Hotel Reykjavík Centrum
AddressAdalstræti 16 ReykjavíkSee nearby area
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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.
Services & facilities
- Facilities for disabled guests
- Non-smoking rooms
Bureau de Change/ATM
- Currency exchange
- 24-hour front desk
- Airport shuttle (surcharge)
- Airport shuttle
- Restaurant (à la carte)
- Breakfast in the room
- Free WiFi
- Internet services
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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