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Les Thermes de Spa, Spa

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#1 of 14 in Baths in Belgium
Onsen Resort · Thermal Spa
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Embrace the tranquility of a healing retreat with a city view at Les Thermes de Spa. A park surrounds the spa, allowing you to immerse yourself in a natural setting. An indoor area protected by a glass dome offers tiered circular pools where visitors can soak and swim. Both the indoor and outdoor pools are heated, so no matter what weather's like outside, you'll be cozy in the water. Visit the fitness center and then relax your muscles in the saunas, hammams, and heating lamps. Treatments are available the day of your visit, but book in advance to guarantee your treatment type and time of choice. Put Les Thermes de Spa on your schedule, and learn what else deserves a visit by using our Spa travel planner.
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  • Decent spa, but that's about it. The heated outside pool with a view is relaxing, but the inside pool was barely lukewarm. There was a constant flow of people entering and exiting the sauna, which... 
    Decent spa, but that's about it. The heated outside pool with a view is relaxing, but the inside pool was barely lukewarm. There was a constant flow of people entering and exiting the sauna, which...  more »
  • The outside (heated!) pool surrounded by old trees was very relaxing, there were also very good jetstreams for massage. I booked the Mignardise Zen package: Massage onder een regengordijn: very... 
    The outside (heated!) pool surrounded by old trees was very relaxing, there were also very good jetstreams for massage. I booked the Mignardise Zen package: Massage onder een regengordijn: very...  more »
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  • It's basically a big public mineral pool ($25 for 3 hours, per person). There are some jets and water features, but basically just a pool. If you are in Spa and have time to kill, might as well check it off your list...but don't go out of your way to see it. Honestly, it's weird. I wouldn't go again.
  • Add a bit more zen to the commercial aspect with regards to the treatments à l’Institut. Now very much a factory approach…in and out. However, giving people 5 minutes to wind down after treatment, an explanation of how to improve skincare, and why products are recommended, would already make a difference. Even the receptionist - where the products can be bought - doesn’t explain the why, what and how of what was written down on that paper we were given (in fact, she was quite rude). In short, customer experience to be improved à l’Institut. On the other hand, the ladies downstairs at the entrance are amazing!

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