We've done a few therms in Germany and loved them. The German therm's offered a larger selection of saunas and more of a sauna ceremony which is a very nice touch. This therm, although different from our German experience, is just great. A large indoor outdoor pool complex with the Alps to look at. A complex of steam rooms and saunas, a few of which allowed you to go without your bathing suit, an indoor pool which played classical music which you could hear when your ears where under water, and a great outdoor pool with a propelled current circle. Locker room and showers. Immaculately clean. The facility didn't offer much more than a snack bar, unlike the two German therms I've been two which offered everything from snacks to full restaurant service. We where there on a Monday afternoon, not crowded at all, with plenty of room for all. We had a afternoon to kill on the day of our arrival and this was the best possible way to relax and rejuvenate after the plane trip from Newark to Geneva. Both my partner and I swim laps regularly for exercise and we were able to get this in here with the Alps for a view. If you've never been to a European therm it's hard to explain as there is noting in the States anything like them. I wish there was. After visiting the therms in Germany, and now this one is Switzerland, it makes you say the Europeans just know how to live. If you've have some time to kill and want to relax this is the way to do it.
If you want to have dinner locally after the Therm, right out of their parking lot is Le Chalet des Bains. We had a late dinner there are enjoyed it. Well review the restaurant separately.
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