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Amazing Iceland Boutique Stays for an once-in-a-lifetime experience

With folk tales full of elves, trolls and “hidden people”, mysterious landscape, a sparse population, Iceland is a country that inspires many myths and legends. The island owes its existence to a large volcanic fissure in the Mid-Atlantic Ridge, where the Eurasian and American tectonic plates meet. And you will see the volcanic influence wherever you go: lava fields will casually pass you by, you will spend a night at the base of an active volcano, hot springs will soothe your aching bones at the end of a long day. Here are some unique Stays which will help you experience the island in a slower more personal way! Enjoy!

Hotel Budir - We have been crushing over this elegant stay, perched atop lava fields of Snaefellsness. It is located in a national reserve, overlooking the Atlantic in a tiny village which is a namesake, whose claim to fame is a black church standing aloof against a backdrop of rugged mountains. 

 

 
 
 
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Hotel Rangaa - The rustic luxury that this hotel offer has earned it the tag of being the "only 4-star hotel" of the region. But beyond the labels too, this hotel has so much to offer. Take their in house star gazing observatory into account, or the mesmerizing landscapes, or the farawayness that the property offers.

 

 
 
 
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Ion Adventure Hotel -  A stay in this hotel will bring you as close to 007 experience as there is. Located on a bed of lava fields, the hotel has spectacular views from all its rooms, the hotel's tagline is "Where everything meets nothing".

 

 
 
 
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Panorama Glass Lodge - Imagine this. It's just the two of you, in a lodge overlooking a lake, with glass ceilings and glass walls, that leave you in the company of aurora fairies. There is just one lodge, so the wait is long. Book waaayyyy in advance to experience this magical intimate space with your partner.

 

 
 
 
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Kirkjubær Guesthouse -  A church that is converted into a guesthouse, had us interested on the go! Located in the East Fjords, it mostly sees travellers who are driving along the ring road. Located in a fishing village of Stodvarfjordur , accommodates around 7-10 persons with sleeping arrangements in beds, and sleeping bags.

 

 
 
 
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Bubble Hotel -  It calls itself the 5 million star hotel and that sets the tone of your stay which is one of the most sought after experience in Iceland currently. These bubble-shaped igloos offer a 180-degree view of the skies and you can only imagine lying back in bed gazing at the Northern lights.

 

 
 
 
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Hotel Djupavik -  This is a renovated dormitory for herring factory workers set in the otherworldly landscapes of the West Fjords. While you can still take a tour of the processing plant, built-in 1934, sleeping here is an exciting part of the experience:  The eight renovated double rooms ooze vintage charm. One can go for a guided tour to the Herring factory or set off  Canoeing nearby. 

 

 
 
 
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Glamping at Thormsork - Thorsmork Nature Reserve is a nature lovers paradise, especially hikers. After a day about in the National Park consider staying back in the National Park in Volcano Huts, for a glamping experience in the middle of nowhere. Getting there is just as exciting as the stay itself. Your 4x4 vehicle will take you through rivers and snowfields until you reach your final destination.

 

 
 
 
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The Silica at The Blue Lagoon - The Blue Lagoon is a must-do during your visit to Iceland. This manmade hot pool heated by natural mineral springs is a great way to end of the trip by soaking in the warm waters. Many travellers choose to stay back in the luxurious Silica Hotel, as it offers a wellness twist at the end of the Iceland Adventure. The Blue lagoon recently launched a premium luxury property adjacent to it called The Retreat.

 
 
 
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Be sure to include one or some of these stays when you plan your Iceland trip from India 

 

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