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All reviews sky bar top floor harpa concert hall great location wet room music hall rooftop restaurant sauna and steam room sea view opera house northern lights happy hour underfloor heating where breakfast is served deluxe room mini bar rooms are small
We were booked into CENTERHOTEL MIDGARDUR and when we arrived we were advised that they had overbooked and had to move us to their other hotel. They got us a cab and when we arrived the new hotel was closer to the centre and we...More
We stayed September 27- October 04. I chose this hotel for its location because it’s close walking distance to all the downtown area and it had great reviews on trip advisor also it came with breakfast and the view from our room was incredible.
Enjoyable stay. The best part of this hotel is the views, and the cocktail bar/restaurant on the top floor. (which is great because of the views).
We stayed here one night, and stayed two nights at the Centerhotel Plaza. I would hands down recommend the...More
We used this restaurant as we were staying in another Centre hotel and got 10% discount. It is a lovely restaurant with fantastic views over the sea and Harpa theatre. The meal was served quickly and it was piping hot. It was good to watch...More
This hotel is in an excellent location with great sea view but the restaurant menu is a bit limited and like everything in Iceland is incredibly expensive. The staff were very helpful. The room was a bit basic but ok
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There is a public car park in front of the hotel with plenty of spaces- you pay up to 6.30pm - free after that. It’s not overly expensive ( which is always a pleasant surprise in Iceland) and the machines take Credit Cards