Hotel Reykjavík Centrum
AddressAdalstræti 16 ReykjavíkSee nearby area
Lonely Planet review
This central hotel has striking architecture – mezzanines and a glass roof unite two buildings, giving the whole place a spry, light feel. Its 89 neatly proportioned rooms come in two styles: ‘traditional’, with patterned wallpaper and white-painted furniture; and ‘deluxe’, with leather seats and a more contemporary feel. Both have safes, minibars, pay TVs (with films to order), tea-making facilities and wi-fi internet access.
Our independent authors have visited Hotel Reykjavík Centrum and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Reykjavík.
Description provided by property
This hotel is set on one of Reykjavik’s oldest streets, Adalstraeti, 200 metres from Reykjavik Art Museum. It offers a unique Viking exhibition centre, plus in-room satellite TV and tea/coffee facilities.
Hotel Reykjavik Centrum has both hotel rooms and self-service studios. All feature modern décor, fresh bathrooms and wooden floors.
Traditional Icelandic dishes and an extensive wine list are offered at Fjalaköttur, Reykjavik Centrum’s award-winning restaurant. Uppsalir is the hotel’s own café bar.
The hotel was built above the ruins of a Viking-era longhouse. An on-site exhibition centre now honours this historic feature. It also displays Iceland’s oldest human remains, dating back to 870 AD.
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