Luxury Spa and Wellness Experiences in Germany

Brenners Park-Hotel and Spa - Germany

Germany is blessed with a wide selection of luxury spas to get pampered and leave all your worries behind. Many people are surprised Germany has so many luxury spas to receive a true VIP experience.

For generations, Germans have always focused on their health and there are numerous resorts and spas specialize in combining the best treatments. We want to feature five luxury spa regions for discriminating guests who desire the very best.

Baden-Wuerttemberg
The Incredible city of Baden-Baden has long been a popular destination for people looking for the best in wellness, culture and luxury. Many hotels in the area feature an on-site spa facility. The luxury Der Kleine Prinz hotel is romantic property that dates all the way back to 1890. There’s also the Brenners Park-Hotel and Spa (photo above) where you can stay in a luxury suite that overlooks the park. The hotel’s restaurant – Brenners-Park Restaurant was recently recognized and awarded a coveted Michelin Star.

You can also experience a luxury spa treatment at one of area’s public thermal baths. For example, try the Roman-Irish Friedrichsbad. This establishment was first opened back in 1877. They help clients through a – 17 stages, well-being program.

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Bavaria
This region Germany offers spectacular scenery such as stunning natural landscapes and iconic landmarks. For an amazing wellness retreat, Bavaria is ideal. There are several highly rated luxury spa hotels to choose from. The 5-star Hotel Schloss Elmau can be found in the scenic Bavarian Alps. Feast on the beauty of mountain scenery. The Schloss Elmau Retreat is a sister property of Hotel Schloss Elmau just opened last month.

Sightseeing is plentiful in Bavaria. Don’t miss a visit to the world famous, fairytale castle – Schloss Neuschwanstein. In addition, part of a UNESCO biosphere reserve is Berchtesgadener, where you can receive unique spa treatments such as whey or hay baths and soothing warm mud treatments.

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Thuringia
In Eastern Germnay, the Thuringian Forest region invites visitors to its numerous small towns, including Bad Salzungen. You can be treated to SOLE (salt) treatments that are famous due to the nearby natural saltwater springs. This establishment is one of oldest saltwater spas in Germany.

Bio-Seehotel Zeulenroda is Germany’s first organic resort and can be found on a tranquil fresh water reservoir. The luxury resort offers numerous spa treatments and strives to be a carbon-neutral property.

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North Sea
In northern Germany is Wadden National Park. There you can stay at the luxury spa resort – St. Peter-Ording. In business for over 150 years, it’s an incredible property. With salty air, a relaxing walk on the beach is a must. Visit the nearby pine wood forests and take in nature’s beauty. Located on the North Sea is Restaurant and Bar “54” for a wonderful, fine dining experience.

Another terrific choice is upscale Aalernhuis Hotel & Spa. This luxury spa utilizes beauty products with natural, local ingredients including algae and amber. They are perfect to receive a stress relieving treatment.

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Baltic Sea
The many islands and land near the scenci Baltic Sea provide the ideal blend of gorgeous seaside resorts and wellness properties. Choose from many small cities that offer romantic spa hotels. For example, the Schlossgut Schloss Schwansee is a luxury countryside manor that offers its luxury spa in the property’s prior horse stables. Another choice in Rostock is the Neptun Spa and Hotel. This location features a tremendous, 25,000 square foot spa that has a beautiful pool filled with fresh Baltic sea water. It’s a VIP experience to remember!

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If you would like to book a trip to Germany and experience a luxury spa treatment at one the country’s top resorts, let us help plan and book your entire luxury travel itinerary. Follow this luxury blog to stay on top of the latest luxury industry news and travel package deals.

Photo: Brenners Park-Hotel and Spa

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