If you want to take your Northern Lights watching to another level, you may want to book a stay at the Panorama Glass Lodge. Located in a remote area just 30 minutes outside of Reykjavík, this quaint lodge features an incredible view of the Icelandic landscape thanks to large glass windows that surround the bed.
Built to sleep two people, you can lounge while gazing at the stars above and the night sky around you. By encasing the sleeping area in glass, visitors are guaranteed an unobstructed view of nature night and day. Panorama Glass Lodge is located on the shores of the sea, and with only five other houses on the coastline—each a fair distance from the lodge—it’s the perfect stay for those looking to unplug and unwind in complete privacy.
A hot tub located directly next to the lodge will keep you toasty while you stargaze and is a great option for adventurous honeymooners. For the best chance to see the Northern Lights, Panorama Glass Lodge recommends visiting between late August and late April and checking the Aurora Forecast frequently. But a colorful sky isn’t the only thing you can expect, there’s also a possibility to spot a whale out in the fjord or seals sunbathing on the beach.
Prices start from €342 (about $420) a night, but make your reservations early, as this glass oasis books up quickly.
The Panorama Glass Lodge is a private getaway in Iceland for two people, allowing you to take in nature straight from bed.
All images via Panorama Glass Lodge.
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