Reykjavik Lights by Kea Hotels & Northern Lights
Reykjavik Lights by Kea Hotels
The modern Reykjavik Lights Hotel is located within a short walking distance of the centre of the Icelandic capital. Designed in a cool, Nordic style with minimalist features set against striking white and light wooden contours, the hotel welcomes guests to enjoy Iceland from a base with great features and facilities. Each room comes with free Wi-Fi and has been individually decorated to feature artwork that relates to ancient Icelandic history. After a long day of exploring the wonders of Iceland, you can retire to the cosy lounge bar, where the changing lights of the island has been applied as interior inspiration.
One of the smaller capitals in Europe, Reykjavik is easy to get around in on foot. With so many cultural and green spaces to explore, as well as plenty of opportunities to discover the wonders that lie immediately beyond the city limits, you’ll never be short of things to do, see and taste here. In the 9th century, Viking chieftain Ingolfur Arnason built the first settlement in the island, and his son Thorsteinn set up the Icelandic parliament, which is now one of the oldest continuous governing bodies in the world. Start your tour of the city in front of Parliament House in the west of the city, before making your way eastwards to the truly stunning Hallgrímskirkja, which rises majestically above the rest of the city with its rocket-shaped spire.
Swing by the Saga Museum, located by the harbour front for a fascinating glimpse into the colourful Icelandic Sagas that still echo strongly through the fabric of modern Iceland. From the harbour you can go on a whale-watching tour before returning back for a well-deserved dinner at one of the nearby restaurants that specialise in sumptuous Nordic cuisine. Watch the Imagine Peace Tower send a beam of light up into the atmosphere and enjoy strolling through the lit-up streets as you mentally plan the adventures of the next day: stay in Reykjavik, go searching for the spectacular Northern Lights or visit some of the geological wonders that make Iceland a truly otherworldly wonderland, the choice is yours.
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