The Five Best 5-Star Hotels in Iceland

One of the most unique places to travel is Iceland. The entire region has plenty of things to do and adventures to experience, but if you want to stay there in style, you might want to stay at one of the five hotels listed below. All of them offer top class amenities and many of them cater to certain things that are of interest too many individuals. Whether you love adventure or you’re looking for something where you can just relax and decompress for a while, you can find a hotel here that is exactly what you’ve been searching for.

Hotel Grimsborgir

This is easily one of the most secluded hotels in Iceland, but it’s also worth the experience. It’s an extremely upscale facility and you can choose between merely getting a room or renting either a two or four bedroom apartment in order to enjoy your stay for a little longer. If you’re looking for adventure, you can rent a car and take day trips or you can take scheduled tours by bus provided by the hotel at no additional charge. There’s also an impeccable restaurant and bar on the premises. The rooms feature the absolute best when it comes to luxurious amenities and you have services available such as private hot tubs, a full kitchen in every room, and massages.

Hotel Borg

If you’re a fan of Art Deco design, you’ll love the architecture in this place at first glance. It has plenty of other luxuries to offer as well. You can choose to eat on the premises or merely walk across the street and choose from several other dining options, as well as places to shop. A lot of people come to this hotel for its history, dating back to the 1930s. The hotel also offers free Wi-Fi, a fitness center, a bar, a full spa, and even floors that are heated. If you’re looking for a place that is just the right mixture of history without feeling dated, this is a place that you’ll be impressed with the moment you get there. The longer you stay, the more you’ll love it.

Silica Hotel

The thing that really sets this mid-century modern hotel apart from everything else in Iceland is the reason why it exists in the first place. It’s all about the medicinal waters of the lagoons that surround it. Many people flock to the area in hopes of finding successful treatment for a variety of skin ailments and other health issues. While there is a public lagoon that is right next to the facility, the hotel also has its own private lagoon that is only available to people that are staying there. This dramatically reduces the number of people that you have to deal with when searching for just the right spot to either relax or potentially treat an ailment. Either way, this is a hotel experience that you won’t soon forget and it’s worth traveling the distance just have that experience for yourself.

ION Luxury Adventure Hotel

Just as the name implies, this is a hotel that people frequently stay at in order to take advantage of the many different types of adventures that can be found in the area. This is a secluded area where people can go hiking, swimming, or even rock climbing. There is really no limit to the different types of things you can do unless it’s your imagination. Another thing that makes this hotel unique is that it offers plenty of luxurious amenities such as a spa without doing any damage to the environment surrounding it. Instead, it relies largely on organic materials and geothermal power in order to operate. That alone is enough to make most people want to stay here.

Hotel Ranga

If you want to stay at a hotel that gives you an opportunity to view the Northern Lights, this one even has telescopes designed for exactly that purpose. It’s one of the main reasons that so many people stay here. Of course, the hotel isn’t anything to sneeze at, either. It has its own spa, geothermal hot tubs, and a free breakfast. Even the most basic of rooms here offer plenty of luxury and if you really want to go all out, you can find a room that looks more like some futuristic design that would be more at home in outer space than here on Earth. It’s definitely a unique experience that you’ll remember for the rest of your life.


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