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Reykjavik the small city with the big heart

Let us help you find a hotel in Reykjavik. In fact, Reykjavik is the capital and the larges city of Iceland. In fact Reykjavik is the only urban area in Iceland with the official status of a city. Reykjavik is the world’s northernmost capital of a sovereign state. Furthermore, It is located in south-western Iceland, on the southern shore of the Faxaflói Bay. The population of Reykjavik is around 120 – 140.000 people but in the greater capital with six municipalities around it has a total population of about 220.000 people. This counts roughly for around 60% of the total population of Iceland (340.000).

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Reykjavik has a lot to offer; various hotels, multi-cultural restaurants, cultural events such as music festivals, and many exciting experiences for visitors.


For your stay in Reykjavik, we recommend these hotels

Hotel Borg by Keahotels in the Center of Reykjavik

Hotel Borg by Kea Hotels

While finding your stay in Reykjavik you will come across this gem. In our opinion, this elegant Art Deco-style Hotel Borg by Keahotels enjoys a central location in Reykjavik, overlooking the historic Asuturvollur Square. incidentally, The Icelandic Parliament is just across the street from this beautiful hotel.

This beautiful building, Hotel Borg was originally built by Jóhannes Jósefsson, a famous strong man and adventurer. After competing, in the 1908 Olympics and traveling in America with Barnum & Baileys circus, he returned to Iceland in 1927 with one goal: a dream to build a luxury hotel. As the first millennium celebrations of the republic were at hand, a hotel fit for foreign heads of state, dignitaries, and celebrities were desperately needed in Reykjavík.

The cornerstone was laid in 1928. In addition, eighteen months later, in January 1930, Hotel Borg opened its restaurant and four months after that, in May, the hotel itself was opened and began to receive guests. . The proud owner of this new landmark building, Jósefsson was usually referred to as Jóhannes at Borg.


In addition, we also recommend these highly-rated hotels in Reykjavik. Keep in mind that there is high demand for hotels in Reykjavik during the summertime, so we suggest you book your accommodation in advance.