Skuggi Hotel is the perfect choice if you are looking for a centrally located hotel in Reykjavik. The timeless, modest and clear-cut design reflects the style of the Hotel. The hotel features a hundred well-designed rooms all equipped with standard amenities for a comfortable stay, a casual bar, a modern guest lounge, and a business center.
Hotel guests have access to a complimentary parking behind the hotel and in the underground parking lot. Breakfast is served between 07:00-10:00 and is included in the price. Guests can borrow iron and ironing board at the lobby, where they also have access to guest computers. On the ground floor is both a bar and a small lounge area.
Skuggi Hotel offers 100 rooms that, like the hotel itself, are consistent in style and tastefully decorated. The inspiration comes from photographs of Icelandic nature by Ragnar Axelsson, which mixed with city charm, create a raw but cozy atmosphere. Above the beds in every room is a reference from the book Behind the Mountains by Ragnar. An English version of the book is in each room for guests to enjoy during their stay.
The rooms at Skuggi Hótel are equipped with amenities such as flat screen TV, radio and telephone, Furthermore Skuggi Hotel has complimentary WiFi, coffee and tea set, en suite bathroom with walk in shower, hairdryer, toiletries, writing desk and parquet floor in every room.
- Premium bedding
- Coffee/tea maker
- Daily housekeeping
- Private bathroom
- Hair dryer
- Shower only
- Rainfall showerhead
- Blackout drapes/curtains
- Free WiFi
- Plasma TV
- Free cribs/infant beds
- Rollaway/extra beds (surcharge)
A complimentary buffet breakfast is served each morning between 7 AM and 10 AM.
On the Map: Iceland´s capital Reykjavík is the world’s most northerly capital and Europe’s most westerly capital. Located in southwestern Iceland, spread across a peninsula with panoramic views of the mountains and the Atlantic Ocean, Reykjavik is the centre of Iceland’s government, administration, and economic activity.
Designated UNESCO City of Literature 2011, Reykjavik is also home to Iceland’s main cultural institutions. It has a flourishing arts scene and is renowned as a vibrant, creative city with a great range of cultural events and a dynamic grassroots arena. Reykjavik is diverse, friendly, energetic, beautiful, and famed for its bold design and architecture, chic shopping, great restaurants, notoriously “enthusiastic” nightlife, and wintertime ambiance of sheer magic.