Grand Hotel Reykjavik
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The 4* superior Grand Hotel Reykjavik is centrally located in the capital of Iceland, positioned in a quiet area of the city. It is within easy reach of all attractions and the main shopping street, Laugavegur, meaning you can enjoy the best of what the city has to offer at your leisure.
The Grand Hotel Reykjavik offers 314 comfortable and spacious guest rooms and are well equipped with first class amenities including modern furnishings, satellite TV, fridge, tea and coffee making facilities. All the rooms have high speed internet access and room service is available 24-hours a day.
At the Grand restaurant guests can enjoy culinary art at its best serving Icelandic and Nordic cuisine. Miðgarður Bar and Torfastofa Lounge are open daily with a great selection of light meals and a wide range of wines and cocktails, happy hour is available every day from 17:00-19:00pm. Grand Hotel Reykjavik also offers a beautiful indoor spa with massage parlour and an all-round calm and relaxing atmosphere. Guests receive a 20% discount of the admission fee.
Hotel Facilities & Services
- Total Floors Number: 14
- Total Rooms Number: 311
- Non-Smoking throughout the hotel
- 24 hour front desk
- Lift to all Floors
- Multilingual Staff
- Concierge Desk
- Tea and Coffee Making Facilities
- Internet Access
- Mini bar
- Room Service 24hr: Yes
- Non Smoking Rooms
- Direct Dial Telephone
- Iron/Ironing Board
- Laundry/Dry Cleaning Services
- Parking at Hotel Cost: 0.00 Per Stay
- Sauna Free: No
- Laundry Free: No
- Gym Free: Yes
- Name: Keflavik Airport
- Distance: 50 kilometres
- Interconnecting Rooms
Bar and Restaurant
- Bar in Hotel
- Restaurant in hotel
- Nearest Airport Name: Keflavik Airport Distance: 50 kilometres
To view our full selection of accommodation in Reykjavik, view our hotels in Reykjavik page.
TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
- Overall: based on 1427 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
Stay Date: 01/2017, Audiogrl wrote this review.
Not in city center, but they have a shuttle that will drop you off (I did not take it, but friends did and said it didn't pick you up). Room larger than most European rooms. Clean with check in, but house keeping does minimum. They haven't cleaned … See more
Not in city center, but they have a shuttle that will drop you off (I did not take it, but friends did and said it didn't pick you up). Room larger than most European rooms. Clean with check in, but house keeping does minimum. They haven't cleaned or brought new cups all week and I've been using them. Also they haven't swept/vacuumed the floor since we checked in. My friends ordered breakfast with their booking and have loved it. Free wifi and plenty of parking Collapse
A lovely base
Stay Date: 01/2017, 627traceyh wrote this review.
We stayed here for 4 nights recently and were impressed when we walked in. The grand entrance complete with stained glass windows, atrium and even its own waterfall of sorts, is very impressive. The staff were friendly, helpful and very efficient. Ou… See more
We stayed here for 4 nights recently and were impressed when we walked in. The grand entrance complete with stained glass windows, atrium and even its own waterfall of sorts, is very impressive. The staff were friendly, helpful and very efficient. Our room was really nice, on the 4th floor.The facilities provided were good - lovely shower which made a real mess of if the floor, but the very efficient under floor heating took care of that in a matter of minutes! Location wise was great for us, we wanted to be 'out' of the city centre but it was only a 20 minute walk to the city centre - great for us. The hotel also provide free regular taxis to the centre if you don't want to walk. We used it once, and the service was brilliant. We were next to the park and zoo, but didn't get time to explore that part. The hotel is used a lot as a business/conference centre, so often gets very busy during the day. The breakfasts are varied, plentiful, fresh and suited for all tastes. From cereal and yoghurts, to bread and cheeses/hams/salamis, to smoked salmon, to miso soup and egg fried rice via full cooked English and fresh fruits, this had it all. Everything was fresh and really tasty. We didn't eat in the restaurant in the evening, but had a couple of meals in the bar. These were lovely, but we found the menu here extremely limited - there were only about 4 or 5 choices on the whole thing which, given the rest of the food choices, seemed really odd. Each room had a safe (free) and plenty of storage for cases etc. A tv (we never used it), kettle etc were also there. We really enjoyed this hotel. The public area/bar was contemporary and comfortable with some nice touches. A very pleasant place to spend a few days. Collapse
Stay Date: 01/2017, SHARON K wrote this review.
Transport from airport to Grand Hotel was very prompt and efficient taking approx 45 mins costing £30 return. Check-in quick and professional, we had emailed asking for high floor which we were given along with free access to the Spa normally costly… See more
Transport from airport to Grand Hotel was very prompt and efficient taking approx 45 mins costing £30 return. Check-in quick and professional, we had emailed asking for high floor which we were given along with free access to the Spa normally costly £25. The room was clean with good quality bedding, towels and robes, bathroom spotless with plenty hot water and complimentary shampoo, conditioner and body lotion. The reception staff were polite and helpful speaking fluent english. The breakfast was very varied suitable for all needs including gluten free and organic cereals/juices. Bar prices are expensive (as everywhere in Iceland) so make good use of half price drinks served between 17.00 and 19.00. The bar snacks though limited were very good pizza large and tasty and steak club sandwich with salad was lovely, again a bit pricey. We walked into the centre which took us 20 mins, the hotel arranges transport free of charge 3 x daily but we did not use. The Spa was lovely, plenty leather chairs to relax on after using steam room, sauna or hot bath. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay at the Grand and would return and recommend. Collapse
Stay Date: 12/2016, Ashley B wrote this review.
