The Tschuggen Bergoase spa at this five-star hotel is known and loved by spa aficionados around Switzerland and beyond, not just for its extensive, first-rate facilities, but also for its incredible design by architect Mario Botta. Once you’ve stopped staring at the eye-catching décor, start exploring (and relaxing in) Bergoase’s 5,000 square metres, spread over four floors. You’ll find indoor and outdoor pools, a mountain sauna with snow terrace, a bio sauna, steam room, treatment rooms for massage and beauty treatments, solarium and much more besides. Truly a spa paradise.
Thermal baths and spa experiences in Switzerland
Whether you’re in need of a quick city spa fix or an indulgent weekend away, soothe your stressed-out soul at one of these great relaxation spots
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Six indoor and outdoor pools of purest Scuol village mineral water are just the start of the experience at this winter wellness wonderland in the pristine Lower Engadine national park region. Special features such as waterfalls and a salt-water pool sit alongside an extensive sauna area, Roman Irish bathing circuit and treatments.
Via dals Bogns 323, Scuol (www.scuol-zernez.com/spa). Daily 8am-9.45pm.
Deep in southern Switzerland, Andeer is rightly proud of its thermal waters – and they’re all there waiting for you to try at Mineralbad Andeer. The spa boasts two 34°C pools, as well as Finnish and bio saunas, a steam bath, physiotherapy and much more.
Mineralbad Andeer, Veia Granda 1 J, Andeer (https://mineralbad-andeer.ch). Daily 8am-9pm.
Splashy waterslides, sweaty saunas and pampering massages combine with the precision of a Swiss watch at this vast 10,000m2 waterpark at the foot of Mount Tamaro. Relaxation guaranteed!
Via Campagnole 1, Rivera-Monteceneri (www.splashespa.ch). Mon-Fri 10am-10pm; Sat, Sun & public holidays 9am-10pm.