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Imagine an Icelandic country lodge so cool, there's not only horseback riding and bird-watching, but ATV tours and river rafting! How about so cool that even celebrities are known to frequent the Four Star hotel that's not only green energy powered, but only uses hot water heated by actual nearby springs! But the coolest part about this Icelandic hotel is probably just the view of Mount Hekla and its oozing goo of fire, not to mention the Jeep-guided and helicopter tours of the active volcano. Actually, cool is truly synonymous with Hòtel Rangà for the subpolar climate. There's nothing better to heat you up, though, than the outdoor hot-spring hot tubs, which happen to offer premiere seats for eruption sightings and glacier-action underneath a sky illuminated by the Northern Lights (best seen between September and April!). With views and activities abound, there's always time to relax at a fine dining establishment situated beside a world ranked salmon river when not in your newly renovated room. Speaking of rooms, its 15 room collection of World Pavilion suites feature continent themed decor with authentically crafted furniture from each of the world's 7 geographic regions. Regardless of the themed rooms, your cultural immersion within the host country trumps all, as the hotel sits right in the heart of southern Iceland's most scenic adventure-land and most exciting cities. With celebrity sightings, adventure, and beauty galore, your stay at Hótel Rangá will be the trip of a lifetime! Checkout the slideshow for some of the sights that Hótel Rangá has in store!
A stay at The Lodge at Torrey Pines in La Jolla gives you the beauty of Southern California at your fingertips. The crashing waves against the carved dunes of the coast, a seagull filled lagoon, and miles of hiking trails are enough to lure you into the San Diego area. Situated alongside the Torrey Pines State Reserve, the lodge offers the best that any AAA five-star golf course resort would -- terraced fine dining establishments overlooking the resort, garden like golf courses, pool lounging- cabana style, and spas that have mastered the art of relaxation. Additionally, it's decor is a tribute to California greats, pieces by A.R. Valentine adorn the walls, and the entryway is modeled after that of Pasadena's Black House. As a walk through the resort is almost like taking a tour through the mid-20th century, there's not a better way to explore the roots of rustic California. Experience the Golden State like never before and checkout some of the views at The Lodge At Torrey Pines in this slideshow!