If travellers are looking for a truly magical experience with a health and well-being twist, then a stay at the Blue Lagoon Geothermal Spa in Iceland will ensure they get exactly what they need.
Tipped as ‘one of the 25 wonders of the world’, the Blue Lagoon gives travellers the opportunity to see the beauty of Iceland’s geothermal pools and surrounding volcanic landscapes in complete luxury.
Their mission is to promote wellness and boost energy through the forces of nature, which is entirely possible when you book a stay at the stunning Blue Lagoon resort, where natural properties in the geothermal pools and surrounding earth have a dramatic effect on the human skin.
There are plans under way to expand the resort for 2017, which will see an increase of the Spa areas and a new luxury hotel with 60 rooms, conference facilities and an a la carte restaurant, The current hotel offers guests the choice of 35 bright and spacious twin / double rooms with views of the awe-inspiring lava fields that surround the resort.
As a guest, you will have complementary access to the Blue Lagoon, just a kilometre away, however, the hotel also offers guests a private geothermal pool onsite that’s open daily, as well as complementary access to the Spa & Wellness facilities on site. Some of the luxurious treatments include one-of-a-kind in-water massages, Nourishing & Glowing Algae treatments and Silica Indulgence treatments.
Other highlights with a stay at the Blue Lagoon Clinic can include a guided tour of the Blue Lagoon, to discover the secrets of this natural wonder, the history and science behind the Blue Lagoon as well as getting a greater insight into the healing properties this wonderful landscape has to offer.
The whole concept behind the Blue Lagoon is to offer a unique and memorable experience of the power of nature and its beauty. Their attention to detail and exceptional customer service at every level will ensure each guest has a lasting experience for the body and mind surrounded by a harsh yet beautiful wilderness.
We will be hosting the second edition of Connections Wellbeing from the 6 – 9 May 2018 at the Moss hotel in Iceland. If you are interested in attending, please contact Micaela on [email protected].