Fosshotel Reykjavik

The Fosshotel Reykjavik is in the heart of the nation’s capital. The hotel is also the largest in Iceland and everything looks as fresh as it was on the day it opened. Expect chic interiors and rooms that come with big walk-in showers.

The restaurant specialises in high-end Icelandic cuisine – the signature meal is a four-course feast! If you’re looking for a smaller meal, head to the Beer Garden, which also has a huge menu of craft beers and cocktails.

Overview of Reykjavik

A city break to Reykjavik is a fantastic opportunity to learn more about Iceland’s unique history, see the beauty of the Northern Lights and visit some of the country’s iconic landscapes.

Exploring the streets surrounding the Fosshotel Reykjavik is also a brilliant experience. Old and new sit side by side and you can immerse yourself in the city’s culture. Locals will always be waiting for you with open arms in the boutique stores and chic coffee shops. As night falls, if you’re lucky, the Northern Lights will appear as you shop and dine!

Things to do in Reykjavik

It only takes five minutes to walk from the Fosshotel Reykjavik to Laugavegur, Reykjavik’s main street. Walk for another 10 minutes and you’ll reach the centre of the city.

The centre of Reykjavik is a great place for a stroll. You can rest your feet and relax in one of the many spas, learn more about the country’s history in the museums or see the works of many up-and-coming artists. After dark, you can party the night away in one of the city’s cool clubs.

During your holiday to Iceland, you’ll also have two excursions included as part of your package, so you can explore further afield and see more of Iceland’s natural beauty.

With volcanic landscapes and a unique heritage, Reykjavik is a really special destination.


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.