MONDORF Domaine Thermal

A real oasis of quietness and wellness in the heart of a magnificent wooded park spanning more than 45 hectares, MONDORF Domaine Thermal today enjoys a reputation well beyond our borders. Ideally located ever so near the Luxembourgish Moselle Valley, close to the capital Luxembourg, a city listed as a UNESCO cultural heritage site, the Domaine Thermal [Thermal Spa Resort] of Mondorf-les-Bains delights in welcoming its visitors for a day of relaxation or a stay to discover the benefits of its thermal waters.

The thermal origins of the Mondorf-les-Bains Health Centre date back to the discovery of a spring in 1841 whose health virtues were recognized as of 1847. The number of people who have come from the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg but also from neighbouring countries to take the waters and to avail themselves of the benefits of these fabulous thermal waters has grown steadily ever since. It was only a century and a half later, in 1988 to be more precise, that the establishment expanded its leisure activities by providing accommodation facilities with two hotelsa spa, many bathing leisure activities, several restaurants,  as well as rooms for private and professional events.



MONDORF Domaine Thermal is also a company that is a great place to work where nearly 100 different occupations are carried out day in and day out.

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A park more than 100 years old
Spanning more than 45 hectares, the park of the Domaine Thermal has been a delight for nature lovers for more than 160 years. Its magnificent floral arrangements, centennial trees and recreation areas make it a pleasant place to relax.

The park was created in 1886 by the illustrious French landscape architect Edouard André, who incidentally wrote the Traité pour la composition des parcs et jardins [Treatise on the Composition of Parks and Gardens] in 1879, and designed the famous parks of Monte Carlo, Euxinograd, Montevideo and... Luxembourg City (Municipal Park). Edouard André was a specialist in 19th century of English gardens and particularly in sunken gardens with bridges. In Mondorf he designed a quiet, restful park where it is pleasant to walk along shady paths and to relax on one of the many benches. Today the park offers many family activities that respect the original idea of its creator, namely to enable everyone to enjoy nature to the full.