Toddler swimming Lessons 2 to 4 years Course 543
Enjoy – Relax – Forget about time
01.11.2023 - 15:15 to 20.12.2023 - 15:45
Toddler swimming lessons
Accompanied by an adult relative or guardian, toddlers build their water confidence in our swimming lessons. Your child gets comfortable moving around in the water in a relaxed and playful way – laughing, singing and splashing to their hearts’ content.
Showering for children and adults is compulsory before every bath. Some children do not like to shower. Take your child close to you, avoid the shower spray directly above the child's head and wet it with both hands.
Baby changing and nappies
Please use the baby changing facilities in the dressing room. We kindly ask that you dispose of used nappies in the plastic bags you will find by the washbasin. Your child should wear an appropriate swim nappy for the lesson. Swim nappies are available from Hürlimannbad & Spa Zurich or from major retailers.
You are welcome to use missed lessons (one or more) within one year after the end of the booked course period as admission to our thermal bath including infinity rooftop pool. For further information, please contact [email protected]
- With child up to 14 years: daily from 09:00 am to 05:00 pm
- Without child: Daily from 09:00 am to 10:00 pm
Only one adult per child is allowed in the course pool during the course.
The spa is a place of peace and relaxation. Out of consideration for the other guests, please talk to your child quietly and in a restrained manner. Shouting, splashing, diving and running around is not permitted.
Food and drink
The consumption of food and drinks brought in is not desired in the entire facility. Eating and drinking is only permitted in the bistro.
Use our lockers for your valuables and clothes. Please keep the cloakrooms clean and tidy.
Use of utensils
The use of water play equipment such as balls, fins and diving goggles is not permitted.
Deposit of prams
The pram can be deposited at the main reception. It may not be left in the cloakrooms.
Insurance is participants’ own responsibility.