Picture yourself surrounded by Iceland's stunning natural beauty, with the Northern Lights dancing overhead and the soothing sound of a nearby waterfall lulling you to sleep. When it comes to accommodation in Iceland, there are a whole host of weird and wonderful stays to choose from, all immersed in the country’s beauty. Whether you're travelling solo, alongside a gaggle of friends or with youngsters in tow, we can help you find the perfect place to call home during your stay in Iceland.

City Living

Imagine waking up in a chic and stylish hotel, with a panoramic view of the cityscape and the sparkling ocean and towering mountains beyond. You step out onto your private balcony to breathe in the fresh Icelandic air and soak up the vibrant energy of the city. From sleek and modern hotels to cosy and quaint guesthouses, Reykjavik - the vibrant and charming capital of Iceland - offers a plethora of accommodation options that are sure to delight any traveller. If sleek and sultry with a hint of Icelandic charm is what you’re after, then look no further than the Reykjavik Edition. Tuck into traditional delicacies with a modern twist at the Michelin star chef-helmed restaurant, and enjoy the freedom to explore the city that this hotel provides. We recommend requesting a harbour-side room, as the floor-to-ceiling views out over the water are unbeatable.

Wilderness Retreat

Once you leave Reykjavik, it doesn’t take long to feel like you’re slap bang in the middle of nowhere. Think otherworldly wilderness, majestic lava fields and skies so wide it feels as though they’re never ending. Iceland’s wilds are accessible by car, but there is something quite spectacular about waking up surrounded by stunning silence and natural beauty. The ION Adventure Hotel will tick all of these boxes, with its geothermally heated outdoor pool, floor-to-ceiling windows and the opportunity for horse riding and 4x4 tours. If true undisturbed countryside is what you’re after, then the Black Sand Suites, found just above Vik on the south coast, are exactly where you should be headed. As their name suggests, they look out over the renowned black sand beach that made Vik so famous, but are far enough from the tourist hot spot to allow guests to feel as though they are the only ones in Iceland.

Wacky Stopovers

If you're looking for a truly unique experience, Iceland has plenty of options to choose from. You can stay in a converted airplane, a renovated lighthouse, or even a bubble-shaped igloo that offers a stunning view of the night sky. For a more traditional experience, intertwined with Iceland’s fascination with folklore and fairies, stay in a traditional turf house (as trolls in the hinterlands supposedly did). Torfhús Retreat is a particular favourite; nestled in the heart of Iceland’s Golden Circle and topped with emerald green turf, the hotel is a beautiful blend of traditional Icelandic style and eco-luxury. If the Northern Lights are what you’re in Iceland for, then Hotel Ranga is the place for you, as not many other hotels boast a stargazing observatory. Perched on the banks of the Rangá River, surrounded by stunning glacier vistas and lunar-like volcanic landscapes, this bucket-list hotel is the ultimate place to spot the bands of green, pink and purple dancing across the deep navy sky. Of course, you can’t go wrong with a few nights spent with your feet up at the Blue Lagoon’s famed Silica Hotel. Think relaxing spa treatments, lagoon-side bars and unbeatable panoramas across the coal-coloured lava fields.

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