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Pamper yourself at Friedrichsbad, a luxurious, Roman-inspired oasis. You can choose from several thermal pools, open-air baths, saunas, and spa services. Take a tranquil swim in the dome-covered thermal pool, or unwind with a warm air bath before a refreshing soap-and-brush massage. No matter what you select, rest assured that the spa follows a 17-step bathing tradition. The bathhouse allows no clothing. Keeping with tradition, men and women bathe separately. Check online for mixed-gender bathing days. Start your trip to Baden-Baden by creating a personalized itinerary on Klarna Trips.
Found the the visit today excellent from the moment I entered the historic building. The gentleman taking my entry fee directing me to the lift, to the the gentleman who handed me the sheet and shoes.... more
Found the the visit today excellent from the moment I entered the historic building. The gentleman taking my entry fee directing me to the lift, to the the gentleman who handed me the sheet and shoes.... more »
We went to Friedrichsbad expecting an historic bathing temple and paid 70 euro’s for this! ( 2 persons) For this price you would think they would give you a welcome, warm experience. This was...
We went to Friedrichsbad expecting an historic bathing temple and paid 70 euro’s for this! ( 2 persons) For this price you would think they would give you a welcome, warm experience. This was... more »
Was probably great 150 years ago but neglect in the recent years diminished the experience. It is enjoyable, you have to be fully nude, the amount of baths and different treatments is good. The area..... more
Was probably great 150 years ago but neglect in the recent years diminished the experience. It is enjoyable, you have to be fully nude, the amount of baths and different treatments is good. The area..... more »
it was really a wonderful experience here. i recommended everyone that come to Baden Baden should try it at least once in your lifetime. i cant compare it to the osens i have gone to in japan. but it was a truly beautiful design of the roman architecture. is a mixed bath house and you are walking naked around. you do feel comfortable inside. everyone just doing their own stuff there, no one bordering you. i do prefer they have hotter water inside tho. and we have queueing for 1hour+ before we can enter, they have crowd control inside. the time was around 5pm.
If you want a holistic day spa experience then try some place else. If , however, you are looking for a step back in time and a special couple of hours, then this is a great place. The individual rooms are quite small but off peak you find a place. Decor is lovely. Tea and body cream included. Just missed 5 stars due to no bath towel after the spa and lack of instruction(other than “go upstairs, get undressed”)- no-one was on duty despite waiting 10 mins. Other than that, wholeheartedly recommend this place for a unique experience.
It is a peaceful and calm place where you can forget all your worries for a while. It was my first time to take a bath here, and I was also able to experience the bathing culture of baden-baden, which was very rewarding. I highly recommend coming here for a bathing experience.
Must visit and experience it in baden-baden. Rally relaxing. Unfortunately the soap-brush step is not served due to covid regulations.
32 euros in 2022 for entry. No need to bring anything other than your body. They have towels for you to cover the sauna chairs. I personally prefer this one over the modern Caracala bathes. This one on a Tuesday night (maybe everybody went to Caracala because of the free extra hour there) was very empty And pleasant. I had at most 1-2 people sharing the pools or sauna with me. Its a great place to be alone and just relax. There is no talking, and cream massages are not offered due to covid. So it is very peaceful in here. If you want a romantic time or a fun time, Caracala is the place. The number 11 pool was a little cold and it was so wonderful after the steam rooms. By the way, you only use the towels at the saunas, for the steam rooms you go naked or take one of their plastic trays to sit on. Staff was surprised I stayed almost 3 hours. Kinda tacky art(?) And ceiling but it was a pleasant experience. The shower area looked a bit creepy....
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