Review: The Blue Lagoon Iceland
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Location: The Blue Lagoon Iceland , Grindavik
Date: April 2016
Cost: Roughly £50 each
The Blue Lagoon Iceland is actually in the middle of no where in a place called Grindavik. It is located between Keflavik airport and Reykjavik city so we visited it on the way back to the airport on our last day. We took a bus with Reykjavik Excursions to The Blue Lagoon and then further on to the airport.
Tip read: How to get from Keflavik to Reykjavik
The whole place was surrounded by dark lava giving it a really eerie and natural feel. The building which are part of The Blue Lagoon Iceland were very modern and we actually felt like we were entering a spa, it was so lovely.
We were surprised to see how isolated the The Blue Lagoon Iceland was but it was beautiful to be in such a quiet and beautiful place with no noise of big building to ruin the views.
The changing rooms were very clean and modern with plenty of space and lockers for everyone. They are actually really big. Men are separated from women which posed a problem for us when I took both of the towels… David ended up having to pay extra to get his own which got stolen the second he laid them down at the entrance to The Blue Lagoon.
My favourite part
I loved the whole experience here. We were given face masks which made our skin feel amazing. I loved that there was an outdoor bar so you could grab a drink without having to get out into the cold and go inside.
My least favourite part
The free drink as part of our package was wine. It was disgusting. It must have been super cheap because it was really not nice at all. The queue to get the drink was huge too since there was only once place for all the hundreds of people who want a drink at any one time.
Have you been to The Blue Lagoon Iceland ?