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Thermal Hotels und Walliser Alpentherme & Spa
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Reviewed July 6, 2012

We spent a weekend here at the end of June 2012, we stayed on Friday and Saturday night and arrived by car from Geneva (nearly 90 minutes). I knew we would have had a discount on the price of the "public" thermal baths (in front of the hotel, where you can also get very expensive spa treatments, we were told), but then we found out the hotel itself had private baths, with an outdoor pool and a very low number of guests (as well as an indoor pool, a very hot pool - 39 Celsius-, a sauna and a tiny hammam - these are "nude zones", but we met only people with a bathing suit). Especially, we enjoyed that on Sunday, after checkout at 11, we could take advantage of the hotel baths for the rest of the day (which was great after a 2 hours walk along one of many routes with breaktaking views on the Alps). The room was clean and with a nice view on the main square (not very crowded, at least not then), and old-swiss-style decorated; the bathroom would benefice from a redecoration, but it worked just fine. Breakfast was lavish, with express-cooked eggs, fresh fruit, yoghurt and muesli of all kinds and everything you should expect from a Swiss breakfast. Definitely a come-back!

  • Stayed: June 2012, traveled as a couple
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Thank EvaF1
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Reviewed July 3, 2012

On our second visit to swiss we decided to do an offbeat place, leukerbad. This is a very cozy place which can be reached from Leuk station by bus.

Location : the hotel is a good 10 min walk from the bus station. The walk however is through small cobbled lanes which was interesting.

Rooms: On entering our room we were pretty disappointed . The room was very small and not well maintained for the price we paid.

Food: The breakfast spread was awesome and the lounge also served some good wine. There is a lovely restaurant( oops i forgot the name) nearby which serves pizza , pasta .

The best part of the hotel is the spa and pools..It is directly connected to the outside pool via underground tunnel . The smaller pool in the hotel is free for guests but for the main thermal pool the hotel guests are given 50% discount .

Barring the rooms , one can enjoy a lot at this place.

Stayed: May 2012, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed June 10, 2012

We were completely ignored in this hotel by some of the most atrocious "waitresses" I have ever encountered. They served us one round of drinks but only because we refused to give up and leave. In the meantime the rich looking people at the table next to us had simply fantastic service and it actually became hilarious to watch the staff doing their best to pretend we didnt exist while catering for their more welcome guests. A horrible experience and I will never go back.

  • Stayed: June 2012, traveled with friends
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Reviewed March 30, 2012

The spa and pools are very nice: There is a pool area directly in the hotel, with an indoor and outdoor pool, a grotto bath and a sauna; the hotel is also directly connected (through an underground corridor) to the Alpentherme which also offer a indoor and outdoor pool and two extra floors with saunas (Walliser Saunadorf) and an Irish-Roman bath (you'll have to pay extra to access these two and both are "textile free" zones).
For additional treatments like massage or face treatment on a weekend, make sure to book a few days in advance.

The room (single room) was really small considering the price and very old fashioned. The bathroom could do with an update.

Breakfast offers a very large choice.

  • Stayed: March 2012, traveled with friends
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Reviewed February 27, 2012

We were offered and booked a “first-class” room – the name which is clearly misleading as there was barely enough space for two adults and a 9 yo kid. I do not dare to think what would we have got if had chosen a “comfort” or a “classic” room.

Another point is that although the hotel offers on its site to "swim to your heart's desire at the Lindner Alpentherme", to which there is an underground passage, it's not free for the hotel guests – but there's a 50% discount off the normal price of CHF 28/20 for a full day (adult/kid, and slightly less so for a 3 hour visit). The hotel, however, has its own thermal pools, both indoor and outdoor, of course smaller than those in the Alpentherme, but also much less crowded.

If you are not staying half-board, the price for dinner in the hotel’s restaurant – which is nothing special – is 60 francs per person, ex-drinks (for the cheaper option; the more expensive is 85 franks pp). Upon a little negotiation afterwards at the reception though, we got a 50% discount for the kid’s meal. There are however several decent fondue and pizza places within 5 min walk from the hotel, less expensive.

There is no hotel parking, you have to use the Alpentherme parking nearby for CHF 14 a day, - even if you are paying 400+ francs a day for the room. By the way, the parking machine there does not accept cards, only cash.

The distance to the ski-lift (Torrentbahn) is around 500 m, but there are ski storages at 5 CHF a day at the cable car both at the mountain station and at the bottom. The cable car to the Gemmi pass – a very good place for walking, cross-country skiing and toboggan rides - is 750 m away. Interestingly, and not very conveniently, is that Torrentbahn and Gemmi do not have a common ski-pass system.

  • Stayed: February 2012, traveled with family
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