Konsulat Hotel Reykjavik

Reykjavik

The Reykjavik Konsulat Hotel is situated in the oldest part of the city. The hotel is set in a handsome, wedge-shaped three-storey building that was constructed in the early 20th century as the city’s first high-end department store. The 50 rooms are on the large size for Reykjavik, and have been designed with the same emphasis on tasteful colour schemes – albeit more muted than the public areas, mostly gold-hued browns and oranges matched to historic black and white photos on the walls. Set in the heart of the city centre, the Reykavik Konsulat is quick walk from the Harpa Concert Hall, Parliament buildings and the famous Laugavegur street, bustling with shops and top restaurants. The famous Sun Voyager Sculpture is just a short amble away, as well as the National Museum of Iceland, meaning there is plenty of opportunity to soak up the history of an authentic Iceland.

Reasons we love Konsulat Hotel Reykjavik

  • Situated in the oldest part of the city, the hotel is perfectly located for pretty much everything from cultural experiences to culinary delights
  • The hotel has history; formally a 20th Century department store and a 19th century stone wall in the spa
  • The GOTT restaurant, run by well-known local chefs Sigurdur Gislason and Berglind Sigmundsdottir, is an independently run family-owned restaurant

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