Rogner-Bad Blumau Hotel and Spa

Rogner-Bad Blumau Hotel & Spa

Designed by renowned architect and artist Friedensreich Hundertwasser, this modern hotel has a unique and unusual art-deco fascade. It is aimed at health conscious adults and has its own hot spring and a myriad of treatments from the conventional to the unconventional: water cures to massages and sound therapy.


h3.jpgOne of the more unusual offerings is the Cleopatra Bath – a bath filled with mare’s milk. There are nine restaurants and bars The spa facilities include: indoor and outdoor thermal pools, freshwater wave pool, cold-water pools, whirlpools, indoor and outdoor saunas, sanarium with colour-light stimulation, Roman and Turkish baths, aromatherapy chamber and nudist island. There are also beauty and holistic treatments, a gym with personal and cardiovascular trainers, aerobics and spinning classes, tennis, biking, horseriding, acqua-jogging and Masai walking, using special trainers.


A8283 Bad Blumau 100,


T: +43 3383 5100 9449

Hotel Roc Blanc

Hotel Roc Blanc, Escaldes, Andorra


facil_rocblanc2.jpgThe Thermal centre at Hotel Roc Blanc Andorra features thermal waters appropriated for therapy treatments. The Thermal Centre equipment was renovated in 2001. Treatments include: beauty, health, relax, and antiageing.

Facilities at the thermal Centre includes: natural spring hot swimming pool, Jacuzzi, sauna and Turkish bath, gym, UVA rays and massage.
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