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Sundhöll Selfoss

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Sundhöll Selfoss

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This day trip to the Golden Circle from Reykjavik is a stress-free way to see some of Iceland’s most beautiful attractions. Don’t worry about mapping out an itinerary: Let your guide and driver take you to Kerid crater, the Blue Lagoon, Gullfoss waterfall, and more. Plus, your guide explains local history and geology that you wouldn’t learn traveling on your own.
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billbevan01 wrote a review Feb 2020
Sheffield, UK54 contributions23 helpful votes
We have been here every evening of our visit. There are a variety of swimming pools for serious swimmers and playing as well as a range of different temperature hot tubs, a steam room and sauna. Tickets are over 1000kr an adult but you can buy 10 for just over 4000kr which makes it great value if you’re staying in Selfoss. Children 10 and under are free! Also a great place to see Icelandic culture, and for kids to meet Icelandic children.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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David S wrote a review Nov 2019
Chepstow, United Kingdom155 contributions65 helpful votes
What a great place, more a local swimming pool that tourist trap and therefore a fraction of the price! Spent a lovely afternoon here and the kids (3 and 2) loved it. Great kids pool 35 degrees, there were slides and toys as well. There are also indoor pools if freezing your head while cooking the rest of you isn't your thing. For the really keen there's a lane pool, but there are also steam rooms and 38-40 degree pools, next to a rather large cold plunge bucket (for want of a better description), after you!
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Eyjolfur S wrote a review May 2019
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This is a combined swimming pool area and a fitness center. The swimming pool area contains four swimming pools. Indoors there is a particularly heated infant pool and a 25-meter competition pool. Outdoors there is 25 meters of competition pool and a children's pool. There are water slides in the children's pool. There are three hot tubs outside and also two tubes with cold water. A sauna and steam bath are by the pool area. Good facilities are available for sunbathing during the summer.The changing rooms are new and everyone can get a lockers. Soap is free for all showers and you can wrap your swimsuit and dry your hair in the area.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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agusta2016 wrote a review Aug 2018
Reykjavik, Iceland39 contributions9 helpful votes
We often have a swim in this lovely swimming pool when driving through Selfoss. Very refreshing to get out of the car and have a bath. Like almost all Icelandic pools there are different types of hot pots which I love.
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Date of experience: July 2018
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liza090 wrote a review Aug 2018
Ljubljana, Slovenia42 contributions18 helpful votes
I was excited to try a local community seimming pool in Iceland. The ebtrance is cheap, the showers are hot and clean, the changing rooms have no privacy. The ehole place is clean and well organised but seems to take to 1970, about the time the pool was built probably. I guess zhe culture of a swimmimg pool visit is different here, the pools inside are small, outside it is pretty cold unless you stay in the hot tub the whole time. There are slides for all ages, but don’t expect too much. My kids were happy in the outside pool as well as inside, but for me there was no place to sit and relax, read a book... I don’t mind spending time in the water, it just easn’t ehat I expected. I guess in Iceland you come, bathe and leave. It was interesting listening to people chat in the hot tub, I couldn’t understand anything but it was amusimg anyway. No food in the pool facility.
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Date of experience: August 2018
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