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This hotel is first class all the way. It means that everything is taken care of and everything cost money. We had a small issue with housekeeping, but the front desk staff made it right, no questions asked. We had the breakfast buffet one morning...More
Great place to stay but it was about 40-45 minutes walk to downtown. The staff were very friendly and helpful. We had breakfast included ....... A large variety of food and all you could eat. City busses stop right outside the hotel and they gave...More
A lovely sleek hotel with friendly staff. A basic but clean room! The best thing about the room was the spectacular views of the mountains. Hotel is a short bus ride in to the town. Trips were quick and easy to book, we did the...More
This is a modern hotel , very clean and modern -
Checking in - very quick and rooms were available at 12 pm - rooms - ours was roomy , clean and modern . Large tv -excellent free wifi. Bathroom good size hot water and...More
This hotel and staff were absolutely outstanding. Very concerned with making sure that my stay was comfortable and that my wife and I had everything that we required. They went above and beyond. Hotel layout is nice as well with the large lounge area with...More
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Response from katring4, Front Office Manager at Hilton Reykjavik NordicaResponded 27 June 2016
Thank you for your wonderful review and you recent stay with us! We were delighted having you staying with us and to read your lovely review
We are glad that we were able to make your stay above and beyond pleasurable and we look forward...More
Greyline offers the best options, as you can pick your departure time from either the airport or your hotel, then come back on any bus later in the day (so you can stay for an hour or 6 hours if you want). We paid around... More
Greyline offers the best options, as you can pick your departure time from either the airport or your hotel, then come back on any bus later in the day (so you can stay for an hour or 6 hours if you want). We paid around $120 to go from our hotel and booked it through Viator. So I would check Viator for the tour options or your hotel concierge by calling them or emailing them to book it.
Response from 50StatesBy50 | Reviewed this property |
The city bus stops directly in front of the main doors of the hotel across the street. It's maybe a 1 minute walk out the front door to the bus stop. I don't know the bus numbers that stop there, but there are several... More
The city bus stops directly in front of the main doors of the hotel across the street. It's maybe a 1 minute walk out the front door to the bus stop. I don't know the bus numbers that stop there, but there are several buses. The bus routes are shown at the bus stop.
It takes roughly 5-10 minutes to get to center city on the bus. You can actually walk the route in about 20-25 minutes depending on where you are going.
We used the bus once and took it to the National Museum of Iceland and then walked back, stopping at the Hallgrimskirkja before continuing on. It took about 20 minutes from the church back to the hotel and about 15 minutes from the Museum to the church.
I can't remember the price of the bus ticket (300 or 400 krona?), but you can get the tickets directly from the hotel concierge and if you do not use then, you can return them for a full refund.
I don't know how later the run, but my guess is at least until 9 PM.
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"Ask for the type of room you want. They are very accommodating."