Reykjavik Konsulat Hotel
At a Glance
The modern, classic décor provides a stylish option in the centre of Reykjavik
Within easy reach of the city's main sights, including the impressive Hallgrimskirkja
GOTT restaurant offers creative Icelandic cuisine from an award-winning chef
The wellness centre is the ideal place to relax in the Jacuzzi and sauna
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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.
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The Reykjavik Konsulat Hotel is a luxury boutique hotel located in the heart of the city centre. This classic hotel offers spacious rooms, a gourmet restaurant and a relaxing spa, offering the ideal base from which to explore Iceland.
The Reykjavik Konsulat Hotel was once a 1900s department store and, following a thoughtful renovation, the hotel's architecture now combines modern amenities with a nod to its history. The hotel boasts a fantastic location at the heart of the city, and is just a short walk from the Harpa Concert Hall, the Icelandic Parliament and the main shopping street, Laugavegur, making this the perfect base for exploring Reykjavik.
Each of the 50 rooms at the Reykjavik Konsulat Hotel is unique and all offer classic stylish décor and spacious interiors. Black and white historical photography bring character to the rooms and corridors, and the cosy neutral colours make each room feel inviting. The Reykjavik Konsulat Hotel also offers an eclectic and comfortable lounge that welcomes you at the end of your days exploring the city and surrounding countryside.
For dining, the Konsulat Hotel's Gott Restaurant is a fantastic option. Family owned and operated, Gott Restaurant's famous chefs serve up creative Icelandic dishes that highlight locally-sourced ingredients, making this restaurant popular with guest and locals alike.
The wellness spa at the Reykajvik Konsulat Hotel is the ideal place to unwind at the end of your day, offering a sauna, Jacuzzi and relaxation room. The hotel also has a 24-hour fitness centre that is accessible for all guests.
The Reykjavik Konsulat Hotel has a total of 50 rooms and suites, each offering a plush bed and blackout curtains to ensure a restful night sleep. The rooms are equipped with complimentary Wi-Fi, a 49-inch TV, mini-refrigerator, espresso machine, kettle and plush robes and slippers. Room service is available 24 hours a day.
Children of all ages are welcome at the Reykjavik Konsulat Hotel. 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.
GOTT Reykjavik is a family owned restaurant and bar offering fresh food made with local ingredients. The restaurant offers a variety of contemporary and classic dishes and it is popular with guests and locals. The buffet breakfast offers hot and cold items and the cosy atmosphere at the Lobby Bar makes for an ideal spot to enjoy coffee or drinks.
Reykjavik Konsulat Hotel offers a 24-hour fitness centre and a luxurious bath house featuring a Jacuzzi, sauna and relaxation room. The hotel also offers bikes for those wishing to pedal through the streets of Reykjavik. The Konsulat Hotel is in the heart of Reykjavik and most of the major city sights are steps from the hotel, alongside the main dining and shopping district.
Gwen Nicol (Staff)
The Konsulat Hotel is a brand new boutique hotel in the heart of Reykjavik. The hotel is part of the Hilton Brand of hotels but it is set in a historic building and it only has 50 rooms so it feels quite special. The Konsulat is perfectly placed near the concert hall, the Parliament Buildings and the main shopping district so exploring the compact city is easy from this hotel. The rooms are contemporary and spacious and the bathrooms are bigger than most city hotels. The rooms have Nespresso Machines, bathrobes and slippers and a mini fridge. The hotel has a 24 hour fitness centre and a small wellness spa. I enjoyed the spa early in the morning and I had the jacuzzi all to myself. The Gott Restaurant offers a beautiful buffet breakfast with hot and cold items and they also offer lunch, dinner and rooms service throughout the day. There is also a lobby bar that offers drinks and light snacks in the afternoon and it seemed quite popular with the locals. This hotel felt more luxurious than any of the other hotels in the city and I would recommend it for couples. The only downside that I could find during our short stay was the fact that they have painted the corridors dark green and it does not seem to blend with the contemporary design of the rooms.
Pippa Carey (Staff)
I really enjoyed our stay at this hotel. When we stayed, it was just 4 months old and brings a new level of luxury to Reykjavik. Rooms are big and extremely comfortable, with huge walk in showers and lovely furnishings. The hotel has a very sophisticated feel, sofas adorn the bar area and the restaurant is smart without feeling stuffy. The jewel in the crown for this property is its 'Bath House' in the basement of the property. This gorgeous spa boasts a huge jacuzzi and sauna, with plenty of changing space and abundant fluffy towels, robes and slippers. The staff were charming and nothing was too much trouble for them. Another great aspect to this boutique hotel is its location, right in the very heart of this sweet and bustling little city.
Exclusive Northern Lights TourEnjoy a complimentary private Northern Lights tour when you book your Reykjavik stay through Scott Dunn.
|Book from||22 November 2019 to 15 March 2020|
22 November 2019 to 31 March 2020
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Location & directions
Reykjavik Konsulat Hotel is located in the centre of the city, within easy walking distance of Reykjavik's shops, bars and restaurants.
How to get there
There are direct flights from London to Reykjavik, with a flight time of approximately three hours. Reykjavik Konsulat Hotel is around a 45-minute drive from Keflavik International Airport.