In 2022 Hagabadet in Haga was awarded as Global Winner in the category ”Luxury Historical Spa” in the international World Luxury Spa Awards. We are proud of the award and care of our history and historical building.
Looking for a place to relax and recuperate? Or re-energise with a yoga or fitness class? Then Hagabadet’s 1, 3 or 7-day pass is for you. We have facilities in three locations in Gothenburg – central and easy to find.
Get access to all Hagabadet’s health spas for 1, 3 or 7 days. Immerse yourself in our inviting thermal pools, enjoy our experience showers, steaming saunas and comfortable relax facilities both indoors and out. Relax at your own pace. Get access to our exclusive gyms and Gothenburg’s top yoga and fitness classes.
Choose between prestigious Hagabadet Haga, Hagabadet Älvstranden near the sea or the steamy Hagabadet Drottningtorget. With a 3 or 7-day pass you have access to all three spas.
When you’ve made your purchase you will receive a voucher in your e-mail inbox. Show your voucher (digitally or printed out) at any of Hagabadet’s three facilities at Haga, Drottningtorget or Älvstranden when you wish to activate your pass.
Your 3 or 7 days pass must be activated 3 months after purchase.
Need help booking? call 031 600 600 or send a mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
We all know that the combination of health and pleasure enhances your quality of life. And that the right balance between exercise and rest invigorates. Our constant goal is to help our guests rediscover the life of health and pleasure. A place where you can attend to your health while enjoying the beauty of the surroundings.
We now have health spas in three locations in Gothenburg, no more than 10-20 minutes away from each other: the steamy Hagabadet Drottningtorget, Hagabadet Älvstranden near the sea and prestigious Hagabadet Haga. Whichever you choose to visit, your overall health and quality of life take centre stage. When you book a 3 or 7-day pass you have access to all 3 clubs with health spa, sauna and fitness.
The prestigious Hagabadet in Haga – As soon as you walk in the door, the beautiful Art Nouveau style adds an extra dimension to your spa experience and soon you feel your everyday cares simply melt away. The baths have been housed in this historic building since 1876. Read more about Hagabadets history here >>
Hagabadet’s oasis in the city centre – A steamy oasis where you will encounter a touch of mysticism and magic wherever you go. We have a wide range of techniques and methods to help you both energise and relax effectively.
It began one warm July day in 1834 when Anders Ryberg and his wife Anna Persdottern died of what turned out to be the very first cases of cholera in Sweden.
The cholera epidemic struck several times over a number of decades and the people of Gothenburg were helpless to respond. Meanwhile an English doctor had discovered the link between good hygiene, clean water and cholera. With this discovery, awareness of proper sanitation grew and measures were slowly implemented all across Europe.
In 1869 a fortune was donated to the city of Gothenburg. It came from Sven Renström, a businessman and politician who had been responsible for poverty relief work in Gothenburg. As part of providing Gothenburg with clean water and proper sanitation to eradicate cholera, the donation was the foundation of today’s Hagabadet. 7 years later, on 9 September 1876, the spa opened its doors for the first time.
15 July 1903 was a calamitous day for Hagabadet. In the space of a few hours, two of the worst fires in Gothenburg’s history had broken out. And without the heroic efforts and unwavering commitment of the city’s people, our beautiful building would not be standing today.
The spa sustained severe damage, with only the brick walls of the façade left intact. A decision was taken almost immediately by the city’s municipal executive. “Gothenburg shall build a new spa that will match the one in Stockholm for beauty.”
Three years later the spa reopened and the people of Gothenburg could finally enjoy a majestic bathing facility of their own, just like the one in Stockholm.
When the baths reopened in 1997, a new era had dawned. The existing spa was supplemented with a wide range of activities: different kinds of therapy, beauty care, health care, medical care, fitness and a café – a truly modern spa.
Generations of locals have enjoyed the restorative effects of the Hagabadet’s baths and the invigorating activities. The spirit of community and infinity of possibilities is etched into the very walls.