Offering an unbeatable situation in the downtown Reykjavik, this elegant boutique hotel offers quality accommodation and excellent services, sure to impress even the most discerning guests. It is a perfect base to explore the city centre, where to find National Theatre, the National Gallery of Iceland, the Icelandic Opera and the two main shopping streets of Reykjavik. The bustling area with restaurants and the famous Reykjavik night life is just around the corner. Dating back to the early 19thcentury, this urban establishment showcases a range of accommodation options including rooms, suites and apartments. The units are characterized by Nordic style, commodious furniture and cutting-edge comforts. Travellers may pamper their taste buds with a selection of French and Scandinavian dishes served at the hotel restaurant. Business people may take advantage for a functional meeting room.
Distance to city centre 1km
Distance to airport 4km
Address: 003545116200, Thorsgata, 1, Reykjavik, Iceland
Reykjavik, Reykjavik, Iceland
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There is a lot of noise right outside the hotel, the beds are a nightmare I haven’t gotten any good sleep since I came, the shower is installed weird so the water is everywhere.
Not only are the madras bad, but the pillows and blankets (dyner) are bad too.
When our neighbours visit the toilet the stink goes through the wall.
And the tv are not installed so we can’t use the guide
But the staff is sweet and everything is clean
We spent three nights at the Odinsve Hotel. The location was great and we were within walking distance of the pick up points for the three tours we had booked. The Hotel was actually very nice and the staff could not have been more helpful.
HOWEVER - despite asking if all the rooms were quiet, when we checked in, we ended up in Rook 108 directly above the hotels restaurant called Snaps. The restaurant has a wooden floor and the chair feet have no protection - the result being that we couldn't sleep for the chairs scratching on the wooded floor every time a guest sat down or got up. Restaurant open until 11.30pm each evening.
The bathroom/shower room was tiny! We are both very slim which was just as well as there was little or no room to move around and the shower was not very good. It was difficult to turn off and on
The food was disappointing - breakfast hot dishes (bacon and scrambled egg) were cold and the chicken in the Caesar salad in the evening was not fully cooked. didn't return to the hotel until 12 midnight, after the time at which snaps closes. Whilst we would normally complain and ask to be moved to another room, (because of the noise from the restaurant and the tiny bathroom) we decided highly or wrongly, that it was too much of an upheaval and also could have meant more exposure in another room and to potential C19.
Recently stayed at Hotel Odinsve with my husband . The room was a bit small but otherwise perfect with super comfy beds. The real jewel is the location. You could not ask for a more central spot. Five minute walk to Hallgrimskikja a Reykjavik focal point and bus stop for all tour buses and airport transfers. A few minutes from Laugavegur st, a main road full of restaurants, bars and shopping.