Udsigten fra 7. etage over vandet og bjergene er fremragende. At man som gæst på hotellet skal betale dyrt for at benytte fittness-lokalet, selv i en kort periode. Det stod der ikke noget om på forhånd.
Alt fungerede perfekt
godt rummeligt værelse og god stil telefon service fungerer ikke. Når man ringer hovednummeret tales der kun Islandsk hvorefter det er tryk selv service, på Islandsk. Gæt selv hvilket nummer der er til receptionen (2)
at personalet er venlige og gerne hjælper til at venduet på mit værelse trækker, vendueskarmen har åbning for højre side øverst hvor det trækker
Stilhed og ro overalt på hotellet. Forkælelse på værelser og restaurant. God service på værelse, restaurant og reception. nej
Hotel Lotus was perfect for our first night in Rejkyavik. It was easy to get to by car, and we were able to walk to the city center with no issues. The hotel itself was simple, clean and very comfortable. The owner/manager was very nice and gave us recommendations of where to go (swimming pool, city center, etc.) while we were there. Breakfast was delicious with a good variety of food and fantastic coffee. Overall a perfect stay!
We had a comfortable room, and the location was a bit far from down town, but it was a great place to stay. There are a variety of restaurants in the two-or-so blocks from the hotel, one is right next door. The best part was one of the desk employees, Arnar. He was super helpful, cheerful, and friendly, but what he really stands out for (IMHO) is how he saved the day when one of us messed up on some reservations. We would have missed the whole thing and lost our money. He made some calls and got us rescheduled and arranged transportation to the event. Whew! I was beyond thankful. He saved the day. Wish we would have had a room with a view.
The staff who checked us in knew very little about the area, telling us we would have to ride a busy to down town when in actuality it's walkable (w/ a 5 1/2yro) in about 25 minutes. She additionally was no help with bus fair, stops, or routes. We adventured and found our way fairly easily. There is no pool on site, the one they mention is across the highway and down a side street but heated and great for families. The breakfast was mediocre, luke warm food and not many choices. our room faces the parking lot/highway and had windows so dirty it was difficult to see out of them. The room was extremely hot, even after turning the heat off and the noise from outside (cars & people walking to and from partying until 4:30 am) kept us up most of the night. Overall this was the worst nights sleep of our trip & the worst accommodations we had. The whole experience was less than desirable.
-Buffet breakfast included was delicious. -The swimming center close by is a must for families! -Rooms were clean, and compact. -Allowed us to check-in at 8am!! -Distance from city center; We had a car rented, so not an issue. -Allowed us to check-in at 8am!! Received a smaller room than booked, but appreciative of the convenience of unloading all our bags immediately.
Nice enough décor Small rooms, limited amenities, somewhat close to downtown, at least 25 minute walk.
Very friendly staff and nice bar downstairs. Modern decor. Rooms are extremely small. Windows are not very tight in cold weather. Location is not great, about 2 miles from downtown.
20-40 min walk from most attractions. Great proximity to soccer stadium. No gym.
Alt har været ok, den ene gang blev vi dog flyttet til et andet hotel - men alt var ordnet på forhånd fra hotelpersonalets side og gik godt. Ja, at der kun var glas mellem toillettet og værelset
Der var ingen larm, fin morgenmad og venligt personale.
Gode tilkørselsforhold, rimelig god beliggenhed, fornuftig pris og god morgenmad Manglende elevator
Udemærket ophold almindelig gode forhold og fint morgenbord og venlig betjening
Værelse med god udsigt! nej
my fiance and I have definitely decided this is the only place for us while visiting this beautiful country. the bed is so cozy, and the 20 minute walk to downtown Reykjavik is worth it. we will be staying here again when we visit Iceland for a second time, no doubt about it.