Iceland is one of the most gay friendly countries in the world with top destination Reykjavik as capital. To Reykjavik it is from London a three hour flight, from Amsterdam three hours and fifteen minutes and from Paris three hours and a half. Reykjavik has a very open and tolerant atmosphere all clubs and bars are gay friendly and there is only one gay club named Kiki. You can easily explore Reykjavik on foot, by bicycle or by public transport. Reykjavik is well-known for its nightlife, art & cultural activities, beautiful nature and public swimming pools. The Reykjavik gay pride takes place in August and in February the Rainbow Festival is organized.



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Icelandair Hotel Reykjavik Marina

The Icelandair Hotel Reykjavik Marina is located in the well-known 101 port area of Reykjavik. The hotel offers stylish rooms and studios, of which some have a balcony. Right next to the Icelandair Hotel is a departure point for whale watching trips,

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101 Hotel, a Member of Design Hotels

The 101 Hotel is a stylish boutique hotel with modern rooms decorated in black and white. You can make use of the gym facilities, a spa and airport shuttle services. The staff is helpful and is very capable of providing information about Reykjavik and its many attractions and activities. In the restaurant of the 101 hotel you can enjoy classic Icelandic and international dishes and have a drink at
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Room With a View Apartments

The Room With A View Apartment Hotel is situated at a central location in Reykjavik, from the hotel it is easy to visit Reykjavik's many attractions. The hotel offers apartments that are colorful and elegantly furnished and equipped with excellent facilities. As the already name suggests, from the rooftop terrace, where you will find a hot tub as well, you have a beautiful view of Reykjavik and th
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Reykjavik Residence Apartment Hotel

Reykjavik Residence Apartment Hotel combines self-catering apartments with excellent hotel services. This hotel for gays in Reykjavik provides soundproofed rooms just around the corner from Laugarvegur, the city’s main street. All rooms have a flat-screen TV, free Wi-Fi and modern kitchen facilities, including a tea/coffee maker. Shopping, restaurants and a lively nightlife or Reykjavik are with
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Alda Hotel Reykjavík

Alda Hotel is located on Laugaveggur, Reykjavik's main shopping street. The hotel for gays in Reykjavik offers rooms with modern decor. Some of which have a balcony with views of the sea or the city. You can use the fitness facilities, the sauna and you can rent bicycles. In particular, the extremely friendly and helpful staff is much appreciated by guests of the Alda Hotel. Reykjavik's Art Museum
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Hotel Borg by Keahotels

Hotel Borg is an elegant hotel in Art-Deco style. The spacious rooms of the hotel are in the same elegant style, have beautiful furniture and are equipped with excellent facilities. The hotel offers a spa, where several beauty treatments and massages are offered, a gym, a bar and a restaurant serving delicious dishes. In the direct vicinity of the hotel you will find many restaurants, bars and sho
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Radisson Blu 1919 Hotel

The hotel chain Radisson Blu advertises itself as gay friendly and even has a page on its blog devoted to Reykjavik's gay scene. The hotel is located in the popular 101 district, close to the sea and close to the many sights of Reykjavik. Within a kilometer of the Radisson Blu 1919 Hotel you will find the Parliament Building, the Old Port, Solfar Sun Voyager and the National Museum of Iceland. The
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Hotel Phoenix

The Phoenix Hotel in Reykjavik is a small, excellent managed hotel that is well taken care of, with classic, elegantly designed rooms. The hotel is located in Laugavegur Street. This is one of the main shopping streets of Reykjavik, where you will find many interesting shops and bars. From the hotel it is a five minute walk to the Reykjavík Hafnarhús Art Museum and the Solfar Sun Voyager, the ch
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Eyja Guldsmeden Hotel

Eyja Guldsmeden Hotel is Located next to Hlemmur Square. This hotel for gays in Reykjavik is near Laugavegur, the main shopping street. The hotel offers views over the city and the Esja Mountain. All rooms at Eyja Guldsmeden Hotel are featured with Balinese-style furnished rooms with 4-poster beds. Each room also has a bathroom with Guldmeden's own organic toiletries. Some rooms even offer a view
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Exeter Hotel

