COVID-19 | Provisional restrictions | Blue Lagoon Iceland

COVID-19 | Provisional restrictions

On March 13, the Icelandic government issued provisional restrictions on mass gatherings. These rules are effective March 16 and will last four weeks.

While Blue Lagoon Iceland has already taken comprehensive actions to ensure the health and safety of employees and guests during the COVID-19 outbreak, our protocols have been enhanced in accordance with the new regulations.

We have designated 13 independent guest rooms in the visitor area. Access to these indoor spaces is both limited and controlled to ensure that the number and flow of people adheres to the government’s restrictions. We have also reduced our service offerings, temporarily eliminating massage and beauty treatments.

The Blue Lagoon itself—8700 sqm of geothermal seawater—remains operational as it is relatively easy for guests to maintain 2 meters of separation in this outdoor geothermal environment. However, the flow of lagoon traffic is tightly regulated and guests are reminded of the critical importance of social distancing and habitual hand washing.

With these measures, we believe that it is possible to welcome guests in a manner that conforms to the government’s directives and preserves the health and safety of our employees and visitors.

During this time of uncertainty, your patience and understanding is greatly appreciated.

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Book or change your reservation with confidence

12 March 2020

New cancellation policys allow you to book with ease. You can take comfort in the fact that when the storm has passed, the healing waters of Blue Lagoon Iceland will still be here—ready to bring you warmth, wellbeing, and wonder.

Safety and wellbeing

12 March 2020

The safety and wellbeing of our guests and employees is our primary concern. We are following the guidance of Iceland’s Chief Epidemiologist and have implemented the following measures to supplement our daily cleaning and sanitation procedures.

Blue Lagoon Iceland temporarily closed

22 March 2020

Blue Lagoon Iceland has closed its operation temporarily from 23 March to 14 June.