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The newest member of our Center Hotels Family

Þingholt Apartments
28/02/2023 12:02

Picture: Superior apartment

Þingholt Apartments from Center Hotels is our newest member of the Center Hotels family and our first apartment hotel. Now we are able to offer our guests yet another alternative when it comes to a comfortable stay in the city center of Reykjavík.

Þingholt apartments has 31 well appointed and spacious hotel apartments. They are all self check-in and range from small and cosy studios to superior apartments and even larger family apartments. All apartments include a fully equipped kitchen, private bathroom and free WiFi, basically everything you need for a comfortable stay in Reykjavik.

Check out the different apartment categories here

Picture: One bed home

The Apartment hotel is located on Þingholtsstræti, a quaint side street, right off the main shopping and restaurant street Laugavegur. It is not only in the close vicinity to great shops and restaurants but also attractions like Hallgrímskirkja church and the Sun Voyager sculpture just to name a couple.

Þingholt Apartments is also located across the street from our boutique hotel Þingholt by Center hotels, giving guests of Þingholt Apartments the choice of adding a delicious breakfast to their stay for a reasonable price. There you can also find a lovely spa, Ísafold spa, that guests can access for an additional charge. In the spa you will find a large hot tub and a rainwater shower and guests can choose from a variety of massage therapies. Also, the lovely Ísafold Lounge & Bar is located at the boutique hotel offering a good selection of beverages as well as daily Happy Hour from 16 - 18.

Picture: Two bed apartment

We are thrilled to be able to offer this new alternative to guests that prefer to stay in their own private space and truly experience life like a local in Reykjavík.

Click here to secure your stay in our lovely Þingholt apartments from Center Hotels.

Picture: Two bed apartment

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