Reykjavik Konsulat Hotel
A well-appointed wedge-shaped spectacle
- 50 rooms
- Indoor pool
This downtown residence, housed in a former high-end department store serves as the ideal spot from which to soak up the cultural landmarks of the city, such as the Harpa Concert Hall and the Reykjavik Art Museum. Initially constructed in the 20th century, the hotel’s refurbished interior is a polished blend of plush, mid-century furnishings, varied textiles and touches of colour, with neutral tones.
Discerningly decorated rooms are spacious in size and feature black and white framed paintings, depicting the hotel’s former department store days. Flooded with natural light and further illuminated by sleek, golden light features, the rooms are accompanied by glossy, cream-hued bathrooms.
GOTT Reykjavík, the on-site restaurant, is run by renowned local chefs and offers light fusion dishes in a casual setting. A healthy breakfast spread is served here every morning and you can muse over a coffee in the stylish lounge by the fire throughout the day.
Set within the softly-lit spa area, the enticing hot pool, backed by an original stone wall is a particular highlight, surrounded by seating and a sauna. A compact basement gym is also available for the more active guests.
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