Not just a pool, but an aquatic centre with three different indoor sites: one training pool, one for learning and one for fun as well as a small outdoor pool, two solariums and one ‘beach’. It also offers a spa, hammams, saunas and UV cabins. Very clean, well-maintained and organised, people are drawn from far and wide, so it can get a little crowded at peak times. It’s aimed at families and those coming for leisure rather than those training for the Olympics, but always a very pleasant place to while away a few hours.
Centre aquatique de Neuilly-sur-Seine
|Venue name:||Centre aquatique de Neuilly-sur-Seine||Contact:|
27-31 Bd d'Inkermann
|Transport:||Métro : Pont de Neuilly, Les Sablons, ou Louise Michel|
|Price:||Resident €6.40; non-resident €7|
While the facility is pretty nice here, there are so many odd rules that a visit here with kids was not pleasant. For one, swim trunks are not allowed (e.g. surf trunks). Boys and men are required to wear speedo style suits (on sale for 10 Euro in the lobby.)
Also, people can't wear street clothes to just lounge in the grass by the pool area. I just wanted to watch my kids swim, but the staff required that I wear a speedo style swimsuit to just read a book in the grass.
the staff was very strict with regards to what children could &
couldn't do. Kids were not allowed in the open-area hot tub. Kids were
not allowed to go down the slide head first. Etc.
If you're thinking of coming here with kids, go somewhere else. Just too many rules.