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.
At a Glance
Ideally located in the center 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
The team at Hotel Alda offer a personal service with attention to detail, as well as a concierge service
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 center with a range of equipment, while guests looking to unwind after a busy day can use the outdoor hot tub and the sauna.
Hotel Alda has 88 comfortably furnished rooms decorated with in a contemporary Nordic style. The ocean and mountains can be seen from some rooms while others offer a city view. Each bathroom has a walk-in shower and all rooms offer complimentary WiFi and a Samsung HD TV.
Deluxe Rooms measure between 26 - 29 sqm. The bedroom can be set up with a double or twin beds and offers a comfortable seating area.
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Alda Deluxe Rooms measure a spacious 29 sqm and can be set up with either a double or twin beds. These rooms offer views across the mountains and the sea.
Measuring 32 sqm, Family Rooms can sleep up to two adults and two children aged 12 or younger. The room is comprised of one double or two twin beds and a double sofa bed.
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Alda Attic Rooms are 24 sqm in size. These rooms provide access to the balcony which overlooks the mountains and sea.
The Alda Suite measures a spacious 45 sqm and offers a large double bed and comfortable living area. The suite has two bathrooms, one with a walk-in shower and one with a bathtub. Guests in the Alda Suite have access to the balcony which offers views over the city and the mountains.
The King Suite measures 60 sqm and boasts a comfortable living area and bedroom. The bathroom provides a walk-in rainforest shower as well as a bathtub.
Children are welcome at Hotel Alda however there are no specific childcare facilities.
The restaurant at Hotel Alda serves up a variety of international and Icelandic dishes in a casual setting. The hotel's Barber Bar offers a selection of drinks and cocktails, while the Chocolate Store is the perfect place to enjoy a sweet treat.
Guests looking to keep active during their vacation can make full use of Hotel Alda's fitness center, sauna and outdoor hot tub. Hotel Alda is well located in the center of Reykjavik, within easy walking distance of sights such as the Hallgrimskirkja, as well as the city's many shops, bars and restaurants.
Location & Directions
Hotel Alda is located in the 101 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.