Changing Rooms

There are separate changing rooms for men and women. They are modern and spacious, with private lockers for your clothes and other belongings.

Wristbands & Lockers

When you arrive you will be given a wristband, which acts as a key for your electronic changing room locker. You can also use your wristband to buy drinks and refreshments while you are in the spa. It works like an in-water credit card – you just pay for anything you charge to the wristband when you leave.

We recommend that you store all your valuables inside your locker, including jewellery, shoes, cameras, etc. Be sure to check that your locker is properly locked before you walk away. Blue Lagoon is not responsible for any lost valuables.

Shower without bathing suits

Cleanliness is a fundamental aspect of a geothermal spa experience.  Prior to entering Blue Lagoon, a full body shower - without a bathing suit - is absolutely essential. Everyone benefits when everyone is clean. This same aspect of spa culture is found at every pool in Iceland. Private shower cubicles are available in both man and women changing rooms.

Complimentary Blue Lagoon shower gel and hair conditioner are provided in the shower area. We recommend that you use hair conditioner before and after bathing, especially if you have long hair. This is because the lagoon’s geothermal water can make the hair dry. Hair dryers are available in all changing rooms, free of charge.

Swimwear and dress code

Bathing suits are required in and around all areas of the lagoon, including the steam baths and saunas. You can bring your own or rent them from reception. Towels and bathrobes are also available for rent.

Get the most from your visit

This video shows tips on how to get the most from your Blue Lagoon visit, including how to use the lockers and changing rooms.




A great bonus for us, was that the facilities probably is the most universal accessible spa we have been to. They had a pool wheelchair and a pool lift, and a separate wardrobe for people with disabilities.
- Ida Jackson from Norway
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Special needs and disabilities

Every year, we welcome thousands of guests with special needs or disabilities.

The main building is wheelchair accessible, with elevators and electric buttons to open doors. If you need a wheelchair once you are inside the building, just ask at reception. To read more about accessibility, click here.

There is a pool access lift by the indoor lagoon entrance area, with a carrying capacity of 200kg/440lbs. We also have a non-metallic wheelchair available, which can be taken into the water and used in the shallow area.

Our changing rooms are also wheelchair accessible, including the bathrooms and showers. A special changing room is also available for guests with physical disabilities, offering more privacy and a large enough space to be shared with an assistant. Shower chairs are available upon request.