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it was my wife's 50th so we were spending a day at the Blue Lagoon.
The hotel is next to the power station but that is excluded from their photos. Once inside it does live up to its reputation
We arrived at midday and our...More
Last stop of our Iceland road trip, and a great way to sign off. The best part of the hotel is the private lagoon of course. Much less crowded and I personally found it much more enjoyable too. Blue lagoon is just a short walk...More
Stayed here on our first night in Iceland and we were very impressed. Staff were very helpful and friendly. Hotel was clean and room was very comfortable. Had lunch and breakfast and there was a great choice and breakfast was displayed in a nice way....More
We stayed here for one night with another couple after 3 days of exploring the Western Coast of Iceland. We went to the larger Blue Lagoon during the day, and came back to the Hotel's private lagoon after dinner. The rooms are unlike anything you'll...More
We stayed here on our first night in Iceland. The rooms are very tastefully decorated with amazing views out over the lava fields. Curtesy shuttle bus to the Blue Lagoon. Staff are super nice and very attentive. Breakfast is well laid out and provides plenty...More
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There is a spa at the Blue Lagoon too. You could spend some time in Reykjavik, or book tours to keep you busy during the day, then, come back to the Silica, for a relaxing dip in the private Lagoon. There is so much to see... More
There is a spa at the Blue Lagoon too. You could spend some time in Reykjavik, or book tours to keep you busy during the day, then, come back to the Silica, for a relaxing dip in the private Lagoon. There is so much to see in Iceland- black beaches, horse back riding, glacier hiking. Reykjavik is about 45 minutes away- if there are no festivals or traffic problems. You are going to be in Iceland at a time of year when you might see the Northern Lights! The hotel itself, is in a pretty perfect spot, but you can also book evening tours- to try and chase them down! Dinner at the Lagoon's Lava Restaurant is nice too. It might be fun to get picked up and join a tour of Reykjavik, instead of moving there for a few nights. Also taxis are expensive, but there is a bus from the Lagoon to Reykjavik Central or directly to your hotel- but taking the bus takes much longer, as they stop at each hotel.
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"Some rooms have a view of the road & work trucks so try to avoid that"