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Hotel Reward Value: Park Inn Reykjavik Iceland

$63 per night for a hotel in Reykjavik is a pretty good deal. That is the price using Club Carlson points paying a premium rate of 13,500 points for a Superior Room at the Park Inn Island Reykjavik for the summer solstice 2014. Book the published rate and you will be paying $258 per night to book a stay today for June 2014.

Interesting that the Category 1 Club Carlson property only has premium room rewards at 50% more than the standard reward night. Good thing is Club Carlson currently offers up to 50% more bonus points for purchases through October 15, 2013. A member can buy up to 60,000 points with this sale at the rate of 1,500 points per $7.00.

That means a Club Carlson member can book the Park Inn Reykjavik, a hotel with $250 per night rates, for only $63 per night over the next year simply buying points during the current sale.

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€1,143.84 for six night stay June 16-22, 2014 = $1,547.98.

That is $258 per night for a Superior Room at Park Inn Reykjavik, Iceland.

Park Inn Reykjavik reward [click image to enlarge]

81,000 points and $5 will buy 6 nights June 16-22, 2014 at Park Inn Reykjavik, Iceland. A couple can buy 81,000 points for under $400. That is a significant savings on the $1,550 posted rate for a 6-night stay at the Park Inn Reykjavik next summer solstice.

If you have the Club Carlson Visa card you only pay points for five nights with one night free.

Park Inn Island Reykjavik is a high value category 1 Club Carlson reward stay option for travelers in Iceland. And there are dates over the next year where a Standard Room at this Park Inn are only 9,000 points per night.

Related Post: Buy Club Carlson points by Oct 15 as low as $4.67 per 1,000 points. The comments in this post describe how to get Club Carlson points for less than $2 per 1,000 points using Vanilla Reloads.

Wondering how to get to Iceland on the cheap?


Ric Garrido of Monterey, California is writer and owner of Loyalty Traveler.

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  • ABC October 11, 2013

    What’s the cheapest way to get to Iceland?
    Easyjet has cheap fares from EU to Iceland, but the ~equal distance from the US cost 60+k points or >$600.

  • Charlie October 11, 2013

    I stayed there in August for the marathon and thought it was a spectacular deal. The breakfast was fantastic (included) and the only big negative was the horrendous problems with wifi while there. Apparently their ISP was having issues as customers were down there in a long line waiting.

  • Ric Garrido October 11, 2013

    @ABC – My first thought is to add Iceland as a stopover with Icelandair USA-Europe. Stopover in Iceland is free.

  • Elton October 11, 2013

    It might be a good deal in summer, but it is far from city center…walkable though
    I would search the rental apartment in airbnb….tons of apartments offer around the same price…..

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