Hotel Reykjavík Saga Family Deluxe
Hotel Reykjavík Saga Family Deluxe
Hotel Reykjavik Saga Superior Room
Superior Room
Hotel Reykjavík Saga
Hotel Reykjavík Saga
Hotel Reykjavik Saga Standard Double Room
Standard Double Room
Hotel Reykjavik Saga Superior Room
Superior Room
Hotel Reykjavík Saga Reception
Hotel Reykjavík Saga Reception
Hotel Reykjavík Saga
Hotel Reykjavík Saga
Hotel Reykjavík Saga
Hotel Reykjavík Saga
Hotel Reykjavík Saga Corridor
Hotel Reykjavík Saga Corridor
Fröken Reykjavík kitchen & Bar
Fröken Reykjavík kitchen & Bar
Fröken Reykjavík kitchen & Bar
Fröken Reykjavík kitchen & Bar
Hotel Reykjavík Saga Gym facilities
Hotel Reykjavík Saga Gym facilities
Hotel Reykjavík Saga spa area
Hotel Reykjavík Saga spa area
Hotel Reykjavík Saga Sauna
Hotel Reykjavík Saga Sauna
Hotel Reykjavík Saga Executive Suite
Hotel Reykjavík Saga Executive Suite
Hotel Reykjavík Saga Family Deluxe
Hotel Reykjavík Saga Family Deluxe
Hotel Reykjavik Saga Superior Room
Superior Room
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Hotel Reykjavík Saga

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Hotel Reykjavík Saga

Hotel Reykjavík Saga is an elegant 4-star hotel that opened in July 2022. Ideally situated at the very heart of the Reykjavík city center, the hotel is a stone's throw away from picturesque Lake Tjörnin, the cathedral and Reykjavík art museum, as well as the fantastic downtown shops and restaurants.

The hotel is located on Lækjargata, a historic street in the center of Reykjavík and has been designed with full respect to the surrounding buildings in a modern style that reflects Icelandic tradition. Location and environment have been fully considered throughout the design process, making Hotel Reykjavík Saga a stunning downtown stay in Iceland's capital. 

Within the Saga hotel, you’ll find the excellent restaurant Fröken Reykjavik Kitchen & Bar. The location in the very heart of the capital is just one thing that makes your time at Fröken Reykjavík a unique experience. Not only can you be sure of the quality of local ingredients used and prepared here, but also watch chefs work in real time to prepare your meal.

Two large roof terraces will be availble in the summer.The hotel also features a gym and spa with a steam bath and sauna. There is access for coaches in front of the hotel for drop off and pick up.

 

Accommodation

The hotel features 130 boutique style rooms that vary in shape and view.

Standard, superior, deluxe, family deluxe and suites, all with first class amenities.

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Fröken Reykjavík Kitchen & Bar

Ideally situated right at the very heart of Reykjavík city center.

Within the art deco styled restaurant you can find a vibrant bar, wine room, stunning winter garden and an open kitchen were you can watch the chefs prepare your meal.

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Top 3 Things to Do in Reykjavík

The Northern Lights

One of the biggest draws to Iceland is the Aurora Borealis, or Northern Lights, a striking natural phenomenon that causes the sky to light up with streaks of dancing colors. The best time to see the Northern Lights in Iceland is between September and April on a dark and cloudless night. You’ll want to escape from the light pollution of Reykjavik but tours can easily be arranged from the city.

The Golden Circle

A popular sightseeing route within easy reach of Reykjavík is Iceland’s Golden Circle, a tour of some of the best attractions in the southwest of the country. Famous sights such as the historical Þingvellir National Park, the awe-inspiring Geysir Geothermal Area and the mighty Gullfoss waterfall are all situated on this route - none are further than a two-hour drive from the capital.

Whale-watching

There’s no better place to book a whale-watching tour than Reykjavík; boats leave daily from the old harbor, just minutes from the center. The main types of whales that are usually spotted in Faxaflói Bay are minke whales, white-beaked dolphins, humpback whales and harbor porpoises - sightings of these majestic creatures are most likely during the summer months.

FAQ

  • Standard check in time is 3pm local hotel time and check-out time is 12pm local hotel time. 

  • You can contact the hotel and request an early check in and/or late check-out for additional charge. This is based on availability and possible to request via the welcome email guests receive shortly before arrival.

    If you arrive earlier, the reception will gladly store your baggage in the baggage area until your room is ready.

  • Public parking is available and parking garages nearby. The hotel cannot reserve parking.

  • There is a range of tours and activities available in and around Reykjavík which you can book here

  • Yes, dogs are allowed at the hotel. To request a dog friendly room when booking, it is important that you inform us in the comment box. To guarantee the room, you'll have to contact the hotel. 

    More about our furry friends. See our pet policy. 

  • Bookings made on the website can be changed or cancelled via link in the booking confirmation email. 

  • Yes, Hotel Reykjavík Saga offers buffet breakfast that is served from 7am-10am. 

  • Yes there is a Spa & fitness centre that is open from 8am-8pm. 

    Our spa area consists of a small gym, foot soak, dry sauna, steam room and a relaxation area.

  • To request housekeeping services, please inform the front desk upon check-in or the day prior to the desired service. Additionally, feel free to request fresh towels, linens, and other amenities, as necessary.

  • At Íslandshotel we are committed to both sustainability and the privacy of our guests. As part of that commitment our housekeeping team will only enter your room to clean and change towels upon request, effectively reducing the amount of water and chemicals used. However, if you prefer daily cleaning or require a restock of amenities, we're happy to accommodate your needs.

    To request housekeeping services, please inform the front desk upon check-in or on the day prior to the desired service. Additionally, feel free to request fresh towels, linens, and other amenities, as necessary.

    We hope that this endeavor allows us to provide you with a more personalized and comfortable stay, while also contributing to a more sustainable future.

    At Íslandshótel, we prioritize the comfort and peace of mind of our guests. In certain situations, our staff may need to enter rooms, even if a 'do not disturb' sign is displayed. This is typically for essential maintenance, safety checks, security procedures, or other valid reasons. To ensure a respectful and minimally disruptive experience, our team will always knock on the door and announce their presence before entering. We understand the importance of privacy and strive to maintain a welcoming environment for all.

    If you have any concerns or questions, please don't hesitate to contact our friendly staff.

    Learn more about our sustainable practices and our Green Key Certificate here.

  • The Government of Iceland approved 15. December 2023 that a lodging tax would take effect 1. January 2024. This tax was abolished for the period 1. April 2020 to 31. December 2023 due to the corona virus pandemic. 

    In short: 

    The lodging tax takes effect 1. January 2024. 

    The lodging tax will be ISK 600 plus 11% VAT.

    The lodging tax is per room, per night.

    The lodging tax is charged on arrival.