I love Hotel 101! I arrived at 101 quite early in the morning, and the front desk staff was wonderful and friendly. After a few minutes, they were able to give me my room early. The rooms are modern, chic, and comfortable. The bathrooms are unusual, but fine if you are comfortable with the person with whom you are sharing ...
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- 20.16 mi0.16 mi from 101 hotel5 reviews
I like music, and I like to see what a country has to offer. It's got a good selection of music, and the employees are good. It's just not a place that I would spend a lot of time, although I hear that bands do play there and that would make it tempting.Popular withDesignBackpackersStudents
- 30.11 mi0.11 mi from 101 hotel4 reviews
If you've seen the movie "101 Reykjavik", you already know this place. It's just off Laugavegur and will get really busy on the weekends, so arrive early if you want to stand a chance of getting in. Inside, the atmosphere is unique, especially in the early hours of the morning. People WILL dance on tables!Popular withTrendstersNightlife
- 40.2 mi0.2 mi from 101 hotel7 reviews
The real heart of Reykjavik. Around Austurvöllur square stand both Alþingi the Parliament and Domkirkjan the Cathedral. The statue is of Jon Sigurðsson who is celebrated as the men behind Iceland becoming an independent country. Austurvöllur is the place were the locals come to enjoy the sun on a sunny dayPopular withOutdoorLocal
- 50.08 mi0.08 mi from 101 hotel3 reviews
When I'm in a new City, I try to find something unique gift-wise to take back with me. I'm not big on Tourist schlock, and tend to gravitate to the work of local artists, including photography. I was lucky to stubble upon Fótógrafí during my many Reykjavik rambles and was immediately drawn in. Ari Sigvaldason's gallery sells work by over ...Popular withSpiritualLocalTrendsters
- 60.17 mi0.17 mi from 101 hotel3 reviews
So this is a bar/restaurant. Around dinner time, it's actually a rather cozy atmosphere with a pretty big selection of traditional Icelandic fare. I wasn't feeling adventurous enough to take the "surprise" tour around Iceland, which I think is something akin to "chef's selection", but after the previous night's adventure in puffin and whale, I was more inclined to stick ...Popular withAdventure
- 70.15 mi0.15 mi from 101 hotel3 reviews
Eymundsson is the oldest and largest bookseller in Iceland. It has shops in every major town and at the International Airport. This multi-level store offers a wide selection of books, magazines, Icelandic Music, stationary, and local selections. There's also a nice coffee shop and an outdoor patio.Popular withFoodies
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66°NORTH was founded in Iceland in 1926 and began with protective-wear designed to shield the Icelandic workforce from the elements. As one of Iceland's oldest design and manufacturing companies, they still make durable workwear, but their extensive range now includes jackets, sweaters, parkas, pants, coats, fleece garments and accessories for adults and children. When I was recently in Iceland, there ...
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- 120.2 mi0.2 mi from 101 hotel1 review
One of my favorite bars in Iceland. It's got a very speakeasy/traveler feel to the ambience, filled with travelers from all over the world and locals alike. The lights are made of globes and there is a huge vintage map of Iceland on the wall. The cocktails are also quite good here. The only downside is that it closes at ...Popular withTrendstersNightlifeFoodies
- 130.22 mi0.22 mi from 101 hotel1 review
Good craft beer bar with Icelandic beers on tap and plenty of international beers in bottles. If you're from California like me, you'll see a lot of familiars. Happy hour gets you a selected draught beer for 700 ISK. Micro Bar also had a few snacks available, including sausages. Wi-Fi is free and service is good. It's located inside a ...Popular withNightlifeLocalFoodies
- 140.17 mi0.17 mi from 101 hotel1 review
This is an attractive and welcoming store, mostly because it presents a warm and vaguely indie/yupscale take on everyday staples like jeans, jackets, sweaters, boots, and associated accessories. There are 2 nicely organized floors that practically beg you to buy something.
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The Reykjavík Grapevine is free alternative magazine in English published 18 times a year. 6 times (monthly) during the winter (October-March). 12 times (bi-weekly) during the summer (April-September). The magazine is distributed all over Iceland to around 1000 locations. The magazine covers everything Iceland-related, with a special focus on news-related events, human interest stories, music, culture and events. The magazine's ...
- 170.13 mi0.13 mi from 101 hotel1 review
Eymundsson is the oldest and largest bookseller in Iceland and has shops in every major town including the Airport. Eymundsson offers a wide selection of books, magazines and other reading material, in Icelandic, English and other languages. There's also a nice coffee shop and a good literary vibe.
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What a great museum -- it's a chance to connect with the great sagas that are such a part of Iceland's history, as well as see the Perlan water tanks which provide geothermal energy for much of the country. It's a great combination history and current-day environmental politics. Plus there's a great view from the top!
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Alþingishúsið (The Parliament House) is a classical 19th century structure which stands by Austurvöllur in central Reykjavík. It houses Alþingi, the Icelandic Parliament. The building was designed by Danish architect Ferdinand Meldahl and built using hewn dolerite during 1880 to 1881. Alþingishúsið has also housed the Icelandic National Library and Antiquaries Collection, and later the Icelandic National Gallery. The University ...