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Hotels in Reykjavik

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Currency & Cost

The currency used in Reykjavik is the Icelandic krona.

£10 = 2 cappuccinos, or 2 hotdogs.

Languages

The most commonly spoken language is Icelandic.

Local Time

No time difference !

Frequently Asked Questions

Despite its northerly latitude, Reykjavik is unusually mild, especially in the winter. Although there is high annual rainfall, summers are generally very mild, and you can enjoy an almost unlimited amount of daylight between mid-June and early July. To see the magnificent Northern Lights, visit during the winter, and travel to the countryside to get the best views.
Hotels in the City Centre, also known as Miðborg, are good choice for travellers who want to be close to hip bars, restaurants and cafes. Along the busy streets you will also find the majority of Reykjavik’s museums and galleries. Don’t miss the peculiarly shaped Lutheran parish Church, Hallgrimskirkja, and the Harpa Concert Hall. At the latter you can enjoy the Icelandic Opera and Symphony Orchestra. Step outside and watch the honeycomb glass building glisten above the city lake, Tjörnin. The area is popular with locals and can be rather lively and noisy at the weekends. Therefore, staying at hotels in Reykjavik’s City Centre at this time may be less ideal for families. You can experience Icelandic culture by taking a dip in one of Reykjavik’s eighteen pools. They are very popular with locals due to their low entry fee. Some are free too, for instance, the small natural pool and footbath: Nauthólsvík and Kvika. Many of the pools are more like a luxury spa experience, whereas others are better for children. In the City Centre there is Iceland’s oldest public baths, Sundhöllin. This pool is large and perfect for keen swimmers. Hotels in Laugardalur Valley are perfect for families as it is Reykjavik’s sports and activities hub. Take your pick from The Family Park and Zoo, the Botanical Gardens, Laugardalshöll sporting arena and an indoor ice rink. Of course, there’s also an outdoor thermal pool – Reykjavik’s largest in fact. Laugardalslaug has large indoor and outdoor pools, a children’s pool and paddling pool, hot tubs, two waterslides and even a mini golf course.

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