The 5th ACM/IEEE NanoCom Conference will be held in the Main Building of the University of Iceland, in Reykjavik, Iceland.

A block of hotel rooms has been reserved at the Radisson Blu Saga Hotel, Reykjavik for ACM/IEEE NanoCom attendees. Please follow this link to the block.

Radisson Blu Saga Hotel is located in the heart of Reykjavík's popular west-town district. Honored as Iceland's Leading Business Hotel for several years for its high quality and professional services the amenities include one of Reykjavík’s most credited restaurant ''Grillid'', 236 rooms with views of Reykjavík's surrounding mountains and glaciers, on-site gym, banking and a salon as well as 6 fully equipped meeting rooms for conferences and personal events.

The hotel is conveniently located only 10 minutes from the historic city center and 5 minutes from the domestic airport. Access to a direct airport service is also available to Keflavik (KEF) international airport which is 45 minutes away.

Directions to Radisson Blu Saga Hotel

Keflavik Airport (KEF)

The international Keflavik Airport is just outside of Reykjavik (50 min. by bus). The two main airlines that serve Iceland from various cities, mostly in Europe and North America, are Icelandair ( and Wow Air (, but there are other airlines as well that fly to Iceland.

Getting to the hotel from Keflavík Airport

Car: By road 41, with normal traffic it takes about 45 minutes drive to reach Radisson Blu Saga Hotel from the airport.

Bus: Here can you book your bus ticket from Keflavik Airport to Reykjavík city.

Taxi: Outside the airport you can find plenty of Taxis waiting for you. Here below you can find phone numbers for companies offering Taxi services from the airport:
  • A-stöðin: +354 420 1212 / +354 520 1212
  • City-taxi: +354 422 2222
  • Hreyfill taxi service: +354 421 4141 / +354 588 5522
  • BSR: +354 561 0000
  • Borgarbílastöðin: +354 552 2440
  • Leigubílastöðin Taxi Service: +354 588 5500

Getting to the hotel from downtown Reykjavík

Walk: Radisson Blu Saga Hotel is in only 10 minutes walking distance from the city center.

Bus: Here can you find everything about the public transportation system in Reykjavík.

Taxi: In case you need to call a taxi, below you can find phone number for taxi services in Reykjavík:

  • Hreyfill taxi service: +354 421 4141 / +354 588 5522
  • BSR: +354 561 0000


The 5th ACM/IEEE International Conference on Nanoscale Computing and Communication (ACM/IEEE NanoCom 2018) will be held in Reykjavik, Iceland. We are sure that you will enjoy your stay during the period of the conference. We provide authors with an introduction of Reykjavik and Iceland in order to assist authors to plan the trips.

Top attractions in Reykjavik:

Hallgrimskirkja Church

Hallgrímskirkja church is Reykjavík's main landmark and its tower can be seen from almost everywhere in the city.

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Austurvöllur Square and Public Park

Austurvöllur is not only Reykjavík's go-to sunbathing spot, but it has also played an important role in Iceland's history. Located in central 101 Reykjavík, this public park is considered the midmost point of the downtown.

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Hellisheidi Power Plant Geothermal Energy Exhibition

The Geothermal Energy Exhibition at Hellisheiði Power Plant is a state-of-the-art look into the harnessing of geothermal energy in Iceland.

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Hlemmur Mathöll

Hlemmur Mathöll is a gourmet food court located in one of the city's main bus station. Once punks, hobos, and other rebels frequented this building, but today it has a more upscale atmosphere.

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Mosfellsbaer Routes

Walkers, hikers and cyclists will love the extensive network of paths and cycling routes in this stunning part of the city!

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Krysuvik Geothermal Area

For those who'd rather spend time in the company of Mother Nature, a trip to the remarkable solfatara fields of Krysuvik will reward you with a memorable afternoon and an education in geology.

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Solfar Sun Voyager

Reykjavik is surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean with water-front paths stretching around the entire peninsula. Look out for the remarkable Solfar Sun Voyager sculpture along Reykjavik's scenic waterfront!

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Mount Esha

Dramatically dominating the Reykjavík City skyline and providing a stunning backdrop to the capital area is the impressive Mount Esja, a popular destination for day-trippers and riddled with well-worn hiking trails. Once surmounted, the view from the top of this 914-metre high mountain is breathtaking.

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National Museum of Iceland

The National Museum of Iceland is a must for anybody interested in Icelandic history, culture and heritage. Artifacts from the Viking age to the modern day are on display. It’s great for families: The parents will get a sense of Iceland's 1000 years of history and the kids will see “some old, cool stuff”. The cafe and the gift shop are both excellent.

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Perlan (The Pearl)

The Pearl, along with Hallgrímskirkja Church, is probably Reykjavík’s most recognizable landmark. Sitting on top of Öskjuhlíð, a big green public space, the building resembles something alien. Inside, you will find the interesting Perlan Museum, featuring a lit-up ice-cave. On the top floor, an excellent restaurant and coffeehouse can be found. The most popular part of The Pearl, however, is without a doubt its observation deck, offering a 360° view of Reykjavík.

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Northern Lights in Reykjavik

Iceland is renowned for its otherworldly illuminations, the Northern Lights being one remarkable example. This particular phenomenon, also known as the Aurora Borealis, can be experienced in Iceland on those clear, crisp nights, where they appear in a variety of colours and intensity, either twirling gently in shades of milky green, or occasionally blazing in a wild and multi-coloured dance across the night sky.

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