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Iceland (3)

Tower Suites Reykjavík

Tower Suites Reykjavík is a new private abode in Iceland, ideal for those with an appetite for comfortable living or anyone who wants to marvel at what life has to offer. With a unique location and offering the highest viewpoint in Iceland’s capital Reykjavík, you will have your preferred lifestyle in the palm of your hands.

The eight suites are on the 20th floor of one of the city’s more defining buildings, which adds flavor to the intriguing skyline. Each suite has its distinctive character, and with a full panoramic view in every direction, you’ll enjoy one of the rarest outlooks of the city and the neighboring mountain range, privy to a view that varies as the weather and even the light changes.

Owned and operated by Above Reykjavik ltd., the company also operates some of Iceland’s most popular restaurants and catering services, along with a unique luxury private hotel in the south of Iceland, The Trophy Lodge.


The Retreat

at Blue Lagoon


From its humble beginnings in the shadows of a geothermal power plant, Blue Lagoon has evolved into a world of wonder, now encompassing an 8700 sq m geothermal lagoon, a hotel, a restaurant, a luxury lounge, a renowned line of skin care, a research center, in-water massage, and a wealth of spa and refreshment facilities.

Iceland’s Blue Lagoon is a geothermal spa in the south-west of the country. Set in the pure heart of the Icelandic landscape, Blue Lagoon is truly a unique experience.

The Retreat is an epicenter of natural wonder. It is situated on the south-west side of the Blue Lagoon.  Guests can also enjoy the mesmerising sight and calming sounds of falling water trickling down a rocky wall. With 62 luxury rooms offering stunning views over the natural landscape – and room sizes starting at 40 sq m – it embodies the heights of luxury in the heart of an extreme environment.

With interiors inspired by the geology of the Reykjanes lava plain – and architected by renowned Italian and Icelandic designers – the hotel evokes both sophistication and timelessness.



Iceland is an otherworldly place of fire and ice. With some of the world’s most spectacular natural sights from vast flat landscapes to gargantuan cliffs, this is a paradise for anyone who loves the great outdoors and a foreign adventure. Rainbow-arched waterfalls cleave mountains with snow-capped peaks. Rugged fjords and lush valleys lace the countryside, and peninsulas reach their fingers toward the Arctic circle. Thingvellir National Park sits on the edge of two continents while Iceland’s still-active Hekla Volcano is a fiery counterpoint to the chilly splendor of Vatnajökull, Europe’s largest glacier also known as the Water Glacier. Here, the forces of nature have created a volatile playground where you can swim outdoors in a snowstorm in geothermal pools, trek across a mossy lava field or power a skidoo over an icy glacier. Go whale-watching off Snaefellness or swim in the Atlantic at Nauthólsvík, Reykjavik’s heated ocean beach.

Iceland’s Viking spirit is reflected in its friendly, independent people, making this a journey not to be missed, and travel between June and August tends to be the most popular times with visitors. June offers 24 hours of Arctic daylight, while July and August are the warmest months with the best chances for good weather. Or, sneak in to one of Iceland’s luxury hotels before snowfall and avoid crowds from mid-September to mid-October, when you also have an excellent chance of catching the Northern Lights.