Icelandair Hotel Reykjavik Natura

The Icelandair Hotel Reykjavik Natura embraces its Icelandic roots with nature-inspired decor and a geothermal indoor pool.

The pool is accompanied by an on-site spa that brings the outside in – think cool stone-covered walls and wooden decorations. The pool and neighbouring whirlpool bath are both heated by geothermal water, too.

The hotel’s restaurant serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. All the food is sourced from local farmers and fishermen, so it’s always fresh!

There’s a daily happy hour at the bar where you can sip cocktails inside or out on the terrace. For something more laid-back, the hotel hosts film nights.

Overview of Reykjavik

Reykjavik is the world’s most northerly capital city. It’s a place that blends a traditional Nordic atmosphere with cosmopolitan touches. Due to its uniqueness, it’s a very cool and popular spot for a city break.

The busy streets host everything from hip art galleries to quaint coffee shops and stylish shops. In the evening, the nightlife’s really special, with jazz cafes and cocktail bars taking centre stage.

Reykjavik’s also a great base for exploring the rest of the country. You get two excursions included as part of your holiday to Iceland, so be prepared to visit lagoons, see the Northern Lights and be wowed by stunning scenery.

Things to do in Reykjavik

The Icelandair Hotel Reykjavik Natura has secured a spot on the edge of Reykjavik overlooking Oskjuhlio hill, but you’re only a 20-minute walk away from the city centre.

Shopping is one of Reykjavik’s most popular pastimes. If you’re looking to indulge, you’re never short of shops, with luxurious fashion, gadgets and local produce all available.

Reykjavik is also a great place to learn more about history and art. So, during your stay, try the National Museum of Iceland or the Living Art Museum.

Experience one of the most unique cities in the world with a stay at the Icelandair Hotel Reykjavik Natura.


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.