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Mineralbad Leuze

Open today: 6:00 AM - 9:00 PM
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We went there for a sauna day. It’s definitely affordable and close to the center of Stuttgart. You... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Katarina M
via mobile
A nice mineral bath - especially since the remodeling some years ago

If you wanted to swim in mineral water, this is a good place to do so, with areas both inside and... read more

Reviewed 18 June 2018
Stuttgart, Germany
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Am Leuzebad 2, 70190 Stuttgart, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany
+49 711 21699700
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

We went there for a sauna day. It’s definitely affordable and close to the center of Stuttgart. You can even take a nice walk through the Schloss Garten to get to Stuttgart if you choose. It’s a clean sauna and there is nice space to...More

2  Thank Katarina M
Reviewed 18 June 2018

If you wanted to swim in mineral water, this is a good place to do so, with areas both inside and outside. Most adult Germans will head to the saunas instead, which are an affordable alternative to Schwaben-Quellen in Moehringen.

1  Thank ExpatriateInGermany
Reviewed 3 March 2018

Perhaps I am over sensitive however I wish they had signs in sauna in other languages other than in German as there is a lot of tourists there as well. Place itself is not so clean as you would expect. Its slightly outdated too. Good...More

3  Thank Elena V
Reviewed 25 January 2018

A place to relax... not cheap the entry but you get a relaxing brake in a place that offers a lot: a sauna space including panoramic sauna and in the swimm area pools (indoor and outdoor) with sparkeling water with diferent water temperatures. The outside...More

1  Thank Magalante
Reviewed 22 December 2017

I went there with my boyfriend on Valentine's Day, early at around 15:00 (3pm). It wasn't busy at all. The facilities are really nice (change rooms, lockers). We mainly stayed in the big pool and in the heated tubs (?), which was fun. I would...More

1  Thank christene r
Reviewed 8 October 2017

Visited Daas Leuze mineralbad in early September. It’s a clean, well run bath, and wellness place. I cannot fault the swimming lay out of the place…. But I have few gripes, Like the warm bubble bath ( warmsprudelbecken) , brilliant nice cycle of various massaging...More

1  Thank pip_919
Reviewed 13 September 2017

it was a coolish day when we visited so we were less interested in the outside pools, but luckily the heated indoor pools were available! I expected this place to be a bit more relaxing and authentic and less like little kiddy friendly pools!

1  Thank LivActually
Reviewed 25 May 2017 via mobile

Wonderful price! Great balance price/quality. Also impressed by the number of saunas. At the 4th floor it's possible to sunbathe and enjoy city view.

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Reviewed 14 March 2017 via mobile

Mineralbad Leuze is by far one of the best sauna and relaxation complexes I have ever visited. It's is clean, well maintained and has a very relaxed clientele. The staff don't speak much English and my German isn't great but they were happy enough to...More

4  Thank Jane B
Reviewed 4 February 2017

What a great place to relax for the day. The water was very nice. There are many different saunas from traditional log cabin to glass enclosed with a view of the city.

2  Thank mattkurth
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3 September 2016|
Response from DagHammarskjold | Reviewed this property |
Here you need to wear proper swim attire (no nudity at all) and you are required to shower before you enter the bath. The changing rooms are separate for women/men and boys/girls but in Europe people swim in one pool. You... More
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Response from Bumbleboo | Reviewed this property |
It was always safe for me, we are not living in South Africa or London and Germany is generally safe maybe now with the exception of the mass of refugees but they're not going to spend time in Leuze or any mineral bath! So... More