If there is one thing Berlin is famous for, it’s the saunas! After a jam packed day of sight seeing and tours, there is nothing better than putting your feet up and refreshing yourself in a nice relaxed sauna. From relaxed family orientated saunas, to adult only saunas, there are so many in Berlin that you may require a little assistance in combing the good from the not so good.
With this in mind, we have come up with an overview of the best saunas in Berlin, so that you enjoy a nice relaxed atmosphere without straying into the wrong place or ending up in a facility where people tend to giggle and point! For a look into the best saunas in Berlin, just keep reading:
This is perhaps the best family orientated sauna in Berlin. It has two decent sized saunas, a steam bath and even something called a “snoring room” where you can actually take a quick nap! Complimenting its spiffy interior is a selection of gorgeous relaxing music and colourful lights. At around eight Euros per adult and discounted prices per child, it begs to be visited after a hard days walk!
Though it only has one spacious sauna and is found above Stadtbad Mitte (pictured above), the incredibly friendly and welcoming staff combined with the lounging chairs and diving pool make it one of the best saunas in Berlin! It’s usually populated with young and hip Berlin students so there is always someone interesting to talk to. The price is only five Euros for children and eight for adults – bargain!
This is by far one of the most relaxed places in Berlin and is intended for women only – sorry fellas! It offers women a chance to get away from it all and relax in an environment where they can feel at ease. It’s got a lovely little Turkish bath as well as a Finnish sauna and a fantastic masseuse who can really work her magic on you. If you’re a girl who has been rushed on her feet all day, then get yourself Hamam for some essential “me time!”
Spas on the Highway
This is one of the biggest saunas in Berlin. It has four very large sauna rooms and three steam rooms! If that wasn’t enough to persuade you to visit, then how about a thirty degree pool – tempting yes? The extremely pleasant staff and the very friendly regulars make it a sauna not to be missed.
Far from being the largest sauna in Berlin but definitely one of the best kept. The staff and owners put an incredible amount of effort into the place to make it as beautiful and relaxing as possible – and I assure it works! From the candles and soft music, to the fresh fruit at the bar, it’s as close to heaven as you’ll get in Berlin.
This is by far a local favourite. It’s not just a relaxing sauna filled with friendly Berliners and helpful staff as well as a plunge pool. It’s also got a luscious five hundred square meter garden which is perfect absorbing some of the beautiful German sun. The only real downside is that it is unfortunately closed on the weekends!