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Book a swimming slot at an indoor pool

by Sarita Rao 10 min. 15.05.2021
Many indoor swimming pools are open, but subject to Covid restrictions. We've put together a list, including how to book or reserve a timed slot for a swim or sauna
Timed slots of between 1.5 and 3 hours can be booked at various indoor pools and some saunas are open too
Timed slots of between 1.5 and 3 hours can be booked at various indoor pools and some saunas are open too
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As the weather is somewhat unpredictable these days, a swim is a great way to keep fit, exhaust your children, or just relax after a hard week of work.  

Most indoor pools are open again, but you many require that you reserve or pre-book a time slot. Not all facilities such as steam rooms, saunas or fitness rooms are operating, but where they are, we have included information on these too. 

An der Schwemm – Bettembourg

Under current restrictions, the large pool is reserved exclusively for swimmers and has been divided into 5 lanes. A maximum of 3 swimmers may be in the water at the same time per lane. 

Families living under one roof can also reserve the other swimming pool up to one week in advance, and come to play, swim or splash around. Reservations must be made by calling 265 295 210. 

Admission costs €4.50 for an adult and €2.50 for a child. Children must be accompanied by a legal guardian.  

You can find swimming time slots and general opening hours, plus more information on rules (such as not wearing shorts), here

The sauna reopened on 3 May but with restrictions.  Reservations can be made one week in advance after 14.00 (call the same telephone number listed above). 

Badanstalt – Luxembourg City

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

This centre for aquatic relaxation is open every day except Mondays. Unfortunately the whirlpools and water jets, two saunas, Turkish bath, solarium, and fitness room are not open currently, and neither are the collective changing rooms. 

However you can make reservations for the swimming pool on 4796-2550. Reservations are limited to the current week and Monday time slots can be reserved from 8.00 on the Saturday of the previous week. You can only reserve one slot at a time.

Children under three go free, and it's €1,70 for children up to 15 years, and €3,40 for adults. The pool is open Tuesday to Saturday from 8.00 to 20.00 and Sunday 8.00 to 12.00. 

You can find information on the sanitary requirements for all the VdL pools here, including opening times. 

D'Coque – Kirchberg

The aquatic centre, relaxation centre and massage/fitness rooms are open again, but you must register via their website here

Time slots for 10-23 May have been bookable since Friday 7 May at 16.30 for the 50m and 25m swimming pools, and since Thursday for the relaxation centre. The diving pool and paddling pool are both closed. New slots will be made available every few weeks. 

Each slot is for two hours and the pool is open Monday to Sunday. You can find more details of these here

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 4m-long giant water slide that descends 40m into its own pool. 

Entry is free for children under three years, €2 for those aged 4-11 years and €4 for adults. You do not need to reserve but numbers are restricted. The pool is currently open from 10.00 to 17.45. 

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. At present, the water attractions and slide are currently closed. There's also a fitness and sauna area and brasserie. 

You can reserve a spot at the sauna or a place in the swimming pool  on 23 62 00 32. The website lists times when the pool is open. Only the 2.5 hour tariff is available which for adults costs €6 and children €4 a swim. 

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. 

Currently admission is only possible by online reservation, whilst you pay at the pool cash desk via contactless payment terminals. You must wear a mask from the entrance to the changing rooms, and disinfect your hands. Shower and changing areas have a maximum number of people and you must keep a 2m distance inside the pool area, including the slide. 

Places in the swimming lanes can also be reserved, for a maximum time of 1.5 hours. You can stay up to 3 hours in the other swimming pools. Diving boards are not in use, but you can bring your own swimming aids. 

Prices start at €3 for children and €5 for adults (16 years plus) for a 1.5 hour visit (infants less than 4-years-old are free but you must still reserve a place for them).  Children under 12 years must be accompanied by an adult.

You can find a list of FAQs for reserving, paying for, or cancelling your reservation here, and you can reserve online 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, a fitness area with sauna, steam room and jacuzzi, a wellness area for massage and beauty treatments, and a lounge bar area.

Not all facilities are currently open and the pool is closed for cleaning until 17 May. Individuals can reserve online for the swimming lanes, aquagym and fitness centre, whilst families must reserve by telephone on 273 2831.

Open seven days a week (times listed here) entry is €5,50 for adults and €4,50 for children under 16 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, although these facilities are currently closed. 

Only 30 places are available for each reservation slot to swim, which can be reserved via their e-shop every Friday. Two-hour slots cost €4.

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. 

You must reserve a time slot for the swimming pool, sauna, sea water basin, or fitness area, which are all open. You can book a time here.  

Wearing a mask is mandatory when you enter the building, and can only be removed at the pool, or at the fitness machines. You are expected to vacate the changing rooms before the end of your time slot. Entry to the swimming pool costs €5.50 per adult and €3 for children up to 12 years. For children under four, it is free.

You must wear a bathing cap, 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. 

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 hamman, a cold water basin and an outdoor sauna. 

At present, only the pool with lanes is open and can be reserved (3 people per lane) for up to 2 hours Monday to Friday. The family pool areas are closed. The sauna is open seven days a week and can be booked for a 3 hour slot, as can the fitness centre. You can reserve online here

 Open daily, a swim costs €5.50 and the sauna €16.

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. 

Currently you can only book swimming lanes or a family (up to six people) can book the Mushroom and Caribbean boat pool area. The slide and whirlpool are closed. Time slots are 2 hours from entry to exit of the sports complex (so approx 1.5 hours in the pool). 

You can reserve tickets online here or on  835 543 341. You must print your digital booking confirmation and bring it to the checkout to pay for your swim via contactless payment. Wearing a mask is compulsory from the entrance to the showers after which a 2m distance must be kept. You can also use pool equipment you have brought with you.  

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

There following indoor swimming pools are open but subject to reservation : Mersch, Bonnevoie, Belair (weekends only), Schifflange, Steinfort, Wiltz and Wincrange, Echternach and Diekirch. The PiKo pool in Rodange is currently closed for refurbishment.

You can find a comprehensive list of all indoor and outdoor pools on the Visit Luxembourg website here.


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