Grand Hotel Reykjavik is a superior four-star hotel for business travelers, conference guests and tourists who demand excellent service and facilities. At the Grand Hotel Reykjavik, there are over 300 rooms and 11 meeting and conference halls in all shapes and sizes, perfectly suitable for any event. The hotel features 311 spacious rooms, an on-site restaurant serving delicious Nordic cuisine, and top-notch service to tie it all together.
Grand Hotel Reykjavik conforms to the Nordic Ecolabelling criteria for hotels. This guarantees that the highest standards regarding environmental measures, health, functionality, and quality requirements have been met.
Reykjavík Spa, located at the Grand Hotel Reykjavik, is an exclusive spa and gym. Unwind in a calm atmosphere, hot tubs, sauna, steam bath and a lovely candlelit lounge where you can sit and relax by the fireplace.
The Grand hotel Reykjavic contains 311 comfortable and spacious rooms equipped with first-class amenities.
All Guestrooms Feature:
- Hypo-allergenic bedding available
- Air conditioning
- Coffee/tea maker
- Daily housekeeping
- Private bathroom
- Hair dryer
- Bathtub or shower
- In-room childcare (surcharge)
- In-room safe
- Free WiFi
- Satellite TV service
- Room service (limited hours)
- Free cribs/infant beds
- Rollaway/extra beds (surcharge)
- Iron/ironing board
- Blackout drapes/curtains
- Flat-panel TV
Savor a variety of delicious dishes emphasizing Icelandic and Nordic cuisine at the Grand Restaurant. Lead by head chef Mr. Ulfar Finnbjornsson, the kitchen takes great pride in using only top quality ingredients. The menu also features a great variety of wines carefully selected by wine experts to pair perfectly with the meals. Grand Restaurant is open daily and offers an à la carte menu.
On the Map: Oslo, the capital of Norway, is situated on the country’s southern coast at the head of the Oslofjord. The city is reached via route E6 from Hamar (to the North) and via route E18 from Drammen (to the southwest).
As one of Europe’s fastest-growing cities, Oslo is buzzing with energy. From new neighborhoods and cutting-edge food, to fashion and art scenes, Norway’s capital has something for everyone. Captivating landmarks like the Opera House, the Astrup Fearnley Museum and Barcode are changing the face of the city. However, Oslo continues to maintain its refreshing closeness to nature, something that very few capitals can do. The city was even named European Green Capital 2019 for its dedication to conserving natural areas and reducing pollution. The restaurant scene is diverse, and many of the new, innovative kitchens offer a fresh approach to Norway’s traditional dishes. With an efficient public transport system, compact city center, and safe environment, Oslo is easy to navigate without a car. Take off on foot or by bike to explore this magnificent Norwegian city.