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As its name suggests, the CenterHotel Midgardur is found right in the heart of the Icelandic capital of Reykjavik. The newest member of a chain of hotels across the capital, they are famed for putting guests right in the hub of what makes a city tick. Ideally located a short walking distance from the city centre, the hotel also offers comfortable, modern accommodation and great facilities to ensure a pleasant stay.
The CenterHotel Midgardur offers a uniquely modern restaurant that specialises in Nordic fusion food, bringing the best out of traditional Icelandic dishes. When not exploring the city, you’ll find a cosy atmosphere in the lobby lounge as you sample a drink or two. This cosy feeling continues throughout the hotel with a secluded garden in the middle of the U-shaped hotel, accessible from both the lobby and restaurant. There is even an outdoor hot tub amongst the garden, part of the exquisite Midgardur Spa, which offers a range of treatments for guests to try out.
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. CenterHotel Midgardur is located on Laugarvegur, Reykjavik’s main shopping street. A place where the vibrancy of the city is easy to see through numerous shops, restaurants, bars, cafés, and nightlife. 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. From the bell-tower it feels like you can see even the furthest corners of Iceland. Right next to the church, you’ll find the Einar Jonsson Museum. Dedicated to the first sculptor on Iceland, the garden just behind the museum is full of wonderful creations.