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We were staying a few days in Bad Windsheim and decided to try this place one evening. The people at our hotel encouraged us. Unfortunately at check-in nobody spoke English (except us!). We managed to find the dressing rooms, change into our swimsuits, and jump...More
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KathrinB604, Leiter Öffentlichkeitsarbeit at Franken-Therme Bad Windsheim, responded to this reviewResponded 11 October 2018
Thank you for taking your time to write us a review! We really appreciate it as every thorough and detailed feedback can help us to improve. It´s good to hear you had a relaxing stay at Franken-Therme and that you enjoyed “floating” in our various...More
This is our 2nd visit to this Therme and I can only say (after stayed in Spas and visited other similar places) this is unique as it has a very high salt content (in the Salzsee) and reminds of the Death Sea . As no...More
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Kathrin B, Leiter Öffentlichkeitsarbeit at Franken-Therme Bad Windsheim, responded to this reviewResponded 6 June 2018
Thank you for that nice review! We’re happy you had a good time at Franken-Therme Bad Windsheim and we obviously love to hear that you enjoyed a relaxing and peaceful stay. Hope you think about a third visit already. ;-)
We look forward to welcoming...More
Couldn't get in for facial or massage for 2-3 weeks. So plan ahead. It's very pretty inside. I hear the saltpool is very relaxing and good foryou.
Thank Pixie L
Kathrin B, Bereichsleitung Marketing at Franken-Therme Bad Windsheim, responded to this reviewResponded 27 December 2017
Thanks for your review, Pixie L!
You’re perfectly right. At this time of the year, we recommend you to plan and book your treatment 4-6 weeks in advance. We look forward to your next visit!
Your team of Franken-Therme Bad Windsheim
The baths are pretty good and floating outside is a nice twist to the ther.ic baths. I quickly became a bit bored with simply floating around. A nice feature is that there are no noisy kids running around.More
Thank Tobias U
Kathrin B, Bereichsleitung Marketing at Franken-Therme Bad Windsheim, responded to this reviewResponded 21 December 2017
Thanks for your review, Tobias U! We appreciate you feedback. In fact, our pools at Franken-Therme Bad Windsheim – and all our facilities in general – focus on relaxation. We don’t offer water slides or wave pools, but concentrate on features like massage jets or...More
10 minutes walk from the train station in Bad Windsheim, the Franken_Thermen is one of the most relaxing pool complexes I have known in Germany!
The complex has different salt water pools of varying saturation included in the normal price and you can upgrade for...More
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Kathrin B, Bereichsleitung Marketing at Franken-Therme Bad Windsheim, responded to this reviewResponded 26 October 2017
Thank you for your fantastic review! We obviously love to hear you had a great time at Franken-Therme and we’re happy (and a little bit proud as well) you enjoyed your “floating experience” in the Salzsee and in our 12%-pool.
Hope you visit us again...More
After traveling for days, this was very relaxing "time out". The salt baths with varying levels of salinity allows you to just float and soak away aches and stiffness. The aromatic steam bath was also nice before we showered off.
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I looked on the website for you and the prices vary from €10.5 for 2.5 hours to €16.50 for a day ticket. The salt lake costs an extra €2.5. I couldn't find a desperate price for children or family groups. They do not allow... More
I looked on the website for you and the prices vary from €10.5 for 2.5 hours to €16.50 for a day ticket. The salt lake costs an extra €2.5. I couldn't find a desperate price for children or family groups. They do not allow entry to children under 6 & their only group discounts are for groups of 20 or more. If you are staying in the town you will get a discount with your spa card. If you go back onto the German website and look under entrittspreise. That should give you more information. Hope this helps. We found it very relaxing on both visits.