Hotels & Accommodation at the Blue Lagoon

Hotels & Accommodation at the Blue Lagoon

Relax in luxury accommodation at the world-famous Blue Lagoon and indulge in rejuvenating geothermal spa experiences amidst the volcanic landscapes of the Reykjanes peninsula.

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Why stay near the Blue Lagoon?

Immerse yourself in ultimate relaxation by staying near the Blue Lagoon in Iceland. With a range of hotels and accommodations available, this idyllic location offers a truly unique and rejuvenating experience.

Staying near the Blue Lagoon allows you to maximize your time at this natural wonder. Wake up to stunning views of the lagoon, surrounded by breathtaking volcanic landscapes. Enjoy the convenience of being just a stone's throw away from the geothermal spa, allowing you to easily access its soothing waters.

The supposed healing properties of the Blue Lagoon make it an ideal destination for those seeking wellness and rejuvenation. After a long day of exploring, unwind in the warm, mineral-rich waters that are known for their therapeutic benefits. Experience the effects on your skin, leaving you feeling refreshed and revitalized.

In addition to the spa, hotels and accommodations at the Blue Lagoon offer a range of amenities and services to enhance your stay. Indulge in luxurious treatments at the on-site spas and enjoy the cuisine at the great restaurants on-site, including the Michelin-starred Moss Restaurant.

By staying at the Blue Lagoon, you can fully immerse yourself in the tranquil and awe-inspiring beauty of this geothermal paradise.

Frequently asked questions

Where should I stay if I want to be close to the Blue Lagoon?

When considering where to stay near the Blue Lagoon, there are a few options that are located right by the lagoon. It's also recommended to choose accommodations in the Grindavik or Reykjanesbaer area.
These towns are closest to the lagoon, Grindavik to the south and Reykjanesbaer to the north, offering convenient access and a range of hotels and guesthouses. Additionally, staying in these areas allows you to explore other nearby attractions and enjoy the serene natural surroundings of Reykjanes peninsula.

What is the best place to stay near the Blue Lagoon?

The best place to stay near the Blue Lagoon is the Harbour View Cottages in the town of Grindavik. You'll be able to enjoy a private and cozy stay with ocean views while only being a 10-minute drive from the Blue Lagoon.
The Harbor View Cottages have an average rating of 4.6 out of 5 stars from over 180 guests, and during your stay, you can enjoy all the benefits of a home away from home. Keflavik International Airport is also only a 25-minute drive away, and you can reach Reykjavik in just under an hour.

What popular attractions are close to the Blue Lagoon?

Several popular attractions are located near the Blue Lagoon. Some notable ones include:
Reykjanesviti Lighthouse: A picturesque lighthouse located on the Reykjanes peninsula, offering stunning views of the rugged coastline and nearby geothermal areas.
Bridge Between Continents: A small bridge symbolizing the meeting point of the North American and Eurasian tectonic plates. It's a unique geological site and offers a great photo opportunity.
Gunnuhver: A geothermal area known for its impressive mud pools, steam vents, and vibrant colors. It's located near the southwest tip of the Reykjanes peninsula and showcases Iceland's volcanic activity.
Kleifarvatn: A beautiful lake surrounded by volcanic mountains, known for its unique charm and tranquility. It's a great spot for hiking, fishing, or simply enjoying the serene natural surroundings.
Grindavik: A charming fishing town near the Blue Lagoon, where you can experience local culture, dine on fresh seafood, and explore the nearby coastline. Try the lobster soup!

What is there to do in the Blue Lagoon?

At the Blue Lagoon, you can indulge in a variety of activities and experiences.
Apart from bathing in the mineral-rich geothermal waters, you can enjoy spa treatments, massages, and facials at the Lagoon Spa. Choose between booking the Blue Lagoon Comfort Ticket or the Blue Lagoon Premium Ticket, and don't forget to book in advance.
The Blue Lagoon comfort ticket, the cheapest option, includes entrance to the Blue Lagoon, a silica mud mask, the use of a towel, and a drink of your choice. The Blue Lagoon premium ticket includes all that you get from the standard ticket plus two more masks of your choice, bathrobe use, and a glass of sparkling wine if you dine at the on-site Lava restaurant.
The LAVA Restaurant offers exquisite dining options, and the Blue Café serves refreshing beverages. You can also explore the stunning volcanic landscapes surrounding the lagoon or simply relax and take in the unique ambiance of this world-renowned attraction.

Is it necessary to book accommodation in advance?

It is highly recommended to book your accommodation and your admission to the Blue Lagoon in advance, especially during the peak season. The Blue Lagoon is a popular attraction, and hotels can fill up quickly, so securing your reservation early is advisable.

Is the Blue Lagoon open all-year round?

Yes, the Blue Lagoon is open year-round, and visitors can swim in it regardless of the season. However, keep in mind that the weather conditions in Iceland can be quite cold, especially during winter, so it's important to dress appropriately when moving between the facilities and the lagoon.

How long can I stay in the Blue Lagoon?

The length of your stay in the Blue Lagoon is not restricted. Most visitors spend an average of two to three hours enjoying the facilities, including swimming, relaxing in the geothermal water, and exploring the various amenities offered.

Are there any age restrictions for visiting the Blue Lagoon?

Children under the age of two are not allowed in the Blue Lagoon, and children aged 2-8 must wear inflatable armbands provided by the Blue Lagoon for safety reasons. It is required that children are supervised by a parent or guardian.

Are there changing rooms and lockers available at the Blue Lagoon?

Yes, the Blue Lagoon provides changing rooms with showers and lockers for visitors to store their belongings. The use of lockers is included in the admission fee, and you will receive a wristband or key for accessing your locker.

Can I bring my own food and drinks to the Blue Lagoon?

Outside food and drinks are not allowed in the Blue Lagoon. However, there is a café and a restaurant on-site where you can purchase meals, snacks, and beverages.
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