February!

The city is finally out of its Christmas hangover phase and the days are getting longer – to our much delight 🙂
Valentine’s is just around the corner. We believe that Iceland is THE place for a romantic getaway 

The weather in February can be veeery changeable. You could experience rain, snow, sleet and blue sky all in one day! The weather is definitely our biggest character we deal with every day 🙂  Read more

Happy new year dear guests! And hello January!

 

January is a great month to experience a more authentic Iceland. It is usually the coldest month – and the darkest. In other words; very short days. The darkness is not all bad though because more darkness also means more chances of seeing the northern lights – if we are lucky 😊 Read more

Reykjavík in December is so lovely. Beautiful Christmas decorations, fun events, delicious food and beverages…

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You’re in Iceland – now go enjoy Iceland!
We encourage you to tag your photos using #hotelklettur  

Take a look at the Northern Lights – they’re back!
The official Northern Lights season in Iceland is from October till March. If you are in Iceland in October/November, you are probably at the very least little bit curious about the best way to see them… Our Tour Desk staff will gladly help you plan an awesome trip – you can also check out different tours and activities here.

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Hótel Klettur is in a good location with the main shopping district just about 2 blocks down the street –  within walking distance to many historic sights, restaurants and stores. Most of the eateries and bars are located on Laugavegur, which is about a 5 minute walk from hótel Klettur.

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 Reykjavík celebrates Culture Night!
Each year there is a Culture Night in Reykjavik, Menningarnótt. The downtown area will be filled with people, music, food and all sorts of live acts.

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Festivals in July & August: 

A list of festivals in Reykjavík in july and august.

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… A sneak peek:

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 Lively city centre!

 

As previous years, a good portion of Reykjavík city centre will be closed to motor traffic for the summer. 
Starting 1st May, a section of Reykjavík’s main hight street, Laugavegur – as well as a number of adjacent small streets – will be reserved for foot and bicycle only. The “Summer streets” should serve the purpose of attract visitors and improve access to downtown shops and services. 
Laugavegur is the primary commercial artery of downtown Reykjavík, and one of the oldest shopping streets. On Laugavegur, you can find cozy cafés, shops, clubs, bars, service companies and more. Something for every one! With the opening of the “Summer streets”, the downtown area will become more vibrant than before. Parts of Laugavegur will be painted with colorful colors, benches and flowerpots will be placed here and there to make the downtown area more lively.
Closed for the summer: Skólavörðustígur from Bergstaðarstræti to Bankastræti, Laugavegur from Vatnsstígur and Pósthússtræti.
See you there and gleðilegt sumar (“happy summer”)!
Map available here

 

—-  Don’t miss DesignMarch —-

23 – 26 March: Do you have any plans for these days? Why not attend Iceland’s most annual design festival? Every spring, the festival fills Reykjavík with exotic and fresh design to celebrate the awakening of spring and the growth in Icelandic design. This is seen as the most important annual design festival in Iceland; from food to architecture, fashion to furniture design. The festival is expected with over 100 events – the best of the local design scene & exciting international names. Join us!

For tickets & the whole program, click here

See you there!  

 

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