Fire and ice. Hot and cold. An abandoned inn turned boutique hotel in Iceland. Ion Adventure Hotel is where modern design meets Iceland’s incomparable natural landscape. Situated in the south-western town of Selfoss, near a national crossroad making the hotel accessible to various parts of the country, Ion is conveniently located to offer guests the best of Iceland. From the volcanic marvels of Mount Hengill to the urban sophistication of Reykjavik nearby, the unique landscape plays a pivotal role in the rich design of the hotel, which leans heavily on sustainable practices and the natural features of the island. Throughout 45 rooms, guests can expect a mellow mix of concrete chic and earthy ambiance, combined with the warm accents of locally salvaged driftwood and lava; all deftly handled by design studio Minarc. Beyond this, the farm-fresh cuisine at Silfra Restaurant & Bar, view-heavy Northern Lights Bar, and partially exposed Lava Spa all ensure that visitors have the ultimate Icelandic experience before even stepping foot outside.
Airport Shuttle, Breakfast, Late Check-out, Parking, Room Service
Rooms & Suites
Ion Adventure Hotel has 21 standard rooms and 24 deluxe rooms, each carefully decorated in inimitable Icelandic style with warm accents of locally salvaged materials by design studio Minarc. All rooms offer floor-to-ceiling windows so guests can fully appreciate the magnificent view of the unique Nesjavellir Geothermal Power Plant or across the lava fields towards Thingvellir National Park.
As soon as the crisp Icelandic air hits your lungs, you feel different. As you make your way through the wilderness, you see a Paleolithic dreamscape: undulating mossy ridges of burnt ochre and day-glo green…
As time passes, what endures are the moments that moved your soul or altered your mind—the Original Experiences that stay with you long after you’ve returned home. Click here to read more about the Original Experiences that await at Ion Adventure Hotel, and begin dreaming up your next extraordinary trip.
The vast natural space to the north of Selfoss—a town in southern Iceland—presents the few locals and guests here with an untouched and beautifully raw picture of rural Iceland, while offering impressive views of the northern lights.