Reykjavik

23 Oct 2019 - 24 Oct 2019

2 guests - 1 room

Total price for 1 night, 2 guests, 1 room
Includes compulsory taxes, charges and fees that can be reasonably calculated in advance.

Where to Stay in Reykjavik

Reykjavik is a five-hour plane ride from the East Coast of the U.S., but it will feel like you’re entering another world. You’ll find many convenient hotels near the Keflavik International Airport. If you want to be closer to the action, you can stay in the downtown area, called 101 Reykjavik. Quieter areas that are still near the city sights include “West Town” 107 Reykjavik and “East Town” 105 Reykjavik.

Downtown/City Centre 101 Reykjavik

The majority of museums, shopping centres, restaurants, night clubs, and last-minute hotels in Reykjavik are located in 101. Stroll through Austurvoller Square or take the whole family to the Settlement Exhibition that houses a 10th-century excavated longhouse. Other attractions include the Reykjavik City theatre, the literary treasures at the Culture House, and Harpa (home to symphony, opera and more).

1. Kex Hostel

If you're looking for cheap hotels in Reykjavik, head to the Kex Hostel. It offers great rates on double, family and dorm-style lodging.

2. 22 Hill Hotel

A great example of the mid-range hotels in Reykjavik, this site is near shopping on Laugavegur street. It also features a breakfast buffet and free Wi-Fi.

3. 101 Hotel

The 101 Hotel is a true boutique hotel in Reykjavik. This five-story hotel features large, airy rooms and an in-house art gallery.

West Town/107 Reykjavik

West Town gets you away from the noisy late-night festivities of downtown while remaining within walking distance of several attractions. While it was once the centre of the city's fishing industry, it is now the most sought-after district in all of Iceland.

1. Athena Guesthouse

This is one of the best cheap hotels in Reykjavik. This hotel feature kitchenettes, free Wi-Fi, parking and breakfast included.

East Town/105 Reykjavik

Like West Town, East Town offers a quieter night's sleep while still staying within walking distance of downtown. Hotels found here are great for people who aren't fans of heavy traffic.

1. Eyja Guldsmeden Hotel

This mid-range hotel is located close to Hlemmur Square. It features an on-site restaurant and is wheelchair-accessible.

Reykjavik Airport Hotels

For late-night arrivals and early-morning departures, nothing beats staying close to the airport. Reykjavik International Airport (RKV) is right in downtown 101 Reykjavik. It is a smaller, mostly regional airport. Keflavik International Airport (KEF) is Iceland's largest airport and is located about 50 kilometres from Reykjavik.

1. Icelandair Hotel Reykjavik Natura

This mid-range hotel offers many amenities of upper-range facilities. In addition to free Wi-Fi, they provide room service and a fitness centre.

Keflavik International Airport Hotels

1. Diamond Suites

This 5-star boutique hotel in Reykjavik has a pool and a fitness centre. They include breakfast and airport transportation.

Spa Hotels in Reykjavik

For ultimate relaxation or winding down after a busy day, spa hotels offer guests a way to get away from it all. Reykjavik's spa hotels offer it all, from massages to heated pools.

1. Hotel Borg

This luxury hotel is located in the heart of Reykjavik and overlooks Austurvollur Square. Enjoy their sauna and heated pool or schedule a massage or treatment.

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What are travellers saying about Reykjavik?

9.8
Adventure Travellers
8.6
Outdoor Enthusiasts
8.0
Backpackers
7.1
Green Travellers
6.9
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Member reviews (146)
Josiah  Barros
Josiah Barros
10/08/2019

I had a fun time here and the people are so friendly. I definitely recommend seeing the blue lagoon while you are there.

Wendy P
Wendy P
22/07/2019

I loved Reykjavik! The people, the scenery, it’s out of this world! Very open and friendly people! I went as a solo female traveler and loved every minute of it! It is pricey but I was able to budget and come back with money to spare!

Megan M
Megan M
17/05/2019

Even though it rained our whole trip, it was truly lovely! We will be coming back!

Mathew Graves
Mathew Graves
15/05/2019

The food and the beautiful scenery, if you get chance, try some lobster soup, and don't miss out on traditional Icelandic puffin.

FAQs

The least expensive month is January, with an average of £130 per night. The most expensive month to stay in Reykjavik is July, with an average price of £207 per night.
The average price of a hotel in October last year was £149 per night. This is 7% less than the average nightly price of £161 seen over the previous 12 months.
In Reykjavik, the expected average temperature in October is 5.1°C/41.1°F. The warmest month is typically July, which averages 14.0°C/57.2°F. The coolest month is February, with temperatures averaging -2.8°C/27.0°F.
The nearest airport to Reykjavik is Reykjavik Domestic (RKV) (1.66 miles). Other nearby airports include: Reykjavik Keflavik (23.86 miles)

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