Thrilling winter or summer Iceland escape with a Golden Circle tour & seasonal choices

Radisson Blu Saga Hotel, Reykjavik

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The perfect package with flights included

Northern Lights

Skógafoss (Jökulsárlón Glacial Lagoon tour)

Geysir (Golden Circle tour)

Gullfoss (Golden Circle tour)

Thingvellir National Park (Golden Circle tour)

Jökulsárlón Glacial Lagoon (Jökulsárlón Glacial Lagoon tour)

Reykjavík

Langjokull glacier snowmobiling

Secret Lagoon

Reynisdrangar (Jökulsárlón Glacial Lagoon tour)

Dolphin watching

Blue Lagoon

Seljalandsfoss (Jökulsárlón Glacial Lagoon tour)

Vik (Jökulsárlón Glacial Lagoon tour)

Northern Lights

Reynisfjara (Jökulsárlón Glacial Lagoon tour)

Radisson Blu Saga Hotel, Reykjavik

Radisson Blu Saga Hotel, Reykjavik

Superior room, Radisson Blu Saga Hotel, Reykjavik

Radisson Blu Saga Hotel, Reykjavik

Thingvellir National Park (Golden Circle)

Northern Lights

Skógafoss (Jökulsárlón Glacial Lagoon tour)

Reykjavik

Geysir (Golden Circle tour)

Stargazing tour

Secret Lagoon

Reynisfjara (Jökulsárlón Glacial Lagoon tour)

Seljalandsfoss (Jökulsárlón Glacial Lagoon tour)

Northern Lights

Reynisdrangar (Jökulsárlón Glacial Lagoon tour)

Whale watching

Secret Lagoon

Sun Voyager, Reykjaivk

Diamond Beach, Jökulsárlón Glacial Lagoon (Jökulsárlón Glacial Lagoon tour)

Langjokull glacier snowmobiling

Standard room, Radisson Blu Saga Hotel, Reykjavik

Radisson Blu Saga Hotel, Reykjavik

Radisson Blu Saga Hotel, Reykjavik

Radisson Blu Saga Hotel, Reykjavik

Gullfoss (Golden Circle)

Hallgrimskirkja, Reykjavik

Northern Lights and Stargazing tour

Blue Lagoon

Reykjavik

Secret Lagoon

Gullfoss (Golden Circle tour)

Geysir (Golden Circle)

Thingvellir National Park (Golden Circle)

Whale watching

Vik (Jökulsárlón Glacial Lagoon tour)

Blue Lagoon

Thingvellir National Park (Golden Circle tour)

Reykjavík

Experience Iceland across the seasons from a modern Reykjavik base, with Northern Lights and Golden Circle tours in winter and snowmobiling in summer, plus plenty of other exciting excursions - includes all travel and breakfast

  • Discover the magic of enigmatic Iceland, with a stay at the Radisson Blu Saga Hotel – a cosy base situated close to both the National Museum and National Gallery in Reykjavik. Modern aesthetics meet classic Icelandic touches here, topped off with some excellent city vistas and hearty meals at the acclaimed Grillid restaurant. From here, you'll explore everything Reykjavik has to offer, which is mostly found in one place: Laugavegur street in the heart of the colourful 101 District.

  • If you're heading to Iceland in Winter, you'll have every chance to see the Northern Lights on a dedicated tour which also includes stargazing, so you'll be learning the constellations too. On top of this, your Secret Lagoon visit will be paired with an exploration of the Golden Circle's waterfalls, geysirs and tantalising Thingvellir National Park. Plus, you'll have the option to add a whale- and dolphin-watching experience, Blue Lagoon transfers and even a Jökulsárlón Glacial Lagoon tour, where you'll get a chance to explore the unforgettable landscapes of the south coast.

  • In the warmer months, Iceland's snowy landscape changes, revealing an emerald paradise where the midnight sun shines bright. Choose a spring or summer tour to experience this and much more, including not only a visit to the Golden Circle, but a chance to whizz over the icy expanses of the Langjökull Glacier, where the ice can be up to 580 metres thick. You can also opt for comfort admission to the Blue Lagoon to bathe in its milky thermal waters, decide to venture out onto the high seas to spot whales and dolphins, or explore the south coast and marvel at magical Jökulsárlón.

Amenities

- Fitness centre
- Beauty parlour
- Hair salon
- Two restaurants
- Bar
- Lounge areas
- Wi-Fi

How to get there


Radisson Blu Saga Hotel is located near the heart of Reykjavik, and a 45-minute drive from Keflavik International Airport. Shared airport transfers are included in this escape. 

Good to know

The Northern Lights are of course a naturally occurring phenomenon, so while we hope you’ll see them (and we'll cross our fingers for you), we cannot guarantee they will oblige.

Please note that the Northern Lights can be observed up until the end of April, and then again from mid August - contrary to popular belief, the end of August is actually a great time to spot them. The official dates for the midnight sun are 16 to 29 June, but you can experience "no darkness" from May to early August.

For more details, please see our FAQ page.