(Reykjavik) 3 3 Star:
Per Person Per Night
- Ideal for exploring Reykjavik at your leisure
- On-site salad bar, serving a range of hot & cold dishes
- On-site bar area
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The Hotel Cabin is a comfortable hotel located a short walk away from the main street of Reykjavik, Laugavegur providing excellent value for money. From the hotel all attraction such as Laugardalslaug swimming pool are easily accessed.
All standard rooms are small but comfortable, ideal for those who wish to spend less for accommodation, all room offer a private bathroom with shower. For a larger room guests can choose to upgrade to a Superior Room and for spectacular views the Superior Rooms with a View are on the 7th floor.
After a busy day in Reykjavik guests can choose to relax in the bar, happy hour is between 4 and 6pm. The hotel also offers a salad bar which features a wide variety of dishes, both hot and cold, as well as a choice of two different soups.
Hotel Facilities & Services
- Non-Smoking throughout the hotel
- Lift to all Floors
- Ground Floor Rooms
- Direct Dial Telephone
- Parking at Hotel Free: Yes
- Name: KEFLAVIK
- Distance: 51 kilometres
Bar and Restaurant
Breakfast served from
- Saturday/Sunday: 06:00
- Monday to Friday: 06:00
Breakfast served to
- Saturday/Sunday: 10:00
- Monday to Friday: 10:00
- Bar in Hotel
- Restaurant in hotel
- Nearest Airport Name: Keflavik Distance: 51 kilometres
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SuperBreak Customer Rating
- Overall: SuperBreak Overall Rating: 3.0 out of 5 based on 1 review
- Sleep: SuperBreak Sleep Rating: 3.0 out of 5
- Breakfast: SuperBreak Breakfast Rating: 3.0 out of 5
- Staff: SuperBreak Staff Rating: 4.0 out of 5
- Location: SuperBreak Location Rating: 3.0 out of 5
TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
- Overall: based on 2240 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
Stay Date: 15/12/2016, a customer aged 45-64 who stayed in this hotel wrote this review.
The hotel we knew would be basic and It was but when we had a problem with our room, electricity wires showing. We were upgraded immediately to a better room, which made our stay much better than it could have been. All the tours were excellent, on t… See more
The hotel we knew would be basic and It was but when we had a problem with our room, electricity wires showing. We were upgraded immediately to a better room, which made our stay much better than it could have been. All the tours were excellent, on time and well organised and good guides. The Northern lights we didn't see but had two chances to go and we understand it was weather dependent. We were quite a walk from the City Centre (40 minutes) and the City itself was not overly pretty, but it was an interesting trip and a good experience. It was for my daughters 21st, so I wanted something a bit special, on a budget! Collapse
Overall Hotel Rating: 3 out of 5
- Destination: 3 out of 5
- Sleep: 3 out of 5
- Breakfast: 3 out of 5
- Staff: 4 out of 5
- Blue Lagoon: 4 out of 5
- Golden Circle: 5 out of 5
- northern lights: 3 out of 5
- Icelandic fish : 5 out of 5
Basic, clean and quite a distance from Reykjavic main centre.
Stay Date: 02/2018, Michelle M wrote this review.
The hotel was basic, our room had two single beds and a toilet with a free standing shower cubicle. No hairdryer or tea/coffee making facilities was provided. Two single beds pushed together, small area for hanging up clothes and although we were t… See more
The hotel was basic, our room had two single beds and a toilet with a free standing shower cubicle. No hairdryer or tea/coffee making facilities was provided. Two single beds pushed together, small area for hanging up clothes and although we were told the room would have no window we actually had a sea view. Except when it snowed, there wasn't much visibility then. The restaurant provided a typical breakfast - cereal, bread/toast, crackers, cheese, meat, boiled egg. I did notice gluten free cereal. Juice, tea and coffee were also provided. The dinner was a buffet and not that great for 1950kr each. Lots of trips provided by the hotel via the main two companies - Gray Line, and Reykjavik Excursions. Small gift shop that sold a lot of the same items found in the town centre. It was quite a walk into the main centre of Reykjavik from the hotel via the sea front or the city roads. I wouldn't recommend this hotel for those who's mobility is poor, unless they have extra money for taxi's. There is a small pharmacy close to the hotel, and a Subway sandwich shop and a juice bar in the petrol station across the road. Collapse
Wouldn’t stay anywhere else!
Stay Date: 02/2018, hockeyfan5 wrote this review.
