Welcome to Lohengrin Therme Bayreuth
Rest and recreation have become rare in our hectic life and a world which is getting more and more noisy. Right up to the gates of Bayreuth there is a place where nature – in combination with water and warmth - gives a good deal of health and well-being to people.
In the middle of nature – bedded between the spa park Eremitage, the marvellous summer home of Markgräfin (Countess) Wilhelmine, the nature resort Rotmain Valley, and the 18-hole championship golf course – Lohengrin Therme has been built within but two years and was opened on 22 November 1999. The spa is fed by the warm water of Friedrich Well, which was acknowledged as stately medical Well by five Bavarian ministries in 1993. The medical water comes up from a depth of 1,122 metres, has impressive 20,000 years of age, and keeps a temperature of + 36° C (about 95,5° F) at the bottom. But it is not just the water which makes the visit of Lohengrin Therme an experience. Beside of the “Thermenwelt”, the large-scale “Sauna World” and the “Lohengrin Spa” the Physiotherapy Lohengrin Therme, the In Balance Team as well as the Lohengrin Bistro will contribute to your well-being.