Vesterbro Svømmehal

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Facility Overview

Facility Name
Vesterbro Svømmehal
Address
Angelgade 4, Vesterbro
Copenhagen (København), Copenhagen County 1765
DENMARK
Telephone
33 66 33 70

Adult Admission Price & Policy

Drop-in/Casual
Standard tariff: DKK 45. Weekdays before 3 PM DKK 25. [August, 2019]
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Full-Size, Year-Round Pools & Boards

Pool 1
25m x 12.5m, 6 lanes, 1.1m - 3.8m depth , indoors , 27ºC (79ºF).
Diving
One 1m diving board and one 3m diving board.

Location

County/Region
Copenhagen County
GPS
55.664600, 12.538721

Teams That Use This Facility

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Facility Notes

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Facility Reviews

I liked the pool a lot - it has two saunas (infrared and regular); it’s very clean; and it has pull buoys, kickboards and fins for public use.
A modern, well appointed, and well maintained local facility with gender segregated changing facilities. The lockers are electronically controlled and require users to select a 4-digit PIN: watch the video on the facility's website to see how the system works.

At many pools, users are enjoined to shower before entering the water: an injunction that is usually met with cursory compliance, if at all. Things are different at Vesterbro: users comply to the letter! The practice here (on the men's side, at least) is for users, once divested of their street clothes, to proceed completely naked from the locker room to the shower area, carrying their swimming things with them. Wall diagrams in the shower area specify the parts of one's anatomy that are required to be washed with soap, before putting on one's trunks and going forward to the pool itself (liquid soap dispensers are situated beside every shower head).

On my visit (early on a Sunday morning), two lanes in the centre of the pool were roped for lap swimming: neither had more than about four users at any one time. The remainder of the pool - on either side of the roped lap lanes - was available for general use. Kickboards, etc. were freely available. The water quality was outstanding (as it should be, given that users were all well scrubbed before going in). Although the facility was generally very clean and appeared to be well managed, the walls at each of the pool ends were decidedly grubby at the waterline (length-wise, the water level was flush with the pool side). It is to be hoped that someone is soon charged with setting about the grime with a scrubbing brush and washing soda!
[April, 2015]