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The Northern Light Inn is not just a romantic name. From August to April, you actually have a pretty good chance of spotting the Aurora dance right from this Icelandic hotel. They even have a designated viewing platform for this purpose, aptly called a Galaxy Balcony, where you can enjoy ...
Dubbed the “5 Million Star Hotel”, it’s easy to see why the Aurora Bubble is worth a visit. Guests can experience the beauty of nature, all from inside the comfort of a literal see-through bubble. Whether you choose to sleep under five million stars in the winter, or summer, all ...
Fancy a trip of a lifetime? Head to the land of fire and ice, better known as Iceland, and stay at a converted sheep farm! Deplar Farm is located in Iceland’s northern Fljot valley. With just 13 rooms, Deplar is the ultimate getaway for those seeking to explore the beautiful, ...
When you think of Iceland, you think of magnificent views, beautiful nature, and [exquisite hotels](https://www.uniqhotels.com/luxury-hotels). The Blue Lagoon Silica Hotel is definitely one to visit. The hotel is only a kilometer away from the main Blue Lagoon resort. It is surrounded by lava landscapes and is a mere 10-minute walk ...
For travelers looking to take in the beauty of the Northern Lights (known as Aurora Borealis to some), trek across some glaciers and explore lava fields, ION Luxury Adventure Hotel is a wonderfully unique place to stay in Iceland. Less than an hour by car from Iceland’s coastal capital of ...
Iceland: the original land of ice and fire. Just a short drive from the capital city, Reykjavík, is Hotel Glymur which overlooks the azure waters of the Whale Fjord. The hotel was named after the Glymur waterfall – which is one of the highest in Europe. You can visit it ...
Which was the coolest iron-age tribe? The Vikings of course. Their horned helmets, love of pillage, and super-fast longboats made them a fiercesome force to be reckoned with in early Europe. Every summer, in a typically unpronounceable Icelandic town, Viking culture comes alive in the Viking Festival in Hafnarfjordur. There ...
This was once home to lines of tough-faced worshippers from the local fishing village of Stöðvarfjörður. Now it is home to you while you explore Iceland’s volcano-carved east coast. There is plenty of room and the accommodation is warm and welcoming. There is a self-catering kitchen and the choice of ...