The capital and largest city of Iceland is Reykjavik, which is located on the coast. The National and Saga museums, which chronicle Iceland's Viking past, are located there. With its revolving Perlan glass dome and spectacular concrete Hallgrimskirkja church, the area offers expansive views of the surrounding hills and sea. The geothermal Blue Lagoon spa, located close to the settlement of Grindavik, is a prime example of the island's volcanic activity.
The Retreat At Blue Lagoon Iceland 5*****
You'll be 0.1 mi (0.1 km) from Reykjanes UNESCO Global Geopark and 9.6 mi (15.4 km) from Brimketill Lava Rock Pool when you stay at The Retreat at Blue Lagoon Iceland in Grindavik. Gunnuhver Thermal Springs is 12.1 mi (19.5 km) and Reykjanesviti is 14.2 mi (22.8 km) away from this five-star hotel. Take time to pamper yourself by going to the spa.
Hotel Kriunes 4****
A cozy, family-run hotel with a great view of the mountains and the lake, Hotel Kriunes is a great place to unwind. Situated in Kopavogur, the second largest municipality in Iceland, Hotel Kríunes is just 15 minutes away from Reykjavík's center. Combining the advantages of both the country and the city, the hotel is one of the best-kept hidden secrets in the city region. For those looking for a tranquil retreat away from the bustle of the city, Hotel Kriunes is a great option.
Reykjavik Natura - Berjaya Iceland Hotels 4****
The warm and welcoming interior of the Berjaya Reykjavik Natura Hotel is enhanced by well-thought-out features that draw inspiration from the stunning surroundings. This hotel is not your typical one. Reykjavik Natura celebrates its heritage, which includes its uniquely Icelandic origins and features local artists' creations, the freshest produce available at Satt Restaurant, and the soothing, cozy ambiance of Natura Spa.
Activities in Reykjavik
Golden Circle and Langjökull Snowmobiling
The program offers a combination of the well-liked Golden Circle tour with an incredible one-hour snowmobile ride on Iceland's second-largest glacier, Langjökull.
The Blue Lagoon and Northern Lights
Visiting the Blue Lagoon and embarking on our northern lights tour, two of our most well-liked winter activities, will rejuvenate your body and spirit!
Golden Circle & Fontana Geothermal Spa
At Þingvellir National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the home of the oldest parliament still in existence, travel down into the rift valley where the American and Eurasian tectonic plates are physically ripping apart, following in the footsteps of the ancient Vikings.
South Coast and Jokulsarlon Glacier Lagoon
Explore the tiny stretch of verdant farmland that runs down South Iceland's coast, sandwiched between mountains, glaciers, and the enormous Atlantic Ocean. Love the grandeur of Iceland's largest and most well-known glacial lagoon, Jökulsárlón.