The Reykjavik Lights is an attractive hotel on the edge of Iceland’s capital. The interiors here are unique and each room is themed around a specific day in the ancient Icelandic calendar. Local artwork in the rooms also depicts attractions like the Northern Lights and the Midnight Sun, so the hotel’s always celebrating the best of Iceland.
At breakfast time, the restaurant offers a lot of continental choices. With our holidays to Iceland, two excursions are included as part of your package, so the restaurant’s a great place to fill your stomach before you head off to explore. When you return, you’ll find a bar serving drinks.
Overview of Reykjavik
The Icelandic capital of Reykjavik charms everyone who visits. Here, sleek buildings mingle with classic architecture, creating a unique atmosphere. It’s a city where cafes and markets stand directly beside geothermal spas and contemporary art installations.
Volcanic landscapes are the norm here, and the city centre’s compact size means you can experience it all from the Reykjavik Lights. Whether you’re looking for a chic and cosmopolitan escape, a base to explore Iceland’s finest sights or a spot where you can learn more about the country’s Nordic roots, Reykjavik has every option covered.
Things to do in Reykjavik
You’ll find the Reykjavik Lights on the edge of the city centre. Although you’re away from the main hustle and bustle, it only takes 30 minutes to walk into the centre. If you’d rather save your legs, there’s a bus stop directly outside.
The best way to experience Reykjavik is to get out and explore it. Here, cafes become nightlife hotspots after dark, while intriguing cuisine is on offer in the many restaurants that surround the shopping district.
Away from the centre, you’ll find plenty to keep you entertained. The appealing waters of the Blue Lagoon attract tourists from all over the world. The healing properties of the water here makes Reykjavik as rejuvenating as it is exciting.
Spa days, excursions and lively nights out all combine in Reykjavik to make a location that has to be seen to be believed.