We had no problem finding the apartments, getting parked or checking in. The check-in instructions are very clear and easy to understand and can be followed easily without a problem to get access to the apartment.
Once inside we found the apartment warm and cosy (it was still cold and a bit snowy when we visited at Easter) and well appointed with everything we needed for a few nights stay. Reykjavik's hot water supply is of course almost unlimited and slightly sulphuric to smell, but to me that is one of the interesting points of visiting and I'm sure it did my skin some good! The city centre is compact and we could easily walk to whatever we wanted to see, and equally easily use the car to get out of town.
We found the apartments a pleasant change from a hotel with the extra space of a lounge to relax, and as eating out in Iceland is an expensive business, having the ability to self cater in the apartment kitchen offers significant value. Would recommend.More