Northern Light Inn

Northern Light Inn

This delightful 42-room hotel sits on the volcanic Reykjanes Peninsula just a 20 minute drive from the airport and within walking distance of the Blue Lagoon.

All 42 light and airy rooms are well appointed with supremely comfortable beds and cosy Icelandic down comforters. The dining room has enormous windows, looking out onto the lavascape that so defines the Reykjanes region. The hotel also houses its very own Wellness Spa and Fitness Center featuring the Aurora Float – the ultimate floating relaxation experience.

A stay here is all about incredible views, especially of the northern lights. A 360° observation lounge on the second floor provides a very comfortable place to relax after dinner and watch for the aurora while the hotel offers a wake-up call service, in case they make an appearance while you are asleep. However, please note that there will be some light pollution from the nearby geothermal heat exchange, which provides clean, green energy and the water that feeds the lagoon. You’ll also spot the quite surreal bright plumes of steam too, that pinpoint the location of the nearby Blue Lagoon.

The hotel offers transfers to and from Keflavik Airport (additional cost)

Hotel Features

  • 32 standard guestrooms
  • 10 deluxe rooms with Spa entrance included
  • Restaurant & bar
  • Free parking
  • Free internet access
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