Hot Springs Expansion for Rogner-Bad Blumau

The spectacular hot springs extension, Vulkania Hot Springs, was declared officially opened this week at the world-renown, Rogner-Bad Blumau Hotel & Spa Resort, Austria

The unique hot springs landscape, spanning three hectares, has over 1000 m? of covered relaxation areas, a thermal water pool, an Aphrodite Grotto, the unique ‘Strombolino’, the Vulkania Lake, the Four Elements Garden and superb restaurant, KleinundFein,

At the core of the facility for Rogner-Bad Blumau, is the impressive hot springs area with about 1,600 m? of water area. Comfortably warm indoor and outdoor hot pools are fed from the three royal sources; Caspar, Melchior and Balthasar springs, creating a true sense of fresh water wellbeing. 

The amenities at Rogner-Bad Blumau are hailed as some of the best in Europe and include; spacious sauna facilities equipped with Finnish-style, indoor and outdoor saunas, Bio-Saunarium with Helarium, Roman sweat bath, Turkish steam bath,
an Aromacave, together with a whirlpool and outdoor cold water pool. There are also rooms to relax in and sunbathing areas on the lush green roofs of the hot springs, plus the 800 m? large sunbathing island - creating the perfect place for spa-going sun lovers.

Nestled in the gently rolling hills of the Styrian hot springs region, the large-scale hotel, hot springs and leisure facility is the perfect place to relax and regenerate.
It’s not just the one-of-a-kind architectural design, but also the special composition of the 36¡C hot springs and the high quality of health offerings unique in Europe that contribute to the wellbeing of every guest.


This opening plays a major role in improving and ensuring high quality levels at Rogner.
Later in December, sauna facilities extension will be completed, and by the New Year, guests will be able to top-up energy levels for winter in the resort’s new Finnish outdoor sauna, as well as the newly created herb and infra-red sauna.

General Manager, Alfred Hackl, says, “Our motto ‘the subtle difference…’ is reflected in the personal care of each guest. We regard ourselves as a leading organisation for promoting life in harmony with nature. Harmony and hospitality come first with us”.

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