The highest level of comfort, luxury and well-being
Designed in art-deco style, our ‘Royal Spa’ draws all its inspiration from this marvellous era. A place where formal elegance meets luxurious materials and pleasant placidity meets indulgent sensuality.
Take a swim in the heated indoor pool, where the multicoloured light shining through the glass cupola makes for sheer pleasure. Let your senses embark on a journey through space and time in our saunas which feature Roman elements. Feel the refreshing, stimulating power of the Baden-Baden fountain of youth as you luxuriate throughout beauty treatments and refuelling massages.
Moments to savour.
Holistic balance for the body, mind and soul.
LUXURIOUS BEAUTY CEREMONIES
The expertise and caring manner of our highly qualified beauty therapists make your wellness and beauty experience at our spa perfect. Leave everyday life behind you, enjoy the perfect slowdown and experience the benefits of treatments tailored to you personally with high-quality ST BARTH products.
Our new treatment: beauty at the speed of sound
Microneedling revitalises the skin on the face and stimulates collagen production. The skin is also nourished with hyaluronic acid during the treatment, aiding the skin’s rejuvenation from within. Afterwards, the active anti-ageing agents penetrate deep into the dermis through the application of ultrasound technology.
Approx. 90 minutes/€178 per person
THE POWER OF WATER
Relax with a few laps of the pool, splash about with all your family or simply let the time while away. The world of water at the ‘Royal Spa’ makes you want to immerse in the refreshing, wet atmosphere. Explore our urban retreat in the heart of Baden-Baden with a 60 m2 indoor pool, fragrant shower experiences and healing foot wellness baths.
A palatial world of warmth
Healing from the first glance. Our saunas take their inspiration from the architecture of Ancient Rome and the fascinating works of Austrian painter Gustav Klimt. A place of power. Full of warmth, tranquillity, relaxation and energy. Sheer pleasure in our classic sauna, steam bath, laconium and infrared cabin – or make use of our ice fountain and quiet zones.
Body and mind
Celebrate yourself with intense exercise in our spacious fitness zone with an extensive offer of exercises in a relaxed atmosphere. Or with personal training with our highly qualified personal trainers, who will develop an exclusive plan for you with flexible times and locations and one single goal: your individual well-being.
Wellness for the body and soul. Relax, enjoy and be active for a full three days (two nights’ accommodation). With luxurious massages. Enjoying our prestigious Royal Spa during your stay. With unique moments full of the beauty, music and culture that can only be found in Baden-Baden.
Running and walking
Running is nourishing for the soul. The harmonious rhythm of the movement boosts your ability to think, soothes pain and releases serotonin. Combine this positive experience with divine panoramic views of our region on gorgeous running and walking trails around Baden-Baden.
Along Oos brook – 4.3 km
Head straight from the hotel into Werderstrasse and follow it to Oos brook. Turn right there and, following Oos creek, head down Lichtentaler Allee, a street surrounded by meticulously curated parks and gardens. Walk by the spa gardens past a small waterfall and, halfway through, turn left and cross the bridge over Oos brook. The path back is on the left behind the buildings that line the brook. Turn left just before the large Protestant church tower, heading back towards the banks of the brook. Once you reach there, veer off the direct path after 150 m and walk over the small Bellevue Bridge to the right and through the park towards ‘Parkcafé’. Turn left there and keep walking straight ahead until you reach Bertholdbad pool, where you turn left into Bertholdstrasse. Cross the road at the pedestrian crossing and after 100 m take a right into Schillerstrasse – past ‘Hotel Brenners’. Walk by the church and media centre to the banks of the Oos brook and back through the small park belonging to ‘Hotel Atlantic’. You will see Maison Messmer Baden-Baden on the left once you get to the spa building.
Fremersberg circuit – 6.4 km
Set out by leaving the hotel and turning left down Werderstrasse – follow the posted directions on the street, up the hill towards ‘Rosengarten’. The route goes steadily upwards for 1,000 m until Moltkestrasse. About halfway you will follow the street around a U-turn so that you don’t start heading downwards again. Once you arrive on top, keep walking down Moltkestrasse. Turn left into Reutweg 300 m after the first building belonging to the SWR organisation. From this position you can enjoy a wondrous view of Baden-Baden and the Black Forest. Then it’ll be time to head back down the slope. Walk to the end of Reutweg and turn left into Fremersbergstrasse, going downhill. Leave Fremersbergstrasse after roughly 1 km and turn right into Quettigstrasse towards the restaurant ‘Molkenkur’ – your point of orientation for any additional walking circuits you may wish to embark on. Pass the restaurant and turn left after the big building belonging to the SWR organisation – now you go back up the hill. At the end of the street, turn left into Hermann-Sielcken-Strasse, where you turn left again onto the footpath after about 150 m. The path takes you through the forest and down a slope back to ‘Molkenkur’ restaurant. Here you can tack on another 1.6 km loop walk – turn left for this and start walking up the hill. To head back to the hotel, turn right into Quettigstrasse. When you reach the Fremersbergstrasse junction, turn right and follow Fremersbergstrasse down the hill. Turn left through the park after roughly 200 m and follow the sign to ‘Dorint Hotel’. Keep left, walking past Museum Frieder Burda until you reach the spa building. Take a left here and walk the final 100 m back to the hotel.
‘Diringers Mühle’ Watershed route – 8 km
Head straight from the hotel into Werderstrasse and follow it to Oos brook. Turn right there and – following Oos brook – head down Lichtentaler Allee, a street surrounded by meticulously curated parks and gardens. After the second zebra crossing, your direction will drift further away from the Oos as you follow the pedestrian and bike path on the opposite side of the street straight past an idyllic, large meadow. Looking across the meadow, you can see the majestic hilly landscape of the Black Forest come into view. At Klosterplatz (‘convent square’), you will pass Lichtental abbey. Turn right towards Bühlerhöhe after 350 m. Follow the road and Grobbach brook for about 1.2 km until you reach ‘Diringers Mühle’, a hotel restaurant. The perfect place for a pit stop to refuel before turning around and making your way back the way you came.