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Blue Lagoon Iceland

240, Grindavik 240, Iceland
+354 420 8800
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Named in 2012 as one of National Geographic's “25 Wonders of the World," Blue Lagoon has evolved from its infancy as a reservoir of geothermal runoff into a world of geothermal wonder. The unique properties of its waters provide not only an enchanting lagoon experience, but also the patented, active ingredients in Blue Lagoon skin care: silica, algae, and minerals. Blue Lagoon is located in a sprawling, 800­ year ­old lava field in the heart of the Reykjanes Peninsula – a UNESCO Geopark. Just 20 minutes from Keflavík International Airport and 50 minutes from Reykjavík, Blue Lagoon is simultaneously remote and easily accessible.
  • Excellent59%
  • Very good27%
  • Average9%
  • Poor3%
  • Terrible2%
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“changing rooms” (729 reviews)
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240, Grindavik 240, Iceland
+354 420 8800
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Reviewed 15 January 2017 via mobile

easily my favorite part of the trip. gorgeous blue water. odd cause it was freezing out of the water and so warm and comfy in it

1  Thank Rianne C
Reviewed 15 January 2017

Where to begin ,just loved the whole experience of the blue lagoon from start to finish ,we chose the premium package and I recommend it,from the robe and slippers the sparkling wine and face masks it was worth it,we then dined in the lava restaurant...More

1  Thank Susanhiggins7
Reviewed 15 January 2017

We went on a coach trip but glad that we decided not to go in to the lagoon. It was very busy and blowing a gale. Although towels and robes are provided you are not under cover when you come out. People we spoke to...More

Thank Margaret M
Reviewed 15 January 2017 via mobile

The Blue Lagoon is definitely worth checking out! You have to prebook online and reserve the time you will be there, and there is still a line to get in but it goes fast. If you look on their website it says you have to...More

1  Thank Megan H
Reviewed 15 January 2017 via mobile

This is an experience not to be missed. The water is amazing and you really dont feel the cold (it was minus 4 when we went). There is a waterside bar which is a nice touch but the drinks are quite pricey and lots of...More

Thank Andy G
Reviewed 15 January 2017 via mobile

I have heard and read about it before, but being there is unbelievable. The place is so well organized which is amazing taking into consideration the number of visitors. One should pay attention to the instructions at the reception and you should not have any...More

1  Thank MidnightinParis8
Reviewed 15 January 2017

When you think of Iceland, the top 5 places people tell you to visit is Blue Lagoon. Sure it was crowded with people but it was such a scenic and relaxing spa. They let you put mud on your skin (supposedly good for the skin)...More

Thank Julie T
Reviewed 14 January 2017 via mobile

We took advice from people who'd previously visited Iceland and the Blue Lagoon and the best way to visit is straight from the Airport. It's only about 20 mins from Keflavik Airport. We opted for the Premium Package which came with robes / towels /...More

2  Thank gaffa04
Reviewed 14 January 2017 via mobile

Going into the Blue Lagoon I was skeptical on what or day would be like because the Lonely Planet tour guidebook likened it to visiting Disney World. This proved to be the world's worst and least applicable analogy as the Blue Lagoon was one of...More

Thank Cass A
Reviewed 14 January 2017 via mobile

A natural wonder, with some tweaks! Our visit was in a blizzard so extremely cold outside which meant we didn't see much of the surroundings. This didn't detract from our use though as we made the most of the face masks, swim up bar and...More

Thank Andy W
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13 September 2017|
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Response from susiern | Reviewed this property |
I was at the Blue Lagoon in August at noon. That is a busy time of day. Didn't bother me, but if you want less people go first thing in the morning or late in the afternoon. August was a nice time. Air temp was 50... More
Adeline T
5 September 2017|
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Response from Liz S | Reviewed this property |
Yes of course. They can sit inside or out. Or shop in the gift shop.
Chloe H
4 September 2017|
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Response from Chaz-b98 | Reviewed this property |
Only in the restaurant.:-)