Excellent airport hotel location surrounded by natural wonders

The Park Inn by Radisson Reykjavik Keflavik Airport hotel's location provides an ideal base for exploring the area's black sand beaches, lava fields, and other stunning natural attractions. Guests can stand on a bridge connecting Europe and North America at Reykjanes Peninsula, the only place in the world where the mid-Atlantic ridge is visible above sea level. Visit the world famous Blue Lagoon spa, or plan a bird-watching excursion to Hafnarberg Cliffs. Just outside town, you can marvel at the beautiful Northern Lights. Check out some of our suggestions for nearby attractions below.

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Althingishusid

21.01 mi / 33.81 km from the hotel
Visit Iceland's parliament building, which houses the debating chamber where Icelandic laws are made. The building displays a classical 19th century style.
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Bæjarins Beztu Pylsur

21.11 mi / 33.98 km from the hotel
Enjoy a local delicacy at this chain of hot dog stands, offering one of the cheapest meals in Iceland. The business has been in operation since the 1930s.
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Hallgrímskirkja

21.2 mi / 34.12 km from the hotel
Admire the breathtakingly steep architecture of this Lutheran church, designed in 1937 to reflect the sharp mountains and glaciers of the Icelandic landscape.
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Blue Lagoon

8.59 mi / 13.83 km from the hotel
Blue Lagoon is the place where the power of the mineral rich sea waters meet the geothermal core of Iceland, surfacing between rocky surface in a unique nature, perfect for bathing.

Bridge Between Continents

33.11 mi / 53.28 km from the hotel
The Bridge between two continents at Sandvík is a small footbridge over a major fissure which provides clear evidence of the presence of a diverging plate margin. The bridge was built as a symbol for the connection between Europe and North America.

Gunnuhver

35.43 mi / 57.03 km from the hotel
Iceland's largest mud pool at present prominent, highest up in the Gunnuhver group. It is 20 meters wide across a rim of mud, boiling vigorously.