Where the soul dangles: Day Spa around Seefeld
Nature strives for balance, and so do people. The natural treasures of the Alps can be experienced in very different ways around Seefeld: Whether you make tracks through picturesque snow-covered mountain landscapes in winter or hike through the Alps around the sunny plateau in summer, nature shows its most beautiful treasures, gives strength, peace and relaxation. Between craggy rocks, aromatic woods and crystal-clear water, simply let your soul dangle - in the excellent wellness facilities of the Genussregion, this is possible even in rainy weather. Whether it's a spontaneous sauna session or deep-acting regeneration in a day spa - on Tyrol's high plateau, natural relaxation is simply the obvious choice. So we have collected the most beautiful day spa offers of the region for you - and wish you good relaxation!
Wellness to the power of two: Krumers Post and Alpin
With Krumers Post and Krumers Alpin, a prestigious Seefeld brand name has created two wellness establishments with strong character. The Krumers Post has a long history and seduces in the historic village center with native woods (Swiss stone pine), a lot of natural stone and generous panoramic views on four floors. The Alpin is just a little off the beaten track and knows how to relax with its unobtrusive modern architectural language and gentle lines on an impressive 3,400 square meters of wellness space.
Krumers Alpin - Your Mountain Oasis - contemporary mountain oasis for alpine relaxation without compromise (Photos: Krumers Alpin)
In both cases, an uncompromising day spa experience is recommended for the holistic relaxation experience: Various pampering packages can then be booked with the Krumers by appointment. From soothing after-work wellness (from 4 p.m.) to an exclusive day spa experience with breakfast, family and friends. For newlyweds, Krumers Post even offers exclusive togetherness with its own Private Romantic Sauna on request! Both wellness facilities invite you to guided themed infusions several times a day to experience the traditional Tyrolean sweating culture up close. In between, relax in heated indoor and outdoor pools, with deep-acting treatments, healthy snacks and aromatic tea creations from the region.
Krumers Post Hotel & Spa - Wellbeing with a lot of history, wood and fireplace in the historic heart of Seefeld (Photos: Krumers Post)
Legends among themselves: Alpin Resort Sacher and Hotel Klosterbräu
With the Klosterbräu Hotel & Spa and the Alpin Resort Sacher Seefeld - Tirol, two exclusive traditional establishments share the Wellness Olympus in the Genussregion Seefeld. While the Five Star Superior Alpin Resort Sacher Seefeld - Tirol enjoys sunny tranquility on the edge of the forest, the distinctive Klosterbräu is located directly in the picturesque village center of Seefeld. If you book a relaxation experience at the Alpin Resort Sacher Seefeld - Tirol, you'll get a guided tour beforehand, otherwise you'll get lost. There are green open spaces with a natural swimming lake including an alpine beach, parlor and panorama sauna, laconium, herbal steam bath, Kneipp facility, brine grotto, sun terrace and spacious relaxation zones in between. The countless impressions are united by a masterful design concept that impressively harmonizes tradition and modernity. Also otherwise the Spa-Superlative Alpin Resort Sacher Seefeld - Tirol leaves no desires open, spoils with aufw?ndigen treatments, serves on request small delicacies from the creative kitchen and was recently even selected with Falstaff as the most popular Wellnesshotel at all.
Alpine Resort Sacher Seefeld - Tyrol - virtually limitless spa superlative with style, natural swimming lake and alpine beach (Photos: Hotel Sacher, David Zangerl & David Johansson)
The Hotel Klosterbräu & Spa also presents itself unrivaled in the in-house Younique Day Spa - with seven themed saunas, four heated water areas and the only hand-carved wooden sauna in the world. Between rough stone walls and flickering candlelight, the monastery tells stories; at the eternal beer fountain, you can also taste the famous monastery brew between sauna sessions. Following in the footsteps of the monks, today you can cross the monastery corridor in the Kneipp pool, the spacious Garden of Eden borders lush woodlands and meadows outside, and there is a reading lounge with a wood-burning fireplace and waterbeds in the 500-year-old monastery cellar.
