If some of you work in an office or something else, which can be sometimes really stressful, and makes your brain overloaded…What could be more pleasant after a hard day’s work? – It would probably be a thermal bath. It wouldn’t be a bad idea, to spend the weekend in a thermal bath & spa.
I have a favourite one here in Switzerland: The thermal bath & spa in Zurich. I like the indoor structure of this building. In between I spend my weekends in this spa. That will do you good, believe me guys! You should visit this thermal bath & spa in Zurich at least once in a lifetime.
You can enjoy your time and be able to forget the outside world for a while, that means you are far removed from the hectic and stress of common day life. You can choose between two spiritual ambiences: the thermal bath & spa or the Irish-Roman spa ritual. Go and relax in smoothing warm water and dive yourself in the old Hürlimann brewery’s hundred-year-old vaults and enjoy the beautiful views of Zurich’s skyline from the outdoor rooftop thermal pool.
I love the bubble seats and relaxation area with shallow-water zone. Further highlights are the emerald-green bath (a meditation pool) with underwater music or the herbal-steam bath with +45°.
But the very biggest highlight is, literally, the open-air pool on the roof of the former brew house, offering breathtaking panoramic views of the whole of the city of Zurich and the mountains beyond.
There is also a bistro lounge. It’s the perfect place to relax and take a break in a stylish atmosphere. The daily freshly prepared house dishes are delicious! You can also treat yourself to freshly squeezed juices, tea, coffe, a glass of wine or Prosecco. I always go to the bistro lounge, when I spend a day in the spa. Cause the different treats are so tasty! Yum yum!
More information about this thermal bath & spa in Zurich (opening hours, entry prices etc.) can be found on:
Unfortunately, it is not allowed to take photos of the inside, so I searched online some pictures of this thermal bath and spa, to show you how does it exactly look like inside:
This is the Hürlimann area (the entrance is also here):
This is how does it look like, after you pay the entrance fee, and while you walk to the wardrobe:
This is how the pools of thermal bath & spa look like:
This is the emerald-green bath (meditation pool) with underwater music (thermal bath & spa):
the bistro lounge restaurant:
the outdoor open-air rooftop thermal pool with beautiful views:
A visit is worthwhile in any case!