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We visited St. Kathrein in the evening on the 27th of February. I was looking forward to warm water (which is what I imagine when someone says Therme). While the changing area and showers were extremely hot I cannot say the same about the pool...More
Pool's area is clean and warm, but if you want some peace and quite in areas where is indicated as such you'll be mistaken.
Stuff doesn't do anything when small children are in area where it's allowed for 16+. Also, if you want to relax...More
Visited the pool (not the sauna area) this afternoon with hubby and 4yo daughter. It was busy (snowing so people not really motivated to ski) but manageable. Good pool with good fun for the kids, a toddler pool and outdoor pool. The only thing not...More
Went today with my husband and two daughters, 10 and 7. It was recommended by our ski school instructors. Paid 60 euros for three hours access (be careful to exit by your expiry time) plus 3 euros per towel. For us brits, we were disappointed...More
I had two visits to the newly renovated therme. Due to the bad weather there were lots of people about. But it's so spacious and the new slides are great activities for the kids, that you didn't notice all the people or were bothered by...More
Beautiful setting, peaceful, fun waterslide for younger children and/or those who are not very brave. Entrance fee is expensive (52 Euros for a 3-hour family ticket, IIRC), but the facilities are to a very high standard. At that price, no surprise that it wasn't packed...More
We went here about five years ago and were rather disappointed after visiting the other thermal baths in BKK (Romerbad). However, the owners of the spa have just spent 10 million Euros on a massive refurbishment and the results are impressive!
The old pools remain...More