Iceland is one of the best locations to visit to see the northern lights. The viewing conditions are often excellent, and the mountaintops, famous basalt columns, sparkling waterfalls, electric-blue glacial lakes and wide-open sky provide a magnificent backdrop. In this article, we will find out the best hotels in Iceland. Iceland offers a variety of hotels and guesthouses available to tourists, particularly now that the government has abolished all regulatory restrictions, such as maximum capacity and mask requirements.
6 Iceland’s Best Hotels
Hotels in Iceland certainly distinguish between farmhouses, hostels and schoolhouses over bus terminals, something for everyone in Iceland.
- The Bubble Hotel 5 Million Stars
Bubble Hotel is a unique glamorous experience on a farm near Reyholt in the woods. There are five bubbles and they can be booked exclusively as part of a trip to the Golden Circle, and overnight bubble experience from the Bubble creators. The bubble is heated, so it is nice to stay in any time of the year. In the neighbourhood there is a common house with two full bathrooms and a kitchenette for guests. You have to bring your own meals, towels and amenities, but spending the night under the sky full of stars or maybe even the Northern Lights is a unique and unique experience.
2. Hotel Volcano
The Hotel Volcano is a modern bed & breakfast with just 7 rooms between Mýrdalsjökull and Vik’s black sand beaches. The Volcano Hotel and is a great way to stay in Sólheimajökull for the night following a glacier walk. The rooms at the hotel are modest, yet modern and comfortable. Wireless internet and breakfast are provided. Although the boutique hotel does not offer an on-site restaurant, there are at least three options within a 10-kilometer radius of the property.
3. Ranga Hotel
Hotel Ranga is regarded as an excellent location to view the Northern Lights about 2 hours driving from Keflavík international airport in Hella. Those who want to see the Aurora show just cold left will be glad to hear that the Ranga Hotel provides a nice viewing experience. There is a balcony, comfortable blankets and a wake-up call when the bar is lit.
4. Silica Hotel
This is a component of the Blue Lagoon resort in Iceland, and an excellent stay for anybody who wishes to enjoy the geothermal activities of the nation. Just a stone’s throw from mineral springs and the sky’s mud masks, Silica Hotel’s rooms are modest, modern and comfortable. This hotel provides its own far less packed lagoon for its guests just if the Blue Lagoon truly matters or if it’s too busy.
5. Berg Hotel
In reality, we stayed at the Hotel Berg, just 10 minutes away from the airport in 2011. The modern rooms are nice and I love the large window that overlooks a lovely harbor in the breakfast area. We were delighted to find on our visit that Hotel Berg grew grown and had a totally renovated lobby and a larger breakfast area. And its owners couldn’t be nicer. This is our first-class hotel and one of the best boutique hotels in Iceland. We stayed at Hotel Berg a total of four different times.
6. Hotel Kea
Located in the center of Akureyri, this 4-star hotel offers free parking. It offers bright and spacious rooms with classic hardwood flooring. This is a lovely hotel with a magnificent view of the backdrop mountains. There is also a nearby spa and fitness center with discounts for guests of Hotel Kea. In the center of the city, this private apartment in a guesthouse is the ideal Airbnb. The flat is beautiful and near to great bakeries and eateries. The guesthouse offers a common kitchen, for guests to prepare their own dinner, free of charge! If you feel tired, you can always prepare cereal.
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