SturebadetCurrently Open [Closes at 08:30 pm]
- Address: Sturegallerian, 114 46 Stockholm, Sweden
- Timings: 06:30 am - 10:00 pm Details
- Phone: +46-854501500
- Ticket Price: 3000 SEK
- Time Required: 03:00 Hrs
- Tags: Spa, Family And Kids
Sturebadet - Review
Though they style themselves as a Nordic spa experience here there is quite a distinct Ottoman touch too. The spa is historical, founded by a doctor in 1885. Greta Garbo herself is said to have relaxed here. Treatments cover Swedish massage, Sami, manicures, waxing, a Turkish bath ritual with tea, guided exercises sessions, and cleansing scrubs. There’s also good eating in the Curman Lounge.
- Book treatments two weeks in advance.
- Check out the extensive FAQ online.
Sturebadet Ticket Prices
- Prices depend on packages or treatments availed.
How To reach Sturebadet by Public Transport
- Subway 13, 14 stop ostermalmstorg T-bana.
- Trams 7; Buses 54, 69, 76, 91 stop Stockholm Nybroplan.
- Buses 1, 2, 96, 323, 374 stop Stockholm Stureplan.
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Things to Know Before Visiting Sturebadet
0.29% of people who visit Stockholm include Sturebadet in their plan
50% of people start their Sturebadet visit around 2 PM
People usually take around 3 Hrs to see Sturebadet
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Sturebadet
Sturebadet, Stockholm Reviews
I was a member at Sturebadet for just over a year and loved everything about it. Gym is clean and it’s never busy. Classes and instructors are great. The spa offers an amazing and relaxing experience. Changing rooms are nice and clean and offer great products such as lotions, schampoo, hair spray etc. Service is impeccable whenever you need something or have a question. Highly recommend a membership or simply a spa day.
Great gym and decent spa for your everyday wellbeing. The best thing though is that it’s pretty expensive so that deters the masses from getting a membership.
You don’t get what you pay for. It’s small, hard to figure out, and it’s not a spa - closer to a gym with a small swimming pool. You can hear people swimming from the “silent room”, the gym equipment is dated, and concept is just random. Was also surprised to see a female staff just walk in the male changing room. The staff in general was friendly though. Wouldn’t recommend going just to relax.
It's ok. Massages were excellent. Rest of it was mediocre. Random decor like a school hall with tiny offset rooms for a small jacuzzi and a 'quiet' room with chairs. Pool was mostly filled with a pensioners swim aerobics class all Sunday morning to the tune of light rock. One word to sum up value for money... Meh!
The spa is ok, have been to many better. The 1200 lunch spa day is definitely over priced. Salad buffet lunch. Expected more.