Grand Hotel Reykjavik

Reykjavik Hotel
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Total meeting space2,286 sq. m
Guest rooms314
Sigtun 38
Reykjavik 105


Official rating in Iceland 4 star superior


Room features and guest services

  • Internet access
  • Laundry service
  • Luggage storage
  • Room service
  • View (Mountain)
  • View (Ocean or water)
  • View (Urban)


  • Extended stay
  • Onsite catering
  • Onsite restaurant
  • Rental car service
  • Wheelchair accessible

Business services

  • AV capabilities
  • Business center
  • Video conference

Recreational activities

  • Health club
  • Spa or salon
  • Whirlpool

Venue accessible by

  • Airport shuttle
  • Bus
  • Taxi


  • Dance floor
  • Piano

Photo gallery

Meeting space

Total meeting space2,286 sq. m
Meeting rooms12
Largest room600 sq. m
Second largest room345 sq. m

Guest rooms

Total guest rooms314
Single (One bed)19
Double (Two beds)280



Local Attractions


20 minutes away
Reykjavik Art Museum is located in three different buildings, Hafnarhús on the waterfront, Kjarvalsstaðir on the Miklatún park and the Ásmundur Sveinsson Sculpture Museum near Laugardalur. Kjarvalsstaðir Kjarvalsstaðir is mainly devoted to paintings and sculpture by well established Icelandic and international artists. It offers a permanent exhibition of key works by one of Iceland’s most beloved landscape painters, Jóhannes S. Kjarval (1885–1972), as well as changing exhibitions that explore various thematic and historical aspects of Icelandic art. Kjarvalsstaðir has a bright and spacious restaurant with a wonderful view of the museum grounds (Miklatún). The Kjarvalsstaðir shop offers books and exhibition catalogues in English about Icelandic art, in addition to postcards and art posters. Kjarvalsstaðir was commissioned in 1966 and christened in 1973, the first building in Iceland specifically designed for visual art exhibitions. The architect is Hannes Kr. Davíðsson. Kjarvalsstaðir features exhibitions from its Kjarval Collection as well as diverse temporary exhibitions. Jóhannes S. Kjarval (1885-1972) holds a special place in Icelandic art history and culture, as one of Iceland’s most beloved artists.

Reykjavík Spa

2 minutes away
Reykjavík Spa Is a beauty- and massage parlour with a beautiful spa area and a calm, relaxing and refreshing atmosphere. We are equipped with six spacious rooms for treatments and pampering, where our talented staff do their best to continually exceed every guest‘s expectations. If you would rather like to work out than visit our beauticians, our gym has everything you need to stay in shape. In the spa area there are two spacious hot tubs, 39°C (102°F) and 41°C (105°F), an infrared sauna, a steam bath and a lovely candlelit area where you can relax by the fireplace. All guests have access to our luxurious changing rooms and are provided with bathrobe, towel and slippers for use during their visit to Reykjavik Spa.
Sigtún 38
Reykajvík, IS 105

Swimming pool, Ice skating and Zoo

15 minutes away
Pool 1: 50m x 22m, 8 lanes, 1m - 1.74m depth, outdoors, geothermally heated, 28°C (82°F). Pool 2: 50m x 25m, 10 lanes, indoors, "a comfortable temperature for training". Pool 3: 25m, 4 lanes, ~1m depth children's pool, indoors, "warmer than the other pools". There is a free form pool next to the outdoor 50m pool, it's about 30m long and, if quiet, is good for drills. It's warmer than the 50m pool. Various hotpots are alongside the outdoor pool at varying temperatures to relax in after a training session. It also has hot pots, Jacuzzi, thermal steam bath and an 86-meter-long water slide for young and old. One can also get a massage ( This facility is situated in Laugardalur valley, the center for athletics and recreation in Reykjavík. The area surrounding the pool has paths good for jogging and walking. In winter there are paths for cross-country skiing. A short distance from the pool is the Botanical Garden where one can see numerous plants and flowers while enjoying an especially peaceful atmosphere. Nearby is the Farm Zoo which everyone staying in Reykjavík should visit. On display are Icelandic pets and a variety of wild animals.


5 minutes away
is dedicated to the works of sculptor Ásmundur Sveinsson (1893-1982). Opened in 1983, the collection is housed in a unique building designed and constructed mostly by the artist himself from 1942-1950, drawing on architectural ideas from the Mediterranean, the domed buildings of the Middle East, and the pyramids of Egypt. The original building served Sveinsson as studio and home; behind it he built a crescent-shaped structure as a work- and exhibition space. Architect Mannfreð Vilhjálmsson designed the addition that now joins the crescent-shaped and original buildings. A sculpture garden surrounds the Museum, adorned with nearly thirty of the artist’s sculptures. Ásmundur Sveinsson was a pioneer of sculpture in Iceland. He found his inspiration in the Icelandic landscape, literature, and people. The central features of the collection are massive, powerful and sometimes provocative works in praise of the Icelandic common people, folktales and nature.
Reykajvík, IS 105


15 minutes away
The Kringlan Shopping Centre is located in Reykjavik's new city centre, approximately four kilometres from the historic city area, and is a big part of life in Reykjavik.
Kringlan 4-6
Reykjvík, IS 105

Distance from airport

  • 45 km from venue


  • Complimentary parking


Grand Hotel Reykjavik is a first-class hotel for business travellers, conference guests and tourists who demand excellent service and facilities. The hotel is situated in a quiet area within a short distance from all services, recreation and business centres. Grand Hotel is now the largest hotel in Iceland with a total of 314 rooms. Grand Hotel Reykjavik has 12 meeting rooms seating 12 - 470. The meeting and conference rooms has 2500 m2 of meeting space with endless possibilities. Technical equipment of latest technology as Grand Hotel Reykjavik wants to meet the highest demands.

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