Canopy by Hilton Reykjavik
Canopy by Hilton Reykjavik is located in the very heart of Iceland's capital city. Just moments from the main landmarks, the comfortable rooms and relaxed lounges make for the perfect retreat from the hustle and bustle of the city center.
At a Glance
Ideally located in the center of Reykjavik, just five minutes from the Hallgrimskirkja church
The relaxed, contemporary style makes for a warm and welcoming atmosphere
The ideal base for an Icelandic adventure
Treat yourself to a delicious dinner in the fantastic Geiri Smart restaurant
Just moments from Reykjavik's shops, restaurants and bars
Head to the bar between 6 and 7 pm to enjoy a complimentary tasting session of Icelandic delicacies and local drinksScott Dunn team
The Geri Smart restaurant located in Hotel Canopy is a dining experience you will not forget. Watch the chefs cook up masterpieces in the open kitchen using local ingredients, adding creativity to their menu.Cammie Burke
Feel like a lie-in or up early to explore? Hang one of the quirky breakfast bags on your door with your preferred time and it will be filled with a light breakfast at the time of your choosing the next day.Claire Medlock
Set in the center of Reykjavik, Canopy by Hilton Reykjavik is a real home from home in the heart of the city. Surrounded by the picturesque streets of downtown Reykjavik, and with a warm and welcoming atmosphere, Canopy by Hilton is the perfect spot to return to after a busy day exploring the city, or the Icelandic countryside.
The 112 rooms at Canopy by Hilton are contemporary and comfortable, with décor inspired by Scandinavian design. Some rooms feature statement headboards, styled to represent the typical homes of Reykjavik, while warm, traditional textiles ensure each room is exceptionally cosy.
The comfortable lounges, soft lighting and plush seating create a wonderful atmosphere in Canopy by Hilton's bar and cafe areas. Guests can relax by open fires with a signature cocktail, chat with fellow travelers at the complimentary tasting sessions, or unwind in a secluded corner. For dinner, Canopy by Hilton's Geiri Smart gourmet restaurant offers a delicious menu using fresh ingredients, locally-sourced where possible, paired with fantastic wines in a trendy and elegant setting.
For lovely views of the city, head to the hotel's roof terrace, where you'll also find the 'waterfall' - one of Canopy by Hilton's many art installations. For those looking to see Reykjavik, the city's main sights are just a short walk away, or guests can pick up one of the hotel's bikes to further explore the area. If you'd like to venture further afield, landmarks such as Geysir, Gulfoss and Thingvellir National Park are less than a two-hour drive away, making Canopy by Hilton the perfect base from which to discover Iceland.
Canopy by Hilton Reykjavik has a total of 112 rooms, including 17 suites. The majority have king-size memory foam beds, and some offer views across the sea towards the mountains. Each has black-out curtains, perfect for the light summer months, and all are inspired by contemporary Scandinavian design. All rooms benefit from complimentary WiFi, a Nespresso machine, and a 48-inch TV, while bathrooms provide amenities by Apivita. For families traveling together, there are interconnecting rooms available on request.
King Rooms measure approximately 18 to 23 sqm, and are comfortable rooms offering king-size beds. Bathrooms have luxurious walk-in showers and Apivita amenities.
|King Premium Room||
The King Premium Rooms offer 25 to 30 sqm of space, with ample room for a couple. The bathrooms have walk-in showers, while each guest receives a bathrobe and slippers for a comfortable stay.
|King Heritage Room||
Located in the historical section of Canopy by Hilton Reykjavik, King Heritage Rooms perfectly blend contemporary design with Icelandic tradition. Each room has been expertly restored, while keeping the original architectural features of this former 1950s home.
|King Junior Suite||
King Junior Suites have an open-plan bedroom and living area, with a king-size bed and plush, comfortable sofas. Each guest receives a bathrobe and slippers, and will benefit from the additional space this suite offers. King Junior Suites measure between 30 to 40 sqm.
|King One Bedroom Suite||
King One Bedroom Suites benefit from a separate bedroom and living room, and measure 35 to 42 sqm. A real home away from home, this suite has a king-sized bed, with a comfortable seating area in the adjacent living room.
The Loft Suite is the largest room at Canopy by Hilton Reykjavik, measuring 50 sqm. The Loft Suite offers a spacious open-plan bedroom and living area, as well as a private terrace.
Children of all ages are welcome at Canopy by Hilton Reykjavik. Cribs can be arranged in guest rooms, while high chairs and a children's menu are available in the restaurant. There is also a babysitting service on request.
The Geiri Smart restaurant is the perfect location for dinner, offering a delectable gourmet menu in an elegant yet relaxed setting. One of Reykjavik's top restaurants, the chefs at Geiri Smart provide a fluid menu, changing to accommodate the produce available from local farms or fisherman. The Canopy Central Bistro and Bar offers a variety of drinks including signature cocktails, and each evening provides a complimentary tasting session of locally-produced drinks and Icelandic delicacies. Canopy Central Cafe offers a casual space for a quick bite, a coffee or a Danish pastry.
For those looking to stay active during their vacation, Canopy by Hilton Reykjavik has a 24-hour gym. There are also bikes available at the hotel, which can be used to cycle around the beautiful streets of Reykjavik. Canopy by Hilton is in a fantastic location, surrounded by many shops and restaurants, and just a few minutes' walk from sights such as the iconic Hallgrimskirkja. Canopy by Hilton is ideally located for exploring Reykjavik, as well as sights further afield such as Gulfoss, Geysir and Thingvellir National Park.
Location & Directions
Canopy by Hilton is located in the central district of Reykjavik within easy walking distance of the city's many wonderful cafes, restaurants and shops.
When to go
Nordic climate - May, June and July are the driest months of the year. Mid-June to August is high season, but most highland tours don’t operate until July because of snow. At other times, many tourist facilities outside Reykjavík are closed. From September through March, the night is dark enough to see the Aurora Borealis.