We understand that our guests seek a complete experience, from skiing down to the ocean to relaxing with drinks at the bar to enjoying the Northern Lights in the hot tub. That is why all of our guests stay at Sigló Hotel, where your post-skiing experience becomes an integral part of your adventure.

Known as one of the best hotels in Iceland, Sigló Hotel welcomes our guests with its comfortable and relaxing atmosphere. All rooms have ocean and mountain views and a window seat where you can enjoy watching the local life passing by. Rooms are furnished with romantic and classic furniture, with wooden panels and flooring. All guests have access to the spacious outdoor hot tub and sauna area.


The hotel restaurant, Sunna, is one of the most ambitious restaurants in North Iceland. At Sunna, our guests will enjoy a delicious three-course dinner every night, inspired by local traditional cuisine.


When it comes to heliskiing, location is everything. That is why we made Siglufjörður our base. Siglufjörður is Iceland’s northernmost town, surrounded by spectacular views of the towering mountains and the Arctic Ocean. It is only 25 km from the Arctic Circle. But what makes it truly special for us is that it’s surrounded by the very mountains and terrain we use for heliskiing. 

This charming town, with a cheerful collection of brightly colored houses, has a rich history deeply entwined with the once-booming herring industry of the 1940s and 1950s. It is famous for its annual Herring Festival (Síldarævintýrið), a celebration that takes place every year in August. 

In Siglufjörður you will find the award-winning Herring Era Museum that captures the town’s past ‘golden era’. You will also find the famous Sigló Hotel, art galleries, a bakery, shops, a local micro-brewery, pharmacy, restaurants, and more. In the winter season, Siglufjörður is a popular ski destination.

In 2010, the dual Héðinsfjörður Tunnels (11 km) were dug between Siglufjörður and Ólafsfjörður to connect with the region of Eyjafjörður in the east. Prior to that, accessing the town during the winter months was often challenging. Today, Siglufjordur has grown into a community with an established tourism, all year around.