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Reykjavik Hotels Information

Hotels in Reykjavik

348

Hotels Prices From

£63

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Travel high season

Jun - Aug

Travel low season

Mar - May

High season avg price

£242

Low season avg price

£163
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Dec - Feb
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£209
£111£322
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1ºC
COLDEST
-9ºC19ºC
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35in
15 in39 in
Mar - May
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£186
LOWEST
£111£322
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4ºC
-9ºC19ºC
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25in
15 in39 in
Jun - Aug
Avg. price/night
£277
HIGHEST
£111£322
Avg. temperature
11ºC
WARMEST
-9ºC19ºC
Avg. precipitation
20in
DRIEST
15 in39 in
Sep - Nov
Avg. price/night
£217
£111£322
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5ºC
-9ºC19ºC
Avg. precipitation
37in
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15 in39 in
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Hotels near the sights

  • Hallgrimskirkja
    Hallgrimskirkja is the largest church in the country, and towers over the centre of Reykjavik. Its 73-metre-high tower provides a wonderful 360° view over all Reykjavik, the mountains around and the ocean streaching west to Greenland and the Americas. Because of this, the tower is among the most visited tourist destinations in Reykjavik. Tower admission Adults: ISK 1000 Children: ISK 100 (ages 7-16) Tickets are sold in the church shop. Access to the tower is only by lift. At the top there are a few steps to the open-air viewing platform. Winter (October – April): 09:00 – 17:00. Tower closes 16:30. Summer (May – September): 09:00 – 21:00. Tower closes 20:30. The tower is closed on Sundays from 10:30 – 12:15 during mass at 11:00. Hallgrimskirkja is an active, working church and sometimes we may close the church without notice, especially due to weddings or funerals. Everyone is welcome to join services and concerts, but we ask visitors to stay the whole time to avoid disturbance.
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  • Perlan
    Perlan is a Nature Exploratorium and one of Reykjavik’s main landmarks. You can learn all about Icelandic nature in a fun and interactive ways at Perlan's museum. Some highlights include a real indoor ice cave, hands-on exhibits, a life-size bird cliff full of life, and a show about volcanoes. There is also a Planetarium dome theatre where the northern lights virtually dance all around you. --- The 360 views from Perlan are spectacular in all directions. You see all over the Reykjavik area, the ocean, and the mountains around --- Perlan is close to the city center and there is plenty of free parking.---
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  • Sun Voyager
    Created to celebrate the city of Reykjavik's 200th birthday, this "dream boat" sculpture represents hope, progress, and freedom.
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  • Harpa Reykjavik Concert Hall and Conference Centre
    Harpa Concert Hall and Conference Centre at the heart of Reykjavik is an award-winning building situated at the old harbour. Harpa opened its doors in 2011 and boasts a wide variety of hosted events where all musical genres play a part. Harpa won the Mies van der Rohe Award in 2013 for architecture. Harpa was designed by Olafur Eliasson, Henning Larssen architects and Batteri architects. Harpa is the residency of the Iceland Symphony Orchestra, The Icelandic Opera and the Reykjavik Big Band. Harpa is a state of the art conference centre. Harpa was awarded the prestigious MICE Report award for best conference centre in Northern Europe. Harpa is also the home of several regular shows: - How to become Icelandic in 60 minutes - Pearls of Icelandic Songs - Icelandic Sagas: The Greatest Hits - Reykjavík Classics - Mulinn Jazz Club - The Tin Drum Series - Bowie: The Session - The Icelandic Emigration Center's Exhibit
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  • The settlement exhibition
    The Settlement Exhibition - Step into the Viking Age. An open excavation where Viking ruins meet digital technology. Just below ground in downtown Reykjavik, this open excavation uncovers the city's Viking Age history. Discovered during building work, then carefully excavated, these remnants of the past are the earliest evidence of human settlement in the city. Family-friendly, including a children's activity area, this multimedia exhibition uses creative technology to immerse you in the Viking Age. Open daily 09:00-18:00 (9 am - 6 pm). Guided tours in summer on weekdays at 11:00. Address: Tryggvagata 15, 101 Reykjavik The Settlement Exhibition is part of Reykjavik City Museum: One museum in five unique places. Welcome!
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  • Laugavegur
    One of Reykjavik's oldest streets, this stretch of road is the capital's main shopping attraction—with lots of shops, restaurants, and bars.
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  • Ring Road
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  • Arbaer Open Air Museum
    Árbær Open Air Museum - A day out of time Reykjavík's open-air museum, where you can stroll through the past and experience the way we lived. Fun, fascinating and full of surprises, this living museum takes you on a journey through time. Reykjavík's early history is preserved in a series of lovingly-restored homes, where you'll encounter costumed guides, grazing animals and traditional crafts. Exhibitions, demonstrations and tours reveal how Reykjavík came to life, from a few scattered farms to a vibrant capital city. JUNE - AUGUST Open daily 10 AM - 5 PM. SEPTEMBER - MAY Open daily 1 PM - 5 PM. Daily guided tours in English, all year round, at 1 PM - no booking necessary. No guided tours on Dec 25, Jan 1, Good Friday & Easter Sunday. Árbær Open Air Museum is part of Reykjavík City Museum: One museum in five unique places. Welcome!
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  • Aurora Reykjavik
    Aurora Reykjavík, The Northern Lights Center is the first and only museum entirely dedicated to the Aurora Borealis in Iceland. Conveniently located in the Grandi Harbour District, the Center is a must-see when in Iceland. Whether you are planning your Aurora hunt or simply want to learn about the phenomenon, we have you covered! Dive into the world of the northern lights in a unique multimedia environment. Discover our interactive displays and our extensive collection of Aurora photography and videos - all captured by our award winning photographers and founders. The visit includes: • Northern Lights mythology around the Arctic • Aurora Science, from what causes the northern lights to the way our eyes see them • Our exclusive timelapse Aurora movie and world's first northern lights VR experience • Practical tips: maximise your chances of seeing the Aurora and learn how to take perfect northern lights photos • Meet the experts, we are happy to share our knowledge • Unique Souvenirs
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  • Laugardalslaug
    Frequented by locals and travelers alike, this sports and swimming complex has a variety of hot and cold pools for soaking, including Iceland's largest pool.
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