One night at a hotel: ISK 19,700-35,000 (USD 173-308*)
At some hotels, breakfast is included.
The least expensive night at a dorm in a hostel costs approximately ISK 10,000 (USD 88*). A good website to check is Hostelling International Iceland.
There are plenty of beautiful Airbnb options to choose from. The neighborhoods closest to the conference centre are Miðbær (downtown - 101), Vesturbær (107) and Hlíðar (105). The first two are close to Harpa conference hall where the keynotes will take place and the university where the panels will take place (101). Hlíðar is a bit further away (an approximate 30-minute walk to either destination but it’s easy to take the bus). The above Airbnb link has been filtered by the indicated neighborhoods.
From the airport to your hotel, you can take an airport shuttle for ISK 3,000 (USD 26*). If you are traveling with others, it might be less expensive or cost the same to share a taxi.
The Reykjavik City Card costs ISK 5,900 (USD 52*) for three days and can be used for the bus, museums and galleries, and even the swimming pools!
To download a map of Reykjavik with the conference locations marked out, please click here.
To download a map of the University of Iceland with the conference buildings marked out, please click here.
Dinner and a glass of wine at a casual fine-dining restaurant costs around ISK 7,500 (USD 66*). Lunch is less expensive. You can get a meal and a soft drink at around ISK 2,500 (USD 22*).
We will negotiate an affordable lunch deal for you at the University of Iceland canteen.
Please note that tap water in Iceland is potable, so there is no need to buy bottled water. You may also usually ask for a glass of water in restaurants for free.
General and Tourist Information
Harpa Concert and Conference Centre
(where the keynotes are taking place)
(for domestic flights)
(for cheap accommodation and flights)
* Please note that all prices stated in USD are approximations based on currency exchange rates, which fluctuate daily.