Les Bains de Saillon

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Updated April 14, 2020.

Facility Overview

Facility Name
Les Bains de Saillon
Route du Centre Thermal 16
Saillon, Valais 1913
(027) 602 11 11

Adult Admission Price & Policy

"Standard" tariff: CHF 24.00, CHF 26.00, or CHF 28.00, depending on the date. Evening tariff (available after 6 PM): CHF 18.00. [May, 2020]
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Local Hotel(s)
Guests registered at the on-site Bains de Saillon Hotel: Free.
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Full-Size, Year-Round Pools & Boards

Pool 1
25m, 5 lanes, outdoors, heated, 28ºC (82ºF).


46.173503, 7.195698

Teams That Use This Facility

We have no web links or contact information for teams that train at this facility.

Facility Notes

Pricing for this facility varies by day: On most weekdays the price is CHF 24.00; on most Sundays the price is CHF 26.00; but sometimes, the CHF 26.00 price applies on a weekday; and if it's during a high season period, e.g., Christmas week through the week after New Year's Day, or the middle of April, the price goes up to CHF 28.00. There's a calendar that shows what price applies for every day of the year on the facility's website.

Facility Reviews

This is a four-pool complex. Three of the pools are leisure pools with water from warm springs and Jacuzzi-type beds. The fourth is a cooler 25m lap pool. This training pool is usually reasonably empty, so it's possible to do a work-out here even when the rest of the complex is jammed (as it often is). Admission to the complex is expensive but includes use of a new sauna/Turkish bath block, and the "thermal river" - a snaking channel of moving water. There are slides in the summer and grassy areas to lie out. This is more of a family afternoon out than a training destination, but ironically that may be why it is always possible to get a good work out here, if you don't mind being the odd one out.>br>[March, 2013]