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Reykjavik centre

Apartment | 1 bedrooms | sleeps 4

Key Info
  • Great for children of all ages 5
  • Car not necessary
  • No pets allowed

This is a spacious apartment with high ceilings, private entrance, one step up from ground and in a great location to explore what Reykjavik has to offer. You will find it cosy,clean and well maintained. This apartment is located on the main road in Reykjavik called 'Laugavegur' but on the quieter end. Away from the noise from the night-life, still situated in the heart of Reykjavík with easy access to all the attractions of the city centre. Two big supermarkets are just few blocks away. One open til midnight the other one open 24/7. In few minutes walk you have all the main restaurants, a wonderful warm outdoor swimming pools The SPA area in Laugardalur, with hot tubs and steam baths, the national theatre, cinemas, museums and tourist information. Easy, free parking spaces behind the building if you want to rent a car.

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Size Sleeps up to 4, 1 bedrooms
Access Car not necessary, Wheelchair users
Nearest travel links Nearest airport: KEFLAVIK , LEIFSTOD 50 km
Family friendly Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility
Notes No pets allowed, No smoking at this property

Features and Facilities

Luxuries Internet access, DVD player
General Central heating, TV, CD player
Standard Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer
Utilities Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine
Rooms 1 bedroom, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms
Furniture 1 Sofa beds, Double beds (1), Dining seats for 4, Lounge seats for 4
Other Linen provided, Towels provided
Access Parking, Wheelchair users
Further details indoors

Ground floor(one step up) entrance from Laugavegur. This lovely one bedroom flat is situated right in the centre of Reykjavík by Hlemmur bus central. Warm and welcoming, the flat is fully fitted to accommodate 2 to 4 people. Plenty of free parking behind the house.

Further details outdoors

Iceland not entirely white, it's greener than you think.

People always say those Vikings were pulling a fast one when they called us Iceland and not Greenland but now we have even greater reason than ever to be called Green Iceland! Over 70% of our total energy consumption is from hydro- and geothermal sources and Reykjavik was the site for the world's first commercial hydrogen refueling station, opened in 2003.

Continually looking for the next big thing, we are extending Iceland's green credentials from land to water, with Reykjavik whale-watching company - 'Elding – adventure at sea' unveiling the first commercial vessel to trial the use of hydrogen in April. Shame it isn't helium, we could have had some macho sailors with high- pitched voices.

HIKING IN ICELAND

The Hengill/Nesjavellir area in South Iceland is an outdoor sports paradise, with a variety of 160 km of marked and challenging hiking and biking trails in a region of high-temperature geothermal areas, hot springs, volcanic craters, lava fields, rivers and lakes. Besides hiking and mountain biking, you can also go fishing on Lake Þingvallavatn (Iceland's largest lake), visit Þingvellir National Park, tour the Hengill geothermal power plant and go horseback riding

Further details

Iceland not entirely white, it's greener than you think.

People always say those Vikings were pulling a fast one when they called us Iceland and not Greenland but now we have even greater reason than ever to be called Green Iceland! Over 70% of our total energy consumption is from hydro- and geothermal sources and Reykjavik was the site for the world's first commercial hydrogen refueling station, opened in 2003.

Continually looking for the next big thing, we are extending Iceland's green credentials from land to water, with Reykjavik whale-watching company - 'Elding – adventure at sea' unveiling the first commercial vessel to trial the use of hydrogen in April. Shame it isn't helium, we could have had some macho sailors with high- pitched voices.

The Reykjavik region

What makes Iceland stand out as a venue is its unique natural beauty and absence of pollution. Dramatic volcano and glacier scenery-and conversely, action packed incentives are there waiting to be enjoyed by visitors. Reykjavík, the capital city is next door to nature. Iceland is only about a 3-hour flight from most European cities and 5 hours from the North American Eastern seaboard. From Reykjavík you can fly to many towns and tourist attractions around the country, such as Akureyri, the capital of the north. LEISURE; Icelanders work hard - they average one of the longest working days in Europe - but they also play hard. Weekends in downtown Reykjavík are a special experience. You will find many opportunities to enjoy fine food and entertainment.

Reykjavik City

The area has many interesting sights within walking distance, for example: Laugavegur, shopping street; Hallgrimskirkja, Iceland's tallest church; Kjarvalsstadir, museum/gallery; Asmundarsafn, sculpture museum; Laugardalur, valley; a seaside walking path; and many more... Within 2 minutes walking distance you will also find a lovely cafe, a delicious pizzeria, a supermarkets nearby and a free car parking is behind the house.

If it’s good enough for multi-talented Quentin Tarantino, then it must be worth shouting about. The man behind cult films such as Resevoir Dogs and Pulp Fiction can’t get enough of Iceland.

‘The air, the water, the people, the pools and everything is just too good to be true. I have been wanting to go, ever since I heard that beauty queens and supermodels work at McDonalds‘ says Tarantino.

And as if the king of cool did not have enough strings to his bow, he can now add viking to writer, director, producer and actor:

‘I was made an honourary Viking at Viking Village while in Iceland. My Icelandic name is Quentin Conniesson, I might start to use it from now on. I might even shoot a movie about the Vikings soon since I’m fascinated by them’ (Quentin Tarantino Morgunblaðið, November 2005)

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