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Termas de Tiberio

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Termas de Tiberio

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Ctra. Del Balneario, Km. 10, 22650 Panticosa Spain
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Panticosa Spa is a glacier hole in the middle of Spanish Pyrenees; a granite hole rounded by peaks more high than 3000 meters. It has 4 lakes at less one hour of walk, 11 at less 2 hours and circa 80 at 4 hours! <br><br>And has a multitude of species of trees, shrubs, flowers and mushrooms that grow along its trails.<br><br>I propose you to visit some of the most unknown, and of greater diversity, where we will learn to identify those species that serve to heal or eat. A comfortable and entertaining tour, in which we will lack time.<br><br>There is a specific path. There are few loops between a forest of maples, Scottish pines and black pines to the first fields, meadows and a small trough where the forest is closed again over streams and springs water (30 ') to ascend to a small pass, already in sight of the first lake of the Lumiachas (1 hour; and the time to take photos, identify plants ..)<br><br>After, we'll return along the waterfalls of Caldarés river (1:30 am) to the Casa de Piedra refuge. We'll rest and review what we have found, resolve doubts and take a walk to the hot spring water and the lake to end!
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Rosa N wrote a review Apr 2019
Croydon, United Kingdom39 contributions12 helpful votes
I am a huge fan of spas and have been hooked since a trip to Baden Baden in my twenties. This spa has a good variety of thermal spas, quiet spots to have a relax and outdoor heated pools. What this spa does in spades however is amaze you with its mesmerising views of the surrounding mountains. Found at the end of a long road at the very end of the valley in the Panticosa region. The Spanish have been taking the waters here since 1887. The spa itself is ambitious - it’s a bit like one of the futuristic James Bond lairs in part- it does big space well with high ceilings, modernist concrete blocks and fantastic translucent walls of brown and white stone. The best bits for me were the incredibly tranquil white bottomed outdoor circular pool which was really brutal (the pictures on their website do not do this justice) the hammam room and the solarium for the wall of stone and the views. It had lots of interesting touches like an igloo room, amazing glass curved showers, and some great tile work in the women’s changing room. Lots of other reviewers have complained about the poor state of repairs. It definitely DOES need some work. However for the price €36 entry per person for 90 mins it is amazing value for money-and to be honest for the views alone it would be worth it.
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Date of experience: April 2019
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Elaine U wrote a review Jul 2017
Cincinnati, Ohio17 contributions13 helpful votes
The Termas have a number of unique features including hot and cold pools, a sauna and steam room, ice room and a Hamman which is a large round tile 'bed' that you lie on that is heated by the hot springs. The outdoor pool has a great view of the mountains. You get a 10 euro discount if staying at the hotel continental which is connected. The facility was in good shape (I noted some complaints regarding this in the 2014 review) and the drive up is spectacularly picturesque and we enjoyed it (in contrast to other recent reviewers). Overall, we enjoyed it a lot. My only complaint was that the hot pool was not as hot as I expected (in contrast to other hot springs we have been to like Calistoga, California and Idaho Springs, Colorado.
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Date of experience: July 2017
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Response from Nozar R, Director de Relaciones con Clientes at Termas de Tiberio
Responded Aug 3, 2017
Appreciated Elaine U! Thank you've spent a few minutes on TripAdvisor describe their experience in the Balneario Termas de Tiberio, these details help us identify possible areas for improvement. We are delighted to know that your experience has been the most exceptional, relaxing and we are glad to read that you have enjoyed all the facilities, as all the spaces of the Spa are designed for relaxation and healing water use. We regret to know that the water in the thermal pools was not hot enough, I would like to tell you that the mineral-medicinal waters of the Spa spring from the Tiberio spring at 50ºC and from the four sources each emerges at a different temperature from the spring Of San Agustín or Source of the Kidney where the temperature of emergency is of 26º, Source of the Beauty or of the Stomach the approximate temperature is of 28º, spring of the Lagoon its temperature of emergency is of 22º and finally fountain of Tiberio is the unique Source of deep origin. Emerges at 50 ° C, it is possible that the difference in temperature will not find them hot enough for your taste. We look forward to welcoming you back to our Resort in the future. Sincerely, Director of Customer Relations Balneario de Panticosa.
