Hotel Borg is a fabulous hotel to stay while in Reykjavik. It has the old world charm, very comfortable, reasonably large rooms, very well located, quiet at the same time. Above all,the staff is warm and welcoming to make your stay a memorable one!
JPHazarat 31 yrs, Borg, Read 0 reviews »
- The very first luxury hotel to be built in Iceland, an art deco elegant hotel with plenty of facilities.
- Set on one of the most scenic and pleasantly landscaped squares of the city, Austurvöllur. Perfectly located for days exploring.
- Originally built for famous Icelandic strong-man and adventurer Jóhannes Jósefsson.
Facilities includeWi Fi Gym Spa Restaurant Bar
- Blue Lagoon
- Buggy Riding
- Glacier Hike
- Whale Watching
- Superjeep Tours
- Helicopter Tour
- Into the Volcano
- Northern Lights Safari
Seasons in Iceland
About Hotel Borg
The very first luxury hotel to be built in Iceland, Hotel Borg merges high end Art Deco elegance with modern flair and a range of luxury amenities, whilst still exuding an air of intimacy. Set on one of the most scenic and beautifully landscaped squares in the city centre, the hotels esteemed neighbours include the Icelandic parliament and Reykjavik Cathedral, whilst also being located a two-minute walk from the main shopping street, bustling with restaurants and bars.
Originally constructed for the famous Icelandic adventurer Johannes Josefsson, Hotel Borg first opened its doors in 1930 and has been catering to their visitors every need since. Relax in the recently built spa, complete with relaxation annex, steam bath and sauna, and tantalise your taste buds with skilfully prepared Icelandic dishes such as Char and Langoustine.
Set on one of the most scenic and pleasantly landscaped squared in the city centre, the hotels esteemed neighbours include the Icelandic parliament and Reykjavik Cathedral.
How to get there
Hotel Borg is just a 45 minute transfer from Keflavik International Airport.
When to go
Weather in Iceland is often completely unpredictable. In summer there is a fair chance of bright and sunny days with temperatures reaching up to 17 degrees celcius. Winter weather in Iceland can be a frosty and dark affair with temperatures fluctuating around freezing point. Northern lights can be seen between September and January, with nights being light from mid May to early August, the sun never fully setting in June.
Its important to pack for any eventuality, preparing for wind, rain and snow in winter and suncream for the summer months!
Travelling with children
Hotel Borg welcomes children of all ages.
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