We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
All reviewsshared bathroomfirst floorbig churchgreat locationchurch parking lottallest buildingnice kitchenguest housesingle roomtop floorroom numberroom was cleanwithin walking distancewould stay here againquiet locationenjoyed my staythe main street
The location is fantastic as its across the next street from the main street.
Room was small and cramped, but nonetheless comfortable and had what I needed.
Kitchen was great for home cooking and storage of food also good.
Only problem was the 1 bathroom...More
Very good value and great location. Room could have been cleaner, there was rubbish on floor from previous guests. Bedsheets etc... were clean. Good communal kitchen. Pretty noisy guesthouse, you can hear all movements of other guests coming and going.
This guest house is ideally situated close to downtown, and reasonably priced. However if you are looking for comfort, cleanliness this is not ideal. There are 2 full bathrooms shared amongst the 9 rooms (18 people) which makes it a mad rush to get a...More
This was my first time in Iceland and I enjoyed it. Because I only had 1 day in Reykjavik, I wanted centrally located accommodations and Loki 101 was perfect for that. It's a leisurely 2 minute walk from the tallest building in the city, Hallgrimskirkja...More
With 48 hours before we fly to Reykjavik I get an e-mail telling me that they have overbooked!! I booked this guesthouse in February - 7 months before our arrival. I received my confirmation and instructions on how to get into the guesthouse if no...More
Response from danielhjorvar | Property representative |
Dear cloudyice :)
Yes, there are some parking spaces right outside, and also for free. They are quite limited though. Worst case scenario is to park your car next to the church Hallgrímskirkja and walk from there. It's 60... More
Dear cloudyice :)
Yes, there are some parking spaces right outside, and also for free. They are quite limited though. Worst case scenario is to park your car next to the church Hallgrímskirkja and walk from there. It's 60 second walk!
Are you sure you want to delete this answer?
"The rooms facing the street were noisy on the Friday and Saturday once the bars let out. Also avoid room 8."