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Blue Lagoon Iceland
Blue Lagoon Iceland
240 Grindavík,

Iceland

Day Spa

Blue Lagoon Iceland
240 Grindavík,

Iceland
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Venue type: Day Spa in Reykjavik
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Blue Lagoon Iceland

Blue Lagoon spa treatments and massages take place both inside and in the lagoon itself, in the open air. Blue Lagoon skin care products are used in all treatments. In-water spa treatments take place on a specially designed wooden bench. Massages are performed on a mattress in the lagoon. The outdoor spa area is spacious and more than one treatment can take place simultaneously, making it possible for couples to have a treatment at the same time. Special blankets are used to keep guests warm.

The Exclusive Bath and Lounge offers an option for guests looking for more privacy. The area includes six private changing rooms for 1-2 people and access to a reserved lounge with modern design furniture, a fireplace and a private indoor lagoon with access to the Blue Lagoon. On the second floor, there's an outdoor deck overlooking the lagoon.

A visit to the Blue Lagoon geothermal spa is an important part of your stay in Iceland. Guests renew their relationship with nature, soak up the scenic beauty and enjoy breathing the clean, fresh air while relaxing in the warm geothermal seawater.

Through nature and science Blue Lagoon spa treatments and massages provide you with the energy of the geothermal seawater and its active ingredients: minerals, silica and algae. The water’s temperature is 37-39°C / 98-102°F. The lagoon holds six million liters of geothermal seawater, which is renewed every 40 hours.

The Blue Lagoon is located only a 20 minute drive from Keflavík International Airport and 40 minutes drive from Reykjavík city center.

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Posted 5 years ago
What an amazing setting - apart from the view of the power station in the distance.
The waters are a stunning milky blue and warm around the edges of the lagoon but as you near the center the heat rises dramatically and only the brave or foolish sit around the underwater jets.
it is not as 'natural' as you are led to believe or assume (the hot water is pumped in from that power station you can see in the distance), but truly an amazing experience being submerged in hot water, amidst the steam knowing that eventually you have to emerge and face the well below zero temperatures. The deposits in the lagoon make a great skin rub and are supposedly good for treating a variety of skin complaints.
They have a great number of treatments available, if you are on friendly terms with your bank manager.

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Posted 6 years ago
The Blue Lagoon is a unique experience. The first thing that strikes you is the location. The BL is on the surface of the moon. Or so it seems as you are driven across the lava fields to get there. The logistics (done by Reykjavik excursions) are very good and make it quite easy to visit on the way to or from Keflavik airport, Iceland's main airport. Indeed I can recommend changing your trans-Atlantic itinerary to include a stopover in Iceland solely for the purpose of visiting the BL. Like most things in Iceland, the facility is well organized. While they do offer various treatments, the highlight is certainly the lagoon itself.

I strongly recommend visiting in winter to get the full experience of the land of fire and ice. Be advised, the minerals in the water will turn your hair into a salty matted mess that may take days to sort out, but it's worth it.

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6 years ago
I love the sound of this place and have been wanting to go for a while but I am not sure about the hair thing! What do you have to do to sort out your hair? Is there any permanent damage?

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6 years ago
Did you have any treatments done? Also, how were the changing facilities and was the place itself very crowded? Thanks!

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