Following the latest decisions of the Swiss Confederation in the fight against the spread of the coronavirus, our establishment is fully open from May 31st.
Following the exceptional measures taken in the context of the pandemic, the gifcards and invites’ deadline are extended of the duration of the closing time (3 months in 2020, 7 months in 2021).
We will allow swimming shorts providing they are above the knee in length. Generally speaking however, any loose or long clothing is prohibited on health and safety grounds.
We do not hire out swimming equipment but swimsuits, trunks, towels and other items are on sale in our shop.
You must ask your doctor’s advice before visiting the Baths. If your doctor gives you the go-ahead, saunas, hammams and jets should be avoided and swims should be kept very brief.
We recommend you to wear a dry bathing suit or underwear. For Thai massage and Shiatsu please wear loose clothing or a jogging.
We do not have Wifi at the Baths but network access is available at the Grand-Hôtel by request.
Yes, however the outdoor pools may be closed temporarily during severe storms.
You may visit the homepage of the Swiss Federal Office of Meteorology
We do not offer specific massages for pregnant women. Moreover, you must ask your doctor’s advice before booking a treatment.
A lot of clients visit the Baths to relax which is not necessarily compatible with the presence of young children. In addition, the depth of the pools is not suitable for very young children in the interests of safety.
It is possible to pay in Euros but we only accept notes and provide change in Swiss francs.
We do accept Reka-Checks but we do not provide change.
We do not have a picnic area. A bar is available serving various sandwiches, drinks and other snacks.
The car parks for the Baths and the hotel are free of charge.
Les Bains de Lavey, Route des Bains 48, 1892 Lavey-les-Bains
The temperature of the large outdoor pool and the indoor pool is between 34°C and 36°C while the Olympic swimming pool is 32°C (temperatures may vary depending on weather conditions and wind). The depth of the large outdoor pool is 1m30 and the Olympic pool and the indoor pool range in depth from 1m10 to 1m60.
Swimming caps are not compulsory but long hair must be tied back.