Reykjavik Marina is located by a slipway in the old downtown harbour district of Reykjavik, where it has a unique view of the ocean. The slipway is a great location for a hotel, just a stone’s throw from the capital's attractions, with one of the best views across the bay.
Icelandair Hotel Reykjavik Marina is located directly in the city centre, by the harbour and close to cool and quirky shops, cafes and services. A short walk to many of Reykjavik's best attractions including, our amazing concert hall Harpa, City Hall, the main shopping streets, art museums, restaurants, and much more.
Art in Reykjavik
Reykjavik Art Museum (Harbour House, Hafnarhús, Kjarvalsstaðir and Ásmundur Sveinsson Sculpture Museum) is located in three unique buildings across the city and holds some of the most distinguished works in Iceland's artistic landscape. The museum is Iceland's largest network of art museums and displays both modern and contemporary art, paintings, sculptures and works in different media by established local and international artists.
Experience the Icelandic Sagas. A few steps from Reykjavik Marina you will find the Saga Museum where they recreate key moments in Icelandic history, moments that have determined the fate of our people and which give a compelling view on how Icelanders have lived for more than a millennium.
Visitors are guided through the museum with an audio-guide available in English, French, German, Swedish or Icelandic.
Find more information at Saga Museum website – click here
Laugarvatn Fontana is a place where you come to relax and experience authentic Icelandic nature while relaxing in the warm geothermal pools and natural steam rooms. The baths vary in depth, size and temperature and the steam rooms that have been built over natural hot springs that have been used in this purpose since 1929. Fontana is located by a beautiful lake Laugarvatn and you can enjoy the spectacular views from the sauna or the pools.
Experience Iceland's only horse park where you can mingle with locals, dine on fresh Icelandic food and, most importantly, get to know our unique breed of horse. Fákasel Horse Park is Iceland's leading tourist attraction for all things "Icelandic horse" and one of the country's best equine competition facilities. This is a fun, entertaining and educational place for the whole family to visit all year round and is only about a half hour drive from Reykjavik.