Myself and my boyfriend recently stayed here over New Year. It was a lovely hotel and we were so glad we chose one of the rooms on the higher floors for views over Reykjavik and the mountains. I sat at the huge window in our room for ages taking phot… See more
Myself and my boyfriend recently stayed here over New Year. It was a lovely hotel and we were so glad we chose one of the rooms on the higher floors for views over Reykjavik and the mountains. I sat at the huge window in our room for ages taking photos! The hotel itself is beautiful, the reception is lovely and the bar area was nice too with a fire etc. Bar prices are dear, £10 for a vodka and lemonade! We only used the restaurant one night as like to be out and about, the food was nice but overpriced for the portion sizes you get. On the night we visited there was an issue with the chef and although the restaurant was very quiet it took nearly an hour to get our food, and we waited nearly 20 minutes just to put our order in! We were in a rush as were due to be collected for our northern lights tour. The staff were apologetic and when we were leaving advised our meal was on the house as we had waited so long which was nice of them. The rooms were lovely very clean and beds very comfortable - we had the best sleep ever!! We used the room service one day for lunch and it was lovely. Again, like a lot of things in Iceland it was dear but the portion sizes were pretty big so we couldnt complain! The hotel is walking distance to the town of Reykjavik, we done this every day and night and it was around 35min walk but as you are taking in sights etc around you and enjoying being somewhere new you dont notice it! The hotel does offer a shuttle bus 3 times a day but we didnt use it. My boyfriend made use of the hotel gym while he was there (he was in training while we were away as he is a boxer) and said it was fit for purpose but nothing spectacular or top notch as you would expect from a hotel like this. The town of Reykjavik is lovely to see, especially when we were there as the Christmas lights etc were still up and it was snowing! The only issue we had with the hotel was on our first night when we arrived, we were allocated our room and thought it was very draughty. The windows are high up and cant be opened manually - there is a switch on the wall. We assumed it was opened (its hard to tell as its high up you cant see!) so played around with the switch on the wall, the mechanism on the window was making a bit of a racket but nothing seemed to happen. I called reception and asked if they could send someone up to check it. Nobody appeared. My boyfriend popped down to reception just to say we wanted to go out and would someone be coming up, the receptionist asked the handyman to attend our room there and then. A man came in and had a look but needed some tools and advised he would return in 5 minutes. He didnt come back. As we had just landed we were wanting to go out for food so didnt want to sit around waiting. We got ready and headed out, advising reception on our way we were going out but if the handyman wanted to let himself in to repair the window that was fine. We were out for a while and came back to the hotel bar for a drink then headed upstairs, on our way back checking with reception if the repair had been done - we were advised it had been fixed and was now fully closed. After being in the room a few minutes it was evident the window had not been fixed. I was not happy at all and felt lied to. The wind was howling in the window (there was a snow blizzard outside) and you could hear the traffic outside very loudly – no way you could sleep in that. We returned to reception to complain and then were eventually offered another room, as they didn’t have a room of the same standard available so gave us a temporary room for the night so we could sort something out the following morning. Having to move all our luggage again at 2am when we were nackered wasn’t fun! We got into our temporary room and went to sleep and given 2 tokens for a drink at the bar for the inconvenience. We were a bit annoyed the following day that nobody came to check if our ‘temporary room’ was ok for us, if we wanted to move or if we had any other problems. We didn’t go back to reception to speak to anyone as decided we had a warm room now and as we were only there 4 nights to just make the most of it. Apart from this blip we did have a great trip and the Icelandic people are lovely. We would stay here again. Collapse
Found a great price with a great hotel. PS. Iceland can be expensive.
Stay Date: 12/2016, davidkitchner wrote this review.
Our 14th story room had a view of a bay of the Atlantic. Sometimes the high winds were loud to sleep through. Made the trip over Christmas. About 5 hours of daylight. The lobby has glass roof but since the sun is not up at 10:30 am it is a dark l… See more
Our 14th story room had a view of a bay of the Atlantic. Sometimes the high winds were loud to sleep through. Made the trip over Christmas. About 5 hours of daylight. The lobby has glass roof but since the sun is not up at 10:30 am it is a dark lobby. 5 hours of daylight means there is a lot of time to catch the NORTHERN LIGHTS. 1. Besides the hotel price ($140), Iceland is expensive. Hotel dinner here is about $100/person. We paid for 2 other dinner BUFFETS at other hotels for $100 each also. Gas was over $6.50/gal. 2 Dominos pizzas was $75. 2. Warning, Iceland closes down for Christmas: Christmas Eve Eve, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and day after Christmas, is not good for shopping and hard to find an open restaurant. The only place we found open was another hotel restaurant because everything else was closed in that town. We drove over 1000 miles to take pictures, good news the geysers, waterfalls, and glaciers do not shut down. Wonderful to see all the Christmas lights, even on tombstones! Collapse
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