The hotel is on the edge of Reykjavik's domestic airport (which also handles East Greenland flights) but on the opposite side to the terminal.
It is a large, busy tourist hotel. The city centre is about 30 minutes pleasant walk and there is a rather infrequent (and small) courtesy bus service. A city bus to the top end of the shopping street stops just outside.
Staff are friendly and helpful. Our room was large, comfortable and clean. Some overlook the private aircraft apron and could be noisy at times.
Breakfast is a good buffet, but gets very busy. There were large notices warning guests they would be charged for taking food out of the breakfast room for lunch.