Radisson Blu 1919
Radisson Blu 1919 is a fashionable hotel located in the center of Reykjavik. Housed in the former offices of Iceland’s first shipping company, the Radisson boasts elegant rooms, delicious cuisine and breath-taking views across the city.
At a Glance
Fantastic central location, ideal for a city break or sightseeing trip
Locally sourced Icelandic produce at the hotel restaurant
Reykjavik Airport is only two kilometers from the hotel, while Keflavik International Airport is 47 kilometers away, making this the perfect hotel for those just beginning or coming to the end of their Icelandic adventure.
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Set in the heart of the Icelandic capital, The Radisson Blu 1919 is one of Reykjavik's gems. The 88 rooms and suites on offer at the hotel are designed in a chic and elegant fashion with modern facilities and magical views across the city center. The hotel boasts modern style and amenities, including a high speed internet connection and a state of the art Health & Fitness Center as well as excellent customer service.
Within Radisson Blu 1919, the 1919 Restaurant serves elegant food in a contemporary setting. Gastronomic delights include Lobster Soup with Langoustine, Pan fried duck break with orange 3 ways and Icelandic mountain lamb. All ingredients in the hotels restaurant are sourced locally and are used to create the mouth watering dishes on offer. Throughout the day, the popular hotel bar, The 1919 Lounge, is staffed by professional mixologists, who will whip up a one of a kind cocktail whilst you relax and take in the view through floor to ceiling windows.
With Reykjavik Airport just 45 minutes away, this hotel is the perfect spot for a weekend away lapping up the culture and vast natural beauty that Iceland has to offer.
The 88 rooms at this city hotel are all designed in neutral tones with hard wood floors which promote a soothing ambience. A selection of rooms are available from a Standard Room to Loft-style Suites, all feature free high-speed, wireless Internet and tea and coffee facilities.
Allowing in a lot of natural Icelandic light these rooms center around a comfortable and relaxing queen sized bed. Make the most of relaxing after a day of sightseeing by enjoying videos on demand, or keep your loved ones up to date with your activities through the free internet. All rooms have a shower and if requested a bath is available. Approx size is 16m2.
Tailor make these rooms to suit your style, either with a double or two single beds and then choose how you would like to wash your worries away with either a shower or bath. If you would like to share this trip to Iceland with a child then you can easily add another bed. There is additional space for living and feeling truly at home.
If your are in Reykjavik for business, rather than pleasure then there is no better way to start your day with a delicious complimentary Super Buffet Breakfast added to your in room Nespresso coffee. Once your day of meetings is over, kick back and relax in this spacious room and the upgraded bathroom facilities where you can unwind.
If you were looking to really make the most of all that Reykjavik has to offer, through an extended stay or with a larger group then this junior suite is perfect and spacious. Included are a list of amenities such as bath robes, free laundry for a special item. These simple yet comfortable rooms are the perfect way to help you unwind and relax in understated style.
The pinnacle of style and class, these rooms exude sophistication. With separate sitting areas and a private Jacuzzi enjoy your space and let the outside world drift away from your thoughts, when you are done relaxing then you are able sleep a blissful sleep in the exquisite king sized bed.
Location & Directions
The Radisson Blu 1919 Hotel, Reykjavik is perfectly situated in the heart of Iceland's capital city on Posthusstraeti 2.
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.