With the Stuttgart TV tower on one side, the airport and the exhibition center on the other, you probably won’t see such a view in any other swimming pool. Photo share from Panoramabad in the Assemwald residential area.
About 50 years ago, between 1968 and 1972, a residential town grew in Asemwald. The three buildings, almost 70 meters high, can be seen from afar and polarize opinions. Some do not imagine living in residential buildings at all, some do not want to leave the city at all.
One reason for this, especially on the upper floors, may be the view. The airport and exhibition center are in the south and when the weather is good you can see as far as the Swabian Jura. To the north there is an unobstructed view of the TV tower and Degerloch. To the east, Birkach lies at the foot of the Asem Forests, so to speak, to the west, Kelly Barracks and Möhringen. And the panoramic view is not reserved only for the residents, on the top floor of the apartment building there is a restaurant and a swimming pool with a sauna and roof terraces.
The view is what makes the pool so charming
“The view is probably unique,” says Edgar Straub of property manager Klauß & Partner. “You’d have to drive a long way to find anything comparable.” The scene is also special for his co-star Stefan Geiger. “The view is what makes a bathroom so charming,” she says.
Two permanent and two temporary workers work in the panoramic pool. The team used the Corona region to design the pool. Among other things, walls were painted and a new reception desk was installed. The pool is open again from 2022 and can currently be used without restrictions or reservations.
On average, about 30 guests arrive per day, plus those who participate in, for example, aquafit classes. “We have many regular guests,” says rescuer Lidiya Bevanda. Among them are not only the residents of Asemvald, but also guests from abroad. Swimming and sauna maintain balance. “Both are equally popular,” says Bevanda. Some guests also come to spend a whole day in Asemwald-Bad to swim, have a sauna and relax on the sun terraces or in the relaxation rooms when the weather is bad. Regular guests appreciate a small bathroom precisely because of its manageability. “We’re like family,” says Bewanda.
The opening hours of the swimming pool and sauna are available at www.asemwald.de/information.