Thermal bath & sauna area


Let yourself be pampered in our in-house thermal bath with 32 degrees natural heat. In our wellness oasis “Kaisergarten” you will definitely find exactly the treatment that your body is longing for.





Relax in the Finnish sauna, refresh yourself in the ice grotto or let yourself be pampered in a herbal scented bath. Our spacious outdoor area with rock grotto, log cabin sauna and outdoor whirlpool will inspire you. Creative shapes and colors, a harmonious interplay of natural and artificial light - everything stimulates you to let go and think about what is best for you.



Daytime wellness


Our wellness offers are also available to daytime guests. The entrance fee is:


20.00 Euros per person per day.


10.00 Euros per person - from 6 p.m. (please note the opening times).


In addition to our “Kaisergarten” wellness & sauna area, you can also enjoy being pampered in our other in-house wellness departments. Please understand that when the house is very busy, our hotel guests have priority on the use of the wellness area. In these cases, the management reserves the right to close the wellness area for external guests at short notice. We would be happy to provide you with information about frequent use over the phone.




Golden sauna rules


Dear guests,


our sauna area is a nude bathing area according to the German sauna regulations for hygiene. Both in the steam baths and in all saunas, you should take off your swimwear and use the wellness towels provided for this purpose as a cover and as a seat pad. We have listed a few useful tips for inexperienced sauna-user:


a) Do not go to the sauna hungry or on a full stomach.


b) First, clean yourself in the shower, because "clean" skin sweats better.


c) In the sauna, put your towel under your whole body.


d) The sauna session should last about 15 minutes. Rely on your feeling. You should sit for the last two minutes so that your circulation gets used to the upright posture.


e) After the sauna, you should treat your body to some oxygen and go out into the fresh air. The cooling should begin carefully and at the feet (a point which is farthest from the heart). Then you should treat yourself to a short break, this promotes recovery. There should be around 20 minutes between each sauna session.


f) Drink plenty of water, tea or juice spritzers as your body loses a lot of fluids in the sauna.


Advantages of a regular sauna visit:


-Improved immune system functions of the body and protection against infections, strengthening of the cardiovascular system, good skin cleansing, relaxation and recovery as well as balancing effects on blood pressure


When do I avoid the sauna?


-in case of infections, especially fever; with severe vascular changes, especially in the heart and brain; with inflammation of internal organs or phlebitis; with acute rheumatism, epilepsy and cancer.