Where To Stay When You’re In Iceland

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Iceland is a true bucket list destinationl. The nation, which merits going to amid any season, has staggering common vistas, dynamic volcanoes, and seascapes that will knock your socks off.

The Northern Lights are on view in the darker months, while summer brings adventure activity opportunities like hiking, climbing, and sea fishing.

Blue Lagoon Silica Hotel

 

The natural spa is most easily accessible from the Silica Hotel, which is the Lagoon’s on location convenience. Thehotel has a quiet sensibility, with free breakfast, free (premium) access to the Blue Lagoon, and access to the inn’s own particular private tidal pond.

Ion Adventure Hotel

The modern, cubic building is seemingly situated in the middle of nowhere ( less than an hour drive from Reykjavík), and it’s surrounded by lava fields and snow-capped mountains.

 

Hotel Ranga

It’s well-known for its proximity to the Northern Lights, as well as stargazing, and you can head out to discover nearby glaciers, lagoons, volcanoes, waterfalls, and black sand beaches by ATV, horseback, or snowmobile.

Alda Hotel

It’s located on Laugavegur, the main drag of town, and much of the best things to see are within walking distance. There’s a sauna, hot tub, and fitness center, as well as the hotel’s Barber Bar, which serves daily happy hour. The decor is simple, but friendly and warm, and you just can’t beat the location.

 

 

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