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Laugardalslaug Swimming Pool

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Excellent good value facility

The complex can seem daunting, but staff are helpful. Wonderful 50 metre outdoor pool and hot tubs... read more

Reviewed yesterday
stchristopher053
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Cambridge, United Kingdom
Economic, clean, lovely pool

Laugardalslaug was my introduction to the the pool culture in Iceland, and as many previous... read more

Reviewed 4 days ago
da_jm
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New Jersey
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Sundlaugavegur 30 | Langarddalur og Haaleith, Reykjavik 105, Iceland
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Reviewed yesterday

The complex can seem daunting, but staff are helpful. Wonderful 50 metre outdoor pool and hot tubs at varying temps, plus an ice tub at 5 to 8 degrees. One of the hot tubs is a jacuzzi which effectively gives massages. Jets sense you sitting...More

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Reviewed 2 days ago

Went on a rainy, windy day. It has a fun waterslide. Unfortunately we didn't do many of the pools as we didn't easily see them and it was too cold to walk around to try to find them. The children's pool was unfortunately closed when...More

Thank Jaclyn94
Reviewed 4 days ago

Laugardalslaug was my introduction to the the pool culture in Iceland, and as many previous reviewers have noted, bathing in the nude before putting on your bathing suit is a cultural norm that you really need to expect. Coming from the US, I definitely felt...More

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Reviewed 5 days ago

Great place to relax in the hot pools, especially in as seniors over 67 get in for free. Bring ID with date of birth. Towels and swim suits can be hired for a fee. The salt water not pool is especially good.

Thank Robert100
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Praised as the largest and most famous pool in Reykjavik, we were quite disappointed to discover in which not so inviting state the outer pools were. I don't consider myself picky but using the 50m pool was really not inviting. The pots were as well...More

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

There are swimming pools all over the city. We choose this location because it was near us and it offered the hot spa. It was a great way to relax after a horse ride. You can rent towels and swimwear.

Thank mtjvt
Reviewed 11 September 2018

"Hot pots" are what Icelanders call thermal pools and they are wonderful. This is a big facility with many sports but we visited just to soak in the pools. There are several that range from cold to hot (42° C or 107°F). Everything very clean...More

Thank vagabondodelmondo
Reviewed 9 September 2018

Nice place to spend some hours at the evening. Has several hot baths with different temperatures of water. As well outdoor (heated) and indoor pools. Steam sauna. Still that place is built a long time ago and not in good shape.

Thank Raiq
Reviewed 6 September 2018

There are many parts to this outdoor swimming pool which is open all year. In the winter when it snows it's really great to be outside in a geothermal pool with snow falling. It's ever warm but for those who want more there are hot...More

Thank Chinapjs
Reviewed 3 September 2018

Had some time on our last day, so we headed here and had the airport shuttle pick us up from here (well, from 2 blocks away where they pick up at the City Hostel). The staff stored our luggage in the "old reception" area. It...More

Thank Lisa L
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Doxibug
3 August 2018|
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Response from Winslow5289 | Reviewed this property |
Sure! There’s hot tubs of various temperatures, water volleyball, a lap pool, and a slide/place for kids to play.
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HOI14
3 July 2018|
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Response from Anneliese M | Reviewed this property |
I brought a microfiber towel with me. I do seem to recall that you can rent a towel as well. Make sure to pack soap and shampoo- -only bathroom hand soap provided.
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