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Things To Do

Discover stunning Iceland – an experience for a lifetime.

Find dramatic pristine nature with glaciers, hot springs and waterfalls in Iceland, as well as big-city life and high-class dining experiences.

Read about the exciting things you can see and do in Iceland here.

Excursion and activities
Whether you are travelling by bus in Iceland or rent a car, an excursion with a tour guide can be a fantastic experience. 

You can also contact the hotel reception – they will gladly help you with information and tips about things to do.

Book your dream excursion with a tour guide and transfer at our hotel here.

Everyone knows about the Golden Circle and geysers and waterfalls when travelling to Iceland, but here are some secret tips about Kópavogur and the immediate area around our hotel.

Natural History Museum of Kópavogur

The museum is divided into two themes: geology and zoology.
The geological section focuses on the formation of Iceland, the major rock types and minerals, while the zoological zone focuses (with a few exceptions) on Icelandic mammals, birds, fish and invertebrates. Free entry for everyone.


The Kópavogur valley and the Kársnes peninsula offer great walking and jogging tracks, picturesque scenery and ponds teeming with birdlife. The Kópavogsleira mudflats of Kópavogur cove are one of the best spots in the greater Reykjavík area for birdwatching.

Smáralind Shopping Mall

Smáralind is Iceland’s largest shopping centre with more than 90 shops and businesses spread over three floors.
In addition, you will find restaurants, coffee shops, a gourmet bakery and an ice cream parlour on site. There is also an outstanding multi-screen cinema as well as a fully equipped gym.

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Messin Reaturant Reykjavik

Messinn Restaurant

If you are looking for traditional Icelandic seafood, Messinn Restaurant is the best place to go.

It’s located by the old harbour in Reykjavik and offers a daily buffet of freshly caught fish and a selection of vegetarian dishes for both lunch and dinner in a warm and cosy environment.

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