Termy Rzymskie
Termy Rzymskie
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Roman Spa - Temple of Health and Energyis a unique and magical place - complex of saunas, baths and swimming pools reconstructed based on the ancient Baths of Pompeii prints.with unlimited possibilities and options - Temple of the Sun, 3 swimming pools, Water Temple, 12 saunas and baths (including the mud bath, floral, herbal and Finnish saunas, sauna of experiences etc.) and the Wellness Centre & Spa with relaxing treatments and massages.
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Oskar G
1 contribution
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2021
Amazing place! A definite must go for every person who likes saunas, ancient Rome or both. You will leave this place relaxed and fresh. An additional big plus is a fully equipped gym stylised to look like an inside of an Egyptian pyramid. I will come here again, many time.
Written June 27, 2021
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sarenka
Dunboyne, Ireland123 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2014 • Couples
A real sauna paradise - we are still recovering from a shock places like that exists in Poland in not so picturesque location, but a very urban and industrial area. It's like an oasis.... I have never seen such variety of saunas and steam rooms - I don't think we managed to see them all during our few hours long visit. Everything is kept very clean and hygienic and you are required to be naked - towels are needed. The music and atmosphere is very relaxing and old Roman decor makes the place quite special. No hot pools here - just cold water :-) There is fantastic large outdoor sauna and the have sauna rituals every hour with a sauna master - I was very sceptical but after attending one I wished I went to them all. It was amazing experience and the sauna master was not only highly skilled but very friendly and funny - he played Bob Marley and was wearing Jamaican hat with attached dreadlocks ;-) The restaurant isn't great and the staff wasn't that nice either, you would think smiling does kill ;-) If you are hungry order salad - the best food on the menu and quite enjoyable, rest is hardly edible and hugely overpriced, Please do yourself a favour and visit this place - you will love it!
Written May 29, 2014
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WarsawTraveller
Warsaw, Poland120 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2012 • Couples
Poland is not a very sauna-friendly place compared to Germany or Czech Republic. If you're staying at a spa hotel here you're likely to see people entering the saunas in flip-flops and bathing suits. So if in Silesia region of Poland and enjoy a true sauna experience, visit Czeladz with this spa center. The rooms are decorated in a bit kitschy manner but services and offer is professional - you get Finnish saunas, steam baths, a hot tub in kind of a salt cave, tubs with ice cold water, nice showers and resting places. They also have a sauna house outside of the main building where they can fit around 100 people for an Aufguss (a typical German sauna tradition where they put water on hot stones to increase temperature and then wave towels at participants to help them sweat it all out, sometimes done with music and humour) and after you can get outside in the cold pool (great in the winter). There is also a small indoor swimming pool and some spa services such as massage. Worth spending a whole day there, just relaxing.
Written August 30, 2012
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Tomasz L
Warsaw, Poland100 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Mar 2017 • Couples
There are not too many attractions in Czeladz but Termy Rzymske seems to attract people going there from distant locations and half of the clients talk German. I especially recommend sauna rituals. I didn't even know before that there are people mastering towel spinning.

I do not understand the 'nudist' buzz around that place. They forbid wearing swimsuits but you can or sometimes even should use towels or dressing gowns. So the rules are the same as in every other sauna I visited.
Written April 3, 2017
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Alberto M
Milan, Italy252 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
It's a sauna paradise in a location closer to Katowice urban area. It's an oasis with a so wide variety of traditional saunas which is really difficult to find in Poland as it isn't a very sauna-friendly place compared to Austria and Germany.
If in the past I was used to stop in Austria to find such a place since last year when I found the termy rzymskie in Czeladz I changed idea.
I was there in 31st of Dicember too for the end of the year and the experience was fantastic: we passed all the night relaxing, having any kind of saunas with rituals by highest level sauna masters each hour and champagne of course! We slept in the hotel too, a little older but comfortable.
The sauna area comprises traditional finnish saunas, steam baths, tubs with ice cold water, showers and many resting places. There is a really fantastic large outdoor sauna too outside of the main building which can contain approx 100 people for the Aufguss ritual before you can jump into the cold pool!
As any real sauna you are required to be naked.
If you like sauna you have to spend a whole day there enjoying the high professionality and relaxing.
Written August 14, 2014
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Roel Derckx
Venlo, The Netherlands11 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2016 • Friends
Okay spa, mostly concentrated on (hot) saunas. We went there as part of out stay at the Palac Saturna hotel.

There is a wide variety of saunas and several baths, and a larger outside lounge area with beds.

The baths and saunas are sanitary, but the entourage and design is extremely shoddy and fake. It's also all rather dark, since it is located in the basement of the hotel.

So if you're staying at the hotel this is a really nice free bonus. If you're coming here only for the spa, i think it's rather over-priced (especially for Polish standards).
Written August 7, 2016
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Alexander v
Hanoi, Vietnam35 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
A wide variety of sauna's, steam rooms and other amenities make this sauna worth going to. The friendly staff is always willing to help and the ensure that everything is kept clean. The food would be better if they would work with fresh ingredients and put more care into it. Overall worth going to.
Written July 14, 2012
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917johana
London, UK123 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2019 • Couples
We were recommended Termy Rzymskie by a friend and it was absolutely great.
We stayed in Pałac Saturna- same building as the Termy Rzymskie for two nights. To be honest the room looked amazing on the pictures but in reality it was outdated and quite pricey.
Termy Rzymskie on the other side were magnificent. Great design, great facilities and well organised. Every hour till 5pm then every half an hour excellent sauna shows by Mateusz and Damian - they were the best showman’s. I will come back soon for more.
So far the best Saunarium.
Written May 18, 2019
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Dominik M
Gdansk, Poland572 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2017 • Business
Best sauans in Poland. Stylish place with more then 10 saunas, few pools and good masages. There is also nice restaurant and perfect service
Written October 18, 2017
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dfasula
Torun, Poland208 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2016 • Friends
Planning my business trip to Silesia and needed to discuss some topics with friend of mine, local person, I have asked him to advise on place to talk and stay overnight. He suggested me Palac Saturna hotel and their sauna complex, Termy Rzymskie.
We have spent very nice time there. The complex is really big with number of different saunas, relax rooms, swimming pool and many others. There is also bar there, so if you needed to hydrate yourself or got hungry, don't worry. Follow the schedule and participate special perfromances there and you will be even more delighted.
Not for very shy individuals. The complex is non-textile area (don't worry, you might be equipped with dressing-gown), something really not very popular in this country.
Written November 5, 2016
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