5 day spas and wellness temples in Vienna
1) Aux Gazelles Hammam
You don’t have to travel to Istanbul to visit a hammam. Aux Gazelles has a very luxurious one. It is not a traditional one, but women and men have separate areas of course (check the online timetable). When you enter, you receive a pestemal (cotton cloth) and kese (scratch glove). Book a peeling or a massage.
2) Therme Wien
Therme Wien in Oberlaa used to be a bit old-fashioned. But things changed after it reopened. Now it has several in and outdoor pools. They have various saunas, including a nude sauna and a Scandinavian one. Or if you like, a less hot Turkish bath. No children in the sauna area. Easy to get to with U1.
3) The Ritz Carlton Spa
If you are in search for a more exclusive day spa, go to the Ritz Carlton. Here they have a whirlpool and you can book your own private Turkish bath (40 euro for three hours). Spa treatments start at 120 euro. The elegant private Spa Suite costs 360 euro for three hours.
4) Sans Souci
A city trip is fun. But it may be stressful sometimes. Step inside to escape the busy streets. Sans Souci is located near MuseumsQuartier making it a great place to unwind for a few hours. A 450-square-metre spa, with a purifying steam bath, several saunas and the warming rays of the sun meadow.
5) Dhevari Spa
Dhevari Spa was the first Asian luxury spa in Vienna, so you can book plenty of eastern treatments here including a Shiro-Abhyanga as well as a Royal Thai or a Balinese hot-stone massage. It is open Tuesday to Sunday from 11 am to 10 pm, making it the perfect place to unwind in the evening. Open on public holidays, too.
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