The spirit of a bathing culture dating back thousands of years has been revitalised and given a new, modern interpretation. The thermal spa is dedicated to the wellbeing of its guests.
FORTYSEVEN offers a uniquely wide variety of services and facilities for physical and mental relaxation, creating a comprehensive wellbeing experience.
The new spa culture in Baden can be best experienced in the bubbling 47 C thermal water, which is processed to pleasant temperatures in the numerous indoor and outdoor pools. The sauna area and the elegant relaxation rooms are the ideal complement to a rejuvenating soak, while the rest area offers the chance to indulge in one of the many treatments. FORTYSEVEN’s own restaurant serves up a refined range of balanced, delicious dishes and rounds out this one-of-a-kind experience.
FORTYSEVEN creates moments of rejuvenation, wellbeing and mindfulness.
At the Place of Mindfulness, courses and workshops invite you to a moment of inner stillness. Find out more about the offer offer here.
It is not his first wellness project, but it may be his best: star architect Mario Botta has given the FORTYSEVEN building a modern, aesthetic symbol landmark for an entire city. Botta is from the Ticino, studied in Venice and worked for Le Corbusier, among others. He is known for his rational style with simple forms and the play of light and shadow.
The results are brilliant buildings that nevertheless appear light and elegant. This is also the case with his thermal spa in Baden, which relies on natural materials and artfully opens up to the river. The planning and construction of the facility together took almost 8 years. One of the best perspectives of the result is obtained from the opposite side of the river in Ennetbaden.
Current baths projects
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