Cabin Hotel

The Cabin Hotel keeps things nice and simple. It matches streamlined rooms with a no-frills restaurant and a lounge bar, and there’s also a handy shop for souvenirs.

The main restaurant’s a buffet place, so you can grab what you fancy – you can even get a takeaway picnic box if you’re heading out on an all-day excursion. All of our holidays to Iceland come with two excursions included in the price, so you’ll have plenty of chance to explore.

Every evening, there’s a happy hour in the bar and you can take your drink into the light and airy lounge.

Overview of Reykjavik

Reykjavik is the capital of Iceland and it’s also a hub of activity. There are soothing spas, a busy harbour area and countless nightlife spots.

Reykjavik’s home to a close-knit community of locals who are always happy to help tourists. There’s culture everywhere you look, from the interesting architecture to the hot springs.

The Cabin Hotel in Reykjavik is also a great base for exploring Iceland’s waterfalls, caves and volcanoes. At night, the Northern Lights often dance in the sky above your head.

Things to do in Reykjavik

The Cabin Hotel’s in a fantastic location. You’re close to the Kringlan shopping mall and you’re only a short bus ride from the city centre.

Reykjavik’s waterfront is only a couple of minutes’ walk away and you can reach the museums, boutiques and first-class restaurants of the city centre in only 15 minutes on foot. In the evening, you can reach the clubs and bars that dot Laugavegur in the same length of time.

When you fancy a day of relaxation, you’re only five minutes away from the largest outdoor swimming pool in Reykjavík. It’s also home to numerous hot tubs, steam baths and slides.

With sleek buildings, classic architecture and unique sights, the bright lights of Reykjavik have to be seen to be believed.

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.