We stayed here initially for 3 nights, and then a further night at the end of our trip over Easter and would highly recommend it. It's only a short walk from the Flybus terminal and an even shorter walk to the main street at the centre of Reykjavik.
We had requested a double room with a balcony but on arrival, it had been given away so they upgraded us to a studio instead. This was perfect as it has a small kitchen which is great for storing food like snacks etc for a few days. On our last night, we had a standard double. It's cosy but perfectly fine. In both rooms, there are single beds which you can push together, (and which were extremely comfortable in the studio) and the bathroom is essentially a very "compact" ensuite. We were facing the street but there's double-glazing so noise wasn't really an issue. The standard room was on the ground floor though and didn't have thick enough curtains so the light may wake you early. The blinds in the studio on the upper floor meant this wasn't a problem.
The staff were very friendly and the breakfast was superb. They have a computer you can use for free in reception but also have free wireless (or some rooms need a connection) using a Vodafone hotspot with no limits. We used our laptop and it was the same speed, if not faster, than at home. If wireless isn't available and you need a cord, you can borrow one from reception for KR1,000. There are tvs in the room but in the studio the reception was terrible and you could only get one channel. In the standard room, the reception was almost perfect and there were a few channels so I guess it just depends what you get.
There's also offstreet parking if needed and if full, plenty of onstreet parking. Basically, I doubt you can beat the price, location and general feeling of this fantastic B&B.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- A modern, family owned guest house in a "country hotel style".Well located in the old city center. Across the street from Hallgrims church and the beautiful sculpture garden of The National Einar Jensson Gallery. The Flybus from Keflavik airport stops right at our doorstep. Only a few minutes walk away from the busy streets with popular cafes and restaurants, good variety of shops, museums and art galleries. ... more less
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