Blue Lagoon Clinic

Address: Grindavik, 240, Iceland | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in Grindavik, is near The Viking Village, Saga Center, and Hornstrandir Nature Reserve.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsBlue Lagoon Clinic Grindavik

    Reviewed by hopkins4

    Family of 4 - great time

    Reviewed Aug 24, 2014
    by (1 review) , Canada Flag of Canada

    We stayed here for about 4 hours. Pre-purchasing tickets enabled us to bypass a long line. Once in the lagoon, it was less crowded. My wife had a 30 minute massage (about $90 Canadian). We had beer and the boys, 10 and 6, had slushy drinks. Under 9 kids wear arm floaties, as it is over 5 feet deep and the visibility is poor. The silica made great face masks to wear for our skin and we all had a great time.

    Blue Lagoon
    Grindavik, Iceland

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    Reviewed by thefoolsjourney

    Clinical luxury

    Reviewed Jul 19, 2011
    by (16 reviews)

    You couldn't ask for a better location, set amidst the mossy lava fields with the surreal powder blue thermal water of the blue lagoon all around but for the luxury price tag, I expected a little more luxury rather than clinic.

    Although the view from the rooms are unparalleled, inside there were no toiletries provided, no mini bar, no wifi. Very basic and disappointing although the blankets were lovely.

    The private lagoon is something special, though again, the clinic side of the operation makes it feel a little more treatment than luxury. For such a premium price, I expected more.

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    TripAdvisor Reviews Blue Lagoon Clinic Grindavik

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    Travel Blogs from Grindavik

    Day 8 - Celebrating Seeing Auroras & Heading Home!

    A travel blog entry by daviswelchtrip on Mar 01, 2015

    9 photos

    ... It is so clean that they use it untreated. We are ruined on water at this point.

    13. Much of Iceland is uninhabitable. Either because of extreme wind, weather, unstable land due to volcanoes and hot springs, etc., there are certain areas that will never have inhabitants.

    14. Speaking of inhabitants - when the Vikings arrived, their first homes were holes dug into the side of hills. I am sure they were just desperately ...

    My next car will be a super jeep!

    A travel blog entry by carlatrine on Dec 06, 2014

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    We had two full days of Iceland countryside on Saturday and Sunday. The big snow storm that came in the a few days before our arrival made it an even more spectacular visit with snow covering everything. Saturday we took a Golden Circle tour that included a visit to the Gullfoss Waterfall, Strokkur Geysir and a quick stop off at a national park. The driver said the national park is a lovely place to have a picnic and pick blueberries. It was just as lovely covered in snow. Sunday ended ...

    Full Circle Tour

    A travel blog entry by seejay on Oct 25, 2014

    After a filling breakfast at the hotel, we got on the bus at 8:30am. As we drove out of the city the snow capped mountains from the night before, were beautiful to look at. As we got further out of the city it became evident that we were in Iceland! White mountains everywhere , so pretty. Just before our first stop , there were these glowing buildings in the distance, it was still early dawn so hard to miss. ...

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    A travel blog entry by scottcr on Sep 16, 2014


    ... giant and the adopted home of many Irish workers. Although the Scots do not always get along with their Irish cousins, the two groups represent the best surviving elements of the ancient culture of the Celts, which once flourished in most parts of Europe. Today the only surviving Celtic languages are Highland Scottish, Irish Gaelic, Manx, Welsh, and Breton in northwestern France. Another Celtic language, ...

    From the Blue Lagoon to the Midnight Sun

    A travel blog entry by albertine on Aug 06, 2014

    24 photos

    ... people bobbing and floating around with gray silica goo smeared on themselves in a steaming lagoon. Just saying :). After an hour or so of geothermal saturation, I opted to head up to the 'relaxation area', which is an indoor viewing area above the lagoon where you can stretch out on cabana chairs and watch the human soup cauldron below. Another shower procedure when you leave the lagoon and away you go. I took another Fly Bus to my hotel after the lagoon - by this time, ...

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