What do you expect from the last thermal spa in Germany which is still family-owned, especially when it is an Earl's family? - The best of the best. Right. And it is. The spa is ultra-contemporary, with an open fire crackling in the middle of the relaxation room. The olympic-size thermal outdoor pool is gorgeous - especially in winter when the vapours emerge from the warm water. Amazingly, they keep the pool crystal-clear - not a single leaf inside.
Another gorgeous thing here is the park which is inviting for strolls day and night. I stayed in a junior suite which was an oversized room with very comfy chairs and a large bathroom with separate tub and shower. Everything stately decorated.
The ambiance of the whole place is not stiff, but rather relaxed. The historical buildings are tastefully modernized, e.g. with wooden floors, even in the otherwise splendid ballroom. The bar is very recommendable.
Yes, there are some minor flaws, too. When I entered the bathroom first, there was an odor coming from the drain in the shower. After I had turned the shower on for a few seconds, the problem was gone. Another aspect: The way from your room to the spa and pool area is pretty long - but you are provided with a bathrobe, slippers and a tote bag to put some personal belongings in.
I was there because of a business meeting. I will come back with my family for leisure.
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