Reykjavik is the world’s most northerly capital as well as one of its smallest. However what it lacks in size it certainly makes up for in appeal. Set amongst a breathtaking background of snow-topped volcanic mountains the city is characterised by its icy cold air, iconic colourful buildings, great nightlife and the kind of quirky spirit that is synonymous with Bjork. Successfully fusing small town spirit and big city vibrancy Reykjavik is just as well known for its world-class restaurants, cosy cafés, fascinating museums and art galleries as it is for its happening music scene and high spirited Friday-night runtur. The rather raucous pub crawl that round the cities numerous clubs and bars. However it is probably best known for its fantastic geothermal pools. Sitting in one, with the steam rising all around you, is an experience so good you won’t want it to end.
Whilst it doesn’t have all that many luxury or 5 Star hotels, Reykjavik actually has a number of comfortable and reasonably priced hotels within its city limits. If you are planning a visit there in the not too distant future this list of Ten Of The Best Hotels In Reykjavik Iceland is something we are only too happy to suggest.
(For more information about any of the Reykjavik hotels listed below please click on the relevant property name).
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