Okay this place is expensive. Approximately 50 American dollars to get in. Sometimes you get what you pay for. This is definitely the case here. You enter and pay for a wrist band that serves as a food and drink tab and locker key. Go in and shower before putting on your bathing suit and entering the water. We swam and applied mud onto our skin and sunbathed. There are many little nooks and places to swim and explore. There are benches to sit on around the main area so you can comfortably sit in the water and people watch. Some areas are warmer than others and the floor is bumpy in places so be careful or you will stub your toe. We took advantage of a steam room and the waterfall neck massage. The offer non alcoholic flavored frozen drinks, wine and beer at the outside bar. We decided to shower and brought our own shampoo and conditioner. They provide shower gel in the shower rooms. There are nice areas to sit and blow dry your hair in the ladies locker rooms complete with backlit mirrors and blow dryers. You can bring your own curling iron (Icelandic voltage plug) We only stayed a little over two hours but we left relaxed rejuvenated and just glowed from our family experience that shouldn’t be missed. The only thing I could suggest to encourage local attendance they should offer reduced rates for residents. This seemed to be a monitary splurge for our family who lives here to take us here during our visit.
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