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Types of Sauna

Taking steam baths in specially designed rooms has a history that goes back thousands of years. The Romans and Greeks knew and made use of the therapeutic effects of sweating. Today, we understand taking a sauna to mean doing it the way the Finns do, namely in a wooden hut using a high temperature and low humidity.

On a total of 3,000 square meters, the Thermalbad Aukammtal offers a generously laid out and fascinating sauna with four indoor and three outdoor saunas each with a unique ambience and design. A whirlpool with a light-studded ceiling overhead adds invigorating enjoyment. Refreshment between sauna baths is provided at the wading pool, an ice fountain and special cold showers.

Refreshment between sauna baths is provided at the wading pool, an ice fountain and special cold showers.

Indoor Sauna

Crystal Sanarium

about 60° C
60% relative humidity
alternating crystal light

Finnish Sauna

about 80°–90° C
8–12% relative humidity
infusion sauna

Steam Bath

about 42° C
100% relative humidity
with colour illumination

Mental Relaxation Sauna

about 70°–75° C
12–15% relative humidity
relaxing music, a hay infusion tub and special lamps mounted to the walls provide an "aroma, mental and acoustic experience"

Wading Pool

with heated seats

Adventure Shower

with tropical or polar rain

Solariums

Outdoor Sauna

Fireplace Sauna

about 70°- 90° C
8–15% relative humidity
with a fireside

Sauna Loft

about 70° C
8-12% relative humidity
frequent, intensive infusions

Lodge Sauna

about 100° C
hot-dry sauna

More features

  • Covered Promenade
  • Tree Of Heaven with benches
  • Lawn for Sunbathing
  • Winter garden with panoramic view of Wiesbaden
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