We spent many nights here at the start and end of our two week trip to Iceland. The hotel was clean, service was extremely friendly/helpful, and the rooms were adequately sized.
However, there were some issues with the hotel:
- breakfast in the morning was not very good. The eggs were powdered at best and hot dishes were not necessarily hot.
- while close to downtown (a 20 - 30 minute leisurely walk), it's still not as close as other hotels of course
- the rooms were crazy hot. The first few nights we had an inside room overlooking the reception area so opening a window wasn't very helpful. At the end of our trip, the room overlooked the front and yet, the room was so uncomfortably hot. We were told that temperature was set by the floor and could not be changed. We asked for fans so that the rooms were more comfortable. Odd that we had no control over the temperature.
- 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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- Also Known As:
- Top Cityline Grand Reykjavík