Sauna Area 

Relax in a welcoming oasis and relaxing sauna area (textile free area).

  • Finnish sauna, 90 degrees Celsius, dry
  • Herb sauna with fresh herbs, 45 - 50 degrees Celsius, herb fragrance, 55 % humidity level
  • Steam bath, 45 degrees Celsius, 80 % humidity level, with essential oil fragrance
  • Kneipp basin
  • Quiet room (room temperature, refuel and feel comfortable)
  • Meditation room (cooled, to relax)
  • Children (until 14 years) may use the sauna area until 5 pm (accompanied by parents)
  • Every Thursday sauna for ladies only: 2 - 4 pm

Opening hours:

  • In summer: daily from 4 - 9 pm, friday - sunday 2 - 9 pm
  • In winter: daily from 12 - 9 pm
  • private spa outside the regular opening hours possible with reservation in advance (CHF 60 per hour)
  • single admission fee CHF 28 per person (incl. bathrobe to borrow, slippers, drinks and fruits in the sauna area), more information and prices

Sun terrace:

  • During summer quiet sun terrace with sunbeds, palms and direct view if the North face of the Eiger

Sauna tips:

  • We kindly ask you to take a shower before entering the sauna. Listen to your body and stay only as long as you feel good. Try to eat 2 - 3 hours before your sauna visit and don't drink alcoholic beverages
  • The sauna is in principle good for everybody. High or low blood pressure, diabetes or atopic eczema is normally not a problem
  • If you suffer from heart disease or if you are in the beginning or at the end of a pregnancy, if injured, have bruises or acute cold/infection please use sauna only after a doctors consultation
  • Please use shampoo and shower gel before using the sauna
  • You may use the different saunas in which order you like
  • Please sit or lay down on a large towel in the sauna/steam bath and stay for about 5 minutes. Sit for the last 2 minutes. Slowly extend the sauna sessions
  • Enjoy extensive relaxation breaks; the relaxation interval should be at least as long as the sauna session - preferably a few minutes longer
  • Refresh yourself with a cold shower. Drink plenty of water or tea in between the sessions in order to balance the fluid loss

News & Angebote

Summit meeting with Roger Stutz - Shaolin Kung Fu Master (in german)

Summit meeting with Roger Stutz - Shaolin Kung Fu Master (in german)

Thursday, 23rd April 2015. 7 pm: Shaolin - more than martial art.... Roger Stutz is Kung Fu master in the first Shaolin Chan temple in Switzerland and regularly educates more than 160 students there. Talk to him personally when he's in Grindelwald!

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