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The geothermal seawater will soothe you in this unique retreat that melds nature with minimalist design and volcanic rock vistas. Enjoy a floating massage then read a book looking out at Iceland's mesmerising scenery.

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The hotel has an intriguing 'Mad Max' feel thanks to the volcanic vicinity. You're on the Reykjanes Peninsula, which is a UNESCO Global Geopark. Surrounding geothermal phenomena include a medley of craters, steam vents, mud pools, hot springs and moss-covered lava fields. Book a hike to get up close to the unique Blue Lagoon's volcanic landscape.

The hotel is a 10-minute drive to Grindavík town centre.

By plane: direct flights from London to Reykjavík take 3 hours. The hotel is a 20-minute drive from the airport. Free parking on-site.

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There are magical views from floor-to-ceiling windows; watch the brilliant white reflections of the mineral-rich lagoon water brighten up the interiors. Designs are inspired by nature, from the wine cellar inside a volcanic crater to black sand deepening the colour of the modern cement walls.


Included for everyone is access to the Icelandic afternoon tea with views of the lagoon, plus entry into daily yoga sessions. There's a private section of the lagoon that can be booked for private dining, lounging or a swim and treatment.

  • Restaurant
  • Terrace
  • Spa
  • Wellness suite
  • Hot springs
  • Board games
  • Free parking
  • Free Wi-Fi


Rooms are wonderful spaces to sleep and restore: modern with clean lines, light wood beheads, crisp white linen, smoke grey curtains, soft rugs and open showers with a view of the volcanic vista.

Room types: Moss Junior Suite, Lava Junior Suite, Lagoon Junior Suite, Moss Suite, Lagoon Suite, Blue Lagoon Suite

Key amenities: ensuite bathroom with toiletries, private terrace, free Wi-Fi


Wow your tastebuds at Moss restaurant where you can taste unusual local produce such as Icelandic wasabi with beef, plus delicious snacks like cod skins, cumin white bread and Icelandic Skyr blended with butter. An innovative vegan menu is also available. There's a spa restaurant serving lighter meals like miso soup, salmon ceviche and salads, and a cool wine cellar in a crater.

Moss: Michelin-starred fine dining. Icelandic cuisine. Open for dinner, Wed-Sun.

Lava: fine dining, Icelandic cuisine. Open daily, 11:30am-9pm.

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