Blue Lagoon @ Treasure Island Resort & Casino

The Blue Lagoon is a restaurant inside Treasure Island Resort & Casino in Welch, Minnesota.
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Reviews of Blue Lagoon

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Blue Lagoon

Joanne Tan
This is the first place we visit when we landed at Iceland. After a long flight, it is so relaxing to be able to soak inside warm waters with a cuppa beer. That night we had such a great sleep! This is definitely a must visit place in Iceland. #J2ACE
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Giorgia
Beautiful place, it's a must if you come to visit Iceland. Even if it was raining a lot we had an amazing day
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Rachel Simon
As relaxing and unique as you’ve heard. Can’t recommend coming here enough!
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Ji Kim
This was my favorite place in Iceland and I spent 7 hours here after landing at the airport at 5 AM. Rent a car and drive the countryside. It’s amazing. Picture the blue Lagoon as a big water park, but a hot tub version. It’s amazing. Great for the skin (I have eczema and it helps). It’s got a in water bar, restaurant, relaxation room, cafe...just amazing!
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April J.
My daughter and I began our European trip of a lifetime at the Blue Lagoon. It was relaxing and affordable; the scenery drop-dead beautiful. Iceland is a MUST-SEE for travelers!
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Berthold
An absolute must. If you already travel so far to Iceland. Go. Book in advance online. Book a massage it's something different to float in the sun on water. Have a drink at the bar. Put some silica on your face as treatment. Wade through the steam of the lagoon. Shower. And enjoy a late afternoon lunch or dinner at the restaurant. Actually a really good place. To top it off.
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Manuela Theis
Came there just few hours before close. The closing time is 1.30am what is good through the summer time. Staff is lovely and very helpful but prices are still too high. Water is nice and making you to want relax more and more, water is salty. In basic package you have 1free drink and also face mask from special mud. I was in secret lagoon as well that place is 3x cheaper and water is hotter. But blue lagoon is bigger and more posh. So if you have that money go and try. A lot of American tourists there :).
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Paul Dixon
It might be very touristy, but it's iconic and very well done. Floating around in the warm blue (cloudy) water, with your mud mask on, beer in hand, is an experience.
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Kelynn Usery
Was the end to our trip and was well worth going, however other hotsprings in Iceland are much nicer. Still had a great time, this one is the busiest and biggest setup of any of the springs, and has the most efficient changing rooms, showers, and purchasing mechanisms for the bars etc, but also the biggest crowd. Some things are just nicer with less people around and this is one of them to me. Would still highly recommend it however! Had a great time.
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Mo Mo
This was a wonderful end to our trip. It was freezing outside but the lagoon was nice and warm. We went for the luxury package which included the reservation in the restaurant but did not include food! We also got robes and slippers complimentary and the mud mask which you access when in the lagoon.
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