Grand Hotel Reykjavik
(Reykjavik) 4 4 Star:
Per Person Per Night
- Centrally located in the capital of Iceland
- On-site bar & restaurant
- Gym facilities
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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 1720 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
Recommended hotel on the outskirts of Reykjavík
Stay Date: 12/2017, pwhitegb wrote this review.
Very clean, good facilities, bus or taxi trips to downtown but we walked home each night. Pleasant and helpful staff. Not overly expensive for Iceland. Ask for help when booking trips, restaurants and taxis. As about all hotel facilities and use the… See more
Very clean, good facilities, bus or taxi trips to downtown but we walked home each night. Pleasant and helpful staff. Not overly expensive for Iceland. Ask for help when booking trips, restaurants and taxis. As about all hotel facilities and use the 14th floor viewpoint. Collapse
Northern lights trip
Stay Date: 12/2017, Sir_Yunus wrote this review.
Lovely hotel with nice amenities and spa. The staff were very welcoming and the room was clean and spacious. They also had English channels on TV which was a huge plus. Also the hotel location was great for driving in and out of main city centre.
Lovely hotel with nice amenities and spa. The staff were very welcoming and the room was clean and spacious. They also had English channels on TV which was a huge plus. Also the hotel location was great for driving in and out of main city centre. Collapse
Amazing hotel, fabulous staff, trip of a lifetime.
Stay Date: 12/2017, blossomsuz wrote this review.
My husband and I booked through TUI for the first week in December to celebrate his turning 40. I had e-mailed the hotel in advance in the hope of some flowers/chocs etc in the room upon arrival. We arrived in the morning but the hotel operates in i… See more
My husband and I booked through TUI for the first week in December to celebrate his turning 40. I had e-mailed the hotel in advance in the hope of some flowers/chocs etc in the room upon arrival. We arrived in the morning but the hotel operates in international check in time so our room wasnt ready until after 2pm. The hotel took our cases and stored them safely and we walked into Reykjavik to explore. The walk from The Grand is 40-45 mins up the sea front or 25-35 mins up the main road Laugavegur at a steady pace. The hotel also provide a free shuttle into town at certain times, you need to book this with reception an hour before pick up. All of the info on times are on a list in the lift. Once we returned we were checked in and the person who checked us in wished my husband a happy birthday and gave us free Spa tickets for the hotel Spa. Once in our room there was also a nice note and some chocolates. We went to the Spa one afternoon when we didnt have any tours booked and it was amazing. Very relaxing with a robe, towel and slippers provided as well as water which you needed after being in the sauna,steam room and hot tubs at 39 and 41 degrees. We had a room on the 12th floor, the room was spacious with a nice view. We didnt experience any problems with noice etc. The breakfast buffet is great food is fresh and plentiful, with staff checking food and clearing plates at regular intervals. The food was always fresh and tasted lovely. We had a great experience with The Grand and TUI and were part of the trial of TUI doing 7 days in Reykjavik instead of a couple of days. We found 7 days to be an ideal amount of time to stay and we managed to fit in all of the tours we wanted to do as well as getting out and exploring the city and dining at local eateries. Reykjavik is expensive to eat and drink and to do just about anything but there are some local places to try if you want to keep costs down a bit. A 10 minute walk away from the Grand is a place called Mulakaffi, it is a local eatery where locals and truckers stop for lunch and dinner. They dont get many tourists and all the menu is in Icelandic but the staff are lovely and helpful and will explain the dishes to you. You pay for your meal and can have as much salad,bread,soup,tea,coffee as you like. This was an excellent place to eat and experience local warming and filling food. Another great place to eat was Svarta Kaffid, this is on Laugavegur in the city. It is located up some metal steps so is easy to miss. Here you get lovely filling, warming soups. They are served in a big crusty roll with the inside scooped out and served on the side. It was so nice here we went back a couple of times which is unusual for us as we tend to try different places when we are travelling. After researching on the internet before departing for the trip I saw some good reviews for Icelandic Fish and Chips. This is near the harbour in the old part of town. Although this meal was more expensive that the other places I have mentioned it is worth a look in as the food is delicious. If you are interested in our 7 days we took 5 tours. 2 of the tours are included in the TUI package - Golden Circle and Northern Lights 2 of the tours we booked with the TUI rep on the coach - Blue Lagoon and South Shore 1 tour we booked through Reykjavik Excursions - Christmas Walking Tour. We enjoyed each of these tours but for different reasons and if you dont fancy any of those there are tons of other things to do in Iceland. All of the reps on the tours were wonderful, knowledgeable and proud of their country and its history. The TUI reps were also fantastic. All in all a wonderful way to celebrate my husband turning 40 and not a trip we are ever likely to forget. Collapse
Stay Date: 12/2017, Shana K wrote this review.
My boyfriend and I booked this hotel through TUI alongside another couple for a short break. The hotel is absolutely stunning and worked really well with the TUI reps as well as helping us rearrange excursions to suit our schedule. I wish I had gotte… See more
My boyfriend and I booked this hotel through TUI alongside another couple for a short break. The hotel is absolutely stunning and worked really well with the TUI reps as well as helping us rearrange excursions to suit our schedule. I wish I had gotten the name of the receptionist who helped us rebook the Blue Lagoon twice, he was a great help. However, we had noticed the WiFi in our room on the 4th floor didn’t work/wasn’t available, and it had taken us 2 complaints to finally get it resolved. The receptionist on Monday evening was quite sarcastic about the whole situation when we first asked for help, suggesting it was the “120 teenagers” within the building that was causing the WiFi issue. On the positive and summarised side, the breakfast buffet was great, the walk to the town is very straight forward (about 30 mins), comfy beds and the majority of the staff was very helpful. I would highly recommend this hotel for your Iceland stay. Collapse
They expertly handled an embarrassing situation.
Stay Date: 11/2017, everice l wrote this review.
After spending the day touring most of Iceland, we wearily checked in to the Grand Hotel. The lovely Yolanda gave us our keys and we headed up to our room. When we opened the door, we found that the room had not been cleaned after the last occupants.… See more
After spending the day touring most of Iceland, we wearily checked in to the Grand Hotel. The lovely Yolanda gave us our keys and we headed up to our room. When we opened the door, we found that the room had not been cleaned after the last occupants. I went back downstairs and an embarrassed Yolanda quickly corrected the situation by providing us with room 1343, a lovely penthouse suite. They even sent someone to add the extra bed that had been previously been requested by us. Had there been Northern lights that night, the balcony would have been a great place to have seen them. That evening, I needed to print our boarding passes and had no idea how. I went downstairs on the eve of November 10th, and a young man, who's name I can't remember, expertly guided me through it and printed them for me. I was so grateful to him for that. The food was great and the Christmas decorations were beautiful. We had a great one night there. Thank you to the staff of the Grand Hotel Reykjavik. Collapse
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