Plus and Executive Plus Rooms overlook the Akrafjall and Esja mountains or Faxaflói Bay
The cozy library features a fire made from volcanic ash
What To Know
It's a 15-minute walk or a 10-minute free bus ride to/from the center of Reykjavik
Hot tub massages are offered at the spa
Access to the spa (including steam baths, hot tubs and a log cabin sauna) is an additional $30 per person
The hotel's award-winning restaurant, VOX, gets busy so you may need to book.
Parking on site
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Contemporary base within easy reach of Reykjavik's main attractions, with a Nordic restaurant, an impressive spa and outdoor hot tubs
Sleek and modern, the Hilton Reykjavik Nordica makes a great base for exploring Iceland’s quirky capital city. The contemporary guestrooms feature blond wood floors and cream walls dotted with Icelandic photography, and the all-white bathrooms are equipped with Peter Thomas Roth toiletries. Book a Plus or an Executive Plus Room for views of the Akrafjall and Esja mountains, or Faxaflói Bay. The communal areas are chic and elegantly designed; the sprawling lobby has a cozy living room feel, with bookshelves stuffed with curios, maps of Iceland and comfy armchairs. But the hotel's standout amenity is the spa, which features indoor and outdoor hot tubs, two aroma steam rooms and plenty of massage options. After a treatment curl up with a book by the fire made out of volcanic ash in the library, or head to Vox, the hotel’s award-winning restaurant and bar; a top people-watching spot, it also serves a delicious weekend brunch.
In the Area
The hotel is a 15-minute walk or a 10-minute free shuttle bus ride from Reykjavik's eclectic and arty center. The property also provides a free bus card to let guests access various local attractions. The nearest thermal bath is Laugardalslaug, which features an outdoor pool, steam baths and a water slide; the famous Blue Lagoon Spa is around a 40-minute drive away. There are plenty of outdoor activities nearby, including hiking and horseback riding. For a true taste of Iceland head to Sjavargrillid, a popular eatery, or Fridrik V, which serves Scandinavian cuisine. Culture vultures should pay a visit to the National Gallery or the popular open-air Folk Museum.
Hilton Reykjavik Nordica
How to Get There
The preferred airport for Hilton Reykjavik Nordica is Reykjavik (RKV-Reykjavik Domestic) - 2.4 km / 1.5 mi. Distances are calculated in a straight line from the property's location to the point of interest or airport and may not reflect actual travel distance. Distances are displayed to the nearest 0.1 mile and kilometre.