Solve the ultimate hangover game with this fantastic hour of family-friendly entertainment, working together to solve puzzles and clues in order to escape a strange ‘hotel room’ in downtown Reykjavík and finally reach comfortable sobriety.
Escape rooms are a fantastic opportunity for those travellers looking to find a team-building and creative exercise in the city, and for all of those, of course, who think they can beat the game!
In the Hangover room, a small group of people—be it a family, co-workers or friends—are locked inside of a specially themed hotel room under the premise they wound up there after blacking out on a night out in the city. Be prepared for some wonky times ahead—the Hangover only has 35% escape rate.
You are given exactly one hour to escape. The majority of the rooms on site are designed for groups of 2-6, but thankfully, the Hangover room allows for groups of up to 12. Children from 9 are allowed to play under parental supervision, and from 14, kids can play on their own (there is, of course, no real alcohol on site).
Some puzzles are easier to solve than others, while some are designed purely to lead you off the trail. If you get stuck, a staff member of the escape-rooms will be on hand to offer some helpful pointers.
Given Iceland’s notoriously unpredictable weather, escape rooms make for a fantastic means of entertainment on rainy, cold days, requiring no physical exertion and allowing you to wear exactly what you want (a rare thing in Iceland). Thankfully, the rooms are within an easy walking distance from downtown Reykjavík.
So don’t delay any longer! Beat the clock with this exciting indoor Hangover challenge, and prove once and for all, that there’s no greater escape artist, nor a greater drinker than you. Check availability by choosing a date.
Children from the age of 9 can easily play our escape games, but only under parental supervision. Teenagers from 14 years old can experience the games on their own.
There is no need to wear specialist clothing for this experience as this is an indoor activity, meaning you can wear what you like.
Note that this room is designed for groups of 7-12 people.