Hotel Reykjavík Centrum maintains the beauty and charm of bygone times and is located in the heart of Reykjavík
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City | Food & wine | History & culture
Situated on Aðalstræti, one of Reykjavík’s oldest streets in one of the city’s liveliest districts, the charming Reykjavík Centrum is perfectly placed for fun and a wonderful base to start an Icelandic adventure. Ideally situated in the heart of cafes and bars, there are plenty of museums, galleries and churches offering a cultural antidote too.
Rooms here are kitted out in a sophisticated Scandinavian style, all pinewood floor and pastel tones. Deluxe rooms and suites, as well as four sleek studio apartments, with kitchenettes and living rooms are all beautifully designed, with a calm and clean feel and all mod-cons. Junior Suites are the best rooms on the property, as you get extra space and as they are spread over two floors, the upstairs boasts a balcony perfect for a bit of fresh air.
The hotel’s restaurant, Fjalakötturinnis is rather special – as popular with local foodies as it is with guests. The menu is inventive and extensive, with the focus on regionally inspired dishes and fresh seafood, including dishes such as Icelandic pearl tomatoes and rye-bread ice cream, or smoked lamb carpaccio with blueberries, hazelnuts and thyme. The bar offers simpler but still delicious meals, along with some fabulous cocktails.
First class hotel facilities include a lounge, bar, two conference rooms, business services and high-speed internet access, alongside a cafe and bar with a charming terrace open in afternoon and evenings.
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From a secluded, log-cabin stay to visiting a geothermal spa and spotting the Northern Lights from an outdoor hot tub, this Iceland escape is full of romance. You'll also explore the natural wonders of the Golden Circle before ending with Reykjavik's historic charm.
Iceland's wildlife is best seen in summer, when humpback, minke and giant blue whales can be spotted off the coast at Reykjavik and Húsavík, and millions of puffins draw birders to the clifftops of the Westman Islands
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