New prices from December 1st 2022

November 20, 2022

Dear BOILER guests!

Many of you have already asked us – also the BOILER will not come without further price adjustments through this winter. The good news beforehand:
the conditions for the multiple tickets, the early bird tariff, the night owl tariff as well as for the single ticket on weekdays will remain stable for the time being.
The night owl fare will start an hour earlier from 10 p.m. on December.

What changes?

  • From December 1, an admission price of 28 euros will apply on Saturdays and Sundays.
  • on selected holidays (New Year’s Eve/New Year’s Day/Easter/Folsom/CSD) the entrance fee will be 33 Euro.
  • if you exceed the length of your stay, from December onwards we charge an extra 1 euro every 20 minutes.
  • we will also adjust the rental price of bathing shoes and towels by 0,50 Euro.
  • we will raise the massage prices by about 5 Euro per treatment on average.

An overview of the new tariff structure can already be found under the following link:
https://www.boiler-berlin.de/en/preise-2023/

Also our prices in the catering trade will change according to the rising purchase prices. You can find an overview under the following link:
https://www.boiler-berlin.de/gastro-2023/

As far as possible we have tried to keep the new prices as moderate as possible. We wish you and us a great winter at BOILER and thank you for your understanding!

Heat, Steam and Power

8th July 2022

A statement on our energy needs

Like many companies, BOILER is strongly affected by the current developments on the energy market.
Our main energy source for heat is natural gas, all sauna facilities and many systems in the background also consume a lot of electricity. Since February, our costs for gas and electricity have been rising considerably – in some cases the prices have multiplied.
The higher entrance fees that have been in effect since April can no longer fully cover these increases.
In addition, passing on the increased costs to our guests does not really help to save energy. As a first step, we will now try to reduce our energy consumption through targeted measures.
Since last week, we have therefore already

  • restricted the operating hours for the hammam and the bio sauna to the period from 2 p.m. to 10 p.m. and
  • lowered the room temperature by 3°C in all areas.

In addition, we are currently checking where it is possible to replace equipment or switch to other energy sources (district heating, solar systems).
However, these are longer-term plans that will not take effect for a few months at the earliest.

We thank you for your understanding and look forward to welcoming you with a smile even in these times.