At the end of Lake Neuchâtel and at the foot of the Jura, in a wooded park, the Yverdon-les-Bains Thermal Centre offers you an ideal setting to relax. The mild climate, the beauty of the landscape in a city setting and the benefits of the sulphurous waters (high sulphur content) are our main assets.
- The indoor and outdoor thermal pools have a water temperature of 34°C.
- The outdoor "playful" thermal swimming pool is at 32°C in winter and 28°C in summer.
Our wealth, the sulphurous thermal water was known in Roman times and was exploited as early as the Middle Ages. The new spring, tapped in 1982, has a flow rate of 60 l/s. and a temperature of 29°C.
This water is reputed to be excellent for the joints, respiratory tract and stomach, but also for the muscles. It is a source of well-being, relaxation and entertainment.
|Entrance fees : 3 hours access to the facilities|
(or unlimited time with the Relaxation supplement)
New prices from the 1st of March 2023:
Adult (from 16 years old)
Supplement Relaxation area
|Children (from 0 to 3 years old)||Free|
|Children (from 4 to 15 years old)|
Children aged 0-14 years must be accompanied by an adult
|Groups (over 20 Children) must contact firstname.lastname@example.org at least 48 hours prior their visit to obtain group prices.|
|1Subscriptions Swimming pools|
*on presentation of student card
1subscription holder: CHF 10.00
- Children under 14 years of age must be accompanied by an adult.
- A bathing time of about 20 minutes is medically recommended.
- An adult can be responsible for a maximum of 5 children. For example: it takes at least 2 adults to accompany 6 children.
The Grand Hôtel & Centre Thermal offers 116 spacious and elegant rooms to make your stay a pleasant one.
La Rotonde Restaurant offers refined cuisine in a warm, gentle and intimate environment.
Seminars, banquets or weddings, we offer a wide range of rooms of different sizes and with a unique atmosphere, divided between the castle and the Entremonts villa. Their capacity varies from 10 to 200 participants.