Luxembourg’s Indoor Pools

Want to get fit in 2023? Here are some of our favourite places in Luxembourg for an indoor dip!
14 January 2023

We love a good winter swim, and so we’ve compiled a list of some of our favourite indoor pools in Luxembourg.

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Les Thermes (Strassen)

You’ll see Les Thermes long before you hit it; with its distinctive, massive, spaceship-like exterior. Along with the swimming pool, Les Thermes contains a training pool with adjustable depth, an 80m long slide, bubble jet massage and a wave pool. What places it at the top of our list are the other facilities: a fantastic restaurant, an indoor playground for little ones, a beauty salon and of course, the spa with its extensive facilities.

Address: Rue des Thermes, L-8018 Strassen
Tel: +352 27 03 00 27
Hours: Click here for the most up-to-date timetable
Entrance fee: (dependent on duration of session) Adults – €7.00 to €13.50; €18.00 for a full day adult pass. Children (5 to 17 year olds) – €4.00 to €9.30; €12.90 for a full day child pass. Children under 4 – €2.50

Centre Aquatique d’Coque (Kirchberg)

The d’Coque “Centre Aquatique” is a favorite due to its location and its Olympic-sized pool and diving platforms (1m, 3m, 5m, 7.5m, 10m), a beginners’ pool, a whirlpool, a paddling pool (heated to a toasty 32ºC for tots), solariums, a fitness suite and a lounge area.

Address: 2, rue Léon Hengen, L-1745 Kirchberg
Tel: +352 43 60 60 1
Hours: Monday from 12pm to 10pm/ Tuesday-Friday from 8am-10pm/ Saturday from 10am – 8pm/ Sunday from 10am-6pm.
Entrance fee: Single entry: Adults – €4.50; Children – €2.30; Family- €12.90 (Parents and children, 4 people max)/Year pass: Adults – €320; Children – €165 (click here for more pricing options and reduced fees)

Syrdall Schwemm (Niederanven)

A wonderful swimming arena with top-notch facilities: indoor pool, outdoor pool, children’s pool, recreational pool, float pool… and that’s before you throw in the waterfalls, slides and waterfall. Great value for money compared to similar style pools. There is also a fabulous restaurant where the whole family can eat after swimming, as well as a restaurant pool-side which doesn’t require getting changed and means you can jump right back in!

Address: 3 Routscheed, L-6939 Niederanven
Tel: +352 34 93 63 – 1
Hours: Dependent on swim-school (when pool is closed). Complete hours are listed here.
Entrance fee: (dependent on duration of session) Complete list of prices here.

Centre Aquatique “AquaNat’our” (Hosingen)

A good 50 minutes drive from the city center, but worth it; AquaNat’our boasts over 3,500m² of aquatic fun. What makes this center special is that the depth of the pool is set differently for all the different classes and courses, so that certain fitness equipment can be used in the water. Also, ideal for families with its big red slide, water jets and paddling pool.

Address: 1A Parc, L-9836 Hosingen
Tel: +352 24 51 99 00
Hours: Complete list of hours here
Entrance fee: (dependent on duration of session) Adults – €6.50 to €13; Children (6 to 16-year-olds) – €4 to €9.70; Children under 6 – free. More information on pricing here.

Centre de Relaxation Aquatique Badanstalt (city centre)

Right in the heart of the city, this historic building includes a swimming pool with whirlpools and two sauna cabinets, a steam room, solarium and a little gym.

Address: 12 Rue des Bains, L-1212 Luxembourg City
Tel: +352 47 96 25 50
Hours & Entrance fees: You can find the most up-to-date information here

Piscine Municipale de Bonnevoie (Bonnevoie)

Good central location, includes both a large (3,8m depth; 6 lanes) and a small (1.25m depth) swimming pool, a gym, steam room, solarium and cafeteria. While it lacks a slide, we love it because the entry fee is so low, and it is almost never crowded.

Address: 30 Rue Sigismond, L-2537 Bonnevoie, Luxembourg
Tel: +352 47 96 34 71
Hours & Entrance Fees: You can find the most up-to-date information here.

Centre de Natation An der Schwemm (Bettembourg)

Includes both a 25m swimming pool, training pool, steam room, solarium, sauna and relaxation room. Also features a 40m slide with sound effects, which pleases the teens no end. Something to remember: les short américains (long swimming trunks) are strictly forbidden.

Address: 10 Rue James-Hillard Polk, L-3275 Bettembourg
Tel: +352 26 52 95 1
Hours: Varies according to the school schedule (click here for full hours)
Entrance fee: (dependent on duration of session/ click here for rates).

Nordpool (Colmar-Berg)

A water-lovers paradise – 2 swimming pools, a training pool, a pool for non-swimmers with an artificial river, whirlpool, solarium and cafeteria. There’s also an 80m long slide and a pirate-themed wading pool. Those long swimming trunks are a no-no here too.

Address: Rue de l’Ecole, L-7730 Colmar-Berg
Tel: +352 83 55 43 341
Hours & Entrance Fee: You can find the most up-to-date information here.

Les Bains du Parc (Esch-sur-Alzette)

Includes a large pool, training pool and children’s pool, Les Bains du Parc even has an outdoor pool that is heated to 29/30°C and is open all year round! Big slide, sauna, solarium, a bistro and terrace also make this a welcoming place to relax or splash.

Address: Place des Sacrifiés 1940-1945, L-4115 Esch-sur-Alzette
Tel: +352 26 53 13 53
Hours: Monday-Sunday (every day is different, best to check the hours here)
Entrance fee:  You can find the most up-to-date rates here.

Aquasud (Differdange)

Aquasud sets out to impress with multiple pools, lots of jets,  slides and access to a warm outdoor pool all year round. You can do serious lengths or to splash around and enjoy. Aqua-fitness classes available. No long shorts please.

Address: 1 Rue Jeannot Kremer, 4671 L-Differdange
Tel: +352 27 32 83 1
Hours: Check the hours here.
Entrance fee:  You can find the most up-to-date rates here.