Radisson Blu 1919 Hotel, Reykjavik

Location


The city of Reykjavik is packed with cultural experiences and natural attractions, such as majestic geysers and hot springs, as well as local food and tasty black coffee, just waiting for you to discover them. With so much to explore it is good to know that it is easy to get around, as the country is relatively small and sufficiently equipped with a variety of transport options. Most attractions are within walking distance, or you can utilize the city’s public bus service. Reykjavik Airport is only 1.5 kilometers away, and Keflavik International Airport, while further away, is still easily reachable by car.
 

Get to the attractions

The easiest way to experience the many attractions of Iceland is by booking one or more of the available tours, and tour busses can pick you up right from the lobby. Our friendly staff will be happy to assist you with tips on where to go, what to bring and who to book your tours through.
 

Nearby public transportation

  • Public bus station called Lækjartorg - 150 m
  • Reykjavik Airport - 1.5 km
  • Keflavik International Airport - 47 km
 

Driving directions from Keflavik International Airport

From Keflavik International Airport (KEF), follow Reykjanesbraut/Route 41 toward Reykjavik. Continue on Fjarðarhraun/Route 40. Route 40 then becomes Kringlamýrubraut; follow this road until you reach the seaside. Turn left onto Sæbraut/Route 41 and continue past the HARPA conference center until reaching the lights at Tryggvagata. The hotel is accessible from Tryggvagata, and you can find city parking all around the hotel.