TRIP ADVISOR 2015: Traveller's Choice Winner, Top 10 Hotels for Romance—Iceland, Top 10 Hotels for Service—Iceland!
DEAR GUESTS — THANK YOU!
The Northern Light Inn is 1 minute before the Blue Lagoon, 20 minutes from Iceland's KEFlavik International Airport, 45 minutes to Reykjavik, and 3 hours from London.
The hotel has 32 quiet and spacious rooms, comfy beds with cozy Icelandic down comforters, eco geo-thermal heating and showers, free wi-fi, satellite tv, comfy sitting rooms around a grand fireplace, and a cognac lounge with an honesty bar. And it's the ideal place to see the magnificent Aurora Borealis—space weather conditions permitting.
Begin your adventures exploring Iceland from the Northern light Inn, enjoy delicious local cooking at Max's Restaurant, relax, refresh, and have a getaway vacation of a lifetime—friendly staff and family hospitality await you :))
• Free scheduled transfers from KEF International Airport to NLI between 06:00 and 21:00.
• Free scheduled transfers from NLI to KEF International Airport between 05:00 and 21:00.
• Please book your free scheduled transfers via email, before arriving.
• The Blue Lagoon requires advanced booking—let us know when you would like to swim and we'll reserve time for you.
NOTE: The Blue Lagoon will close 4 days, for improvements, April 24th through the 27th, 2017.
We provide free scheduled shuttles to the Blue Lagoon - Bláa Lonið in Icelandic.
Max's Restaurant offers healthy Nordic cuisine with Arctic passion, serving the best foods from the fjords and fields of Iceland.
Breakfast, lunch, afternoon coffee and cakes, as well as dinner, can be enjoyed in our panoramic dining room... before or after your swim.
Make your own waffles for fun and free, every day at three :-))
Coffee, teas, and hot chocolate are complimentary 24/7.
GREAT GEO NEWS!
The surrounding area, Reykjanes Peninsula, has been approved by UNESCO as the Reykjanes Geopark because of its extraordinary geological features of international value. We're now part of the 66 UNESCO Global Geoparks Network—GGN, one of two in Iceland, celebrating the earth's heritage, geo-conservation, and sustainable geo-tourism within local communities.
We look forward to seeing you soon in Iceland!