Exeter Hotel is a contemporary design hotel for gays in Reykjavik in Reykjavík's Old Harbour area. The hotel is just 500 meters away from Harpa Concert Hall & Conference Centre. Each room at Exeter Hotel is designed with an industrial décor. It is finished with modern furnishings and beautiful wooden floors. The rooms also have a smart TV, free Wifi and a Nespresso coffee machine. Some rooms als


  • What are the most important holidays & closing days in Reykjavik?
  • Reykjavik, the capital city of Iceland, is one of the world’s most gay-friendly cities. The capital is home to the Icelandic Parliament, the Supreme Court, the Presidential Palace, and many other important buildings. It’s also the site of many annual festivals and events, including the Reykjavik Pride festival held in June.
    Travelling is one of the most enjoyable and rewarding experiences that a human being can have. Reykjavik is a perfect city to visit if you are looking for a nice place to spend a holiday. The city has a vibrant nightlife, so you can go out and have a good time. The city is also an excellent place to learn about the Icelandic culture as well as how the Icelanders themselves see themselves.

  • What is the best time to travel to Reykjavik?
  • We’re going, being honest with you — there are a lot of people out there who think that Iceland is only for the well-off and the wealthy. But the country has a lot more to offer than you might expect. Whether you visit during the summer months, in the middle of winter, or sometime in between, the country is renowned for its adventuresome spirit and year-round appeal.
    The gay community in Reykjavik is incredibly vibrant, despite the fact that homosexuality was illegal in Iceland until 2009. The capital city is a melting pot of gay, straight, bisexual, lesbian, and transgender people, and the gay community here is very welcoming to travelers. The town itself is small, so it’s easy to get around on foot, but if you’re staying in Reykjavik, you might want to consider a car.
    Why should you go to Reykjavik? I know, for some people, the Icelandic capital is simply a “nice place to visit,” and for many, it is a place that exists in their travel fantasies, but it is this “why” that makes it a place worth exploring. The answer to this question lies in the city’s remarkable history, which began in the early 18th century with the settlement of Reykjavik, the capital of Iceland, by a colourful set of traders from Norway and Sweden.

  • What are the general opening- and closing hours of shops/museums in Reykjavik?
  • Reykjavík is the capital of Iceland, an island nation in the North Atlantic Ocean whose volcanic activity has created an interesting landscape. Although Iceland is still a relatively unknown destination for many people, it is warming up fast because of its thriving tourist industry. Reykjavík is the capital, a compact city with a small population of approximately 150,000 residents. Building upon a history of mining and fishing, Reykjavík’s urban landscape is part of an urban sprawl that includes several districts to the north and west of the city centre. Walking around the city, you are confronted by a great variety of architecture, from the old buildings to the newer buildings and the harbour.
    Reykjavik is a city that is open 24/7. In fact, it is of the most open 24/7 city in the world. It is the capital of the country Iceland, and it is a great place for travellers like you to visit.

  • How far is the nearest airport from Reykjavik?
  • To plan your holiday in Iceland, choose from a variety of options to suit your budget, taste, and time of the year. Reykjavik’s capital is a popular destination for travellers due to its location in the country’s north and its distinct culture. Visitors can enjoy the sights and shop till they drop in the many shops, bars, restaurants, and cafes that line the city’s main street, Laugavegur. The city is a popular stop-off on the Golden Circle drive, taking in the famous sights of the Gullfoss waterfall and Geysir Geothermal Park.
    Iceland is a top destination for gay friendly travellers. If you’re gay, lesbian, bisexual, or pansexual, you’ll find a warm welcome in Reykjavik. The capital sits at the head of the Reykjanes peninsula, where it is surrounded by spectacular scenery. The city offers a world-class swimming pool, a city-run cinema, museums, art galleries, and a number of gay friendly bars and clubs.

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