Thermalbad & Spa Zurich
Adjusted opening times
Due to official instructions, the Thermalbad & Spa Zurich will be closed until 28 February 2021.
Massages by appointment can still be booked. We look forward to receiving your enquiry by mail.
Our wellness facility is open only in connection with an overnight stay in the B2 Boutique Hotel, which is directly connected to the thermal baths & spa. Book a room and treat yourself to a unique wellness day. You can book directly here: www.b2boutiquehotels.com
You can still reach us at 044 205 96 50 or by mail.
We look forward to welcoming you back on 1 March 2021. Thank you very much for your understanding! Stay healthy!
A sacred spa experience in the heart of Zurich
In the heart of Zurich – yet far removed from the city’s hustle and bustle. In the Thermalbad & Spa Zurich, you’ll find warmth and relaxation in stunning architectural surroundings. On the former site of the Hürlimann brewery, you can bathe in the legendary mineral waters of the Aqui source and experience ancient Roman-Irish bathing culture. The rooftop pool also offers stunning panoramic views of the city as you’ve never seen it before.
Roman-Irish spa ritual
Enjoy a unique visit to the Roman-Irish spa area: where various ancient bathing cultures are combined into a unique, relaxing cleansing ritual. A touch of luxury, historic surroundings and a limited number of guests give this bathing ritual an intimate and unique atmosphere.
The thermal spa waterworld
In centuries-old vaults, bathe in deep wooden barrels inspired by the casks from the former brewery and enjoy the thermal spa waters in every form. Pure relaxation is on offer at the emerald spa, meditation spa, steam bath and Kneipp zone. Our crowning glory can be found on the Sudhaus rooftop: float above the city in Zurich’s highest rooftop swimming pool.
Enjoy – relax – let time slip away
The Thermalbad & Spa Zurich offers a modern twist on ancient Roman bathing culture. The thermal spa is on the site of the former Hürlimann brewery, and its design reflects its history: in the barrel vaults, you can bathe in wooden casks that recall the coopers who worked here with their beer barrels and fermentation vats.