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Reykjavík, located in the southwestern region, is the capital and largest city of Iceland. There is plenty to see and do, whether you come in summer or winter. Laugavegur is the main shopping, dining and entertainment area. Some of the must-visit attractions in Reykjavík include the Hallgrimskirkja Church, Sun Voyager Sculpture, Harpa Concert Hall, and National Museum of Iceland. Around Reykjavík, you’ll discover many great places for sightseeing. Many travellers stay in the city centre, but go on day tours to explore the surrounding areas.

Berjaya Reykjavík Natura Hotel
Located in one of the greenest areas in Reykjavík, Berjaya Reykjavík Natura Hotel offers easy access to expansive stretches of biking, running and walking trails.
Berjaya Reykjavík Marina Hotel
Located in downtown Reykjavík between the shops and a slipway in the old downtown harbour district, Berjaya Reykjavík Marina Hotel is a unique flavour in the city’s palate.
Hilton Reykjavík Nordica
Hilton Reykjavík Nordica is a contemporary and stylish hotel. Discover buzzing cultural scenes, join an Iceland day tour, or recharge in the nearby geothermal swimming pool.
Canopy by Hilton Reykjavík City Centre
At Canopy by Hilton Reykjavík City Centre, you’ll find simple pleasures, thoughtful extras and nice surprises that go beyond a boutique hotel experience.
Reykjavík Konsúlat Hotel - Curio Collection by Hilton
Reykjavík Konsúlat Hotel - Curio Collection by Hilton pays tribute to the historical grandeur of Consul Thomsen and his welcoming of foreign dignitaries and travellers in the 19th century.
Iceland Parliament Hotel - Curio Collection by Hilton
Located at the very heart of Reykjavik by Austurvöllur town square, you have the city at your feet. Iceland Parliament Hotel showcases Icelandic contemporary art, sophisticated design and history.
Alda Hotel Reykjavík
Alda Hotel Reykjavík is situated on the upper end of Laugavegur, Reykjavík’s main shopping street. Close to shops and restaurants, but far enough from Reykjavík nightlife.