Fosshotel Reykjavik

The Fosshotel Reykjavik is a modern business hotel located in the city centre of Iceland’s capital. With 16 floors, many rooms provide magnificent views of the city and bay area in Reykjavik. The hotel offers its very own fitness centre as well as a restaurant, so you can enjoy your stay here to the fullest.

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General Information

Call our friendly customer service team for more information on 0203 475 3022 to discuss this fantastic city break deal before it goes. Iceland’s largest hotel, The Fosshotel Reykjavik stands prominently in the heart of the city offering magnificent views over both the city and the bay area. Located in an area ideal for exploring and only a short walk away from the city’s main street of Laugavegur, making it easy for you to get to know the sights and culture of Reykjavik. Travel Now Pay Later Fosshotel Reykjavik with Jetnow. The hotel itself offers both comfort and elegance while welcoming you with warm and neutral tones to make your stay feel like home from home.

Facilities

  • Central Location
  • Free WiFi
  • Great for couples
  • Gym
  • Modern and stylish design
  • Spacious rooms

Flight & Transfer Information

Flight duration approx. 2 hours 50 mins, transfer to centre around 50 mins by taxi or shuttle bus.

Rooms

Room options; Luxury doubles, deluxe double or twin rooms, family rooms, suites, tower view rooms and single rooms.

Deluxe Double or Twin room

Sleeps: Minimum 2 | Maximum 2
Room facilities:
Flat screen television
Wi-fi
Safety deposit box
Ironing board
Coffee making facilities
Kettle
Fridge
Hairdryer
Bathroom containing a bath and separate shower
Daily room cleaning service and towel change

Tower View Room

Sleeps: Minimum 2 | Maximum 2
Room facilities:
Flat screen television
Wi-fi
Safety deposit box
Ironing board
Coffee making facilities
Kettle
Fridge
Hairdryer
Bathroom containing a bath and separate shower
Daily room cleaning service and towel change

Food & Drink

Board options: Bed And Breakfast. The hotel has two restaurants and two bars

Main Restaurant

Bjórgarðurinn - A la carte. Serves a range of international, Spanish and local cuisine for dinner.

Haust Restaurant - Buffet. Serves breakfast. Highchairs available

Local Attractions

The capital of Iceland is a young, culturally happening city, as well as a launch pad for natural wonders that people dream of seeing their whole lives. You could stay in Reykjavík’s cosy embrace or stride out to visit the volcanic marvels in the Golden Circle and see whales in the Faxa Bay in summer.

Embrace the elements on a wonderful Reykjavik city break, where you can embark on the experience of a lifetime. The old town and harbour are as charming as they come and that’s before you even venture out of the city limits to discover Iceland’s natural treasures. No matter if you visit this magical capital when it’s blanketed in a dusting of snow or when the sun is shining, it’ll be a holiday to remember.

Hallgrimskirkja Church is both a parish church and Iceland’s national sanctuary, Hallgrímskirkja is an ever-present feature of Reykjavík’s skyline. To get up to speed on Iceland’s 1,200 years of human history there’s only one place to go - National Museum Of Iceland. A dazzling modern landmark for Reykjavík, Harpa is the concert hall and conference centre on the water at the Old Harbour. With beautiful golden sand, the Nauthólsvík Geothermal Beach is replenished by the sea and has its own geothermal waters, so its temperature is a few degrees higher than the open water. Reykjavík may be intimidating in its hipness, but the city’s bar scene is open and friendly, even in the depths of winter. Aurora Reykjavík is an information centre on hand to help you experience the Northern Lights in all their beauty. East of the city is the UNESCO-listed Þingvellir National Park, where there’s a canyon caused by the rift between the Eurasian and North American tectonic plates and the site of the Alþingi, the oldest parliament in the world, set up in 930. Gullfoss is a sensational double waterfall, 32 metres high, while the Haukadalur valley has host springs, mud pots and geysers like Strokkur, which erupts every 5-10 minutes. Reykjavík is one of the best places in Iceland to see whales.