With snow covered mountains as a backdrop, Reykjavik is easily one of the most beautiful cities in the world. With loads of museums, attractions and amazing landscapes surrounding the city, there is plenty to see and do.
Located close to the down town area of Reykjavik, the Reykjavik Lights Hotel is a Nordic Styled Hotel that's shows the best of the Nordic Experience.
4 Nights, 3 Star, Reykjavik Lights Hotel
Bed and Breakfast
Northen Lights Mystery Tour
Whale Watching Trip or Gullfoss & Geysir Afternoon Tour\b
Travel on selected dates between 20 May - 30 June.
Prices based on departures from Luton
Departures are available from the following airports from an additional supplement:-
+£40 Edinburgh and Belfast
The Reykjavik Lights Hotel boasts 105 stylish and modern bedrooms in the fascinating Icelandic capital. All are themed around a day in the ancient Icelandic calendar and have en-suite facilities. Each room has a desk, a hairdryer, a telephone, a radio and a television. Complimentary wireless internet access is available throughout The Reykjavik Lights Hotel.
The Reykjavik Lights Hotel is just a mile from the centre of town and is a short stroll from Laugardalur Park. It has excellent public transport connections and is within walking distance of a range of bars, shops and restaurants. Services and facilities available to guests at The Reykjavik Lights Hotel include a 24 hour reception, free on-site parking and disabled access features.
Guests at The Reykjavik Lights Hotel can enjoy drinks and snacks throughout the day in the lobby bar and can get breakfast buffets each morning in the dining room.
With a population of just 200,000 people, Reykjavik is endearingly small as capital cities go! It is a charming little place of traditional architecture and open green spaces and is surrounded by magnificent views of the Atlantic Ocean and the snow-capped peaks of nearby mountain ranges. Most of the city's main attractions can be seen on a walking tour of the city . These include the magnificent church of Hallgrimskirkja, the Tjornin Pond, the National Museum of Iceland and the National Gallery. There are also some excellent shopping streets in the city centre as well as some fine restaurants - serving both the hearty Icelandic fare and international cuisine. Reykjavik is a three hour flight from the United Kingdom and its peak tourist season runs from the end of April to September.
Reykjavik is the northernmost capital city in the world and is surrounded by the unique natural environment of this distinctive volcanic island. Especially worth visiting are the Thingvellir National Park and the Gullfos Waterfall as well as the Blue Lagoon and the Esjan Mountains. Whale watching tours depart from the city marina and in the spring and summer months, there is a very good chance of seeing the Northern Lights in the local countryside. Inside Reykjavik itself, there are a number of fantastic geothermal pools which are popular with locals and visitors alike. Reykjavik boasts a vibrant nightlife, with lots of traditional pubs, chic bars and live music venues. It also has a good theatre scene and a few great classical music venues.