Hammam and Spa: Bain Bleu

I was delighted to discover this place a couple of weeks ago! It was a sunny day in Geneva, I had no particular plans for the day, so I decided to hop on and try this new place everyone is talking about.

Photo Courtesy of Bain Bleu Hammam & Spa

Photo Courtesy of Bain Bleu Hammam & Spa

I only tried the “Bains” and not the “Hammam” since you have to pay a little more and it also takes more time. I preferred to start with the simple package and just enjoy the pools and relaxing areas.Geneva Blog: Bain Bleu

The changing area and all the facilities are super clean, everything is well kept and there is keen attention to detail. I went to all the places you can go with the BAINS access: the inside pool, the small hammam, the relaxing area, the outside pool and the Bistro Lounge.

Photo Courtesy of Bain Bleu Hammam & Spa

Photo Courtesy of Bain Bleu Hammam & Spa

After a strolling an dipping in the pools I got a little hungry, so I go myself the small menu that included: a small salad a mini sandwich and a drink ♥. Their Bistro Lounge is perfect for a small treat in the middle of your treatments or for a coffee or tea!Geneva Blog: Bain Bleu

The salad was suer fresh and tasty and the sandwich great!

The salad was super fresh and tasty and the sandwich great!

It is the perfect plan to relax, swim a little bit and enjoy yourself. The outside pool is heated, of course, and has an amazing view to the lake and mountains! There are several areas with different pressure points, bubbles and massage waterjets. I would totally recommend this in either a girls go out plan, couple, friends or alone for a great ME-TIME 🙂

Furthermore, I would love to try the Hammam area too, but I guess this is more worth it when the weather is not to the rendez-vous since you stay inside for all the session.

I hope you will enjoy it as much as I did and let me know all about it in the comment section!

Love ♥

Things to know:

  • Take you own robe and towel. The robe is much more practical to walk around the facilities.
  • You need to use Swimsuit at all times.
  • Tuesday is only for Ladies!
  • If you are going during the weekend, go before 13:00 since after it gets pretty crowed.
  • Do not forget you flip-flops (you walk around the place a lot and it is more comfortable if you have flip-flops)
  • The changing rooms are clean and there are separate cabins to change.
  • There are hair-dryers available.
  • No time limit.
  • No need to take cash to pay in the cafeteria, you pay with you entry bracelet.

Useful Information:

Schedules : Mon – Sun: 9:00 – 21:30
Website: 
Bain Bleu Hammam & Spa
Price for Bains: 28 CHF
Price for Hammam: 42 CHF
Small Menu at Bistro Lounge: 11.5 CHF 
Facebook: Bain Bleu Hammam & Spa
Telephone for reservations:
+ 41 (0)22 318 48 28
Email: info@bain-bleu.ch
Address: (Genève Plage) Port noir, CH-1223 Cologny
TPG: Genève Plage ( Bus, 2, 6, E, G)

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2 comments

  1. Jennifer L says:

    Hi Diana! I’m so happy to have found your blog, I love it. I lived in Switzerland (German part) for a while after I met my now husband, who is Swiss. We’re back in the states and I miss a lot about living there, including the wellness centers! This place looks really nice. Btw, I love Mexico too, I spent a month in Merida (and a few other places) studying Spanish and it is beautiful.

    • Diana says:

      Hi Jennifer! Thank you so much for passing by!
      I hope you do not miss Switzerland too much, I know that I would, I am so happy here 🙂
      These types of comments and notes really make my day, I hope you will enjoy my upcoming articles!
      I just went to Merida for the holidays and it is soooooo beautiful, I am so blessed to be able to live between two beautiful countries.
      Wishing you all the best and hope to see you soon at livingeneva.com!
      Love,
      Diana

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