Iceland’s popular Blue Lagoon attraction just got even cooler.

The rejuvenating Blue Lagoon draws visitors from all around the world. Its distinguishable blue waters create a spa-like ambiance. The silica, mineral salt, and algae in this geothermal seawater refresh and restore. When visiting the lagoon, you might feel like you never want to leave. Fortunately, Iceland’s newest attraction ensures that you don’t have to. At least not right away.

The Retreat at Blue Lagoon, Iceland’s newest luxury hotel, is finally open for visitors. Its pristine location and spa-like atmosphere both contribute to The Retreat’s allure. The hotel’s website declares that they are “opening a new world” and judging by the photos, this is not far from the truth. The rooms are nestled within the volcanic frontier and surrounded by vibrant blue waters. Here you’ll feel as though you’ve been transported to an enchanting dimension.

Spend the night at The Retreat.

When booking your stay, you can choose from a variety of room options. Choose from a Lagoon View or Lava View Junior Suite or Lagoon Suite situated right on the sparkling waters. Each suite has floor to ceiling windows, for maximum views of the captivating landscape. Enjoy the A la carte breakfast and in-room minibar during your stay.

All guests should take advantage of the daily yoga sessions and guided group hikes, to maximize your relaxation. The Spa at The Retreat at Blue Lagoon is a desirable part of the Blue Lagoon experience. Carved into an 800-year-old lava flow, The Spa brings rejuvenation back to its purest form. In addition to the mineral-rich lagoon waters, guests can enjoy the spa’s dry heat, steam heat, massage, fire, and a cold air well. The panoramic viewing deck offers spectacular views of the surrounding volcanic terrain.

On your trip to Iceland, don’t settle for just a visit to the iconic Blue Lagoon, spend a night or two in this healing oasis.

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