Relaxation, Sauna and Steam Room in Alsace, Saint-Hippolyte

Well-being and relaxation in Alsace

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Enjoy a wonderful getaway in a place devoted to peace and rest. Our relaxation space offers a sauna and a steam room.

A well-being ritual from Finland, the sauna is a room heated at a high temperature. You should enter it for a few moments and then leave it to take advantage of the alternating hot-cold effect. The action of the heat and cold make this ritual particularly beneficial for the skin and body. The sauna releases toxins and impurities from the body and helps to keep the skin clear and healthy, relieves pains and muscular fatigue, improves circulation and arterial pressure, soothes tension, stress and mental fatigue.

The steam room offers a heated room with 100% humidity. It acts on the body in the same way as a rejuvenation treatment: detox effect, acts on colds, helps muscular recovery, and reduces stress, these are just some of the virtues of a session in the steam room, and why not also take advantage of the opportunity to enjoy a good scrub.

To get the most out of your stay, you will also find a bar with a lounge, a games room with billiards, table football, and a jukebox in the former wine cellar of the Castle of the Dukes of Lorraine, and a massage space.

Massages

You want to escape everyday stress? Enjoy a complete relaxation experience? Treat yourself to the luxury of a moment all to yourself, and more?
Our practitioner offers sculpting services carried out according to ancient Indian and Asian techniques in an ambience conducive to the relaxation of the body and mind.

Complete body sculpting, 60 mins: €70
  Bambous

  Zazen
  Abhyanga

  Dosha 
  Marmas 


Body sculpting or partial body sculpting, 45 mins: €55

In a few lines

In the heart of the Alsace vineyards, in Saint-Hippolyte, the Hôtel Val-Vignes offers:

  • A sauna and a steam room (included in the price of the room)
  • A massage space (by appointment)
  • A bar with lounge
  • A games room with billiards, table football and a jukebox in the former wine cellar of the Castle of the Dukes of Lorraine