Radisson Blu Saga Hotel, Reykjavik offers city-center location with a scenic Icelandic atmosphere
Located in the heart of Reykjavík’s popular west-town district, the Radisson Blu Saga Hotel is also within the Reykjavík‘s educational district and has easy access to a large free parking area. Built by the Icelandic farmers with a unique taste for modern architecture, the newly renovated hotel has 235 rooms with views of Reykjavík’s surrounding mountains and glaciers along and 7 fully equipped meeting rooms with natural light for conferences and personal events. The services include an on-site gym, a bank, a beauty parlor, and a hair salon.
A choice of on-site two restaurants, both known for their award-winning chefs, give you an insight into the rich Icelandic culinary tradition along with a unique “head to tail” concept that brings forth the best of Icelandic produce from the local farmers and manufacturers. The Grillid, located on the top floor of the hotel, is an acclaimed restaurant with a breathtaking panoramic view of the city while the Mímir restaurant is a vibrant new addition located on the first floor of the hotel and offers an exotic selection in food and drink.
Experience Reykjavik in style from our contemporary rooms with all amenities
Business Class Room
Meetings & Events
Restaurant & Bar
Whether you're in town for the long days of the midnight sun or here to witness the northern lights, there are many sightseeing opportunities near our hotel in Reykjavik, Iceland. The Radisson Blu Saga Hotel is conveniently located in the west end district of Reykjavík and puts the city at your fingertips. The neighborhood is easy to explore by foot, with the museums, restaurants, and legendary nightlife of Reykjavík's historic city center just a 10 minute walk away. The nearby National Library of Iceland collects printed works published in Iceland, by Icelanders and about Iceland. The National Museum across the street from the hotel offers a variety of fascinating exhibitions and guided tours in English. Experience unique atmosphere and enjoy Icelandic films or large popular movies as soon as they're released at the University of Iceland cinema. The cultural center, Nordic House, fosters and supports cultural connections between Iceland and the other Nordic countries. It organizes a diverse program of interesting cultural events and exhibitions. The National Gallery of Iceland features 19th and 20th century Icelandic art, but international art is showcased as well. The public swimming pool in the west end district is one of the most popular attractions in the neighborhood, offering geothermal pools, a sauna and hot tubs. The beautiful seashore of Ægissíða is only a five minute walk from the hotel, offering the best romantic walk in Reykjavík to the lighthouse in Grótta.
How to get to the Radisson Blu Saga Hotel, Reykjavik
Reykjavik is the world's northernmost capital city and welcomes visitors with a cosmopolitan charm, natural scenic surroundings and a vibrant nightlife. The hotel is located in the west end district of Reykjavík city, just a short walk from the local swimming pool, the beautiful seashore of Ægissíða, the ice cream shop and the city center to name a few. The Radisson Blu Saga Hotel, provides an ample on-site parking and buses can stop directly outside the hotel.
From Keflavik International Airport
Take bus number 55 towards Reykjavík - BSÍ, travel 21 stops, and exit at Háskóli Íslands station. From there, walk about 600 meters to arrive at the hotel. The bus is every hour.By car:
Take the fastest route via Route 41 to arrive at the hotel. The journey can take 40 - 55 minutes, depending on the traffic.
From BSI Reykjavik
Walk 1.5 km via Vatnsmýrarvegur, and arrive at the hotel in approx. 19 minutes.By bus:
Take the bus number 1 towards Hlemmur, and exit at Háskóli Íslands. From there, walk about 600 meters to arrive at the hotel.By car:
Take the fastest route via Hringbraut/Route 49. Typically, it takes about 4 minutes to arrive at the hotel.