Astonishing hot springs are sometimes hidden in the icy regions of the poles… Experience the extremes and acclimatize your body to temperature changes to fully enjoy the benefits of thermotherapy and achieve ultimate relaxation.

Thermal Waterfall

Thermal Waterfall

Located outdoors, right in the middle of the spa, the thermal waterfall is a must, whether it is for a comforting brief stopover or to end your journey in style.

Between two elegant stone columns, come slide under a fine cascade of hot water that will relax you from head to toe. 

Neptune's Cave

Neptune's Cave

Come take refuge in Neptune's Cave. This deep pool is partially covered and you will have to cross its emerging steam curtains to explore every corner. 

In the soft twilight of the cave, let the waterfalls gently massage you as they flow along the walls, or bask in its warm waters. Relaxing enough to forget all your worries!

Arctic Bath

Arctic Bath

Brave the cool temperature of our Arctic Bath located just outside the Finnish and Swedish Saunas. While this experience may worry the rookies, the most experienced know how much it is worth it. 

A thermotherapy cycle is not complete without immersion in cold water. After perspiring in the intense heat of the sauna, the cold allows your skin to firm up once the toxins have been released. What a great way to feel refreshed and energized!

Russian Sauna

Russian Sauna

While traveling in the vast regions of Russia, we discovered what its inhabitants call banya: it has the peculiarity of being halfway between a dry sauna and a steam bath. The brick stove that heats the room is sprinkled with water, releasing a dry, light steam, and a soothing mist is diffused from the ceiling at regular intervals. 

Our Russian sauna allows you to discover the principle of banya, in a revamped style that combines tradition and comfort. To cool off, you will find a cold water well and a snow and ice fall!