Top 10 Wellness tips for Munich

MASEVEN City Guide

Time to take a break from everyday life.

Whether it’s a day at the thermal spa, a relaxing massage or a visit to the beauty salon – sometimes you just have to do something for your own well-being. Munich and the surrounding area offer a wide range of wellness activities. We present the top 10 wellness tips that you can reach in less than an hour from our two MASEVEN locations.

Our favorites around MASEVEN

Therme Erding

What would our wellness tips for Munich be without mentioning the thermal spa in Erding? Not only is it the most famous thermal spa in the Munich area, but also the largest in the world with 430,000 m². Basically, no wellness wish is left unfulfilled here. You’ll find a huge, multifaceted vitality and sauna area, as well as an almost equally large textile area. There is also an adventure area with fantastic slides for those who like it a little more exciting.

Müller'sches Volksbad

The Müller’sches Volksbad is one of the oldest public leisure facilities in Munich. Opened in 1901, the Art Nouveau building has been lovingly restored to its former glory. In addition to a large (31m pool) and a small (18m pool) swimming hall, the Müller’sches Volksbad has a Roman-Irish sweat bath with an open-air courtyard and massage options.

SoVital Spa

One of the few health and wellness centers in the Bavarian capital that don’t belong to a hotel, the SoVital Spa, boasts a wide range of services. The highlight certainly is the 2.5m x 2.5m floating pool, but the two salt caves with brine nebulization are also not something to be found every day. The Vaporium, as the aroma steam bath is called, is the perfect place to relax your muscles after a workout at a gentle 40°C.

Hamam Mathilden

This is an insider tip for those who want to honor the traditional Turkish bathing culture. The name “Hamam” lives up to its promise. An entirely oriental-style spa – and if the design is not enough to give you an authentic feeling, let the rasul convince you. The on-site masseurs also have an impressive repertoire of techniques, from plucking to herbal stamp massage.

Therme Bad Aibling

The town of Bad Aibling is closer to Rosenheim than Munich, but it is less than 45 minutes from either MASEVEN hotel if traffic is in your favor. That’s why we’ve listed the Bad Aibling spa here as a quieter alternative to the Erdinger Therme. In addition to the incomparable thermal landscape, the many creative sauna rituals are especially recommended. Perfect for those who want to treat themselves to a day of relaxation.

Surya Yoga

Yoga is more than exercise and sport – it is a way of life. Sabina Herrmann embodies this holistic philosophy like few other yoga teachers in Munich. At Surya Yoga you will certainly get the most out of a closed course over several dates. However, it’s also possible to take an open course to get a taste of what it’s like. This way you can also drop by if you are only in Munich for a few days.


Perhaps the best Thai massage in Munich is available at 4Asia: The perfect ambience is only topped by the excellently trained masseurs. With a lot of patience and perseverance, even the toughest tensions can be kneaded out.

Sai Spa

Munich’s specialists for the classic full-body massage can be found at Sai Spa. The masseuses use a specially developed sequence technique. Since many of the wellness experts were trained in Thailand, you will also receive excellent Thai massages.

Giso George Ayurveda

Ayurveda is an ancient and holistic health philosophy from India. In addition to Ayurvedic treatments, Giso George, who is the fourth generation of his family to practice Ayurveda, offers nutritional counseling, constitutional analysis, and alternative perspectives to conventional medicine.