Hotel Klosterbräu & Spa - magnificent historic monastery walls with Garden of Eden, hand-carved wooden sauna and free beer fountain (Photos: Hotel Klosterbräu, Stephan Elsler & David Johansson)
Heavenly: Day Spa at Hotel Eden or Lärchenhof Seefeld
Somewhat less massive present themselves the two hotels Lärchenhof and Eden in Seefeld - here the history does not carry completely so thickly on, instead one keeps noble understatement: After telephone advance notification the Eden opens its Wellnesspforten daily from 10 to 19 o'clock. To the spoiling program after Paradiesvorbild belonged there equal two versatile Saunalandschaften with mountain view, an all-season heated in- and outdoor pool, generous couch landscapes with weightless water beds and its own Seebiotop in the external area. Fresh apples from the own garden provide for the physical well-being and in the afternoon there is home-made cake in the café. The feel-good package at Eden can also be booked with a breakfast buffet or five-course gourmet menu on request - the best way to enjoy Seefeld is with all your senses.
The Hotel Lärchenhof in Seefeld claims "Nature & Spa" as its motto and has every reason to do so: Native woods are fragrant in the 900m2 relaxation retreat including romantic larch grove - so always follow your nose here. In the marVita 4-element wellness program, body and mind find each other, drifting between soothing sauna sessions in the heated indoor pool or enjoying the magnificent mountain view from the sunny balcony. An ice fountain provides variety and refreshment in between, otherwise you can simply take a deep breath in the steam bath. As an exclusive extra, various Ayurvedic treatments are available, but if required, a longer wellness break including private spa can also be booked at the Lärchenhof.
Lärchenhof Natur & Spa Hotel Seefeld in Tyrol - An idyllic oasis of well-being in the Lärchenwäldchen is truly not for everyone. Even Ayurveda is available here and an unparalleled mountain view is a matter of course in Seefeld anyway. (Photos: Lärchenhof Nature & Spa)
Day Spa Deluxe in Leutasch: Hotel Kristall & Hotel Karwendel
Not only in Seefeld pure relaxation can be enjoyed, also the extensive Leutascher high valley holds with the completely renovated noble hotels crystal and Karwendel genuinely tempting Day Spa offers ready! Thus the hotel crystal in the local part Weidach presents itself now for instance with two-storied Cocoon Spa (ground floor starting from 16, OG for all), smelling wood sauna with view in the mountain panorama, generous sun terrace, new quiet areas for relaxing and at the Rooftop an all-season heated Infinity pool - one does not treat oneself otherwise anything! The relaxing day trip can also be upgraded here if desired with a rich gourmet breakfast - in any case, for the popular day spa refuge in the Hotel Kristall is requested in advance for timely reservation!
Hotel Kristall - state-of-the-art day spa with rooftop infinity pool and panoramic sauna in Leutasch (Photos: David Johansson)
If you are looking for a favorite place in the heart of nature, you never have to look far in Leutasch. With the Hotel Karwendel in the Ostbach district, a wellness facility has moved into the spotlight that is truly unparalleled here. Precious moments are promised by the 1,500 m2 recreation concept, stylishly cast in rustic alpine baroque. From kitsch however nevertheless no trace, instead nostalgic flair, timeless accents and modern amenities join to a total work of art for all senses: At the 300m2 bath pond give in the summer most diverse frogs open-air concerts, in the winter one jumps for it from the bed directly on the cross-country trail. There are hanging loungers to relax, mountain views of the mighty Munde, in between vitality bar, fitness, yoga, crystal grotto, sauna or a round in the year-round heated indoor & outdoor pool. If you have a choice, you're spoiled for choice - and there's plenty to do here.
Hotel Karwendel - timeless alpine baroque with modern touches, its own swimming pond and an appropriate pinch of premium (Photos: Hotel Karwendel)
Alpine and Olympic pool: Be spontaneous twice
If you feel like unwinding a bit after an adventure in the Alps, you'll find two great relaxation options at once in the Olympiabad Seefeld and Alpenbad Leutasch. Parking spaces and good public transport connections make spontaneous decisions easy in both cases, and the sauna areas are spacious and lovingly designed: In the Olympiabad Seefeld, a real Roman thermal bath was the model, the Alpenbad Leutasch, on the other hand, convinces with wooden sweat lodges in traditional Tyrolean design.
After soothing special infusions from the sauna master, spacious relaxation zones invite you to take a deep breath. Ice plunge pools and Kneipp facilities get the circulation going and on request the restaurant serves small delicacies for in between. Upon presentation of the regional "PlateauCard" guest card, hotel guests receive special offers and special conditions in both baths - those who don't like to sweat can simply go for a swim.
Of course, you can also have wellness with less, but one wonders here, why actually? If you give yourself a time-out on Tyrol's high plateau, you can also be generous - in any case, you have already found the most beautiful aspects of relaxation in the Seefeld region.