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Take a break: Wellbeing in Seefeld

13. February 2020

Nature strives for balance, as do humans. The natural treasures of the Alps can be experienced in many different ways around Seefeld. Whether you ski on picturesque tracks through fairy-tale snowscapes in winter or take a hike in the Alps around the sunny plateau in summer, nature reveals its most beautiful treasures, provides strength, peace and quiet. Between rugged rocks, fragrant woods and crystal-clear water the ancient secrets of wellbeing are an easy treat in many excellent wellness facilities around the region. Wether at a spontaneous sauna session after an alpine adventure or with a holistic Day Spa experience to relax and regenerate – around Seefeld true wellbeing is just natural.

Alpen- and Olympiabad: Spontaneous Double-Feature

For the spontaneous sauna-session, two appealing opportunities can be found at the Olympiabad in Seefeld and at the Alpenbad in Leutasch. Parking spaces on site and regular public transport connections make the decision easy in both cases, the sauna areas are spacious and lovingly designed: The Olympiabad Seefeld was modelled after an ancient Roman thermal spa, while the Alpenbad Leutasch convinces with wooden sauna-lodges in traditional Tyrolean chalet-carpentry.

Olympiabad Seefeld – antique inspired relaxation with adventurous water world

 

After a soothing special infusion from the sauna master, generous relaxation areas invite you to take a deep breath and ease your heartrate. Ice immersion pools and Kneipp facilities get the circulation going and, on request, the restaurant serves small delicacies for in-between times. Upon presentation of the ORS-Card, hotel guests receive special offers and exclusive conditions at both baths – those shy of sweating can simply go for a swim.

Alpenbad Leutasch – soothing relaxation with original Tyrolean sweat lodges and a wild waterfall

Wellness squared: Krumers Post and Alpin

With the Krumers Post and the Krumers Alpin, a prestigious Seefeld brand has designed two wellness establishments with ambitious character. The Krumers Post has a long history and seduces with native woods (Alpine stone pine), lots of natural stone and a generous panoramic view on four floors in the historic village centre. The Krumers Alpin is situated just slightly secluded, with an unobtrusive modern architecture and gentle interior design on impressive 3,400 square metres of wellness area.

Krumers Alpin – Your Mountain Oasis – contemporary mountain oasis for alpine relaxation without compromises

 

In both cases, an uncompromising Day Spa Experience is highly recommended for the holistic relaxation experience, as various spa-specials can be booked in advance at the Krumers’: From soothing After Work Wellness (from 4 pm) to an exclusive Day Spa Experience with breakfast, family and friends. Krumers Post even offers exclusive togetherness for lovebirds and couples with a private romantic sauna on request! Several times a day, both wellness establishments invite guests to join guided sauna services with themed infusions to experience the traditional Tyrolean sweating culture first hand. In between, heated in- and outdoor pools, deeply relaxing treatments, healthy snacks and aromatic herbal tea creations from the region round off the perfect wellness experience.

Krumers Post Hotel & Spa – Wellbeing with lots of history, wood and open fireplace in the historical heart of Seefeld

Easy livin’ legends: Astoria and Klosterbräu

With the Klosterbräu & Spa and the Astoria Resort, two exclusive traditional establishments share the wellness olymp in the Seefeld region. While the Five Star Superior Astoria enjoys sunny peace and quiet at the woodland edge, the unmistakable Klosterbräu is located directly in the picturesque centre of Seefeld. If you book a relaxing experience in the Astoria, you will receive a guided tour beforehand, otherwise you might get lost. There are open green spaces with a natural lake plus alpine beach, parlour- and panorama sauna, Laconium, herbal steam bath, Kneipp facilities, brine grotto, sun terrace and extensive recreation zones in between. The innumerable impressions are joined within a masterly design concept, impressively harmonising tradition and modernity. The Astoria spa superlative leaves nothing to be desired, pampers with elaborate treatments and, if desired, serves small delicacies from the creative kitchen.

Astoria Resort – virtually limitless spa superlative with style, natural bathing lake and alpine beach

 

The spectacular Klosterbräu & Spa presents itself without competition, with seven themed saunas, four heated pool areas and the only hand-carved wooden sauna in the world. Between rough stone walls and flickering candlelight, the old monastery whispers ancient stories and at the eternal beer fountain the famous Klosterbräu invites for a lavish taste of history between spa sessions. Following in the footsteps of the monks, you now cross the monastery corridor in a Kneipp basin, the spacious Garden of Eden borders on lush grass- and woodlands outside. There even is a reading lounge with an open woodfire and water beds in the 500-year-old monastery cellar.

Klosterbräu & Spa – picturesque ancient monastery with a Garden of Eden, hand-carved wooden sauna and free beer fountain (Pics by Anja Koppitsch

 

You can probably have wellness with less, but here one might wonder why. Those who grant themselves a time-out are welcome to be generous – the most rewarding wellbeing welcomes you in Seefeld.


Currently, special hygiene regulations apply in all wellness areas: The wearing of a mask is mandatory in all public areas (reception, corridors and changing rooms), in saunas, pools, relax- and open air areas there is no mask obligation. Since there are capacity limits in all sauna and spa areas, it is advisable to book each day spa experience in advance by phone.

The spa area at Klosterbräu is currently exclusively available to hotel guests. From the beginning of next year the old monastery cellar will be welcoming external day-spa guests again.


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Photos: Chris Weittenhiller, Anja Koppitsch/klosterbraeu.com

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