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The hotel was conviently located near restaurants, a bus stop, and nearby shopping. It would be perfect if it were near the downtown area, but the Get on Get Off Bus stop was right in front of hotel and easy transportation to so many sights....More
Stayed in the hotel between 15th and 20th of February with my boyfriend. Environmental friendly hotel with a lovely staff. A massive thank you and well done to the Pregnant Polish recepcionist lady ( sorry,I could not see her with name badge) .She was amazing...More
Hotel was built in the 70's, but has been refurbished several times, last being to a very high standard. Staff very friendly and helpful. Hotel well appointed. The shower/ toilet in the room is quite small. Beds comfortable. Spar in the basement has been built...More
Recently visited this hotel and would stay again.
Hotel was great, helpful and frienfly staff, very clean and excellent food however very disappointed that the pool was only accessible for a fee of 3000isk per session as it was part of the spa ...we were...More
We booked this hotel through Iceland air. Although the hotel was very nice we would have rather stayed closer to the downtown area so we could have walked everywhere. This place is close to the Perlan museum but not really anything else. The hotel shuttle...More
Four-star Reykjavik accommodation showcasing the best of Icelandic nature. Newly-renovated Icelandair Hotel Reykjavík Natura (formerly Hotel Loftleidir) is close to the city centre, in the quiet Oskjuhlid wooded area …Morenear the sea. Less
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Response from Chaching1197 | Reviewed this property |
Hello! To answer your questions:
1. Transfer time is about 45-50 minutes to and from airport. Best way to get there is booking with one of the airport transfer companies - we used Fly Bus. I highly recommend them, very... More
Hello! To answer your questions:
1. Transfer time is about 45-50 minutes to and from airport. Best way to get there is booking with one of the airport transfer companies - we used Fly Bus. I highly recommend them, very reliable. Once you get out of the arrival area, walk towards your right and you'll see their bus parked there.
2. You can book all tours including Northern Lights and Blue Lagoon transfer through the front desk. Blue Lagoon itself you will have to book it on the Blue Lagoon website way in advance - I booked ours 6 months before. If you are going soon, you can still see if there are available slots since its winter time and not as busy. Northern Lights is weather dependent so be prepared for it to be cancelled and if you don't get to go, they will refund you. Refund process is quick, less than a week and it was back in my account.
3. Other places to eat - Restaurant Reykjavik for seafood buffet, Cafe Loki for traditional Icelandic food, Baejarins Beztu for hotdogs, The Steakhouse for steak and they also serve whale and horse meat and lamb.
Other places to visit if you are only there for 3 days - take the Golden Circle tour, go to the Grotta Lighthouse (directions to get there is in one of my reviews).
4. Shopping is the same price, it is eating out that can be expensive. You can easily spend $25 up per head when eating out. The hotel offers a buffet breakfast that you can purchase for $22/head which I would say is the way to go to get your day started. If you are not going shopping, I suppose $1000 will be enough or more.
5. Other tips - try to figure out the bus system so it is easy to get around downtown which could require some walking. Try to get the 72 hour bus pass/ticket. The #5 bus stop is just right in front of the hotel, it gets you to and from Hlemmur which is one of tge main bus hubs. They have a small food court there too -Matholl- try to eat or grab some drinks there, its also a nice hang out place. Walk to the Nautholsvik Geothermal Beach from the hotel and check it out too. When you go out of the hotel, walk towards your right and just follow the walking path. It's about a 15-20 min walk. Perlan is also a short hike up the hill across the hotel. There is a walking path as well. Also, if you do not want to do public transport, there is a free Perlan shuttle that can take you downtown, drops you off at the Harpa Concert Hall/Center. It goes from Harpa to the hotel to Perlan. Runs 10 am to 330 pm this time of year every 30 mins. They run until 730 pm between Harpa and Perlan so you can just get off Perlan and hike down to the hotel.
That's all I can think of right now, ask more if I missed anything:)