the fresh water whirlpools
Fresh water for every guest. Thousands of bubbles rise from the whirlpool floor and massage you in the 38° C warm water.
the Finnish sauna
Sweating in the Finnish sauna at temperatures ranging from 80°C to 100°C is good for your health and deeply relaxing. When done right (with cooling down and resting), the stress on your body will be smaller than with a normal bath in your tub.
the Turkish steam bath
The steam bath is a part of bathing culture since antiquity. The air temperature is around 47°C and the humidity is 100 per cent. The steam is enriched with healthy eucalyptus extracts which are absorbed by the body via your skin and lungs.
the aroma steam bath
This one is a bit milder than the Turkish steam bath. The air temperature is slightly above 40° Celsius. The warm steam is good for the skin and the lungs and has a harmonising effect thanks to natural added flavours.
the Helvetic roman thermal spring with salty steam
What makes this bath special is the continuously radiating heat from the tiles on the walls, the seats and the floor. The air humidity is at a low 20 per cent. The salty steam that is being sprayed at certain intervals strengthens the immune system.
the brine bath
Salt for your body and and your soul. Set yourself adrift in the pool outside and feel light as a feather. The water from Weggis is more than 30°C and is enriched with Swiss salt. Roughly 90% of the water are from the sources of the Rigi area, the sources Schloss, Langenfluh, Teller und Säntiberg. About 10% of the water is pumped through the seawater pumping station.
the salt relaxation room
Relax in our salt room. Lie down in a room surrounded by walls of salt. The light is dim and there’s soft music playing. Your thoughts start to rest and the salt unfolds its regenerative effects on your skin and lungs.
the tropical rain
You’ll experience a unique shower feeling in the “temple of tropical rain”. Thousands of small water drops trickle softly onto your body.