We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
We've been to many saunas in Germany, and this was the worst one. It was quite cold in the swimming pool area and we wanted to take our son (4 years old) to a sauna to get warm. But were kicked out by the stuff...More
As we were staying in Mittenwald for 3 or more nights we were given a tourist pass, one of the perks....a free entrance to this swimming pool. It has a big indoor and outdoor pool, a kiddies pool indoors and outdoors, some slides and diving...More
A bit dated, but still very nice pool complex. Two quite tall slides, one windy with many turns, the other suicidal free fall. A large number of pools, incl. a wave pool, a pool with diving tower, a large hot spring, smaller jacuzzi, outdoor lanes...More
I train here but it's hard in winter when the outdoor 50m pool is closed because There are so many kids and leisure swimmers who have no idea what lanes mean it's very very frustrating and there's a wave pool every hour or so too....More
Never went to the actual swimming hall, but sauna-section is lovely. They have outdoor-pool with mountain view, plenty of different saunas and salt-room. Please be aware, that they are naked at the spa, both men and women. It is a german way and even it...More
So the building does look a bit 1960'S or 1970's - but offers good value for money. We paid €19 for a family day ticket - stay as long as you like. For that you get a 34m pool ( lord knows why 34m ),...More
Nice pools, wonderful outdoor hot tub (extra Euro but worth it), slides, high board and spring boards for jumping and an all together nice venue that is clean, warm and welcoming. Getting in for free using the GaPa cards a bonus but we've already been...More
We happen on this Sspa while looking at things to do on Trip Advisor, for Garmisch Partenkirchen, Germany, my wife's ancestral home. It is a beautiful. well-maintained, public swimming pool and spa, on the site of the Winter Olympics held here some years ago. The...More
Response from OftenOnTheRoadFamily | Reviewed this property |
Hi Paul, I do not remember there being any height barriers, but I am also not quite sure. Try calling them at their info number (see attraction info on TripAdvisor for the number), they definitely speak English. Have fun!