Schoenbrunner Bad, Vienna

4.6
#7 of 14 in Spas in Vienna
Private luxury hidden from tourist crowds, Schoenbrunner Bad allows you to relax or get some exercise in a quiet setting surrounded by lush vegetation. The complex includes three swimming pools, including one suitable for kids and inexperienced swimmers. You can rent a lounge chair and work on your tan, play beach volleyball, grab a bite at the onsite restaurant, get a massage, or take advantage of the modern fitness area. Access to shower and changing cabins is included in the ticket. Check the website for seasonal opening hours. To visit Schoenbrunner Bad and get the most from your holiday in Vienna, create itinerary details personal to you using our Vienna trip planner .
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  • €45 for a family of 5 after 3.30 and €15 to hire 5 towels. €.50 for a shower. In nearly 40 degrees, after a hot tour of the palace, it was a delight to jump into 28 degree water of the 50 meter pool a...  more »
  • Float is seen in this bathroom - it does unfortunately not everywhere in Vienna! Locks the lifeguard a few lanes for swimmers in summer and marked them with signs (swimming speeds)--> wonderful for athletes! Price: I can find the price of admission too high
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  • I slipped away on a sunny August morning to Schoenbrunner Bad, and would have stayed here all day except that I was getting too hot in the sun. Not a cheap place: 12 euro just to get in, and even a ho...  more »
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  • Place is average to good quality. Entrance and prices are unreasonably high in comparison to what they offer. Service at the bar/restaurant incredibly slow. No credit cards at the entire place, only cash. Overall experience very poor.
  • At 5EU for an afternoon swim, this is a great pool to go to when it gets too hot.
  • A real interesting option + open til 10pm (peak season) + the pool is good for sporty swimmers. + prices are high - but the clients are all quite nice, smart and real cool + also perfect for singles (you can come alone - many do) + nice terrace bistro + slack line and volley ball (backside of the building) + no impolite people - high entrance fee (cheaper in the evening +5pm) - cash only at entrance - cards accepted in bistro from +15 euro
  • Careful pool enthusiasts, despite it being 2017 and there being no cash machine anywhere within walking distance, this overpriced, overfilled pool does not accept anything but cash. And also boasts the rudest and least accommodating staff in the city, and that's saying a lot. #auditsoon #neveragain
  • Small, expensive and cash only. No cash no fun. Welcome to the 21th century

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