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gdl33110 wrote a review Jul 2017
Le Bouscat, France11 contributions4 helpful votes
When you arrive you will be very surprise not seing even one picture of the bath or others.... Then you will be very surprise when the woman in charge of helping you is ... speaking spanish only.... Such a shame Well that is true that Panticosa is such in growth .... what a joke...! Dont spend 20km of bad road to go there
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Date of experience: July 2017
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Response from Nozar R, Director de Relaciones con Clientes at Termas de Tiberio
Responded Aug 3, 2017
Hi gdl33110v! Thank you for commenting on your visit to Tiberio Thermal Spa in TripAdvisor, these details help us to detect possible aspects to improve. We deeply regret your dissatisfaction with our Spa and we can only apologize. I would like to tell you that both on our website and in the brochures that are distributed by the Resort and on the internet there is an endless number of photographs of the Thermal Spa of Tiberio. With reference to our staff, most speak several languages, including English and French, we feel we did not request your presence at the same time to make your stay much more pleasant. We look forward to welcoming you back to our Resort in the future. Sincerely, Director of Customer Relations Balneario de Panticosa.
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Ashish B wrote a review Dec 2014
Valencia, Spain18 contributions19 helpful votes
We went to the Balneario the second time this year and were a bit disappointed by it. The concept is good but some of the interesting sections were closed for some reason. The building was not well kept and a lot of maintenance work needs to be done. I hope the management works on it a bit more and makes some improvements as it is a really attractive concept for tourists. The exterior pool is brilliant as it gives a fantastic feeling of being in one's swimming costume surrounded by the snow covered Pyrenees.
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Maia H wrote a review Sep 2014
Boston, Massachusetts77 contributions41 helpful votes
Following our general rule of "where there are mountains, there are thermal springs," our party of 8 travelers (two families with four teenage children between us) made a last minute decision to stop here on our drive from Pamplona to Ainsa last week. I'm kind of glad that we didn't do our usual Tripadvisor due diligence before we did so, as the experience, for us, was surprisingly good. Although it is not altogether clear from information we could find on the internet, the drive is, as some reviews note, a little extreme. For those who are like me - a mid-westerner at heart who thinks a 300 foot climb is a bit steep - this may be a bit challenging. Located about 15 km from the French border, our guess is the complex sits at about 3,000 feet - and is almost completely surrounded by 6,000 foot peaks, some of which still had bits of snow at the top even in late August. There are paths that you can walk (we took a short 15 minute walk to a waterfall but weren't able to explore further due to time constraints), a few ok-ish restaurants for lunch, a hotel, and the spa. We thought we'd be going for the hours allowing children, but learned at the front desk that our teenagers (ages 12-15) were considered adults - a slight miscommunication due to my own lack of very good language skills when checking with them over the phone earlier that day. No worries, though, as we took a late lunch and then went to the spa after the "family hours" ended, meaning that we had a little more time than we thought to do the baths. Overall, we thought each of the staff that we encountered were very helpful and kind, and did not have any of the bad reactions to front desk help that some have noted. Yes, the facilities are showing signs of wear and tear, something all of us noted. Yes, there was one pool that was closed for repairs while we were there (we believe the hot one - bummer, but late summer is not exactly high season, as far as I can tell). And yes, the cost was 35 euros per person. But overall, we thought the facilities were clean, the baths and the activities engaging, and overall it was very relaxing. The outdoor pool, in particular, was beautiful, and our young adult companions had a fun time switching between the sauna and the "igloo." In fact, having just done a 25 km walk on the Camino del Santiago the day before, it was just what the doctor ordered for our group. The drive alone is spectacular, as far as I'm concerned - in our case, making the descent as the sun was hitting its rosiest shades of dusk against the sides of the steep cliffs. Had we known about the walks available to us, we probably would have made some more time in this area to do a bit of hiking, too. As Americans, if you are looking for something a little off the beaten path and are up for a tiny bit of an adventure, this may be worth your while.
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Date of experience: August 2014
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