In 2000 Reykjavík held the title of European City of Culture in recognition of its vigorous cultural life, including various festivals and a remarkable selection of artistic events. At the same time the capital has been called the hottest Europe for its famed and dynamic nightlife. The adjoining towns also offer attractions, such as the unique and highly popular elf-spotting tours, an annual Viking feast, guided tours to places of historical interest or the largest shopping mall in Iceland. The hotel itself is within walking distance of both the city centre and the seashore. This apartment hotel was built in 2001. The hotel comprises a total of 42 rooms. Individual storeys are accessible via the lift or stairs. A breakfast room is among the facilities. Internet access in public areas (for a fee) allows travellers to stay connected. Those arriving in their own vehicles can leave them in the car park of the accommodation. Each of the rooms is appointed with central heating, a kitchen and a bathroom. A balcony is included as standard in most rooms, offering additional space for relaxation. All rooms feature a fridge and a TV. Amenities in the bathrooms include a shower. The apartment hotel offers attractions including sport and entertainment opportunities. A range of options are available, including golf and horse riding. Copyright GIATA 2004 - 2016. Breakfast can be booked. The following credit cards are accepted at the hotel: VISA, Diners Club and MasterCard.