Newly renovated, studio apartment in Reykjavik city center. Located on Laugavegur, the main shopping street in Iceland. The apartment has two single beds, bathroom with a shower and a fully stocked kitchen.
“Ingi’s place was fantastic. Situated in ground zero of Reykjavík, you couldn’t ask for a better location. Communication was quick and full of information. The apartment was exactly as described— very comfortable and clean and modern and the price can’t be beat! Ingi and Andrea were kind enough to allow us to checkin early when our flight arrived early in the morning, and get a late checkout when our departing flight was delayed. Make this your top accommodation choice in Reykjavik.”
This is a listing for one bed in a 16 bed shared dorm. KEX. It's the Icelandic word for 'biscuit' and a social hostel in Reykjavik. What's not to love? Housed in an old biscuit factory in the heart of Reykjavik, KEX is just steps from all the bars, clubs, and music venues that give this city its legendary reputation. It's also a painless distance from late-night munchies and a mind-boggling array of coffee houses, shops, and tourist attractions.
“I am happy with my stay at Kex, which from the point of view of quality and price seems unbeatable. The place is very well placed and all tour companies know and drop us off willingly. The place is beautiful and warm. BUT there is a lot of noise in the evening from 9 p.m. to 12 a.m. due to the evenings on the first floor. Once we know that, we abstain if it doesn't suit us or not.”
Absolutely great and cosy place to stay in the heart of Reykjavik! We, Lea and Nicolas, are the happy owners of this charming apartment and we really hope you will enjoy your time in fabulous Iceland :)
“Location!! Lea’s place is perfectly located in the heart of Reykjavík. We walked 5 minutes to hallgrímskirkja church (bus stop 8) for the airport bus and tours. Close to everything, including Rok Bar which was an amazing dinner, and Vedur for great drinks. The apartment was simple and had everything we needed. We felt right at home.”