Deutschland Detox

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Villa Stephanie features 15 treatment rooms overlooking the gardens, a plunge pool, a private gym and a ladies sauna.
Villa Stephanie features 15 treatment rooms overlooking the gardens, a plunge pool, a private gym and a ladies sauna.

January marks the beginning of not only a new year, but also a new opportunity to lead a healthier lifestyle after overindulging during the holidays. Soon, guests can detox in the lap of luxury at Villa Stéphanie in Brenners Park-Hotel & Spa, which is within the portfolio of the Oetker Collection, in Baden-Baden, Germany. Slated to open mid-January, the 54,000-square-foot spa is adjacent to the main building and is sprawled out among five floors. It features a sauna, a plunge pool, a private gym and a hammam. But, the most notable aspect of the spa is arguably the treatment menu, which has a heavy emphasis on health and wellness. Options include the Weight Loss program (qualified for diabetics), which offers clients individual supervision and guidance over a 10-day period to help them reach their nutrition and fitness goals; Organic Detox program, a seven-day regimen that includes daily organic treatment rituals and fitness plans tailored to each guest’s specific needs; and Vitality Detox program, a seven-day experience for those who are new to detoxing, which incorporates a variety of activities and relaxation options.

Connected to Villa Stéphanie is Haus Julius, an 18,300-square-foot medical spa that offers a variety of services, including dermatology, ophthalmology, dentistry, physiotherapy, nutritional coaching and more. Here, guests can partake in the intensive Medical Detox program, which combines holistic medicine with a variety of therapies, beauty treatments and healthy eating options designed to help the client achieve maximum benefits. Doctors, nutrition experts and personal trainers all work together to support clients.

Note: Guests can opt to stay in one of the 12 double rooms or three corner suites located on the first, second and third floors of the spa, all with elevator access to the basement-level spa.

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