My daughter & I stayed here for five nights as part of a package from Gate 1. We didn’t choose the hotel-Hotel Cabin was the default hotel-but I’m glad that’s where we stayed! Hotel Cabin is in an ideal location, close to the city center, with the c… See more
My daughter & I stayed here for five nights as part of a package from Gate 1. We didn’t choose the hotel-Hotel Cabin was the default hotel-but I’m glad that’s where we stayed! Hotel Cabin is in an ideal location, close to the city center, with the choice of either a quick walk up the street or a beautiful path along the ocean to chose from. You can be in downtown Reykjavík in 15 minutes or take the bus which stops just up the street. It’s perfect for tours, as the buses come right to the door. (Staying in other parks of Reykjavík is not nearly as convenient, as buses are not allowed in those areas, so tourists have to meet the buses at a central stop or be picked up at specific locations. It’s nice to be able to watch out the window of your nice, warm lobby instead of standing outside!) There’s a Subway, smoothie shop, convenience store & a bank with ATM across the street & a grocery store within a few blocks. This grocery store was much less expensive than others we were in, so it’s a good choice when picking up some extra food. (There was a small frig in our superior room.) The hotel was clean, with friendly, helpful staff. The standard rooms are very tiny, but the upgraded ones, although small, are more than adequate, especially when all you plan to do there is sleep. Upon check in, I requested a room with an ocean view, & we were not disappointed. Although a building across the street blocked part of it, we had a lovely view of the ocean from the 5th floor. The room was very warm & we loved the towel warmer in the bathroom. Towels were thin, but adequate, & the desk provided extra when asked. There is a tour desk & small gift shop on property, & the gentlemen working there were great-even checking on tours we had not booked through them. If you have any questions about tours, they are very helpful & the gift shop prices are very reasonable. (The chocolate is great!) Hotel Cabin caters to school groups, so don’t be surprised to see lots of teenagers about. Only one group was loud, but since they’re all housed in the standard rooms, they didn’t disturb us. Good to request a room further down the hall from the elevator & steps though. Food at the restaurant is monotonous. Breakfast is identical every day, so don’t expect anything different during your visit. The views from the 7th floor were great, so just relax & enjoy it while you eat yet another hard boiled egg! Dinner downstairs is probably the best deal in Reykjavik. It’s about $20 for all you can eat. Once again, the menu is monotonous, with only one hot entree available. It changed nightly (fish cakes, sausage, fish casserole), as did the delicious soups, of which there were two nightly. The salad bar menu was the same, but tasty & you can’t beat the price! Hotel Cabin gets my vote for the most convenient, reasonably priced hotel in Reykjavik! Collapse
Stay Date: 02/2018, Michael L wrote this review.
Average low priced hotel room. The superior is what a standard would be in most places. If your looking to keep costs low this is a good place. The first couple days were odd because the mattresses were being replaced in much of the hotel causing de… See more
Average low priced hotel room. The superior is what a standard would be in most places. If your looking to keep costs low this is a good place. The first couple days were odd because the mattresses were being replaced in much of the hotel causing delays in getting your room. With superior room comes a free basic breakfast of cheese and cereal among other items. Collapse
Stay Date: 01/2018, cameronag wrote this review.
We spent four nights at the Hotel Cabin during a short break in Iceland. We weren't expecting much but this hotel was just right for this trip. Although it's only rated 3 stars it does have 24 reception as well as a bar and restaurant. The restauran… See more
We spent four nights at the Hotel Cabin during a short break in Iceland. We weren't expecting much but this hotel was just right for this trip. Although it's only rated 3 stars it does have 24 reception as well as a bar and restaurant. The restaurant is a fairly basic buffet offering one hot dish and a range of salad items for lunch or dinner. There's no pudding or dessert. Breakfast is also buffet- or 'continental'-style but more than adequate. Timings were strictly adhered to to allow staff to clean and prepare for the next opening. Meanwhile the bar serves coffee, tea, beer, wine and spirits in the hotel lobby which was well set out with comfortable seating. Prices, like everywhere else in Reykjavik, are high. A pint of beer costs around £8 at current exchange rates. Happy hour is a 2-for-1 deal which is very welcome! The standard rooms are simple but comfortable with shower and toilet en suite and a wall-mounted LED TV offering a limited range of local and english-speaking channels. There's no tea or coffee making facility so take your own if you can. Back downstairs in the lobby there's a small gift shop selling a range of souvenirs and essential items which also doubles as a tour booking office. Staff in the gift shop and throughout the hotel were helpful and friendly and always dealt promptly with an request or query. The waterfront is just across the road and the city centre is about a 15 minute walk away with no steep hills along the way. Overall we felt this hotel offered good value for money and we would stay there again. Collapse
Stay Date: 12/2017, Maria S wrote this review.
Decent and convenient. Walking distance to the city centre. Will stay again when I come back to Reykjavik. Rooms are clean and well presented. Breakfast buffet is value for money. Has great views of the snow capped mountains.
Decent and convenient. Walking distance to the city centre. Will stay again when I come back to Reykjavik. Rooms are clean and well presented. Breakfast buffet is value for money. Has great views of the snow capped mountains. Collapse
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