travel note:

Due to elevated tourism in Iceland during the month of July, advance reservations for hotel room and flights are highly encouraged.

Room Block links below:

Grand Hotel, Reykjavik

If you have any problems with booking your reservation, please contact Manager, Michael Steinn:

Book Hotel: Search Code SEA0718 & Month of July

Foss Hotel, Reykjavik

If you have any problems with booking your reservation, please contact Booking Manager, Gunnar Már:

Book Hotel: Search Code SEA0718 & Month of July

For Additional hotel options, register with C P Reykjavic Destination Manager to review the selection of other hotels available:
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Eyja – Guldsmeden Hotels

There are 65 rooms at the hotel
Our rooms feature a fourposter bed, flat-screen TV and a private bathroom with shower and free toiletries.

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Hotel Frón

Hotel Fron offers a wide range of great accommodation options. All rooms feature an en-suite
bathroom, a minibar, a telephone, TV, wireless internet access, hairdryer and a safe to store

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Miðgarður - Centerhotels

CenterHotel Miðgarður is the newest member of the CenterHotels family. The hotel is ideally
located in the heart of the city in short walking distance from the main attractions in Reykjavik. The
location makes the hotel the ideal choice for visitors who are searching for a relaxing atmosphere
and at the same time an excellent location to explore the city center.

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Hótel Holt

Hotel Holt has 21 comfortable and bright double or twin rooms, furnished with all modern
amenities to ensure an enjoyable stay.

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Reykjavik Consulate Hotel, Curio Collection by Hilton

With 50 guest rooms, the hotel’s interiors draw influence from Reykjavik’s heritage, with natural building materials used throughout. The hotel’s spa will incorporate an original 19th century stone wall, and its interior reflects the tradition of natural bathing in Icelandic culture.

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Visit Iceland

Iceland is a Nordic island nation that lies above a hotspot, the Iceland Plume, which is believed to have formed the island itself. It is characterized by ongoing volcanism and geothermal phenomena such as geysers and hot springs. Most of the population lives in the capital, Reykjavik, which runs on geothermal power.

Living sustainably is second nature to the Icelandic people. They enjoy sharing information about their lifestyle, which can include baking their bread in the ground or swimming year-round in one of their 120 geothermally-heated public swimming pools. For these reasons, it’s no wonder the World Economic Forum ranked Iceland as the world’s friendliest country for tourists.

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