Radisson Blu 1919 Hotel, Reykjavik

Blue Lagoon Thermal Spa

The Blue Lagoon is one of Iceland’s most visited attractions and exclusive spa facilities. These breath-taking Icelandic thermal pools are located on a lava field in the southwest of the country. Set outdoors with a stunning mountain backdrop on the Reykjanes Peninsula, this spectacular location attracts guests from all over the world. Blue Lagoon Geothermal Spa is man-made and rich in minerals, some of which are said to aid people suffering from certain skin conditions. Bathing temperatures are around 37-39oC, making it the ideal way to relax on a trip to Iceland.

Step into healing waters

In addition to the Icelandic thermal pools the Blue Lagoon offers various indulgent spa packages for wellness or romantic breaks. Most spa treatments take between 30 to 60 minutes. Massages are also available in the lagoon so guests can make full use of the heated pools and relax at the same time. For an unforgettable romantic break or honeymoon celebration, treat your loved one to the ultimate getaway. Packages offer access to the Blue Lagoon’s Exclusive lounge facilities, spa treatments, champagne and dinner at the LAVA Restaurant. The Blue Lagoon Iceland also welcomes families. Regardless of which package you choose one thing is guaranteed, you will leave Iceland’s thermal pools with mind, body and spirit revitalized.

Sooth your soul on a guided tours

If you are interested in learning more about volcanic activity and the history of the Blue Lagoon’s lava field be sure to take part in the guided tour. Informative and entertaining guides will be happy to tell you all about the science and history behind these special Icelandic thermal pools.

Getting to the Blue Lagoon

The Blue Lagoon is easily reached from the Radisson Blu 1919 Hotel, Reykjavik. Many companies offer guided trips from Reykjavik, however, the best way to see Iceland’s great scenery and breath-taking attractions is by car. The Golden Circle route takes you to Gullfoss Waterfall and the Blue Lagoon, which is just 45 minutes from Reykjavik.