Designed like no other hotel on earth, with confidence, restrained
taste, and the Icelandic devotion to eclecticism, Home sets the bar
for a comfort-based approach to the luxury experience in a residence
Centrally located in downtown Reykjavik, the five suites of Home
occupy the whole of the locally cherished corrugated iron town house
which sits between the world-renowned party street, Laugavegur, and
key Iceland historical site, the Latin School of Iceland, which
educated most of Iceland's leaders, among them the active President,
and from which Iceland's Nobel Laureate Halldor Laxness
unceremoniously dropped out.
With its location, one could simply sit at the window, watching the
Prime Minister go to work in his office only half a block away, and
watching the fishermen unload their catch from Faxafloi Bay, clearly
visible from Home's hilltop perch, and get a comprehensive feel for
the ebb and flow of Reykjavik.