Here you can find information on both the area surrounding Icelandair Hotel Reykjavik Natura as well as the events that the Hotel participates in.
Icelandair Hotel Reykjavik Natura is ideally located in close proximity to nature spots, and is conveniently close to the downtown area. There is always plenty to see and do in downtown Reykjavik, no matter what time of year. Some activities include: shopping, museums, swimming pools, restaurants, whale watching and much more. In addition, Reykjavik Natura participates in various cultural events in the city.
The Pearl offers the best view of Reykjavik and its surroundings. Located just up the hill in front of Icelandair Hotel Reykjavik Natura, it is a great place to visit. The Pearl offers our hotel guests special discount at the restaurant, café and the History Museum. Further information and couplons in the hotel lobby. Oskjuhlid’s multitude of cycle and walking/running paths has made it one of Reykjavik’s most popular natural sights. Almost 200,000 trees have been planted in the hills of Oskuhlid, making it one of the capital’s most forested areas.
In front of the service centre there is also a large rectangular pool with water that is about 38 ° C / 100.4 F. The city even keeps part of the sea warm for those who want to take a dip in the North Atlantic itself! It’s a great way to spend a summer day in Reykjavik!
Iceland Airwaves is an annual music festival held in Reykjavík, Iceland in early November. The festival spans five days and its main focus is showcasing new music, both Icelandic and international.
Icelandair Hotel Reykjavik Natura is located within walking distance of the city centre. It is just a short walk to the Reykjavik Art Museum, where all Reykjavik Natura guests receive a discount on the entrance fee. The multitude of stores of Reykjavik's main shopping street, Laugavegur, are also in walking distance. It is also fun just to walk around and experience the city, take a look at the lake, relax on Austurvollur, visit the concert hall Harpa and The National Gallery of Iceland, where shows and exhibitions are always taking place.
Iceland's most significant annual design festival. From fashion to furniture, architecture to food design, the festival showcases the best of the local design scene alongside exciting international names, opening with DesignTalks, a day of lectures by internationally acclaimed designers and the foremost local design thinkers.
Rainbow Reykjavik is an annual international LGBT winter pride festival, open for everyone interested. Icelandair Hotels are sponsors for the festival. International guests are anticipated from countries all over the world, including the USA, Canada, Germany, France, the Netherlands, Denmark, Sweden and Norway. The program offers a great mixture of nature, activities, culture, cuisine, music & nightlife.
Rent a bike
Bike rental is open from 1 May until 30 September and the bikes can be rented for 3 - 12 hours.
For further information please contact the hotel reception.
Laugarvatn Fontana - geothermal baths
Get revitalized and bath on top of a hot spring. Laugarvatn Fontana is a unique place and the perfect stop on your tour of the Golden Circle. Here 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 the Icelandic horse and one of the country's best equine competitions facilities. This is a fun, entertaining and educational place for the whole family to visit all year round and is only about a 30 minutes drive from Reykjavik.
Visit Fákasel, Icelandic Horse Park website