Imagine a city that never sleeps because in the summer there is daylight 24 hours a day. Embrace the beauty of the countryside around Reykjavik; jump on a ferry to the Videy island to explore the history, art and culture of Iceland or join a boat trip to see the whales and puffins or take the plunge at Nawtholsvik Beach and relax in the thermal heated waters together or if you are getting married October – March and enjoy you can enjoy nature’s most dramatic light show – aurora borealis – what a great way to celebrate your honeymoon!

Honeymoon resort information

Room Types

Grand Hótel Reykjavík has 314 rooms and all of them are light, bright, comfortable and perfect for two. They have large windows and some have partial sea or city views. There are light wood floors and wooden headboards to the beds and there is a living area with armchairs, coffee table and flat screen satellite TV. For comfort there is a small fridge and tea and coffee making facilities and to help with a good night's sleep there are blackout curtains. All rooms have air conditioning and Wi Fi. The bathrooms are styled in black and white and have either a bathtub or walk-in shower. Some rooms have a bathtub with overhead shower.
  • Executive Room

    This attractive room and spacious room offers 30 sq m of floor area and a partial ocean and city view. The room is relaxing as it is furnished in forest shades of dark brown and soft green and has a comfortable queen size bed.
  • Junior Suite

    This attractive room provides very comfortable accommodation for two people as it has 40 sq m of floor space. The suite has partial ocean and city views. There is a comfortable living area with arm chairs and a lovely king size bed.
  • Superior Double

    With 26 sq m, this room offers just a little more floor space, which is used for a larger living area with armchairs. There is a comfortable double bed and a stylish black and white bathroom with bath and overhead shower. This room is also available as a Superior Double or Twin with an atrium view.


Although the hotel lies about two kilometres from the city centre, it is only about 20 minutes walk or for those who prefer, there is a shuttle bus service three times a day. The popular Laugardalslaug – a really large swimming pool is within easy reach as are the rest of the city's attractions.

Back at the hotel, after a busy day sight seeing, there is a spa with a sauna, hot tubs, steam baths and a beautiful candlelit relaxing room. If you would like to be pampered with a massage these can be done in your room. Close by, there is a fitness centre with a well-equipped gym.

If you fancy exploring further afield there are number of excursions available to the west Fjords and the famous Blue Lagoon on the Reykjanes peninsula.


The hotel has a lovely restaurant – The Grand brasserie – and a good bar called Mi?gar?u and the Torfastofa lounge, which is the perfect place to relax together with a light meal, wines or cocktails.
  • Grand Brasserie

    The day starts in this restaurant with a truly excellent breakfast buffet which appeals to everyone! In the evening, guests are offered an a la carte menu with Icelandic seafood specialities as well as international classics. There is a comprehensive accompanying wine list. The restaurant is perfect whether you want a quick snack or a four-course feast.


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