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Berlin Wellness & Spas | City Getaway guide to wellness city break!

Updated on December 14, 2012

“Willkommen in Berlin“! Welcome in the capital that made history!

Berlin should be on everyone's “must see list”. Berlin is nowadays a world-class capital with hundreds of years of history to absorb and explore. Who would have thought that people would travel to Berlin for a weekend city break or vacation getaway? Berlin has been the hub of many cultural and international events, alternative scene, great cafes and stirring bars, impressive museums and much more.

It is said that you would fall in love with Berlin if you enjoy taking a metro ride, boxing and Turks. It is also said that one is not born, but rather becomes, a Berliner.

Wellness City Break in Berlin

To cover all the main sights in Berlin, you might get a little bit tired from all that walking, exploring and shopping, so at the end of the day, you'd rather spend the night at your holiday apartment in Berlin instead of enjoying the countless parties of this bustling, energetic and multicultural city.

To enjoy a great city break in Berlin, you should know where to find the best places in the city that leaves you rejuvenated and refreshed, and that your relaxing and exciting Berlin city break will prepare you for the next demanding work week ahead. Berlin is Fantastic any time of the year, but during winter, it can be really very cold to wander around its snowy streets, so few hours spent in a Berlin spa is the best opportunity for you to relax, relieve your muscles and revitalize yourself for another day of Berlin thrilling sightseeing.

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Best Spa Facilities in Berlin

Germany has a long history of spa resorts, health mineral springs and great natural resources. You can find over 900 spas in Germany, ranging from small hotel spas to the enormous bath palaces. The capital is also one of the places where you can find really nice spas for your Berlin short break.

1. Thermen am Europa-Center

The Berlin’s largest sauna and spa facility: 6 indoors and 2 outdoor differently themed saunas, 3 steam baths, hot tubs and cold tubs, garden, warm indoor and outdoor pool, waterfalls, relaxation room, bistro and restaurant, special are only for women.

Opening times: Mon - Sat: 10am – 12pm, Sun & public holidays: 10am – 9pm

Price: Day Ticket 19.50 Euro

Location: Nürnberger Straße 7, Berlin – Tiergarten

Metro: Kurfürstendamm (U1, U9), Wittenbergplatz (U1, U2, U3)


1. Stadtbad Neukölln

Go Greek in this beautiful old Roman-bath building from 1914. 2 pools, 5 saunas, relaxation rooms, Russian bath and a roof garden make this the perfect place for a day getaway.

Opening times: please check the schedule

Price: Day ticket Pool 4 Euro, Day Ticket Sauna 14 Euro

Location: Ganghoferstraße 3, Berlin - Neukölln

Metro: Rathaus Neukölln (U7), Karl-Marx-Strasse (U7)


2. Meridian Spa

At approximately 9,000 m2 and on three floors you will find a fitness facility and relaxing spa and wellness area overlooking the roofs of this never sleeping metropolis.

Opening times: Mon, Wed, Fri: 9am – 11pm, Tue and Thu: 7am – 11pm, Sat – Sun: 9am – 10pm

Price: Day ticket weekday 25 Euro, day ticket weekend and public holiday 30 Euro

Location: Klosterstraße 3, Berlin-Spandau

Metro: Rathaus Spandau (U7), Berlin-Spandau (S-Bahn)


1. Adlon Spa

Heated indoor pool, Jacuzzi, saunas, steam baths, a plethora of spa treatments to pamper all your senses and promote an overall feeling of relaxation and well-being.

Opening times: Mon, Sun: 9am – 8pm, Tue - Sat: 9am – 9pm

Price: Day ticket 65 Euro

Location: Behrenstraße 72, Berlin - Mitte

Metro: Brandenburger (U55), Berlin Brandenburger Tor (S-Bahn)


2. Centrovital

The generous fitness area of the SPA & Sportclub features extensive fitness area with high-tech equipment and sauna area with 25m-pool to rest and relax.

Opening times: Mon - Sat: 7am – 11pm, Sun & bank holidays: 7am – 10pm

Price: Day ticket weekday 25 Euro, day ticket weekend and public holiday 28 Euro

Location: Neuendorfer Straße 25, Berlin - Spandau

Metro: Rathaus Spandau (U7), bus 136 and 236


1. Cowshed Spa in Soho House

Cowshed Relax offers facials, massages, and body treatments along with a sauna, steam room and large and open plan Hamam.

Opening times: Mon - Fri: 9am – 10pm, Sat – Sun: 10am – 10pm

Price: rates starting from 25 Euro

Location: Torstraße 1, Berlin – Mitte / Prenzlauer Berg

Metro: Rosa-Luxemburg-Platz (U2)


2. Liquidrom

The highlights of the spa are the darkened doom with its warm saltwater pool, uniquely relaxing experience presented with lights and music piped through the water, and the infusions in the sauna world.

Opening times: Sun - Thu: 10am – 12am, Fri – Sat: 10am – 1am

Price: Day ticket 29.50 Euro

Location: Möckernstraße 10, Berlin – Kreuzberg

Metro: Möckernbrücke (U1, U7), Berlin Anhalter Bahnhof (S-bahn)


1. Sultan Hamam

Traditional oriental turkish bath hamam and a modern wellness area including pool, saunas, massages and shishah room.

Opening times: Women Tue – Sat: 9:30am – 11pm, Men Mon: 12pm – 11pm, Family day (Men & Women) Sun: 12pm – 11pm

Price: 5 hours ticket 21 Euro

Location: Bülowstraße 57, Berlin – Schöneberg

Metro: Bülowstraße (U2), Yorckstraße (U7)


Please bear in mind:

Most of the saunas in Germany are nude saunas and also mixed gender. Swimwear is not allowed in the sauna area; nevertheless, you can cover up in your towel. You're also supposed to sit on your towel while inside a sauna. Just remember, you are here to loosen up your mind and body, not to soak in soggy swimwear.


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