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Radisson Blu Saga Hótel Reykjavik, Iceland

Radisson Blu Saga Hótel Reykjavik, Iceland

Radisson Blu Saga Hótel Reykjavik


Situated a 10-minute walk in town center, the Radisson Blu is famous for exploring Reykjavik’s museums, restaurants and galleries, in addition to the up-and-coming harbour region. The National Museum is another door along with the beautiful Nordic House cultural center is a brief stroll away.
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Style & personality

The imposing blue and white facade cries chain resort – but the inside is a mixed bag, veering between corporate sterility, trendy chic and conservative sumptuousness, sometimes all within precisely the exact same space.

Service & amenities

There are numerous facilities within the hotel, which range from on-site banking along with a gift store (think woolen sweaters and souvenirs) into the Hársaga hair salon. All guests have free access into the contemporary and spacious gym along with also the Egyptian-themed Mecca Spa and Health Center, that provides a sauna, steam room, seawater whirlpool bathtub and array of beauty treatments. In addition to eight rooms for meetings and seminars, the resort has a tour-booking desk, from which you could also hire bikes in summer.

Exercise center
Children’ club
Room support
Steam room/hammam


The very best thing about the 209 rooms and suites is possibly the opinion, which in its very best spans city, mountains and sea. Conventional décor is either Scandinavian (read contemporary but dull) or Maritime (vaguely conservative), and amenities include free Wi-Fi and bathtubs in the bathrooms. Higher-end rooms possess varying touches such as in-room Nespresso machines and private balconies.

Food & beverage

The Super Breakfast Buffet, which combines local and continental dishes such as Icelandic flatbread with jams and wild blossoms, is served at the breezy, first-floor Sunnusalur. Even the cosier Skrudur restaurant offers a buffet or à la carte menu choice for dinner and lunch, in addition to a fireplace, ice cream bar and designated play area for children. The culinary highlight however is Grillið, which fits award-winning gourmet cuisine with scenic views in the top floor. The fashionable Mimisbar & Lounge serves cocktails and Exotic beers.

Value for cash

Double rooms from #110 in low season; climbing to #250 at large. Breakfast excluded – priced at #19 each individual. Free Wi-Fi.

Accessibility for guests with disabilities?

Three bedrooms and all restaurants are all wheelchair accessible.


The LazyTown Family Suite includes pre-assembled personalities and original props in the children’s series, in addition to toys, games and a DVD player. The Restaurant Skrudur includes a LazyTown-themed play corner along with also a distinctive activity-filled menu for kids.

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