November is a tough month. The days have become short, it is cold and mostly grey in grey. And Christmas is still far away. That can spoil your mood. A few relaxing moments in one of the beautiful Swiss wellness hotels can help. We have put together the most relaxing ones for you.

Swiss Wellness Hotels and day spas invite to relax
Swiss Wellness Hotels and day spas invite to relax

Villa Honegg, Ennetbürgen

Breathtaking view of Lake Lucerne. Source: villa-honegg.ch
Breathtaking view of Lake Lucerne. Source: villa-honegg.ch

High above Lake Lucerne is the boutique hotel Villa Honegg. A visit is only worthwhile because of the magnificent view. The spa convinces with its 34ºC warm outdoor pool overlooking mountains, lake or the sea of fog. Inside the spa landscape there is an indoor pool with relaxation loungers and panorama windows, a steam bath and Finnish sauna as well as a fully equipped fitness room. If you don’t want to spend the night, you can buy a 4-hour entrance ticket.

www.villa-honegg.ch

 

Chedi Andermatt, Andermatt

The wellness area in Chedi is pure luxury. Source: chediandermatt.com
The wellness area in Chedi is pure luxury. Source: chediandermatt.com

Granted, the Chedi in Andermatt is just for the big wallet. But from time to time you can treat yourself to something. On 2,400 square metres, the luxury hotel offers everything you need to relax and pamper yourself. There are spacious baths and saunas, a Tibetan relaxation lounge and various Far Eastern treatments. Swimmers will enjoy the 35 metre indoor pool and the twelve metre outdoor pool. There is also a fitness centre and a yoga and Pilates studio.

www.chediandermatt.com

 

Therme Vals, Vals

The Therme Vals is an architectural masterpiece. Source: www.7132.com
The Therme Vals is an architectural masterpiece. Source: www.7132.com

With the Therme Vals, the architect Peter Zumthor has created an architectural masterpiece. The highly mineralised water from the St. Petersquelle spring makes your stay at the Therme a deeply relaxing experience. The spa spoils you with 30 degree warm baths, a picture book view and cuddly bathrobes. If you want to stay over the weekend, you can stay overnight in the 7132 Design Hotel.

www.7132.com

 

Seerose Resort & Spa, Meisterschwanden

Lovers of Thailand will get their money's worth in the Seerose Hotel. Source: seerose.ch
Lovers of Thailand will get their money’s worth in the Seerose Hotel. Source: seerose.ch

Thailand is now on Lake Hallwil. Because this spa is a Thai oasis and offers a very special relaxation and vitalization concept. Thai hospitality, the ancient knowledge of the balance of the four elements of life and modern design combine to create a unique spa experience. There is also a beautiful pool, and in summer the Seerose Beach with its direct access to Lake Hallwil attracts.

www.seerose.ch

 

Tamina Therme, Bad Ragaz

Bathing like the Greeks and Romans once did in the Taminatherme. Source: taminatherme.ch
Bathing like the Greeks and Romans once did in the Taminatherme. Source: taminatherme.ch

Bad Ragaz is known for two things. Heidi and its Tamina spring. In the Tamina Therme you can enjoy the healing thermal water and a sauna culture as the Greeks and Romans used to do. Over an enormous 7’300 m2 the changing thermal water world extends and over 1’300 m² the sauna landscape. In addition, there are various wellness treatments.

www.taminatherme.ch

 

Zurich Thermal Bad, Zurich

The outdoor pool on the roof offers a fantastic view of Zurich. Source: thermalbad-zuerich.ch
The outdoor pool on the roof offers a fantastic view of Zurich. Source: thermalbad-zuerich.ch

If you don’t want to dive for a whole weekend, the thermal bath in Zurich is the right place for you. Here you can comfortably stay for a few hours or a whole day. The thermal bath offers a spacious world of thermal baths and a Roman-Irish spa ritual. The highlight is the outdoor pool on the roof with a wonderful view over the whole city.

www.thermalbad-zuerich.ch

 

Learn Swiss German in silence

Those who indulge in a wellness day are looking for peace and quiet. What better way to internalise Swiss German than to relax in a bathrobe on a lounger? Download our free ebook and learn Swiss German on the side.

 

 

 

Switzerland’s most beautiful spas to relax
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