Fosshotel Reykjavík, Iceland's largest hotel, is a modern, stylish and contemporary accommodation located in the capital's business district and just a short walking distance of the main shopping street Laugavegur.Book Now
Address: Hofdatorg, 105 Reykjavík
Hotel Rating: ****
The stylish and exceptional four-star Fosshotel Reykjavík is the largest hotel in Iceland, with 320 rooms located in Reykjavík’s business district - just a few short blocks from the main shopping street Laugavegur in the city's old town. The hotel boasts 16 floors (including seven suites in the top floors) with all rooms providing magnificent views of the city, Faxafloi bay, and the gorgeous backdrop of Mt. Esja.
Hotel amenities include breakfast each morning, gym accress for all guests, free high-speed Wi-FI access, and free parking for those with cars during their stay. In addition, on-site guests will find the Haust Restaurant (designed by Leifur Welding), Beergarden, a tour desk, first-class conference and meeting rooms, plus a spa facility opening in 2016.
1 Hotel Exterior* 2 Standard Room 3 Haust (Autumn) Restaurant
* Note: Conceptual design (opening June 2015)
ICELANDIC TOURIST BOARD HOTEL CLASSIFICATION SYSTEM
Five star | *****
All rooms include private bathroom, telephone, satellite TV, movie channel, radio, desk and safe compartment. Luxurious interior decor & furnishings, including bathrobes at each bedside. Room & turndown service, a restaurant and laundry services are available, as well as an indoor swimming pool and/or exercise facilities.
Four star | ****
All rooms include private bathroom, telephone, satellite TV, movie channel, radio and desk. There is room service, a restaurant and laundry services available.
Three star | ***
All rooms include private bathroom, telephone, TV, radio and desk. There is a breakfast room and service counter to buy snacks and small items.
Two star | **
Bar & dining room facilities (including breakfast), public telephone access and 24 hour check-in available. Rooms may be equipped with a private bathroom, but this is not a condition.
More information on the Tourist Board Hotel Classification System can be found here.