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Centrally located, the Marina Residences are two historic houses that have been converted into several apartments. Each room was immaculately restored to preserve its historic charm while incorporating modern amenities. Perfect for families or groups, the residences combine the space and privacy of a home with the comfort of a luxury hotel.
A short walk from your hotel, Harpa is a truly breathtaking structure designed by renowned Icelandic artist Olafur Eliasson. It’s an award-winning concert hall, hosting opera and symphony performances as well as different art galleries, shops and restaurants. After exploring Harpa, enjoy a cup of dark-roasted coffee, a local favorite, as you wander along the harbor and take in views of Mount Esja across the water.
Located 2 hours outside of Reykjavik, the Skogar Folk Museum makes a charming day trip. Founded in 1949, the Skogar Folk Museum now houses over 15,000 heritage folk crafts, which are exhibited in 6 different historic cottages on site.
For an elegant evening out, sample one of the multi-course menus at Grillid, a restaurant first opened in 1962. Though the space has a vintage 1960’s feel with a circular dining room and floor to ceiling windows, the food is modern and features seasonal, locally sourced ingredients. After dinner, pop next door to Astrobar, a 60’s-era cocktail bar with a psychedelic aesthetic and a touch of after-hours glamour.
Another wonderful day trip that is not to be missed! Visit the Seljalandsfoss waterfalls for a truly one of a kind experience. The waterfalls drop almost 200 feet, offering an awe-inspiring view. Visitors can walk behind the falls to explore further, where they can see a number of rainbows caused by the sun's reflection in the cascading water.
Take an afternoon to explore Black Sand Beach, a secluded spot with breathtaking views of the rare black sand beach and surrounding cliffs. Enjoy this peaceful oasis and take a winding walk down the beach. Visitors can oftentimes spot puffins in their natural habitat here.
Traditional Icelandic cuisine meets modern technique to make unexpectedly delicious culinary feats at this popular restaurant. The rustic aesthetic draws on nature, with wooden accents and simple decor, while the chefs work closely with local producers and farmers to bring the freshest ingredients to each dish.