Northern Light Inn
Exciting theme weekends at Northern Light Inn take the travel-thirsty Icelanders halfway to the tropics.
What if you could experience tropical magic just outside Reykjavík? Recommends exciting weekend packages at Northern Light Inn.
“We want to make the most of the situation and meet the travel-thirsty Icelanders who do not go abroad,” says Friðrik Einarsson, owner of Northern Light Inn, but the hotel now offers special theme weekends where guests can forget about frost and snow and enjoy tropical currents for food. and drink. The hotel is located in Svartsengi, Grindavík, a stone’s throw from the Blue Lagoon and only a short drive from Reykjavík.
Italian cuisine at its best
Dagana 09. til 19. February, guests will be invited to Italy . The package includes two nights and the weekend starts with an Italian buffet on Friday night. On Saturday mornings, guests are offered a sumptuous Italian-style breakfast before heading out for the day. Guests can visit Grindavík, check out the shops and get refreshments or check out the Blue Lagoon. There are beautiful hiking trails around the area and among other things an adventure trail to Þorbjörninn.
A number of beautiful hiking trails can be found in the vicinity of the hotel.
“We break up the day with various fun events and there is a great presentation of Italian wines. Italian coffee and biscotti will also be served, and in the evening, chefs from the famous restaurant La Primavera will conjure up delicious Italian delicacies after guests have enjoyed Happy hour at the bar, “says Friðrik.
Middle East directly into a vein
the east will be the theme from March 5th to 7th. Then guests will experience the Middle East with their exotic and exciting cuisine. “We will be in collaboration with Kryddhúsið and the ever-popular restaurant Sumac this weekend. The Spice House will help us with a dinner buffet on Friday and offer information about the magical world of the spice, which is such an essential part of the Middle East. Guests will also receive a wine presentation from Mecca Wines & Spirits where they will review which wines go well with spicy oriental food and on Saturday night Sumac’s chefs will present stunning Middle Eastern delicacies.
We are extremely happy and grateful for joining us, one of Reykjavík’s most popular restaurants, and we promise that our guests will be able to recharge their batteries this weekend. Due to disease control measures, we will limit the number to 30 and the only thing we can not do is that even though our guests are abroad for a while with us, it is not possible to buy the “customs” when returning home to Iceland.