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Well worth the money. Awesome, exciting ! Will do it again. The restaurant/ food is 4 star. Must order the langoustine soup...to die for!
Great place, very surreal sat in a giant hot bath with steam rising around you while it's 0 degrees!! Be aware of prices though, basic admission - take your own towel, if you forget it next price is 65 euros for towel. bath robe and a few extras! Oh, and my husband says watch out for the uneven floor and steps you can't see under the water - he found them all!
This place is everything that you hope it will be, but so much more.
We did this as our last stop before the airport, and I AM SO THANKFUL we chose to wait!
After non-stop tours, horse back riding, and extensive walking, our bodies were ready to relax and take in all of the benefits of the lagoon.
We picked up our robes and towel, hit the showers, then went straight to the water.
We got there pretty early, so we were able to enjoy the peacefulness of only about 20 or so people.. And really enjoy our quiet time together.
By 10:30, the place was swarming! But it was quite foggy so the crowds didn't really matter.
We enjoyed our silica layering, volcano scrub, and algae mask.. However, the waterfall was absolutely amazing.
Completely massaged all of the knots from carrying backpacks for the duration of the trip. I could have stayed there for hours.
Once we were finished bathing, we had lunch at the Lava Restaurant. A little slow on the service, but they made up for it in presentation and deliciousness!
Truly a perfect way to end our time in Iceland.
The Blue Lagoon is just an amazing place. Much bigger than we had expected. The hot salt water is quite the experience. There is plenty to do with saunas, steam rooms, waterfalls, facials, restaurant etc. The staff are very friendly and helpful too. You can get towels, robes and swimwear if needed. Make sure you have a drink of water every now and again. Oh, and take some flip flops for outside the pool. The water might be warm, but the floor is freezing! We definitely will be visiting again.
We would highly recommend Viator. we was picked up and dropped off at our hotel,the coach was punctual and well organised for being picked up
had a great time at the blue lagoon, a unique experience .coach pick up and return went without a hitch, with a choice of times so your not stuck there for hours when you've had enough. used viator many times without any problem. recommended.
Great trip. Very atmospheric in the cold weather. Take your own towels and robes if possible.
Excellent trip. We booked the gold star package and had the meal first then spent about 3 hours in the pool which seemed to pass by with ease. We started out in the afternoon sun finishing under the star light. It was magical. The lockers and pre bathing showers were easy to follow . Fabulous !
The Blue Lagoon was certainly a treat. I spent all day at the spot- pampering myself by using the executive lounge and partaking in a delicious meal in the LAVA restaurant. An in water massage treatment was pure heaven. What a great place.
I can't wait to return. I needed a lot of relaxation and this provided an over-the-top warm and wonderful experience. The products are great.
One of the highlights of the holiday, four hours of pure relaxation. One tip: make sure you opt for the dressing gown in winter, you'll need it!
Loved the Blue lagoon it was fabulous! Would recommend anyone going to Iceland to visit.
Absolutely brilliant. Transport from hotel to the main coach and arrangements for return journey giving us the flexibility to stay as long as we liked worked brilliantly
The Blue Lagoon is amazing, such a chillout. Although you need to bear in mind that this 'trip' is just a return bus ticket to the Blue Lagoon, and you need to still buy your entrance/treatments, etc. for about 90 Euros they do a good deal that gets you a meal in the restaurant too. The restaurant served a very delicious lamb dish, and who can resist a creme brulee for pudding? I was sceptical about being outdoors in the winter in Iceland, but you are exposed for seconds before getting into the geothermal baths, they even have a bar in the water itself, so once in, there is very little reason to get out again. They have steam rooms, saunas, in water massage and other things too to help you relax. Money well spent. One thing - the gift shop is very expensive, any blue lagoon product costs quite a lot - ok if you want to splash out but use your £30 35ml face cream sparingly!
We had a nice 45 minute bus journey to the Blue Lagoon, the view on the approach was very nice. So we would avoid the rush, we decided to visit the cafe for some lunch before changing into our swimwear. Lovely sushi boxes, made even better when you see the view from your table. Despite the number of people you see arriving, the hot pools are so large it feels quite quiet. The pool bar is brilliant, what better than relaxing in a steaming pool with an ice cold beer. I would say this is a must do when visiting Reykjavik, amazing and beautiful place to relax and unwind.