Enjoy your stay in this luxury apartment in Reykjavik city centre, offering laundry facilities, a kitchen, a balcony, and beds for two.
This beautiful, modern apartment makes guests feel right at home with its full kitchen, comfortable furniture, and carefully selected decor.
The apartment is located in the centre of Reykjavik, within walking distance of Hlemmur Food Hall, Harpa, and many popular museums. Guests can easily walk to the harbor for amazing views of the sea.
Staying in This Luxury Apartment
Inside the apartment, guests will find one bedroom furnished with two single beds, which can be pushed together to make a king-size bed if preferred. Sheets, linens, and towels are all provided. The private bathroom has a very nice shower, along with a hair dryer and basic toiletries.
Guests can use the full kitchen to prepare meals on their own schedule. All appliances and tableware are provided, along with a blender. Parents will be pleased to find a high chair and a crib in the apartment.
The living area is furnished with a comfortable sofa and is a great place for guests to plan their day or check email using the free WiFi connection. There's even a gaming console for some evening entertainment.
This apartment is wheelchair accessible and includes free parking.
This luxury apartment is just around the corner from Sundhollin, a public swimming pool. Guests are also a short walk from several coffee houses and bars. Hammgrimskirkja, a renowned church, is just two blocks away.
Guests who enjoy museums can walk to the National Museum of Iceland, the Reykjavik Museum of Photography, or the National Gallery of Iceland.
The Reykjavik Maritime Museum and harbor are about a 20 minute walk from the apartment. At the harbor, guests can book a whale watching tour or day cruise.
This luxury apartment is a lovely choice for singles and couples visiting Reykjavik. Its central location allows guests to sight-see without having to rent a vehicle.
Book your stay at this luxury apartment, and spend your holiday visiting Reykjavik's museums, waterfront, and galleries.