Okay, for most of our stay, the cloud and rain would have obscured much of the view, but we benefited from a crack in the clouds and the lights of Reykjavik were on display. And this was a short walk up the hill from our hotel.
This was the rotating restaurant atop the Perlan building. Rotating to provide a 360° view - I imagine this would be even more spectacular in the Summer evenings! There was only a buffet available, but this allowed us to sample a range of Icelandic treats. Price was not cheap, but the quality of food and service was worth it.
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