Alda Hotel Reykjavik is an ideal base from which to explore the city. Located on the main shopping street, Laugavegur, it lies in the heart of Iceland's vibrant capital. Rooms are stylish and comfortable, with a typically Nordic feel.
Ideally located in the centre of Reykjavik and just five minutes from the famous Hallgrimskirkja church
Interiors in a contemporary Nordic style offer a warm welcome
Perfectly situated for exploring the picturesque streets of Reykjavik or further afield in southern Iceland
Sample delicious homemade chocolates in the hotel's chocolate store
Nestled on Laugavegur, Reykjavik's main shopping street, Hotel Alda has a huge choice of restaurants and bars right on the doorstep, but offers a quiet escape from the bustling streets of downtown Reykjavik.
A contemporary and stylish hotel, the 88 rooms and suites boast a Nordic design with unique and quirky touches. Some rooms offer views across the water, while others look over the city rooftops. Each room has a walk-in shower, however some suites also provide a bathtub and each one has a cosy seating area where guests can relax after a day exploring the city or the countryside.
The restaurant at Hotel Alda offers a menu of Icelandic and international dishes, with a relaxed and casual atmosphere. For a sweet treat after your meal, try a selection of the handmade luxury chocolates courtesy of the hotel's own Chocolate Store. Next to the comfortable lounge area in the lobby, Hotel Alda's Barber Bar serves a wide range of drinks and also functions as a real barber shop! A popular spot for locals, the hotel has a lovely atmosphere throughout the day and evening.
For those looking to keep active during their stay, Hotel Alda has a small fitness centre with a range of equipment, while guests looking to unwind after a busy day can use the outdoor hot tub and the sauna.
When to visit
Each room at Hotel Alda provides a mobile phone which can be used to make calls, check maps and make restaurant reservations.
Hotel Alda is located in the 101 district of Reykjavik within easy walking distance of the city's many wonderful cafes, restaurants and shops.
Blue Dragon ice cave by helicopter
Take to the skies and fly over Vatnajokull National Park in a helicopter towards the Skeidararjokull glacier, where, as part of a small group tour, you'll have the chance to explore the stunning Blue Dragon ice cave, one of the region's most remote.
Borgarfjordur and into the glacier
Explore the beautiful west coast of Iceland, discovering its incredible scenery, impressive waterfalls and the breathtaking Langjokull glacier. Venture deep into the glacier itself, walking through fascinating ice caves, for a truly unique experience.
Buggy and ice cave adventure
Discover the dramatic scenery of southern Iceland on an exhilarating tour with your private guide. Begin with a hike across a glacier, followed by a visit into an ice cave, before driving a buggy across one of the south coast's black sand beaches.
Essential Iceland helicopter tour
Explore Iceland from the air, discovering Iceland's highlights from a brand new perspective in your private helicopter. Fly above the iconic Golden Circle, spotting waterfalls and geysers, and admire the multi-coloured mountains of Landmannalaugar.
Explore the Snaefellsnes Peninsula
On this tour pass through the traditional fishing villages perched on the Snaefellsnes Peninsula's coast. Visit the unique Shark Museum and stop at Ölkelda where naturally carbonated water springs from the ground.
Giljabod canyon baths
Explore the beauty of western Iceland with a gentle hike through Husafell canyon, passing by incredible scenery before reaching the Giljabod pools, hidden in the canyon, to enjoy a relaxing soak in the geothermally-heated water.
If adventure is high on your holiday checklist, hiking on one of Iceland's monumental glaciers is a must. An immense wonderland of ice sculptures, ridges and deep crevasses await discovery!
Langjokull is Iceland's second biggest glacier with several enormous ice filled volcanic craters, encircled by imposing volcanoes. Exploring by snowmobile is an adrenaline-fuelled way to experience the breathtaking landscape of this region of Iceland.
Horse riding in Iceland
Known for their distinctive trot, Icelandic horses offer a unique horse riding experience. A completely pure breed, introduced to the island during the Viking settlement, these horses are perfect for both beginners and advanced riders alike.
Inside the Volcano
This is an extraordinary opportunity to explore the heart of a volcano. Thrihnukagigur is a unique natural phenomenon and the only place on earth where you can enter a magma chamber.
Lava tunnel caving
Witness the inner workings of a volcanic eruption; walking in the path of 5,000 year-old lava, for a truly unique experience.
Snowmobiling on Eyjafjallajökull
Perhaps Iceland's most famous volcano, Eyjafjallajökull makes for a thrilling snowmobile experience. Join your private guide as you ride across the surface of the glacier and take in the incredible views of Iceland's south coast.
South Shore safari
On this amazing guided safari you will see the South Shore’s most treasured natural sights, including impressive waterfalls, epic landscapes, as well as its black lava sand beaches and dunes.
Visit the Westman Islands
Head away from mainland Iceland to discover the fascinating Westman Islands, located just off the country's south coast. Take the ferry to Heimaey, the only inhabited island in the archipelago, and explore its dramatic landscape with your private guide.
Westman Islands and lunch on Elliðaey
Fly from the mainland to the Westman Islands to explore this beautiful archipelago. Visit the only inhabited island, Heimaey, before sailing to one of the smaller islands, Elliðaey, for a truly unique lunch.