main shopping street, Laugavegur. WiFi and parking are free, and the airport bus stops right outside.Book now
Von Guldsmeden HotelFeaturing a bar, shared lounge, garden and free WiFi, Von Guldsmeden Hotel is located in Reykjavík, 600 metres from Solfar Sun Voyager and 1 km from Hallgrímskirkja Church. Boasting family rooms, this property also provides guests with a terrace. The accommodation provides a 24-hour front desk, a tour desk and ticket service for guests.Book now
Loft - HI HostelFeaturing a lounge, bar and a rooftop terrace with a city view, this eco-hostel is just a few steps away from Laugavegur, Reykjavík's main social hub. Weekly social events hosted on site are free for guests to join. Hallgrímskirkja Church is within 10 minutes’ walk. Free WiFi is offered throughout.Book now
CenterHotel LaugavegurBoasting a bar, CenterHotel Laugavegur is situated in Reykjavík in the Reykjavik Greater Region region, 700 metres from Solfar Sun Voyager and less than 1 km from Hallgrímskirkja Church. Among the facilities of this property are a restaurant, a 24-hour front desk and room service, along with free WiFi throughout the property. The accommodation features a concierge service, a tour desk and luggage storage for guests.Book now
Ice Apartments ReykjavikProviding garden views, a garden and free WiFi, Ice Apartments Reykjavik provides accommodation well set in Reykjavík, within a short distance of Hallgrímskirkja Church, Solfar Sun Voyager and Harpa Concert Hall & Conference Centre.Book now
Reykjavik Konsulat Hotel, Curio Collection By HiltonThis hotel is located about 5 minutes' walk from Harpa Concert Hall. Consulate Hotel Reykjavik, Curio Collection By Hilton in Reykjavík features a wellness spa and complimentary fitness centre. This hotel also has a restaurant and lobby bar.Book now
Do you like to turn night into day? Then a trip to Iceland and an apartment in Reykjavik might be just the thing for you. High in the north lies the icy island, characterised by caves, straits, peninsulas and fjords. The special thing about Iceland – it lies directly below the Arctic Circle – is the light conditions. If you rent private accommodation in Reykjavik, the capital and largest city on the island, you will soon notice that the nights here are as bright in summer as the days. On the other hand, in winter, on the shortest days, the sun shines only four hours. Reykjavik is located on the southwest side of the island on the Atlantic Ocean and extends in all directions with suburbs. Nowhere else on the island is it more populated. So book an apartment in Reykjavik and take a trip to the surrounding area from there. Here you can find truly luxurious accommodations, which you have alone for yourself and your companions and which you don’t have to share with your landlord as you do with couchsurfing in Reykjavik.
Apartments in Reykjavik: central and close to the sea
Reykjavik is still relatively young as a popular tourist destination. But since a very active artistic and music scene has developed in the city, Iceland has become more and more interesting for holidaymakers. For example, the singer Björk and the artists Einar Jónsson and Ásmundur Sveinsson have become world-famous. Reykjavik was even named the 29th UNESCO City of Literature in 2011. You can also book a large Apartment in Mosfellsbaer, which is about 15 kilometres north of the capital. From there you can make excellent cycling and hiking tours or climb a mountain: The access to Esjan is in this place; the ascent to the summit at an altitude of 1,000 meters takes about three to four hours.
Private accommodation in Reykjavik: Discover art and culture!
Numerous museums invite you to visit – from art and photography to medicine and of course regional history, the range is wide. For travellers with an interest in architecture, there are lots of old and above all modern buildings to see in the capital. The construction boom is not yet over. The Harpa Concert Hall right next to the harbour is impressive, its façade almost entirely made of glass, as is the city’s landmark: the Hallgrímskirkja church tower is 74.5 metres high and the viewing platform offers a phenomenal view over the city and the snow glaciers on the horizon. And if you would like to see the Stratovolcano Snaefellsjökull, famous for its almost unspeakable name, you should book a holiday apartment in Gufunes. Of course we will also help you if you want to travel to the capital of the neighbouring country Norway and live in a Loft in Oslo. Or have a look at Sweden and decide for an Apartment in Stockholm. The North awaits you!