Great pick up service from hotel direct to Spa. Although the Spa was very busy particularly on entry and in changing areas it was still very relaxing once in the water free face mask and bar service was a bonus.
Seriously if you ever get to visit Iceland even for one days stopover go here for a couple of hours it and #39;s the most relaxing place I and #39;ve been!!!! Apart from the wake up when you have to get up and the cold air grips your body when you leave the lagoon brrrrrrr
Oh what a day, one we will never forget, brilliant. We were at the lagoon for over 3hrs and were never bored. There were face masks to be done, enjoying drinks from the lagoon bar and finding what we affectionately called the hot spots hotter areas of he lagoon. This is trip not to be missed. Highly Recommended.
You could spend a whole day here! Amazing sight to see. We spent the morning and afternoon at the blue lagoon then took the included transport right to the airport.
We loved this! So relaxing and not overly crowded
in October. A must!
We visited the Blue Lagoon in late September. The weather was cold but the water in the lagoon was great. It is a big sprawling place so you didn't feel crowed. The free silica mask was nice. Very relaxing and we stayed for three hours. The Grayline bus picked us up in Reykjavik at the main bus terminal. You can take any bus back whenever you are ready. A must do thing.
Although this is a very high tourist spot it was worth it. The water is amazing and if you want to eat or get a massage it easy to book.
Fab day, good standard to the facilities and staff really helpful.
Beautiful spot. A proper must-do. We went early, which was lovely and meant we had the rest of the day to discover Reykjavik. It's very friendly and we enjoyed lots of conversations as we swam around and made friends in the queue for the water side bar keeping our shoulders submerged to stay warm. And I know we went early but we weren't the only ones drinking a beer at 10am. It's all part of the fun. Do it!
Very nice. Relaxing. And the changing rooms, showers, lockers, etc are all top notch, with staff near-by to give one a fresh towel, or plastic bag for your wet bathing suit when you're finished. I'd like to do it again someday.
Marlene K USA
The tour company that runs this trip - Grayline - is extremely well organized and punctual. They picked us up at our hotel and dropped us off there at the end. The Blue Lagoon is a must see when visiting Iceland. It was a rainy and windy day that we spent there and still enjoyed every minute.
We know it is sometimes considered a tourist trap but we still had a blast. It was the perfect way to end our trip and was very relaxing. The bus transfers and admission were very straight forward and everything was run very smoothly at the lagoon. Overall, a great experience!
A wonderful experience I did not want to get out of the warm waters, Everything runs so smoothly, and having the bar in the pool was great. Would do it again.
The transportation was on time and the drivers were friendly! The trip out to the beautiful Blue Lagoon was a great experience, and being dropped off right in front of our hotel was an added bonus. Thanks for the great experience!
the facility and bathing experience exceeded my expectations by a mile--no visitor to Iceland should miss this!!!
What an incredible experience!! After flying in early early in the morning this was an incredible way to spend a lazy afternoon. My best friend and I spent 3 hours floating and relaxing in the 38 degree Celsius water, just pampering ourselves! We went in early September and arrived at about 2:00pm so although there were people there, it was not terribly busy. We used the silca mask and the lava scrub and felt like a combination of a well done baked potato and a limp noodle when we finally left the water. We then got changed in the dressing rooms, which were well organized and headed for Lava for an incredible meal of beef tenderloin. The entire experience was fantastic! Cant wait to go again!
The Blue Lagoon is on every Iceland vacation destination brochure. It seems to be all the rave. Yet, so many travel bloggers say to skip this spot... But as someone who likes to form my own opinions, we decided to still check it out and my husband and I were not disappointed. If it is your first visit to Rekjavik, you should definitely be a tourist, claim your tourist identity and check out those warm blue waters.
First things first: you must get there. Do NOT attempt to stop by at whim. You must have a pre-confirmed reservation. Enter Viator! You have hotel pickup, tickets to the lagoon, and a guaranteed ride back every hour, on the hour, after 3pm. It gives you standard entry which means you have to add on your own towels if you didn't bring one 700kronas and pay for your mud mask if you want. You will get a wristband upon arrival and that will allow you to purchase what you need or want including drinks from their float-to bar. I would suggest bringing a hairbrush and your own colorful towel so you can locate it. Make a reservation at Lava. Quite lovely!
Enjoy your tourist status at this relaxing spot!
Highly recommended for your first day in Iceland as it really helped us get over jet lag. Very prompt pickup from our lodging and waiting for us when we were through soaking. The Blue Lagoon was very relaxing and something every visitor to Iceland should experience.
Everybody has to do it. You can easily do it on a layover at the airport because it's very near the airport.
Fantastic!!! We were there early on a Sunday morning. Not too busy yet, so it was a good time to be there. Enjoyed every minute of it.
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