Departures from UK airports are available throughout the year but please note it is only possible to include the Northern Lights Tour from September through until March. Flight schedules vary between airports and seasons so please contact us for details of flights operating from your local airport. The lead-in price from £899pp is available in the low season from November through to March. April to October prices start at £1099pp but please contact us with your preferred travel dates and we will find the best price available from your local airport. If you are travelling at a time when the Northern Lights tour is not available the price will be adjusted accordingly. The price is based on two people sharing a twin/double room and may vary depending on the choice of departure date and airport. All holidays are tailor-made with extra nights, single rooms and hotel upgrades available at a supplement.
Fly direct to Keflavik (Reykjavik). On arrival join the shuttle transfer to your hotel where you will spend 4 nights.
On the Northern Lights Exploration tour, you will focus on finding the perfect location to witness the magic of the Northern Lights and the dark arctic sky. You will travel in small groups, no more than 16 passengers. To go into the dark, frozen winter night and observe an unbelievable display of colour, light and texture, is like waking up in a fairy-tale, full of mystery and magic. You will be picked up at your hotel and driven out to the countryside or up to the mountains, away from electric glow and city sounds. You will be able to enjoy the beautiful night sky at the best possible situation, of course depending on the weather.
The Northern Lights, or the Aurora Borealis, are a natural phenomenon visible in the Northern Hemisphere. A unique display of light caused by a particle collision in the magnetic field of the polar cap.
The Golden Circle Tour highlights Iceland’s main attractions. Visit historical locations such as Þingvellir National Park and Skálholt Church in addition to beautiful sites such as Gullfoss Waterfall and Geysir Hot Spring. Local guides will share their knowledge and insights on the history and geology of the area, enhancing your experience and understanding of the area. Small group tour.
The Blue Lagoon. Enjoy a relaxing visit to The Blue Lagoon Geothermal Spa, a must stop for all guests of Iceland. Spend about one and a half to two hours in the Blue Lagoon before heading back to Reykjavík. (Entrance ticket to the Blue Lagoon and return transfers included.)
Join the shuttle transfer from your hotel to the airport for the return flight to the UK.
Our opinion… Those looking to be in the heart of the city will love the convenience of this modern, friendly hotel.
Location… Laugarvegur 22A, Reykjavik. Close to Sundhollin and Reykjavik Pond. Also nearby are Harpa and Asgrimur Jonsson Collection. The surrounding area offers a variety of cafés, restaurants, shops, galleries & museums. Hallgrímskirkja Church is a 5-minute walk away.
Accommodation… 96 rooms decorated in a Nordic style include a flat-screen TV, minibar and in-room safe.
Facilities… Restaurant & bar/lounge offering a wide range of Nordic cuisine.