Alda Hotel

The Alda Hotel exudes style. Rooms in tones of grey are offset by contemporary lighting and brightly coloured seats. When you check in, you’re given a smartphone to use throughout your stay, which is a lovely touch. It’s really handy for looking up directions or making restaurant reservations.

Breakfast is served as a buffet. It’ll set you up perfectly for a day of exploring. Remember that as part of your holiday to Iceland, you’ll have two excursions included in your package, so it’s easy to see the country’s best bits.

At the end of your day, you can order drinks from the bar before heading to the lounge area to enjoy them. It’s a great place to relax after a day of exploring.

Overview of Reykjavik

A city break to Reykjavik is a great way to see Iceland at its best. This cosmopolitan location is the world’s northernmost capital city and a place that perfectly blends old and new.

Shopping is the most popular pastime in Reykjavik, so it’s easy to treat yourself. Many of the stores stay open late and you can shop under the glow of the Northern Lights. Reykjavik also has a proud arts scene and there are several galleries near the Alda Hotel. After a day on your feet, head to one of the city’s many spas to rejuvenate.

Things to do in Reykjavik

The Alda Hotel is on Reykjavik’s main street, Laugavegur, which means restaurants and bars are footsteps away. Explore the surrounding streets and you’ll come across a great range of cafes and bars. By day, these are incredibly relaxing places where you can enjoy a coffee or a quiet meal, while at night some transform into cool clubs and nightlife hotspots.

The city is beautifully laid out and easy to explore. You can either choose to immerse yourself in Iceland’s Nordic roots at the museums or enjoy the cosmopolitan shops and bars. Experience the Land of Fire and Ice with a memorable stay in Reykjavik!


Resort Summary

Iceland holidays feature volcanic landscapes and unique heritage. But a city break to Reykjavik is a fantastic opportunity to immerse yourself in Iceland’s Nordic roots combined with contemporary style. The city is beautifully laid out, has community spirit in abundance and a host of stunning architecture, with the hotels forming just one part of that appeal.

Explore the streets and you’ll find cosy cafes that become nightlife hotspots after dark, together with all kinds of intriguing cuisine and a series of popular shopping districts. Beyond those appealing distractions are country tours and the famous mineral-rich water of the Blue Lagoon, making Reykjavik as rejuvenating as it is exciting.