Hotels in Reykjavík, Iceland

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  • Reykjavik Konsulat Hotel, Curio Collection by Hilton

    0.11 miles
  • Canopy by Hilton Reykjavik City Centre

    0.14 miles
  • Iceland Parliament Hotel, Curio Collection by Hilton

    0.21 miles
  • Hilton Reykjavik Nordica

    1.55 miles
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Plan Your Nordic Escape to Reykjavik Hotels

Velkominn! There are countless things to do and places to see in Reykjavik. This culturally vibrant city is rich in history, and the city center has galleries and fascinating museums galore. The town is filled with stunning landscapes, lovely people, delicious food, and an electrifying music scene. Our top hotels in Reykjavik are just the place to lay your head after a full day of exploring the sights and sounds of the city.

Say Ja’takk at the Top Reykjavik Hotels

When in Iceland, do as the Icelanders do! Follow the local tradition of visiting one of Reykjavik's 17 geothermal swimming pools. Think of a gorgeous natural attraction comprised of geothermal hot tubs, natural steam baths, and even a water-slide park. Enjoy a rejuvenating spa in the geothermal hot springs of Blue Lagoon Iceland. The Blue Lagoon is a wildly popular natural spa destination. Relax and soak in an outdoor lagoon in a lava field brimming with mineral-rich waters! Let the warmth calm you, and don't forget the hot sauna room!

Hotels in Reykjavik Under the Northern Ljo’sum

Iceland is famous for its colorful light show in the sky, and lucky visitors can experience an ethereal version of the night horizon. If you've never seen the Northern Lights, be prepared to be enthralled by this majestic ballet in the skies. They can vary in both intensity and colors, often settling on a haunting shade of green. Allow yourself to be completely captivated by this phenomenon that only a few in the world are privy to!

Visit the Viking World Museum and marvel at an exact replica of a vessel discovered during excavations, believed to have been built around the year 870, using only tools available to the Vikings at the time. Discover facts about early Norse settlements and exploration of Europe and North America. Additionally, located in the old harbor is the Reykjavik Maritime Museum, founded in 2004, with a new addition built in 2008. For those interested in sailing, fishing and all things boats, this is a superb museum and must-see. Learn captivating historical facts regarding Iceland's strategic fishing industry, as well as those brave mariners and their life on the icy seas. Discover vast information about the ocean, teeming with sea life. Learn how fish are caught and processed for local sale and exportation. See the former Coast Guard Vessel Ooinn, securely moored to the pier, next to the museum. The fishing industry is the cornerstone of this area's economic vitality.

Best Reykjavik Hotels to Experience the Sea-faring Way of Life

You've heard of boardwalk, moonwalk, and sidewalk. But, what about food walk? Come and enjoy Reykjavik's Food Walk, where you can sample scrumptious Icelandic cuisine on this very popular walking tour. You will visit several Reykjavik eateries, from street food to restaurants. Some of the delicious fare includes cheeses, the famous Icelandic hot dog, and even homemade ice cream! Your taste buds will feast on the many local specialties and one of Reykjavik's most popular tours. We have the best hotels in Reykjavik for your unforgettable stay in Iceland.

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