Hotel Husafell, located in West Iceland, joins an exclusive collection of hotels on National Geographic’s Unique Lodges of the World list. These 57 hand-picked hotels span across the globe’s most spectacular places and are committed to sustainability as well as an unforgettable guest experience.
Travelers who book their accommodations through National Geographic Unique Lodges are ensured a “National Geographic Exclusive” experience, and Hotel Husafell is no exception. To encourage guests to take advantage of its breathtaking surroundings, the hotel is inviting visitors to enjoy a private tour of the Husafell grounds. Rich history, gorgeous scenery, and unique stone sculptures by local artist Páll Guðmundsson are just a few of the many wonders to expect on this tour.
Stunning architecture, unparalleled views, and a fascinating history are not the only features Hotel Husafell has to offer. The Icelandic lodge is also dedicated to sustainability and possesses a number of eco-friendly amenities, such as a 9-hole GEO-certified sustainable golf course, geothermal nature baths open year-round, and three hydroelectric power plants. The power plants capture the naturally-generated heat and water and are used to power 100% of the hotel’s energy.
Staying at Hotel Husafell is truly a once-in-a-lifetime experience that you don’t want to miss; click here to book your room today!
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