During a 14-day stay in Iceland I stayed in 6 places. This "hotel" was by far the worst. The location was great.
I was travelling alone and did have a double bed which was a bonus.
However, the staff were bordering on unfriendly. The room was tiny. The bathroom was poorly ventilated so the smell of damp and sulphur was not good. There was no room for a suitcase let alone the 2 large holdalls. It was impossible to dry a load of damp diving kit. The bedspread was stained but at least the sheets were clean. I asked for a wake call at 7am and was woken at 7.45am when my pick up from the hotel was at 8am!!! I grabbed a cuppa and a piece of fruit for breakfast, there wasn't much more on offer and it did not look very appetising.
All in all I wouldn't stay here again.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Metropolitan Hotel lies on a quiet street, just a 2-minute walk from Ingolfstorg Square (city center). It offers free in-room Wi-Fi and functional rooms close to Reykjavik’s shopping, restaurants and cultural attractions.A TV, work desk and radio can be found in each guest room. All have a private bathroom with either a shower or bath.Every morning Metropolitan serves a continental breakfast. Staff will gladly recommend area restaurants for other meals.The popular Kolaportid Flea Market is a 5-minute walk from the hotel. The harbour, where whale safaris depart regularly, is located 400 meters away. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Metropolitan Hotel Reykjavík