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Make sure you distinguish between rooms with bathrooms and rooms without (they did not). The place is just really not well attended to and seemed heavily used. I am not a shared bathroom guy so I immediately changed rooms. Thank god as, again, it’s not...More
Clean rooms, easy to find, free parking. Walking distance to downtown. Friendly staff. Nice breakfast buffet, but if you show up after 10, even though everything is still out, don’t expect to eat. Overall nice place. I’d go again.
(TRAVELER FROM AMERICA) this is very much comparable to a motel 6 with a shared bathroom that is very small. The beds are comfortable and it’s a place to lay your head. But nothing more then that. The bathroom is not ideal. I would recommend...More
The room we were initially given (for 3 travellers) was tiny and disappointing but the fridge wasn't working and they upgraded us to a "proper" sized room with 3 single beds (rather than a pullout bed). If we had been stuck with the initial room...More
This small hotel is based on the crossing of two main streets in Reykjavik. Laugavegur (main street with restaurants and shops) starts in front of the hotel. There is a market 1011 right around the corner that works 24/7, and Phallological museum is next to...More
Yes there is a shop across the street (next to the pen*s museum) but it's the more expensive of the 2 types of supermarket. If you walk a couple of min into town there is the cheaper supermarket. There is also a small fridge... More
Yes there is a shop across the street (next to the pen*s museum) but it's the more expensive of the 2 types of supermarket. If you walk a couple of min into town there is the cheaper supermarket. There is also a small fridge in the room.