Reykjavik Hostel Village
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Concierge desk
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TravelPod Member ReviewsReykjavik Hostel Village Reykjavík
OK this is like a hostel, not a hotel. Get into that head space and you'll be fine. Good location and great breakfasts.
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After months of anticipation, we arrived in Iceland. The desire to see this country was probably the initial seedling from which this whole idea to go travelling arose.
Iceland is a decent sized country geographically but only has a population of about 330,000. As soon as you leave the city, there is a sense of vast emptiness to the land …
... less than 5 hours we were almost there, the flight being 18 mins early. I guess the wind was in the right direction. Unfortunately, it was cloudy most of the way, and Valerie had the window seat to boot, but I did manage to get a shot of the Labrador coast just before heading out over open ocean towards Greenland and the darkness of night. This iPhone shot isn't too great, but is does capture a pretty rugged looking island, which I believe was part of the Kaumajet ...
... and that really helped forget the grey gloomy weather and grey drizzling rain...I am sure there are sunny days in Iceland, but we were not spoiled by that during our stay...
Apparently Reykjavik is well known for its nightlife, weekend party scene and pub crawl scene...well, at least for us that part of Reykjavik shall ...
Breakfast at lemon, coffee arms sandwich, first insight at Icelands love affair with avocado. Wander round the city center and realise that summer in Iceland is still bloody cold. Walked around the lake and concert hall. Took a walk to a fish and chips food truck for dinner and ate it sitting on the rocks of the sea ...
... their faces in the water was $120 for about 8 ounces.mk. We arrived back at the port about 2 hours before all aboard time but the port is not that close to the city center and we were relaxed from our lagoon visit so we just got back on board and headed to O'Gill's, our favorite on board pub, the only place on board that serves Moscow Mules. David and Ruth played a few hands of cards. The evening entertainment sounded interesting, an Icelandic violin player ...