Thermal Therapy

Watsu – Water Massage in the thermal waters of Bath

Watsu, otherwise known as water shiatsu, takes advantage of the therapeutic mineral-rich waters of the Thermal Bath Spa. This the new massage treatment in vogue and the latest addition to the wellness landscape.

This signature treatment is performed in the historic Hot Bath by a specially trained therapist who gently supports, stretches and guides your body through a series of flowing movements in the warm thermal waters.

This relaxing treatment combines elements of shiatsu massage and acupressure while using the buoyancy to manipulate muscles and unravel those stress knots!

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The Thermae Bath Spa

This natural thermal spa lies in the heart of Bath, a World Heritage Site.

The Thermae Bath Spa is an award winning facility flowing with warm, mineral-rich thermal waters.  Combining the old with the new, this historical spa building blends with the contemporary design of the New Royal Bath.

Following in the bathing traditions of the Celts and Romans, dating back 2000 years ago, here you can enjoy bathing in the Minerva Bath or the open-air rooftop pool with views over the city and countryside.

A dedicated Wellness Suite has been designed to offer a range of multi-sensory facilities.  Guests are invited to experience a thermal journey which includes an infrared sauna, an astral relaxation room, a series of aroma steam rooms and an ice chamber. Creative displays and features reflect the spa traditions of the Romans and Georgians.

For light refreshment, the Springs Cafe Restaurant serves freshly prepared meals and drinks.

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Ice Chamber - 1Shower Walkway - 2Roman steam room Thermae Bath Spa entrance

Széchenyi Thermal Baths and Swimming Pool, Budapest, Hungary

Széchenyi Thermal Baths is one of the largest bath complexes in Europe with 21 pools, various health and wellness services, saunas, gymnastics, and aquafitness facilities.

IMTJ Award: International Thermal Medical Bath Of The Year.

Danubius Health Spa Resort Grandhotel Pacifik

This imposing health spa resort is located in Mariánské Lázne enjoying views over the city and to the Colonnade renowned for its Singing Fountain.

Rooms are equipped are well-equipped and feature a balcony to enjoy views at your leisure. Two restaurants offer an extensive choice of Bohemian and international cuisine as well as a wide variety of dietary dishes.

Hotel facilities include a wellness centre, swimming pool with massage nozzles, a Kneipp pool, event shower, a sauna.

There are a wide range of specialised treatments available for specific conditions.

These are medically regulated and managed by a team of expert, highly experienced physicians. They all combine the natural resources with medical expertise using traditional & modern methods. Natural resources include thermal mineral water, thermal mineral soaked mud, cold mineral springs, and gas wraps.

In addition, there are a range of wellness and beauty programmes.

The Danubius Health Spa Resorts are located in Central Europe and offer advanced Medical, Rehabilitation and Wellness NATURAL Spas.

Széchenyi Thermal Baths and Swimming Pool, Hungary

The Széchenyi Thermal Baths and Swimming Pool is located in Budapest, Hungary. Széchenyi offers a variety of medical services, including mud treatments, underwater curative gymnastics and carbon-dioxide baths, available with a medical prescription.

The Széchenyi Thermal Baths and Swimming Pool won the 2016 IMTJ award for the international thermal medical bath of the year.

Danubius Health Spa Resort in Margitsziget, Hungary

The Danubius Health Spa Resort, located in Maritsziget, Hungary, is known as the spa island of Budapest. All rooms have a balcony and the resort has indoor and outdoor pools, as well as a jacuzzi. The Wellness Centre offers wellness massages and baths, while the Medical Spa is home to a therapy centre, salt cave, laser eye clinic and dental clinic.

Danubius Health Spa Resort won the 2016 IMTJ award for international medical tourism hotel of the year.