Health village in Iceland sees rise in tourists from Nordic countries

The Asbru Health Village in Iceland has recently seen an influx of visitors from Nordic countries including Norway and the Faroe Islands. Visitors from these countries come to Iceland as health tourists in order to enjoy treatment at the Icelandic Health Hotel.

The Icelandic Health Hotel offers 2 week treatments where guests can relax and receive guidelines on how to abolish bad habits and start a new life. The hotel is known for its excellent detox treatment which in turn keeps guests coming back.

“The new strategy is based on current customers recommending the hotel to their friends. Hotel guests are encouraging their friends to come to the place where they themselves are renewing their energy and improving appearances. In addition, the staff at the health hotel has created peaceful and pleasurable surroundings, which make the guests feel welcome,” explained Asbru Health Village’s Executive Director, Ragnar Saer Ragnarsson.

Additionally, also located at the Asbru Health Village is the Keilir School of Health, which has had great success with its personal trainer courses and the Alkemistinn organic skin care product range.

Further details about the Asbru Health Village in Iceland can be found at http://www.asbru.is/English.