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A couple of minutes away from downtown, from the closest supermarket and from the harbor, located in a quiet street (Ránargata), the Metropolitan has after all everything you need if you ask for a calm stay in the Icelandic capital city, and that's why I...More
I stayed here for my first trip to Reykjavik. I am a touring musician, and I have traveled around the world sleeping on people's floors. I don't like to do that all the time, but sometimes you're on a budget! I didn't expect much, I...More
Fortunately I had read a couple reviews before I left on my 5-day, 4-night vacation in early March 2014 to Reykjavik so I had low expectations for this hotel. The only reason I gave this a three star was because of the location. It really...More
I had read some of the reviews and seen the photos. I was prepared for a tiny room. That is also the standard for most older European hotels. I was not prepared for a pillow with a hollow caused by the previous guest. Nor for...More
This hotel is classed as a three star hotel, but i am not sure that it is. This hotel is in a great location to the old harbor area, but the rooms are small and cosy and the bathroom was small. Breakfast was fine to...More
US$110 - US$234 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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I think breakfast is roughly £10-12 a day. The breakfast is a pretty solid staple, with dearest, tea, coffee, cold meats and cheese, but there are plenty of shops locally where you can grab a Skyr yogurt for much cheaper... More
I think breakfast is roughly £10-12 a day. The breakfast is a pretty solid staple, with dearest, tea, coffee, cold meats and cheese, but there are plenty of shops locally where you can grab a Skyr yogurt for much cheaper. Hope that helps!