Italy: Tuscany’s Adler Thermae Spa Offers Journey to Wellness

Adler Thermae Spa, located in the natural setting of the Orcia Valley, Tuscany has announced its Journey to Wellness packages offering an invitation to take a much needed break in one of the most beautiful spots in the world. Through the invitation your clients can relax in a spa and its waters and wander the Tuscan hills visiting the local shops, restaurants and sampling the fresh regional cuisine.

Starting May 1 Adler Thermae offers a Journey to Wellness Package including:

One 70-75 minute spa treatment of your choice
Three 45-50 minute spa treatments of your choice
Spa unlimited: thermal pools with whirlpools and waterfall, swimming pool, caldarium-steam sauna with Tuscan herbs, Etruscan salt steam sauna, Finnish sauna, Turkish
bath and relaxation area on two floors
ADLER FIT Fitness World, with innovative equipment, supervised programs, mental training, Yoga, Pilates and Private Coaching
Luxury half board with a large vital breakfast buffet, an afternoon snack-buffet with cakes, and a 4 to 5 course gourmet dinner “à la carte”
Underground car parking
A cozy bathrobe and bath set are at your disposal for the entire stay
Free internet WIFI connection

The price for 4 nights starts at 1,044 Euro per person, 5 nights 1,273 Euro per person, 6 nights 1,617 Euro per person, 7 nights 1,944 Euro per person including all of the above.

Adler Thermae, privately owned by the Sanoner family, is built as an antique rural villa surrounded by gardens, and only a few hundred meters from the small village of Bagno Vignoni. It has a total of 90 luxury rooms and suites: The “Superior” for two people, “Family Junior Suite” for three and the Family Suite for four. The spacious rooms offer a sitting area with tea-table and a sofa, a writing desk and an armchair. The decor features rich wood furnishings, with warm-toned draperies. Rooms and suites have “Bio air-conditioning” (room temperature and dampness individually adjustable) and private terraces or balconies overlooking the splendid Orcia Valley. The marble bathroom features a deep soaking tub and separate glass-enclosed shower, toilet and bidet in a separate room. Rooms for disabled and rooms for allergy sufferers are also available. The Sanoner family also owns the Adler Wellness & Sport Resort in the Dolomites.

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