Re: A choice of 2 hotels... and is April any good ??
I stayed at the Radisson Saga hotel and while the hotel isn't as centric as many others, I didn't find the walk to the city center either long or difficult in any way. It's actually a nice walk and the only thing you need to look out for is crossing at Hringbraut. There are buses stopping nearby, I think next to the National Library and one next to the University of Iceland but since we walked around Reykjavik, I can't tell how they go. However, look at www.bus.is for directions, timetables, etc.
Compare the Radisson Saga's location at backman.is/mapofrvk/part1.ht... with Nordica Hotel at (I think) backman.is/mapofrvk/part9.ht... and the main attractions we visited are located between part7.html and part8.html.
I think the big tours (Golden Circle and the like) are open at the end of April and so are the museums. Is there something closed? Possibly, but I don't think you'll run out of ideas of what to do.
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