Silica Hotel at Blue Lagoon


Named for the Blue Lagoon’s iconic healing element and architected into a vast lava plain, Silica Hotel is a sanctuary of relaxation and rejuvenation. With 35 bright and spacious double/twin rooms, terraces with views of the volcanic horizon, and a private lagoon that is sourced from the same geothermal wellspring as the Blue Lagoon, Silica Hotel enables an experience of the wonders of geothermal seawater in a setting that is tranquil, intimate, and enchanting.

Lava Restaurant

Built into an 800-year-old lava plateau on the shores of the Blue Lagoon, Lava Restaurant embodies the harmonic convergence of nature, architecture, and relaxed fine dining. With soaring windows and stunning views of the otherworldly landscape, the restaurant is a remarkable setting for experiencing the culinary dynamism and exceptional freshness of Icelandic cuisine.

Moss Restaurant

Seated at your table, you can travel the island by way of the culinary creations that emerge from the kitchen. From the mountains to the fjörds to the farmlands to the seas, Iceland’s endlessly fresh bounty of nourishment provides the inspiration for the restaurant’s stunning innovations on traditional Icelandic recipes. Expertly paired with wines from the New and Old worlds, each dish becomes an unforgettable gourmet experience.

Recommended by the 2019 Michelin Guide and included in Lonely Planet’s list of the Best New Food Experiences for Travelers, the restaurant occupies the point of highest elevation at Blue Lagoon Iceland, endowing guests with extraordinary perspectives on the moss-covered, volcanic frontier.

Contact info

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  • Television
  • Wi-Fi connection
  • Telephone
  • Hair dryer
  • Bathrobes
  • Towels
  • Refrigerator
  • Access to gym facilities
  • Private geothermal lagoon