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A must visit place of interest. You are provided with a informative guide before you visit the... read more

Reviewed 9 July 2018
Priscilla A

The Meersburg Therme is small, but nice. It wasn't crowded that day, because many preferred the... read more

Reviewed 1 June 2018
Sandra J
Ljubljana, Slovenia
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Reviewed 26 July 2017 via mobile

Very small parking for customers.for other parking places you have to pay even if you are a customer.
Personel doesn t speak english at all.
We spend 40 minutes in a huge line until we got too know that its goona take 1,5until we can go inside.
Nobody told us about that.I got to ask by myself.
Nobody cares about the people in the line Zero information.
An awful place.

Date of experience: July 2017
Thank krzysztof b
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Reviewed 21 July 2017

Unlike other items in Germany. Think of it as an older version of a swamp house in the us south or some of the Mississippi River houses in the flood plain. Worth the time.

Date of experience: August 2016
Thank cdhcch
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Reviewed 22 June 2017

My boyfriend and I had a wonderful stop here at the midpoint on our weeklong tour of Bavaria. We arrived at about 7:15 on a Wednesday night to use the infinity pool (the sun was still shining brightly). The attendant at the desk spoke English and was very friendly and helpful. The fee was kind of expensive, but we were on vacation, and they have a great set-up where after you pay the entrance fee, once you're inside you can charge whatever other fees you want to a little chip they give you, and then pay up when you leave. (They also rent towels at the entrance for 5E apiece.)

The infinity pool was SO NICE. Heated to the perfect temperature, and there are jets that run on a cycle throughout different parts of the pool, both inside and outside. There was a hot tub, too, but the jets in there didn't seem to be working, or perhaps we just couldn't figure them out. We had the pool to ourselves most of the time we were there. The view of the lake was gorgeous. We loved it.

We tried out the sauna, too (for an additional price), but not for very long. They have a whole big set-up in the sauna area, with a bar and (I believe) a nude hot tub and pool, too. (From the infinity pool we saw a few nude people going out into the lake from the sauna area.) We only tried one sauna, which was marked at 45 C, but I believe we saw another one that was marked at 90 C, which I can't even fathom. 45 was definitely hot enough for us!

An aside: don't get the Therme mixed-up with the pool complex next door, which is much cheaper but just has regular unheated swimming pools. It's a totally separate facility with no internal access to the Therme (despite the Therme brochures on display there). As long as you know there are two separate facilities, a luxurious spa and an ordinary public pool complex, you won't get mixed-up between them.

Date of experience: May 2017
3  Thank Sarah C
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Reviewed 20 May 2017 via mobile

We visited here because the therme in Uberlingen was closed. We enjoyed it but I noticed algae on the tile grout, which I hadn't seen in other pools in Germany. Other than that, the water was warm and the saunas hot.

Date of experience: May 2017
Thank Alm0stReady
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Reviewed 16 April 2017

This is a small - compared too, say, Baden Baden - spa, but everything top notch.
First - wheelchair users seem to get in free and they have excellent changing room for them. Top Marks.
It's the usual swimmers-on for the heated pools with the infinity wall looking over lake Constance (Bodensee if you are German) to the snowy Alps.This is seriously one of the finest views in Europe on a sunny clear day like we had. And worth the price of admission on its own if you just want to keep your clothes on.
Pay extra and you get the full German sauna world - cabins on stalks, access to the lake for the foolhardy, a nude swimming pool, sunbathing terraces (yes, even in March) and a neat restaurant (beer!!).
Beware, the saunas have half-hourly schuss where an attendant (clothed) racks up the experience in various ways. For the timid try the chimes and Tibetan bowls experience - modest heat, but truly mind shifting experience.(See the 'menu' board in the restaurant where spoons mean heat.)
And by UK standards this place is cheap.

Date of experience: March 2017
Thank pdccardiff
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