In the article they say:
Iceland, of course, has no borders, has remote locations, is stable as a country and has virtually no world enemies. Its people are happy and the nation always ranks highly on the Global Peace Index. If world conflict erupts, Iceland is one of the few stable nations in the world unlikely to get caught up in the middle.
Read the whole article here: 10 Best Places to Live for Escaping World Conflict Travel Article at Expatify.
Hotel Rangá is a popular destination for couples from all around the world. The hotel specializes in weddings among other things and is also a great honeymoon destination.
The Me & My Wedding page recently featured Hotel Rangá as a part of their coverage of the Great Hotels of the World member hotels that are great honeymoon and wedding destinations. See the article here.
Great article on the New York Times that reminds us that Iceland is an all year around destination. While the Iceland summer, with its almost 24 hour daylight is magical, the winter in Iceland certainly has its appeal. This article is mainly about what to do in the Reykjavik capitol area, but there are bunch of things to do and see in the countryside. Getting out of town, away from the light pollution, will increase your chances of seeing the magical Northern Lights or the Aurora Borealis for instance. And exploring the waterfalls and glaciers of South Iceland in their winter costumes can be a great experience. Hotel Rangá specializes in the Northern Lights. The Northern Lights season runs from early September to April. Check out our current Northern Lights special offer.
If you are planning a trip to South Iceland this video is a great taster of what awaits you.
In the video you can see introduction about everything offered in South Iceland from mud bath to our four star luxury hotel, Hotel Rangá (16:15) and our other properties.
Hotel Rangá is very pleased to announce that we have received the prestigious 2012 certificate of excellence award from Tripadvisor. This award is in recognition of Hotel Rangá’s 4.5 rating on the Tripadvisor website as an exceptional achievements. The staff and management at Hotel Rangá is very delighted to have received this award and looks at this as an encouragement to continue to look for ways to make a visit to Hotel Rangá as pleasant, delightful and memorable for our guests as possible.
We believe this is one of the best service awards a hotel can receive as it is comes directly from our guests. We want to use this opportunity to thank all of our guests who have taken the time to rate our hotel on Tripadvisor, write online reviews, and for all the emails, suggestions, pictures and personal feedback we have received over the years.
Thank you all, and welcome back to Hotel Rangá.
We got a tip from a friend, Tom, that told us that our hotel, Hotel Rangá is nominated as the hotel of the week on this webpage:
Remote, but still in the middle of it all!
Fox News Travel published a list of top ten remote hotels in the world, including Hotel Rangá. This list is originally from gayot.com and includes hotels in all corners of the world.
But how remote is Hotel Rangá? It is remote in the sense that it is a place to get away from it all and enjoy the spectacular natural beauty of Iceland, enjoy the view of one of Iceland’s best salmon rivers flowing peacefully near the hotel and in the distance a view of glaciers, mountain ranges and volcanoes.
While remotely located, it is still in the middle of it all. Hotel Rangá is the perfect base to get the most out of your visit to Iceland and explore South Iceland. The hotel’s location is perfect for taking several day trips in all directions and always see something new. Iceland is also a short distance from major markets in Europe and America, less than three hours flight from London and about five hours from New York.
Are you coming to Iceland this summer?
How to become Icelandic in 60 minutes is an icelandic play showed this summer in Harpa the icelandic music hall. The first show is on the 25ht of May 2012.
Don’t miss it..
Untitled Document – the official webpage of the show.
Hotel Ranga congratulates Bon Iver for yesterdays Grammy – they filmed this fantastic music video in South Iceland to enhance their song Halocene:
- Bon Iver Takes Home The Best New Artist Grammy! (perezhilton.com)
- Bon Iver: Who Is Best New Artist Grammy Winner? (mtv.com)
Iceland has swimming pools like no other country. So bring a swimsuit. Seriously. There are public swimming pools all around Iceland in almost every town, and there are several in the Reykjavík area. This story on the BBC Travel says it all.