, 2022-02-22 02:00:00,
(CNN) — Tucked away in the northern woodlands of Iceland lies a cozy new spa set to soothe visitors who are looking to enjoy natural hot springs and greenery in equal measure.
Spa in the trees
A rendering shows an aerial view of Forest Lagoon.
Soaking in one of two 104 F infinity pools, drink in hand from either swim-up bar, visitors can look through the opening of birch, pine and fir trees to a panoramic fjord vista.
The spa’s leisure pools are heated with all-natural geothermal water sourced from the mountainside behind it. Originally discovered by construction crews in 2014 during an unrelated tunnel project connecting Akureyri and Húsavik, the water has been transformed from a source of headache to a source of relaxation.
Expected to open by April, Forest Lagoon’s 1,300-square-meter complex includes a bistro, two infinity pools with swim-up bars, a cold pool and a sauna. The facility can accommodate up to 200 visitors at a time.
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