Reykjavik Konsulat Hotel, Curio Collection by Hilton

A fairly recent addition to Reykjavik’s hotel scene, Konsulat differs from nearby competitors in both ambience and decor. Its old-world spirit adds some special variety. When it comes to a city escape in the capital, this is a great choice.

Stay at Konsulat Hotel

Unapologetically dapper with plenty of soul, this is a fine abode to call home during your Reykjavik wanderings. Rooms are housed in a sleek three-story building, a trendy past-century property glistening in old grandeur.The mood inside is local and lively. The staff share ideas for activities, their manner is warm. Venture down to the basement for workouts and wellness. Re-emerge for dinner, divinely restored. Each week brings a new signature cocktail, the perfect concoction to pair with the day’s fresh seafood catch.


The hotel boasts a prime location, in the heart of downtown Reykjavik. Once a high-end department store in the early 1900s, it is the perfect place to stay to explore the capital, with a wealth of cultural, culinary and historic experiences all reachable on foot.


Each of the 50 stays here are light-filled and spacious. A modern and playful design makes use of tasteful colour schemes, alongside black and white photographs depicting early 20th-century Iceland. For your own private terrace, opt for the Diplomat Suite.

Who is it for

This is an ideal base for city breakers and business travellers. The boutique accommodates families through babysitting services and kids’ menus. Couples will appreciate the intimate, yet chic feel.

Facilities & activities

Health-conscious dishes define dining at GOTT, a restaurant run by local chefs with a pleasantly casual vibe. Leisure facilities comprise a basement gym and a small but stylish hot pool with lounge area and sauna. Ask us about other experiences we can arrange for you – right in the middle of phenomenal nature yet easily accessible from the capital.

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