King Junior Suites
The Suites are decorated in a modern style, each with their own character and style, a great choice for your Iceland honeymoon or weekend get-away.
The Pink Suite is decorated in a modern style with a romantic backdrop, a great choice for your Iceland honeymoon or weekend get-away.
Amenities include: spacious room size 43m² (463 ft²), comfy King size bed, large bathtub and a walk-in shower, bathrobes, stylish living room with seating for 4 people, LCD flat screen TV, telephone, free wireless internet, mini-refrigerator, iron and ironing board, blackout curtains, parquet flooring. The Pink Suite is decorated with art work by the renowned Icelandic artist Eggert Pétursson.
The Pink Suite is dedicated to the Icelandic Cancer Society. A part of the room‘s revenue is donated to the association annually. By staying in the Pink Suite, you will help us show our appreciation for the outstanding commitment and hard work which the association stands for in our society.
The Blue Suite is stylish and modern where all colors of blue are spread around in decor and design. The Blue Suite is dedicated to the Icelandic Association for Search and Rescue. A part of the room's annual revenue is donated to the association. By staying in the Blue Suite, you will help us in showing responsibility towards our guests when traveling around the country in all kinds of weather and situation where help might be needed. In the suite you will find photos from the rescue in 1973, from the big eruption in the Westman Islands, where all residents on the island were moved to the main land.
Amenities include: spacious room size 43m² (463 ft²), comfy King size bed, a walk-in shower, bathrobes, stylish living room with seating for 4 people, LCD flat screen TV, telephone, free wireless Internet, mini-refrigerator, iron and ironing board, blackout curtains, parquet flooring.
The Gimli Suite is locally known as "the Bobby Fischer" suite. Yes, that's right, the divisive, volatile genious and one-time world chess champion and legend, Bobby Fischer.
Love him or hate him, Bobby captured the world back in 1972 when he beat Boris Spassky right here in Reykjavik. And, Bobby Fischer stayed in the Gimli Suite during the competition. Back then the Reykjavik Natura was called the Hotel Loftleidir.
Decades later, and seeking to avoid deportation to the United States, Bobby accepted an offer of Icelandic citizenship. Politics aside, this was a gesture of gratitude on behalf of the people of Iceland for his genius and for the country's role in the competition. Upon his return he stayed, once again, in the Gimli Suite for many months.
The Gimli Suite, beside its Bobby Fischer provenance, is the perfect blend of comfort and style. Enjoy this spacious, one-bedroom suite featuring 2 bathrooms, a separate living area with sofa; perfect for hosting friends or just sitting back and enjoying the view - and maybe a game of chess.
Amenities include: 59 m2 (635 ft2) room size, extended living area w/seating for four, HD LCD TV, sound system, alarm clock radio, desk area, free wireless internet, in-room safe, phone, stone floors and surfaces in bathroom, hairdryer, two bathrooms, mini-refrigerator.