Römertherme Baden

Historical cure tradition with a modern mix of wellness

The sulfuric thermal water in Baden comes from 14 curative hot springs, making a visit to Römertherme Baden the ultimate in wellness experiences. Guests relax in the green space outdoors as well as indoors sheltered by Europe’s largest freely suspended glass roof.

This 3,500 m² facility weds the traditions of “taking the waters” to modern wellness. Situated right where ancient Romans enjoyed pleasurable, healthy baths, Römertherme Baden offers visitors a swimming-and-sauna complex that includes a fitness center and restaurant.

Hot springs fun in an historical setting
The various pools and saunas extend in and around the sumptuous main building from the first half of the 19th c:

  • Sports pool, vitality pool, diving pool, children’s wading pool
  • Sulfuric outdoor pool (“Sulfur Wall”)
  • Outdoor clover pool with massage jets, whirlpool
  • Classic Finnish saunas and outdoor pine sauna (88°C to 95°C)
  • Bio-sauna with color therapy (50°C to 60°C), infrared booths
  • Aromatic and eucalyptus steam bath and brine steam bath (42°C)

Athletic offerings for the entire family
The courses at Römertherme Baden range from baby swimming lessons and courses for kids and adults to aqua gymnastics. A variety of exercise is also available on dry land – from the fitness center to gymnastics lessons. As a reward, visitors can let themselves be pampered in a soothing range of offerings, from sports and vitality massages to treatments with singing bowls, acupuncture and fragrant oils.

Römertherme Baden