Therme WienCurrently Closed
- Address: 1100 Vienna, Kurbadstrabe 14, Austria
- Timings: 09:00 am - 10:00 pm Details
- Phone: +43-1680099600
- Ticket Price: 17 EUR
- Time Required: 03:00 Hrs
- Tags: Waterfall, Leisure, Spa, Fountain
After a long and tiring day of travelling, shopping and partying, head over to the Therme Wien for a nice refreshing thermal spa treatment. Located in the heart of the city and surrounded by natural beauty, this thermal spa offers you a rejuvenating experience. The spa at Therme Wien is a unique one that stretches along the banks of an imaginary stream whose course you can trace and discover cascades, waterfalls and fountains at every turn. While you are in the city of Vienna, make sure that you spare out some time for this transformative experience.
- Prices depend upon the spa treatment you decide to undergo.
- Book an appointment a couple of days in advance.
- Go through their official website which lists down the range of beauty services they have on offer and choose yours accordingly.
- For 3 hours: € 17,00, Child(3-14): € 12,00
- Day tickets with minimum 6 hours: € 24,40, Child (3-14): € 15,50
- For tickets with lockers, cabins and other combinations, refer to the website.
- Children below 3: Free
- Prices are subject to change from time to time.
Spa Opening Hours
- Sunday and Holidays: 8:00 am – 10:00 pm
- Monday- Saturday: 9:00 am - 10:00 pm
- 31st December - Open from 08:00 am to 2:00 pm (last entry: 11:00 am)
- 01st January - Open from 09:00 am to 10:00 pm
Therme Wien Massage Opening Hours
- Monday – Sunday, Holidays: 09:30 am – 8:00 pm
Therme Wien Fitness Hours
- Monday – Friday: 07:30 am – 11:00 pm
- Saturday, Sunday and Holidays: 07:30 am – 10:00 pm
- Fontanastrasse/Laaer-Berg-Strasse tram stop.
- Restaurant and cafe within the premises.
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10.59% of people who visit Vienna include Therme Wien in their plan
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27.59% of people start their Therme Wien visit around 09 AM - 10 AM
People usually take around 3 Hrs to see Therme Wien
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Therme Wien
Excellent place for summer and winter, warm water all the year and different kind of pools for all the ages with and without roof. Salt pool and Jacuzzi is also included. Restaurant has very accessible prices and all kind of food and beverages.
***עברית ואנגלית*** Very simple place , not very innovative, just like another country club and does not resemble Tremi in the rest of Europe. Most of the pools are external and are suitable for children, there is no separation of adults. There are no new and basic facilites such as shampoo / soap that are not in the showers, a very old and not very powerful (like those in hotel rooms) really does not justify the price. High cost, do not order on a website because they get in trouble with the bar code and do not get an order from the phone so it's better to purchase a ticket instead. Bring towels with you because it's cost money. for each towel they charge 5 euros (towels are small and old). The cost of a locker is between 20-22 euros, entrance to saunas cost another 8 euros ... There is no central bar or waiters while you are staying in the pool but only in the hidden cafe which is at the top where the food is delicious. In short, a general summary, no value for money. מקום פשוט מאוד, לא חדשני במיוחד, סתם כמו עוד קאנטרי קלאב ולא דומה לתרמי בשאר אירופה. רוב הבריכות הן חיצוניות ומותאמות עם ילדים,אין הפרדת אזור למבוגרים. אין פסיליטיס חדשים ובסיסיים כמו שמפו/סבון שאין במקלחות, פן ישן ביותר ולא עוצמתי (כמו אלו שבחדרי מלון) ממש לא מצדיק את המחיר. עלות גבוה,לא להזמין באתר אינטרנט כי הם מסתבכים עם הברקוד ולא מקבלים הזמנה מהטלפון כך שעדיף לרכוש כרטיס במקום. תביאו מגבות מכוון שהשכרת כל מגבת 5 יורו (מגבת קטנה וישנה). עלות לוקר נעה בין 20-22 יורו, כניסה לסאונות עולות עוד 8 יורו... אין בר מרכזי או מלצרים בזמן השהייה בבריכה אלא רק בבית הקפה המוסתר שנמצא בחלק העליון האוכל שם טעים. בקיצור לסיכום כללי, no value for money
If you need to relax and get away from the city, this place is perfect. Located at the end of U1 metro line (the station is just outside of the entrance to Therme Wien) and accessible by car (there is an underground parking, customers get a discount but it's still a paid one!). We got a small separate room for three people (21 euro per first person, 18 euro per each additional person). There is also an option to get a locker only. Swimming pools are included, entry to sauna is paid in addition (8 euro, charged once not per scan). They have mixed saunas and also separate saunas - I went to the women only and it was really comfortable and quiet. There were three different sauna rooms , a cold dip pool, jacuzzi and a big area outside with seats for sunbathing. Remember that in most Austrian saunas you have to be naked! There are also two smaller Laconian saunas (under 40C degrees) right next to the pools inside that are included in the price - you can get in with your swimwear on and a towel. In general, if you like peace and quiet, come early in the morning, or during the week - there were plenty of kids with parents and as experience suggests, they tend to be loud.
Vienna's very own spa is now just a Subway ride away. The spaces are generous, the water is about 35-36°C hot, you have all the spa regular pools, slides and fun area for kids and of course the sauna space which is a nude area like everywhere in Austria. The outside space is great for relaxing in summer. They also have a few restaurants and a massage and fitness service in the complex. Worth a visit, open till 22.00, come during the day on weekdays to avoid crowds.
It was very nice practicing the WLP water lotus pillow technique in the many nice pools. The water are in good quality and good temperature. A great escape from the wonderful city of Viena