Iceland Spa Hotels - Voyage Privé

Iceland Spa Hotels

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Looking for the best spa hotel in Iceland for your next romantic getaway? Enjoy tranquil resorts and mountainside hotels with access to Iceland’s bubbling hot springs with Voyage Prive!

Our best spa hotels in Iceland

1.?Grand Hotel Reykjavik 4*

The Grand Hotel offers one of Reykjavik's most sumptuous stays. Home to a highly-praised Nordic restaurant, guests can unwind in spacious and sophisticated lounges or relax in city-view rooms. The on-site spa includes a sauna, hot tub and steam bath, all in lush and romantic candlelit interiors.

2. Hotel Borg by Keahotels 4*


This iconic central hotel is noted for its stunning art deco architecture and rich interiors. Palatial rooms and common areas are matched by a stunning restaurant and bar. The hotel's relaxing spa is the perfect post-hike treat with an indulgent sauna, whirlpool spa and steam room.

3. Icelandair Hotel Reykjavik Natura Spa 4*

This charming eco-hotel close to tranquil Öskjuhlíd Hill lovingly blends art with natural features. Each room is packed with all the mod-cons, from coffee and tea-making facilities to free Wi-Fi and TV entertainment. The first-class spa boasts many massaging treatments and a pool for post-sightseeing relaxation.

4. Hotel Husafell 4*


This fashionable hotel is located within serene natural grounds away from the metropolitan buzz. Its lodge-like layout provides a restful experience with wide-open windows for observing the mountains behind. All guests have access to the site's prized geothermal pools for floating therapy and spa days.

5. Hotel Island Spa & Wellness 3*


Enjoy a pampered spa stay without losing sight of Reykjavik’s buzz with this centrally placed hotel. Lovingly designed in modern Scandi chic, you can expect classic, cosy interiors with splashes of bold yellow. The spa is the ultimate place to unwind with hot tubs, floating pools and a sauna to relax in.

Services you will find at our hotels in Iceland

The services that you’ll find at our spa stays in Iceland include:

  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Hot drink-making facilities
  • Flatscreen TVs
  • En-suite bathrooms
  • Sauna treatments
  • Whirlpools and hot tubs
  • Bookable excursions

Going on holiday in Iceland

Iceland is a popular destination that attracts different visitors for different seasons. The peak travel time is from June to August. During these months, the island offers long and sunny days with the best chances of warm weather. Pre-booking is necessary during this busy period, though you'll find Iceland less busy outside of its capital, Reykjavik. For hikers, bikers, horse-riders and spa visits, there’s no better season. May and September can be excellent months to avoid crowds and still get a chance of fine weather. Remember, anything outside of the summer period sees weather-dependent access to parts of rural Iceland. Still, in chilly periods like winter, Reykjavik and other towns come to life, and you get access to privileged attractions like ice cave exploration and the Northern Lights. Hot springs and spas remain open and offer warm refuges from the icy winds.

Hotel offers in Iceland convenient for all kinds of travel

From gourmet city stays to wild adventures and romantic spa retreats, Iceland has much to offer for all kinds of travellers. There’s no denying Iceland’s number one asset – its landscape. You can kayak along rivers, walk on glaciers, horse-ride through Icelandic plains or simply take a dip in hot geothermal pools. This is perfect for active families or groups of friends. You always have a bustling Reykjavik to return to for thriving nightlife or relaxing city-view bars. Couples, too, have much to admire, from Reykjavik’s dreamy marina restaurants to cutting-edge Nordic cuisine. The spas and pools, like the Blue Lagoon and Sky Lagoon, are both romantic and pampering for honeymooners or getaways with the girls.

The range of hotels we offer in Iceland

Our hotels in Iceland include historic hotels, boutique hotels, chic city stays, eco-hotels, spa hotels, seaside hotels, lodge hotels and rural retreats.

Iceland: what should we bring for a hotel stay?

Toiletries, bathing suit, comfortable walking clothes, good hiking shoes, chargers and adaptors, evening attire, ID and other necessary documents and a guide book.

Your best hotel in Iceland: how to get there and make your booking

How to get to Iceland

Most visitors arrive in Iceland via Keflavik Airport, located just south of Reykjavik. Flights are available across Europe and North America. A bus ferries passengers to and from the airport and city, often with stop-offs at the Blue Lagoon. There are very few ways to travel around Iceland without your own wheels other than short flights to regional airports. Buses are bookable to most major tourists sites, but the freedom of driving in this landscape is truly unrivalled.

How to book your hotel in Iceland

Choose your next spa hotel in this captivating land of fire and ice with Voyage Privé. You can join Voyage Privé for free for exclusive access to members-only deals and spa packages. Registration is done in just a few quick steps, so simply enter your details to get started today.

The opinion of the Voyage Privé travel expert on Iceland

Iceland's breathtaking beauty offers a great variety of exciting adventures on an island bubbling with geothermal activity. From gushing geysers to trembling volcanoes and soaring waterfalls, Iceland inspires awe with its cacophony of natural attractions. For spa-seekers, look no further than Iceland's geothermal pools that can be found in pampering resorts or stunning isolated streams. Let the spirit of the land take hold as you traverse this spectacular country of fire and ice.

Iceland – a chic and modern Nordic hangout

While the landscapes and natural features of Iceland draw avid hikers and outdoor enthusiasts, Reykjavik provides the perfect counterbalance. Bustling bars and a respected culinary scene provide the perfect respite from the elements. Dig a little deeper and you'll discover a city bursting with cultural life. From art showings to fashion boutiques and a stunning waterfront concert hall, this is as lively as capitals get.

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