Aqualon Therme

Aqualon Therme, Bad Sackingen: Hours, Address, Aqualon Therme Reviews: 3/5

Aqualon Therme
09:00 - 22:00
09:00 - 22:00
09:00 - 22:00
09:00 - 22:00
09:00 - 22:00
09:00 - 23:00
09:00 - 23:00
09:00 - 22:00
Wohlfühlen und Entspannen - Tauchen Sie ein in die Aqualon Therme Bad Säckingen. Das mineralische Wasser der Hochrheintherme, gespeist von der Bad- und Fridolinsquelle erwartet Sie mit Temperaturen von 28 bis 34 Grad und ist der ideale Ort zum Erholen und Relaxen. In der Aqualon Therme stehen Ihnen 6 Becken mit ca. 1.000 m² Wasserfläche und 5 Saunen zum Schwimmen, Relaxen, Entspannen und Wohlfühlen zur Verfügung. Entspannung und Erholung finden Sie bei unseren klassischen Massagen, Packages und Wohlfühlbäder im Aqualon Wellness. Wir lockern die Muskulatur, gehen auf Problemzonen gezielt ein, lösen Blockaden und fördern die Tiefenentspannung. Hier erleben Sie eine perfekte Auszeit um Geist und Körper etwas Gutes zu tun.
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60 reviews
Very good

usa466 contributions
Great water-unhelpful staff
Sep 2018 • Couples
The only helpful staff in the place was the male lifeguard. Bless his soul or if stll be trying to figure out where the exit was located. Front desk red haired lady waved us up some stairs. Lol! She was up there when we arrived - with her cell mate the blond ponytail woman. Equally unhappy with life, work, water, us? We’ll never know.
We tried to get a bit of an explain how the place worked, facilities, etc. we finally paid E10/person to use the pools.
No explanation of towels, direction to changing rooms. I finally found them and some nice customers helped me figure out the wristband, no towels and lockers. THERE ARE NO ENGLISH WORDS IN THis PLACE.
I followed voices down a stairwell and found the pools. I settled into the outdoor one. Totally satisfied. Salt water, clean, no complaints.
Thanks for a relaxing swim but cheer up staff. Life is grand. Four stars for the lifeguard and the water.
Written 12 September 2018
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Basel, Switzerland279 contributions
Family visits
Sep 2017 • Family
We've been to this pool/bath several times from Switzerland. The advantage over solo uno for instance is that young kids can swim and it's more family orientated. As a spa type of pool it's less impressive than solo uno for that reason. There is a large indoor pool and steam room, furthermore a main outdoor thermal pool. The pool is clean and good value for the price. The brunch in the restaurant outside is also quite nice. We've visited several times and will continue to do so on a regular basis.
Written 30 September 2017
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Zurich, Switzerland2,286 contributions
Thermal bath and sauna relax
Mar 2016
Cold winters just drive you to such places... from Switzerland (Stein-Säckingen station) it is just a short walk, crossing the unmanned border post on the old covered bridge on the Rhine. You pay for 2 or 3 hours, both for thermal pool and sauna and go. You have changing rooms and lockers, with a small armband for closing and opening. Then a shower and there you go! Thermal water pools are inside (small) and outside. The outside one is the best. I find it great to swim in the warm water while the air above is cold. It is not very large, however, but it has a small "river bath" around, like a half-circle separate canal where the water is propelled around and you can let yourself be transported. One more separate pool - that is inside, close to the (separate) sauna facilities - is characteristic for the very salty water; it is worth trying. After a while, we went to the sauna part. As very often, this is naked zone. There are several cabins with different sauna types; remarkable are the oriental one, with 70 deg steam, and the "swiss panorama", with 90 deg and a broad glass window overlooking the Rhine and Switzerland across (Aqualon stands on a small hill). Each cabin has then showers (classical ones and "bucket showers", with a wooden bucket of cold water placed high up and a rope to tip it over... to try!). All cabins are outside! So walking to and fro is a bit of thrill due to the cold winter air. Paths are covered with anti-slip wooden tiles, so you do not really need flip-flops.
Written 28 March 2016
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