10 Best Spa and Massage in Dusseldorf, Germany

Updated on January 30, 2024  

spa and massage in dusseldorf

Stressed or aching muscles bothering you? Thankfully, Düsseldorf has a wealth of fantastic spas and massage studios for those who know where to find them.

This blog post will guide you through the best places to get massages in Düsseldorf or enjoy a relaxing spa day 👇

10 Best Massage Studios & Spas in Dusseldorf

MYSSAGE @ Guido Wagner

Off the bustling Königsallee, one of the city’s most famed shopping streets, MYSSAGE is an oasis of calm. This is one of those luxurious massage parlors that doesn't remind you of the crowded aisle of a grocery store – it's real nice.

They specialize in tailor-made messages, with certified masseurs and physiotherapists, so you know you're in safe hands.

Massage Studios in Dusseldorf

I've had my fair share of massages, and can sort of tell when I've got a good masseur. Mine swiftly identified my problem areas and skillfully alleviated them within the hour.

They also have special massages for pregnant women, and something called a pressure wave massage (to boost metabolism) and a vibration massage (uses high-frequency pressure).

📍 Königsallee 100, 40215 Düsseldorf, Germany

PHANNEE Thaimassage

PHANNEE is a beautiful massage parlor that's only a short five minute ride from Düsseldorf's central station.

Devoted to different kinds of Thai massages, you can choose from Traditional Thai massage, Thai yoga massage, Tok Sen (an ancient northern Thai massage that uses a wooden hammer), and the highlight — PHANNEE® special gold massage (where you're rubbed with 24K gold-infused oil!)

If you have sensitive skin, I noticed that the rooms are clean and the towels seem freshly laundered. Most importantly, the oils used are 100% organic, without allergens like paraffin, parabens, hormones and preservatives!

📍 Am Wehrhahn 87, 40211 Düsseldorf, Germany

Wellness Lounge

Our teammate swears by Tim, a massage therapist from the Wellness Lounge, and can attest to his excellent massage techniques. "I feel a few years younger after each session," she says.

The lounge is elegantly decorated with earthy colors, ambient music, dim lighting, and divine smells to put you in a relaxed mood. There's also little Luna, a lovable dachshund, who always brings smiles to all visitors.

Aside from massages starting from 30, the Wellness Lounge also offers waxing.

📍 Friedrich-Ebert-Straße 17, 40210 Düsseldorf, Germany

QinLin Wellness Massage & Kosmetikinstitut

If you're looking for a Düsseldorf spa that does both massages and beauty treaments, QinLin Wellness is one of the best.

When my sister came to visit, my wife brought her here for a day of pampering, where they offer stuff like facials and peels, as well as micro-needling and laser treatments. Have a special event to attend? They do eyelash lifts and pedicures too – so it's really a one-stop shop.

But what I really like is that they specialize in Chinese massage, also known as Tui Na.

Unlike regular massage, which mainly focuses on relieving stress, Tui Na uses specific techniques like acupressure and stretching. This makes it especially good for chronic pain like back or neck pain.

📍 Liesegangstraße 18, 40211 Düsseldorf, Germany

Renew Day

In the heart of Düsseldorf, Renew Day is a convenient spot to get a pretty darn good massage. After all, people often say massage therapist Alan has "magic hands".

At the start, he asks some questions and immediately he seems to knows exactly where the problem is, even if you think it's somewhere else. For instance, my wife sometimes gets tension in her hips from sitting too much, but Alan quickly figured out that the issue was in her leg muscles after a chat with her.

He knew which area to focus on, how much pressure to apply and she felt relieved knowing he was dealing with the root cause rather than just the symptoms.

📍 Corneliusstraße 1, 40215 Düsseldorf, Germany

Hamam Sahara

Hamam Sahara is a Turkish-style spa, or hamam, located a short walk from Dusseldorf central station.

Like saunas, a Turkish hamam offers steam rooms, but at a much higher humidity (making you feel almost damp) and isn't quite as hot as a sauna. [1]

Hamam Sahara offers lavish steam rooms where you can fully relax and unwind. However, men and women can only attend on certain days — so it's best to check their website before making a reservation.

A typical program, starting from €30, involves first unwinding inside the hamam, followed by a vigorous body scrub and ending with a luxurious foam massage on top of a heated stone table.

📍 Mintropstraße 21, 40215 Düsseldorf, Germany


If you want to experience a German sauna without having to go nude around others (or having others around you go nude!) — then MyWellness is the perfect spot.

You get a private suite with a touchscreen to control the light, music, sauna temperature, and even the TV. This means you can really focus on your private sauna time without being disturbed.

I visited MyWellness with my wife and we went for the most basic suite, starting from €19 per hour. It included a private toilet, a rain shower, a massage whirlpool, a Finnish sauna, a lounge area, and more. Sure, it's pricier than a public sauna, but the privacy is worth paying for.

📍 Heerdter Landstr. 191, 40549 Düsseldorf, Germany

Lilawadee Thai-Massage

For a fantastic and budget-friendly massage, we always recommend Lilawadee.

While it might take a bit of travel from the city center (it's near the St. Maria Rosenkranz church), the price is hard to beat. An hour-long Thai massage is only €35, which is half the price of many other places!