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Kex Cookie Hostel

Reykjavik, Iceland

Iceland is fairy tale land, where everything seems to be freshly painted, lagoons, snow topped mountains, the land of fire and ice, Reykjavik has a lot to offer, once you will land here, you will helplessly fall in love with this city. There is one delicious place to stay in, Kex Hostel, that means cookie, the building used to be an old biscuit factory right in the heart of Reykjavik.

Kex is fun and beauty in one, just few meters away from the best bars and clubs, in fact , music venues are those who give this city its legendary reputation. The hostel is located in middle of everything, whether you feel like shopping, all there, feel like exploring the monuments, you are right there, feel like sitting in coffee shops, the best coffee houses are right on the corner, all the main attractions are in the center of Reykjavik, just where the Kex is.

The Kex Hostel offers free WiFi, a cafe and bar on its own, lounge area, heated outdoor patio, tourist information desk, laundry room and even a small fitness centre, where to burn some good kcalories from amazing food, 2 guest kitchenettes and private laundry facilities are also available. Apart from the dorms there are also an interesting choice of private rooms, The Double Plus, The Double Standard and The Twin Private with everything needed included, fresh linen, towels, bathrooms and beautiful design in each of them, and of course fantastic views guaranteed. A variety of rooms that can host up to 138 guests, no matter who travelling with, the KEx will have right solution for you.

The old factory hosts not only the Kex hostel, is also home to The Living Art museum and and studios of various artists, dancers, and fashion designers, so you will be in the middle of all action of the city, enjoying also arts of Iceland. The hostel is designed cozy and comfortable, it's clean and pleasant to stay in, with common room,Tv, kitchen, towels to hire, breakfast, great meals, bicycle rent, parking, luggage room, 24 hours reception, multilingual staff that will help you with anything.

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