Hot-water baths help open the pores of the skin, promote good blood circulation, and contribute to physical recovery by stimulating muscle relaxation.
Cold water strengthens and tones while having a numbing effect that calms pain.
Hammam (Steam) Bath
A hammam is a steam bath at 50 degrees Celsius. The high temperature of the steam bath makes the sweat glands work, forcing the body to eliminate waste, which also cleans the skin's pores. This softening of the skin favours the removal of dead cells. The heat, saturated to 100% humidity, leaves the skin feeling soft, which is supported by the elevated water vapour. This session of heat, followed by a short period in cold water, tones and firms the skin.
The principle behind a Finnish sauna is to bring together in one room the effects of heat, low humidity, and ventilation.
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Hours & Prices
The baths are open friday and saturdy 10 am to 8 pm, sunday 10 am to 16 pm pm and massages and aesthetic treatments are by reservation only.
Access to the baths: $35 per adult or free with accommodation
Schedule subject to change; we suggest that you call before visiting. Children 7 to 15 years are allowed in the suite on Sundays only, from 10 am to 2 pm, and must be accompanied by an adult (maximum 2 children per adult). Holidays are subject to special conditions and reservations. Taxes extra.
In order to maintain the quality of your experience, we limit the number of people using our facilities at any one time. You may therefore face a waiting period during busy days if the site is already full when you arrive and you have not made a reservation for a massage. Thank you for your cooperation.