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These are baths made by architects for architects. The indoor section is somehow disquieting, it really has an awkward atmosphere, good for a crime movie.
There is no spa except for an area which vaguely reminds of a sauna, but it is very dark and...More
The spa here is truly amazing with many themes for you to hop from one to another. My favourite was definitely the flowery spa which I can soak in for a really long time. We stayed in Kengo Kuma room and the ceiling, toilet, it...More
Have wanted to visit Vals spa for years and it didn't disappoint.
It can get busy of an afternoon on the weekend but is blissfully quiet of a morning when it's only open to hotel guests. It's beautifully designed.
The architecture of this spa is a work of art. Plus the experience offers so many different rooms with waters of different temperatures from very hot to very cold and in between. My favorite is the bath with flower petals.
Lots of treatments offered. Massage...More
It's really a nice and beautiful place the only thing that we were surprised with was that there was no restaurant/bar etc to eat as the thermes open a 11 a.m if we want to eat we must go outside the thermes and we can't...More
Vals was one of the last stops we planned for our Switzerland trip. Although Vals was really out of the way for our entire journey, but the thermal spa itself was definitely worth a trip. Im an architect myself and this is def one of...More
The design of those terms is really wonderful, local grey stone, enough space, pleasant swim. I missed a space with a coffee, i missed a space, even outside, where to smoke a sigarette, i missed a place, in the outdoor swimmingpool, where to sit in...More
The hotel is ok. Expensive, Swiss and a little pretentious. Now the therms are definitely worth the trip. Probably one of the best 3 or 5 examples of contemporist architecture in second half of the XXth Century. There are no words to describe it.