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Lovely 2-hour stay after hike

We found parking easy: Just outside the building. We went for a two hour stay, which was fine. You... read more

Reviewed 4 April 2017
Judith N
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A good soak.

This is a great place to spend the afternoon for a 2 hour play in the hot water. A great variety of... read more

Reviewed 8 October 2018
GregB3653
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Reviewed 4 October 2016 via mobile

I think this spa is a bit underrated on TA, at least I was positively surprised. I visited it on weekend at the end of the day and it was not very crowded despite it's relatively small. Unpretentious but very well designed. Plenty of parking available nearby. The facility is modern, from lockers to saunas, very clean, and there are both inside and outside swimming pools with nearly all imaginable types of water jets and whirlpools and jacuzzi available. Whirlpool beds in the outside pool seem most popular with visitors, buts various underwater jets inside are fun too. And finally, don't miss saunas and steam bath on the 1st floor.

Overall perfect place to relax after full day of hiking to Pont d'Espagne and Lac de Gaube.

I spent 4 days in the area and visited 3 different SPAs - this one, Luzea in Luz St Sauveur and famous Aquensis. Bains du Rocher was definitely the best one!

Date of experience: August 2016
3  Thank Elena885
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Reviewed 30 August 2016

I visited this particular Spa a few times through the year.
The friendly staff quickly direct you and then you have two hours of all types of water "fun" From water jets massaging your muscles to a sauna and steam room. Many other activities, fitness and water aerobics to massages / face and body care and much more.
The main component is two pools, each with various water jets and streams - hot and cold to soothe sore muscles. Seat and beds, jacuzzis and more. All have water and bubble jets - at various heights and positions. The Spa uses natural hot spring water which are winter and summer at about 33C. The one pool is indoors while the other is situated outside, overlooking the beautiful Cauterets and towering mountains.
A small hot (38C) bath and a shallow one for the young (33C).
There is also a Spa Cafe that can be reach from within the Spa area - or for just the one who want to relax and drink a coffee or juice - beer or wine.
Only certain bathing costumes are allowed and so are footware. Find out before going - OR buy for a small fee the correct attire at the front desk - Sandals/swimming trunks ( you keep) and towel for about 13Euro.

Date of experience: August 2016
2  Thank Felix13Fell
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Reviewed 18 December 2015 via mobile

We bought the tickets together with the sky day at Cauterets. They didn't mentioned the rules about the specific style of wet suits for men. The only option was to buy wet suits for 10€, otherwise all our friends couldn't enter.
We haven't received our money back and their service has been nasty.

Bad service, not nice at all at the entrance.

Date of experience: December 2015
4  Thank Paz P
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Reviewed 4 October 2015

preatty place, many pools with special watter things. and one of the most special things is that they have a pool outside with the mountins view! the water is not very hot, so people who suffer from cold shouldn't go there in the winter

Date of experience: September 2015
1  Thank Daniellelang
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Reviewed 9 September 2015

Amazing. Good value for a family of 4 cost around £50 for two hours, best thermal baths I have ever been to. Located in a beautiful village, a visit here after a long summer hike or day spent skiing in the winter would be heaven.

Date of experience: August 2015
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