The Silvretta Center comprises an adventure pool with sauna landscape, a bowling alley, and a restaurant, all under one roof.
The Silvretta Center in Ischgl is considered one of the most beautiful leisure centres of Tyrol. It comprises an indoor pool with spa, a bowling alley, a restaurant, gaming machines, and an event hall. The Adventure Pool Silvretta Center (Erlebnisbad Silvretta Center) features a constant water temperature of 28 degrees C, as well as a waterfall, the flow stream pool, and massage jets.
The sauna landscape of the Adventure Pool Silvretta Center, however, includes sauna, steam bath, infrared cabin and tanning beds, various massages and cosmetics treatments: of course the classical massages that relieve body tensions, but also hot stone and Ayurveda massages, aroma and anti cellulite massages, or a traditional Thai massage.
However, also the roundabout offer is worth mentioning, which includes a restaurant in the foyer with regional and international specialities, an event centre e.g. for soccer transmissions on large screen, as well as a conference room. The bowling alley with darts is by the way an ideal ambience for a birthday party. In summer, you can find the Silvretta Forest Pool at the border of Ischgl.
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day ticket - swimming pool:
€ 10.00 adults, young people (15-18 years)
€ 7.00 children (6-14 years)
€ 23.00 family ticket (with 1 child)
€ 29.00 family ticket (with 2 children)
€ 6.00 each additional child
free for children under 6 years
free with the Silvretta Card PREMIUM
day ticket - swimming pool with sauna:
€ 16.00 adults, young people (15-18 years)
€ 10.00 adults (with the Silvretta Card PREMIUM)
€ 10.00 children (10-14 years)
Sauna open daily from 11 am to 10 pm, access for children only if accompanied by their parents. The facility stays closed from Sept 20 to Nov 24, 2021.
The inauguration of the new Silvretta Thermal Baths, featuring 1,000 sqm of water surface and 1,500 sqm of sauna world, is scheduled to take place by the end of 2022.