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Hotel Leifur Eiriksson Rooms
Reykjavik

Hotel Leifur Eiríksson is set in a old respectable house right in the center of Reykjavík. The hotel is on Skólavörðustígur which is one of the most sought after streets in Reykjavík where you will find numerous galleries as well as designer and speciality shops. Across the street from the hotel is the magnificent Hallgrímskirkja, the most famous landmark of Reykjavík.

Hotel Leifur Eiríksson has 47 rooms. They are all equipped with a telephone, radio, satellite tv and a private bathroom. Roomservice is available 24 hours a day where you can order drinks and snacks. Breakfast is included.

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