AddressRanargata 4A ReykjavíkSee nearby area
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Lonely Planet review
In the peaceful old town, within a few blocks of the city’s core, the Metropolitan received a top-to-toe makeover in 2004. This couldn’t alter the small size of its 31 rooms, but they certainly look much better than they did! Facilities stretch to TVs, mini-fridges and wireless internet access, and a lift (elevator) – rare in Iceland in a hotel of this class! Essentially, a fairly basic place in a good location.
Our independent authors have visited Metropolitan Hotel and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Reykjavík.
Description provided by property
Metropolitan Hotel lies on a quiet street, just a 2-minute walk from Ingolfstorg Square. It offers free in-room Wi-Fi and functional rooms close to Reykjavik’s shopping, restaurants and cultural attractions.
A TV, work desk and radio can be found in each guest room. All have a private bathroom with either a shower or bath.
Every morning Metropolitan serves a continental breakfast. Staff will gladly recommend area restaurants for other meals.
The popular Kolaportid Flea Market is a 5-minute walk from the hotel. The harbour, where whale safaris depart regularly, is located 400 meters away.
The hotel can arrange airport transfers to Keflavik International Airport. Contact the reception the night before departure to make a reservation.
If you expect to arrive after 20:00, please inform Metropolitan Hotel in advance.
Please note that there might be a difference in the room rate if you pay in local currency or by credit card (due to currency exchange rates).
Services & facilities
- Non-smoking throughout
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free WiFi
- Internet services
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