The staff is friendly, accommodating and knowledgeable. The rooms are clean, comfortable and have great amenities. The Bath House has a sauna and pool - terrific after a day of sightseeing! Location is close to restaurants, shopping and sights.
kmeyers2018 36 yrs, Konsulat, Read 0 reviews »
Konsulat Hotel Reykjavik
- Situated in the oldest part of the city. A short walk from many cultural sites including the Icelandic Parliment.
- The hotel has history; formally a 20th Century department store and the spa features a 19th-century stone wall.
- All the rooms are typically Icelandic and natural building materials have been used throughout.
Facilities includeWifi Spa Room Service Restaurant Bar
- Blue Lagoon
- Horse Riding
- Buggy Riding
- Whale watching
- Superjeep Tours
Seasons in Iceland
About Konsulat Hotel Reykjavik
Formally a 20th century department store, The Reykjavik Konsulat Hotel is situated in the oldest part of the city at the junction of Icelandic history and style. Sympathetically redecorated, the Reykavik Konsulat Hotel combines eclectic architecture that nods to historical times with modern amenities that will make your stay as luxurious as possible.
Set in the heart of the city centre, the Reykavik Konsulat is quick walk from the Harpa Concert Hall, Parliament buildings and the famous Laugavegur street, bustling with shops and top restaurants. The famous Sun Voyager Sculpture is just a short amble away, as well as the National Museum of Iceland, meaning there is plenty of opportunity to soak up the history of an authentic Iceland.
Located in the heart of Reykavik city, close to Icelands parliament, the Harpa Concert Hall and Laugavegur main shopping street.
How to get there
The hotel is just over an hours drive 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 and rain and bringing plenty of layers and in summer suncream!
Travelling with children
Reykjavik Konsulat Hotel welcomes children of all ages.
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