Walliser Alpentherme & Spa Leukerbad (previously Lindner) is an upmarket day spa with hot water pools, medical, health, and beauty treatments, as well as relaxing and anti-stress massages. The spa can easily be reached from the Lake Geneva region.
The Walliser Alpentherme & Spa Leukerbad has the classiest day spa and wellness center in Leukerbad (Loèche-les-Bains) in the Swiss Valais Alps. Leukerbad is the highest and largest thermal water Alpine spa resort in Europe and a great day-trip or weekend destination from the Lake Geneva region. The Walliser Alpentherme is the best day spa choice in Leukerbad for adults wanting an upmarket spa experience without paying the charges of the most exclusive beauty farms and day spas in the Lac Léman region. The day spa is linked by an underground tunnel to the Thermalhotel (previously Lindner or Heliopark). The minimum age is 8 years with no discounts given to children.
The Lindner Alpentherme Day Spa in Loèche-les-Bains, Switzerland
The Walliser Alpentherme & Spa Leukerbad is a fantastic upmarket day spa with vast hot mineral baths and water treatments. Visitors here have a choice of simply relaxing in the thermal baths and saunas, using the fitness center and gymnasium, or to receive a wide range of medical, health, beauty, and relaxation spa treatments.
The Walliser Alpentherme has five medical specialists offering health cures in addition to around 240 different health and beauty treatments. Spa treatments range from medical cures to massages and a wide selection of beauty and wellness treatments including ScenTao, Thalasso, Ayurveda, Watsu water shiatsu, naturfangu, and other anti-aging treatments.
Spa treatments should generally be booked at least 24 hours in advance. Several package deals are available.
The Walliser Alpentherme also arranges special events such as Roman nights, film shows viewed from the pools, and champagne breakfasts.
Facilities at the Walliser Alpentherme Leukerbad Day Spa
The thermal baths at the Walliser Alpentherme are fed by the St Laurent spring, which provides around 940 l of mineral water per minute at a temperature of 51 °C. The main indoors and outdoors pools are at a temperature of 36 °C while a special warm bath is 40 °C. Except for special events, the thermal pools are clothes-on facilities.
In addition to the regular pools, the Walliser Alpentherme also has a special Roman-Irish bath (Römisch-Irisches Bad) treatment and a Valais sauna “town” (Walliser Saunadorf) with numerous different saunas. The Roman-Irish bath treatment goes through eleven steps and takes around two hours for the full course. The saunas resemble a Valais chalet town with the various saunas ranging in temperature from 40 to 85 °C.
Both the Roman-Irish bath treatment and saunas are in the nude and mixed, except Tuesday mornings when it is “Ladies only” in the sauna. The minimum age in these areas is 16 years.
Opening Hours and Admission Fees at the Walliser Alpentherme Leukerbad
Admission to the thermal baths of the Walliser Alpentherme Leukerbad is CHF25 for 3 hours and CHF30 for a full day (one entry only). Add CHF16 for two hours (CHF23 full day) sauna – not available without thermal baths. Many package deals (e.g. with cable car tickets) and further pricing options are available.
The eleven-step Roman-Irish bath treatment (around 2 hours) costs CHF70 (CHF55 without a soap brush massage) and includes a further 3 hours in the thermal baths.
The thermal pools at the Walliser Alpentherme Leukerbad are open daily from 8 am to 8 pm (10 pm Fridays). The Roman-Irish baths (reservations advisable) and sauna town open at 10 am.
The minimum age for visiting the Walliser Alpentherme is 8 years for the thermal pools and 16 years for the saunas. Most kids will be much happier at the family-friendly Leukerbad Therme (previously Burgerbad).
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