Sauna rotunda open again!

Sauna rotunda open again!

The Badria has a very special Christmas present for all sauna fans. On Friday, December 22, 2017, the circular sauna building will reopen after being closed for four months. In the rustic log cabin sauna, hourly infusions are celebrated again at around 85°C and if you like it a little warmer, you can treat yourself to a sauna session in the popular tunnel sauna at around 90°C. The large winter garden relaxation room is open again and invites you to linger and relax. A special way of cooling off is a walk through the large sauna garden, crowned with a dip in the cold swimming pond. The adventure building right next to it invites you to warm up with warming infrared panels and healthy brine treatment.

The circular sauna building shines in a new look, not only was the exterior color changed from light blue to ocean blue, the interior walls also shine in warm tones. In addition to many technical innovations and improvements, guests can finally expect a large relaxation room on the upper floor. By closing the ceiling, the relaxation area has been generously expanded and it is now also much quieter, as it should be in a relaxation room. The passionate sauna-goer has known for a long time – after the sauna session, the body temperature has to be normalized again. Cooling off in the fresh air should therefore be followed by a cold water treatment and a warm footbath, and Badria sauna guests now have their own footbath room made of fine marble for exactly this purpose.

Work is still in full swing in the old sauna building. There is still a lot to be done before sauna guests can finally admire the new forehead sauna, the ice fountain, the herbal sauna and the steam bath. The planning for the new sauna and gastro area is also in full swing and the almost finished wellness rooms on the upper floor show that there will soon be a paradise for rest and relaxation. If the work progresses according to plan, the “grand opening” can take place in February 2018.

From 22.12. Until the planned reopening, the reduced sauna entry prices will apply as a small compensation for the reduced offer and the ongoing construction site – the surcharge for the bath entry is 3 euros.

The entire Badria team is looking forward to welcoming sauna guests to the newly designed rotunda!