Sole Uno, the Rheinfelden thermal baths

by | Nov 30, 2018 | Neighbouring countries, Open on sundays, Various (when it rains), Wellness | 0 comments


Sole Uno is the name of thermal baths located in Switzerland, more precisely in Rheinfelden, very close to Basel. It is really easy to get there from Alsace.

The thermal water directly comes through a pipeline from the Saline Rheinfleden-Riburg. It is known for providing numerous benefits to the skin, muscles, joints, blood circulation and so on…

The place is very pleasant. It includes bathing facilities (bathing suit is mandatory), sauna facilities (it is naturist, wearing a bathing suit is forbidden) and a massage lounge. I, for one, stayed in the bathing facilities, where there was already a lot to do. At Sole Uno, you will find indoor and outdoor pools with jets, a salt water pool where you float while listening to underwater music, hot and cold water baths, aromatic steam baths with different flagrance, tropical and alpine showers and finally a salt inhalation grotto. Definitely enough things to try out to have a lovely time!

I liked

  • The variety of baths available
  • The ideal water temperature in large pools
  • It’s open every day until 10.30 pm. It’s very pleasant to spend an evening there.

I liked a little less

  • It’s more expensive than thermal baths in Germany, but that’s how Switzerland is!
  • Parking is not free


It is forbidden to take pictures, so I invite you to have a look at the website Sole Uno in Rheinfelden.

Practical information

Prices and opening times

You will find here the prices and opening times of the Rheinfelden thermal baths. The ticket gives you access to all facilities (additional charges for massages of course).

Here are the parking prices for Sole Uno.

Getting here

By car

The address is as follows: Roberstenstrasse 31 à Rheinfelden in Switzerland. Sole Uno is located:

  • 64 km from Mulhouse (about 55 minutes drive)
  • 90 km from Colmar (about 1h05 drive)
  • 160 km from Strasbourg (about 1h45 drive)
By public transport

From France, it is possible to take a train to Basel (see times on the SNCF website). You will then have to take a train to Rheinfelden (Lasts about 15 minutes. There are very regular trains: see times on the CFF website. It is also easy to buy a ticket a Basel train station). You will then have to walk for about 15 minutes or take the bus n°86 and stop at the bus stop Parkresort.

Feeling peckish?

If you are hungry, there are two restaurants at Sole Uno. I have not tried them.



Laurène est la créatrice du blog Mon week-end en Alsace. Bretonne installée en Alsace depuis 2014, elle est tombée amoureuse de sa région d'adoption au point de lui dédier un blog et d'acheter avec son mari une maison alsacienne dans un village du Kochersberg, près de Strasbourg. A pied, à vélo, sur ses chevaux ou au volant de sa Fiat 500, elle aime partir explorer les moindres recoins de l'Alsace pour dénicher de bonnes adresses à partager sur le blog.


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