I huskyer this hotel in June 2011. Upon arrival we were told our room should be ready in 30 min. Two houres later we were given access to the room. The women in the reception showed no interest in helping us, and she wore her uniform in a very sloppy manner. Not the best welcome!
The rooms Are spacious and have good beds, but there Are no aircondition and you can only open one tiny window. This makes the room unbearably hot with heavy and dense air. Further there was no coverage for the paid internet in my room on the 10th floor. Internet is free in the lobbey only ( this is 2011).
Breakfast is average, and the hotel is in the middle of nowhere. Expect 25 min walk to get die roen, or to spend ca 20$ each way in a cab.
Lobby area is nice, and you can choose from a large variety of guided trips. All sold from the reception. Small buses will pick you up at the hotel.
Hotel bar had happy hour every day between 5 and 7 om (50% off)
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Grand Hotel Reykjavik is a first-class, four star hotel for business travelers, conference guests and tourists who demand excellent service and facilities. Grand Hotel Reykjavik is now the largest hotel in Iceland with a total of 311 rooms and 15 meeting and conference halls, seating anywhere from 6 to 470 people. Grand Hotel Reykjavik is a member of Top International.The hotel is situated in a quiet area within a short distance from all services, recreation and business centers. ... more less
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- Top Cityline Grand Reykjavík