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Icelandair Hotel Reykjavik Natura

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8.0
Excellent
1,747 reviews
+354 444 4000

Top Amenities

Free Wifi
Free Parking
Fitness Center
Restaurant

Panoramic Views of the City, Mountains, and Sea

Modest Priced Luxury Hotel

Icelandair Hotel Reykjavík Natura sits in the wooded area of Oskjuhild Hill, in the center of Reykjavík. A lounge with a cozy fireplace in the lobby, restaurant, fitness center, free parking, and a full-service spa are just a few of the on site features that make this four-star hotel a prime destination. The Satt Restaurant uses only the freshest ingredients in all of their hearty, homemade dishes. Enjoy the daily happy hour special at the Satt Bar or sit outside on the patio in the midnight sun. The multilingual staff is happy to help guests book excursions, rent a car, or find the best shopping in town.

Comfortable Rooms for Every Traveler

This smoke-free hotel offers free Wi-Fi in all 220 guest rooms, as well as in the public areas. With eight different room designs to choose from, there is something to fit everyone’s needs and style. Choose from standard, poetic, floral, or art inspired themes. Each room comes standard with satellite television, a mini refrigerator, coffee maker, hair dryers, and premium bedding. Room service is available from Satt Restaurant from breakfast to late-night snacks.

See the Natural Wonders of Reykjavík

Nordurflug Helicopter Tours offers the best views of the natural wonders of Iceland. From erupting volcanos to the Northern Lights, nothing compares to the natural beauty of Iceland. Explore the countryside with a private off-road tour. Guides will show you hidden caves, cliff-lined shores, amazing waterfalls, and the best spots for viewing the Northern Lights. Visit Blue Lagoon, a geothermal spa 39 km from the center of town.

Capture remarkable pictures of the city and surrounding mountains from atop Perlan (the Pearl). This interesting piece of architecture houses geothermal water towers that aid in heating almost all the buildings in Reykjavík. Enjoy the views from the rotating restaurant at the top of the building or venture to the outdoor walkway around the dome.

The Bottom Line

If you are planning to stay at Icelandair Hotel Reykjavík Natura between October and March, book a Northern Lights tour before your trip. Utilize the concierges’ services to help you find the tours and activities that best suit your style. Whether you rent a car or take a guided tour, there are plenty of natural wonders to see. Guests who want to relax and rejuvenate will love this Reykjavík hotel spa. 

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Nautholsvegur 52
Reykjavik, 101
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User Highlights
8.0
Excellent
Service
"Exceptional staff" "Reception staff excellent"
89% found the staff to be very friendly.
76% said the reception staff was great.
Location
"Close to the sea" "Close to city centre"
Average proximity to the city centre, said 55%.
Good access to the airport, said 91%.
Breakfast
"Excellent breakfast offerings" "Excellent breakfast spread"
69% said the breakfast was too expensive.
Wellness Area
"Luxurious spa" "Wonderful spa complex"
61% didn't like the fitness area.
56% thought the sauna was ok.
WiFi
"Reliable wi-fi" "Free Internet access"
52% said the wifi quality was bad.
100% thought it was a great value.
Room
"Very little window" "Noisy aircon"
78% said the beds were comfortable.
55% said rooms were small.
Value for money
"Free phone" "Complimentary spa"
The price was too high for 86%.
69% said the breakfast was too expensive.
Pool
"Large pool" "Pools Close to"

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Comfortable beds
Clean rooms
Nice building
Bathroom could be optimized
Expert Reviews
Lonely Planet
A bit out of the way, Natura is best for those using the domestic airport. Large, with modern rooms, local art and Sóley organic bath products.
Fodor's
Accommodations at this lively airport-side hotel come in a variety of themed rooms, each with its own sentimental dedication to a famous Icelandic artist, poet, or natural wonder. With...
The Telegraph
Set in a green and hilly area at the edge of the city centre, this welcoming family-friendly hotel is certified green and offers modern, tasteful rooms, a comprehensive spa and very good service
Hotel Information
Features
Bar or Lounge
Business Center
Concierge
Fitness Center
Free Parking
Free Wifi
Handicap
No Smoking
Restaurant
Spa or Sauna
Details
Check-In
From 2:00pm*must be 18 or older to check-in
Check-Out
Until 12:00pm
# of Rooms
220
Fees
Required
  • Local Tax: ISK 111 per accommodation, per night
Handicap Accessible
Wheelchair Accessible
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