Summer season: 10 am – 10 pm daily
Winter season: 10 am – 10 pm daily | Fri and Sat: 10 am – 12 am (midnight)
Langgasse 38 – 40
Accessibility by public transport:
Bus lines 1 & 8 to Webergasse.
Dear guests of the Kaiser-Friedrich-Therme,
With the announcement of the gradual opening of the outdoor pools, the requests for the opening of the Kaiser-Friedrich-Therme are also increasing. Due to the structural conditions, the generally applicable regulations allow us to accommodate only 30 guests at a time for the entire thermal baths. This would not meet the demand at any point and is out of proportion from our point of view. We ask for your understanding and hope to be able to inform you soon about news regarding an opening of “your” Kaiser-Friedrich-Therme.
Traditional spa culture at its finest…
Come and enjoy every inch of an incredibly stylish sauna – from the tepidarium and sanarium to the Russian steam bath, Finnish sauna and tropical freezing rain area.
A thermal spring and stately residence
The historic Irish-Roman baths are surrounded by spacious and captivating sauna facilities spanning an area of 1,450 m².
With a tepidarium, sudatorium, sanarium, Russian steam bath, Finnish sauna and stone steam bath, there’s a diverse and interesting range of experiences for every sauna lover. You can cool off in the lavacrum or the tropical freezing rain area.
The carefully considered concept, which was designed by Wiesbaden-based architects Barthel and Zisowsky, is rounded off with a fresh air room (“frigidarium”), a peaceful area with calming lighting (“lumenarium”) and the attractive “Quellenbar” to ensure relaxation, recovery and well-being.
If you’ve never been to a sauna before, you should enquire at the ticket office. The employees at the Kaiser-Friedrich-Therme will be happy to give you a brief induction.