This was a great hotel as a base for touring around Reykjavik. The walk into town isn't very long, 10-15 minutes, but it's a nice walk. A wonderful bonus is that when you go on day tours around Iceland - you always get dropped off at the hotel door (which is excellent at the end of the day).
We stayed in a twin room which was nice and big, and well cleaned. We didn't pay for breakfast at the hotel. Instead, a great easy option is heading over to the Shell station beside the hotel to pick up cereal bars and skyr for those on more of a budget.
Internet access was difficult in the hotel - wi-fi is available but we weren't travelling with laptops and the computers in the lobby were both broken while we were there. The staff were incredibly helpful when I needed to look something up online but there didn't seem to be much motivation to fix the lobby computers quickly (down for 2 days as far I know)
All in all - we had a great stay at the Saga and I think it's a well kept hotel in the perfect location for people who are interested in doing day tours around Iceland and not just spending their whole trip in the city centre.
- Also Known As:
- Radisson Blu Saga Hotel, Reykjavik Hotel
- Radisson Reykjavík
- Radisson Reykjavik
- Reykjavík Radisson
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- Conference Hotel located near the university, a 5-minute walk from downtown. ... more less
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