Apotek Hotel is a stylish boutique hotel located in the very heart of Reykjavik´s most prestigious shopping, entertainment and cultural district. The historical building formerly housed the pharmacy Reykjavikur Apotek and is widely considered to be one of the most remarkable buildings in Reykjavik. Guðjón Samúelsson, former State Architect of Iceland, designed the building in 1917. Guðjón built some of Iceland´s most renowned buildings such as the National theater building, Hotel Borg, Akureyrarkirkja church and Hallgrímskirkja church. Apotek Hotel offers 45 rooms, including eight Junior suites and a tower suite.
16 Austurstræti Reykjavík 11101 Iceland
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Ideally situated and rooms comfy if not a little snug. A table and two chairs took up a lot of the room and the ironing board in the wardrobe. Good choice for breakfast, one of the best we’ve had. If we had been staying any longer would have enquired about a different room.
Very responsive and accomodating staff! They changed my stay twice before I arrived due to changes in my flight schedule. Then when I showed up at 9 am, they had an early arrival room ready for me. All staff was friendly and helpful. Room was great, with comfortable bed!
Lovely modern hotel with all the right amenities inside the room plus some extras such as the Bluetooth speaker. Room was serviced every day with beds being made and a general tidy up. Cleaners did take one of my white face cloths thinking it was one provided by the hotel but it wasn’t so that wasn’t great. Good selection of food at breakfast, suits the continental style better than the typical English hot food. Bar menu okay, cocktails a bit too fancy for my palette and typical ones missing. Location good for pubs, restaurants and the bus stop but lacked a convenience store nearby when we visited as one was being refurbished. Overall good stay and would recommend.