The unique design hotel Ion on Iceland is situated only an hour drive away from Reykjavik, yet it is truly a world away. Straight out of a magical fairytale the hotel is nestled in a moss grown mountain landscape. And in a rather stylish setting, the Ion Adventure Hotel offers a luxury experience of nature, like no other.
The eco-friendly Ion hotel has received a myriad of awards for both design and sustainability. But the adventure hotel has far more to offer…
Sleep tight in hypoallergenic beds fitted with fair-trade organic linens. Shower in geothermal heated water and all of the toiletries by Sóley Organics has been made from locally-sourced, organic ingredients.
Ion’s Silfra Restaurant offer Nordic cuisine with fresh locally sourced food on the menu as well as drinks from Iceland’s many microbreweries. Iceland is renown for its world-class chefs putting a new twist on traditional foods. Seafood is especially recommended.
On a starry winter night guests can marvel at the green, red and purple light flickering in the sky above you, from the glass-walled Northern Lights bar.
In fact Ion is surrounded by hot springs, which provide all the hot water and energy the hotel needs. Guests may enjoy the sauna or a massage in the hotel SPA before going for a dip in the steaming outdoor thermal pool.
Discover how the hotel blends in with its surrounding nature; lava, reclaimed wood, Icelandic wool and other natural materials are used throughout in this industrial chic design hotel.
Tempted? If Iceland is not a destination enough in itself – this hotel clearly is! Find out more and book online at ioniceland.is Price from £175 (single room).
And whatever room option you choose, an amazing view is guaranteed: All rooms have a view of the unique Nesjavellir Geothermal Power Plant or across the lava fields towards Thingvellir National Park.
If you do decide to visit Iceland don’t leave without having
– seen the geysers and the incredible waterfalls
– visited the Blue lagoon
– gone horseback riding on Icelandic horses
Want to find out more about Iceland? Head over to online travel guide on visiticeland.com