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Indoor swimming pools

by Sarita Rao 8 min. 21.11.2022
Fancy a swim, splash or sauna? Here's a list of indoor swimming pools in the Grand Duchy
You can still get plenty of aerobic exercise during the winter months at these swimming pools, some with hammams and saunas
You can still get plenty of aerobic exercise during the winter months at these swimming pools, some with hammams and saunas
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A swim is a great way to keep fit, exhaust your children, or just relax after a hard week of work, particularly in the winter months. Here's our list of places you can go for a swim.

If we've missed an indoor pool, let us know and we can add it to the list. 

An der Schwemm – Bettembourg

Lane swimming or diving, or just having a splash round, this pool also has a great toboggan slide, and a sauna. It runs swimming courses and camps for kids and water fitness classes. General entry costs €4.50 for an adult and €2.50 for children and teens for a 1.5 hour swim. There is a sauna and steam room too. Children must be accompanied by a legal guardian. Watch out, as shorts are not allowed. 

Badanstalt – Luxembourg City

Outside the Badanstalt on rue des Bains Photo: Pierre Matgé
Outside the Badanstalt on rue des Bains Photo: Pierre Matgé

Forced to close last month due to a fire in the restaurant next door, this centre for aquatic relaxation is again open every day except Mondays (since 11 November) except on public holidays and for maintenance in September/October. You can treat yourself to whirlpools and water jets, two saunas, a steam bath, solarium, and fitness room. 

Children under three go free, and it's €1,70 for children up to 15 years, and €3,40 for adults, with additional costs for the sauna and solarium. The pool is open Tuesday to Friday from 8.00 to 21.30, on Saturday from 8.00 to 20.00, and Sunday 8.00 to 12.00. You can hire towels and bathrobes. 

D'Coque – Kirchberg

This aquatic centre has an Olympic competition pool, an Olympic training pool, a diving pool plus an ordinary pool, and another which increases in depth. There's also one for toddlers. 

Children under 10 years must be accompanied by an adult. It's open daily (check times here) and costs €4,50 for adults or €2,30 for children. Adults can also book aqua fit lessons and there are swimming lessons for children and babies. 

If you park in the D'Coque car park you'll get three free hours of parking whilst you swim. 

Escher Schwemm – Esch-sur-Alzette

Equipped with five swimming lanes, these swimming baths also offers an outside play pool heated to 30-31⁰ for year-round use, with water jets and a massage bench. Inside, a heated pool has a small water slide and mushroom cascade for younger swimmers, and a giant water slide that descends 40m into its own pool. 

Entry is free for children under three years, €3 for those aged 4-11 years and €6 for adults for a 3 hour swim. You'll find opening times here.  

Réidener Schwemm – Rédange-sur-Attert

A large swimming pool, children's pool with water attractions, a 45m-long waterslide and a whirlpool provide family fun. There's also a fitness and sauna area and brasserie. 

The website lists times when the pool is open. It costs adults €4,50 and children €3,50 for a one hour swim, but you can book to swim for longer for a slightly higher entrance fee. There's a sauna on-site too. 

Syrdall Schwemm – Niederanven

With a glass facade offering a panoramic view, this state-of-the-art swimming facility offers a 25m pool for swimming laps, a leisure pool with water jets, a baby pool and a 65m-long water slide with an in-built sound system. There are also diving boards. 

Prices start at €3 for children more than 4 years (free for younger ones) and €5 for adults (16 years plus) for a 1.5 hour visit.  Children under 12 years must be accompanied by an adult.

There are Finnish indoor and outdoor saunas, a bio one, and an aroma Hammam. You can find opening times and prices for the saunas here

Aquasud – Oberkorn

Aquasud in Oberkorn Photo: Claude Piscitelli
Aquasud in Oberkorn Photo: Claude Piscitelli

Opened in 2014 and covering 10,000 sqm, Aquasud incorporates eight indoor and outdoor pools, with bubble benches, hydromassage nozzles, a wild-water river current, an activity pool with a moving floor, and a giant pool slide. The wellness centre has indoor and outdoor wood-fired saunas and a steam room. 

Open seven days a week (times listed here) entry is €5,50 for adults and €4,50 for children under 16 years and students under 27 years, and free for children under 4 years. 

Les Thermes – Strassen

A modern swimming centre with a 25m-long pool equipped with diving boards, a learning pool, a baby pool, a whirlpool, an 80m-long slide and a 30m-long turbo-slide. 

Les Thermes also offers wellness facilities including six saunas, two steam baths and a solarium, plus beauty and massage treatments. 

Open 7 days a week, a 1.5 hour swim costs €7 for adults, €4 for children and €2.50 for children under 4 years. A 4-hour swim will set you back approximately double the price. In the summer there are loungers and tables in a nice grassy area. 

Pidal – Walferdange

Set within a lovely landscaped area, the Pidal pool caters to those who swim for exercise and family fun. Its second floor and above contains a spa offering a sea water pool, various saunas and beauty treatments and a fitness room with gym equipment. 

Entry to the swimming pool costs €5.50 per adult and €3 for children up to 4-12 years. For children under four, it is free.

Swimsuits must be designed for that purpose (ie no shorts), and you must take a shower before you enter the pool. Children under 4 years must be accompanied in the water by an adult. You'll find opening times here

AquaNat'Our – Hosingen

Here you'll find 3,500 sqm dedicated to sports, leisure and recreation for families, sports enthusiasts and professional swimmers. The water park features a pool for laps, trampolines, a learning pool, a paddling pool and the Red Slide. The 'sauna world' includes indoor saunas, a hammam, a cold water basin and an outdoor sauna. 

Open daily, a 2 hour swim costs €3.50/€5.90 for children children aged 6-16 years and adults, whilst the sauna costs €7.50/€17.00 per  child/adult for 3 hours.

Den Nordpool – Colmar-Berg

Den Nordpool, Colmar Berg Photo: Charlot Kuhn
Den Nordpool, Colmar Berg Photo: Charlot Kuhn

Themed family fun with a children's pool featuring a pirate ship, a paddlng pool equipped with a mushroom cascade and the Mamba water slide – 80m long. In addition, there is a whirlpool and giant hamman. 

Children aged 5-14 pay €3 for two hours, adults (15 years plus) pay €5. You can find details of opening hours here

Krounebierg - Mersch 

The aquatic centre is a family oasis with pools for all levels from babies and toddlers to experienced athletes. There's a toboggan and water games both inside and outside, and a wellness area with various saunas, a hammam, whirlpools and a terrace with a panoramic view of the valley. Every month it also holds a midnight sauna. 

A two hour swim costs €4 for children aged 4-14 years and €6 for adults. You can swim for an hour or take a day ticket. Opening times and a full price list is given here

Other indoor pools

The following indoor swimming pools don't have as many slides or wellness facilities, but are still good for a swim or splash and most have a sauna. These include Bonnevoie, Belair (weekends only), Schifflange, Steinfort, Wiltz and Wincrange, Echternach and Diekirch

The PiKo pool in Rodange is currently closed for refurbishment.


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