Good health and good living

Health and wellbeing have a long-standing tradition.

Kochbrunnen Wiesbaden
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Good health and good living!

Fitness and wellness venues in Frankfurt Rhine-Main


Frankfurt/Main, 15st January 2015 (tcf): Health and wellbeing have a long-standing tradition in the Frankfurt Rhine-Main region. In times long gone, great kings of men travelled to the spas of the Rhine-Main area to recuperate from their ails. Centuries later, and there is still no German region th Health aat boasts more mineral sources, thermal baths, spa facilities and spa hotels than Frankfurt Rhine-Main. Here, the stress of everyday life is quickly made forgotten thanks to the healing hands of expert masseurs, the scent of essential oils, and countless other treatments and applications. If you desire to start the year happy and healthy, then Frankfurt Rhine-Main is where you should be.


The international finance centre of Frankfurt is home to countless wellness temples that help the worn and weary to rejuvenate mind, body and soul. The luxurious Talise Spa at the Jumeirah Hotel is one of the most exclusive of these. The range of offers available here includes traditional massages and cosmetic treatments, Thai massages, men’s and women’s saunas and individual rest areas. Despite their exclusivity, the spa facilities are available to non-hotel guests also. The thermal baths at Hotel Frankfurter Hof’s THE SPA meet the desires of cosmopolitan wellness aficionados equally well. Whether it’s a session in a Turkish bath (“Hamam”), a dry sauna, a cleansing steam bath or a revitalising rain shower, the benefits for body and soul are truly diverse. Gentlemen have the option of concluding their spa experience with a visit of the in-house barbershop, while the ladies have the spa’s so-called “Speed Beauty Concept“ available to them, a combination offer featuring make-up, manicure and hair-styling. Consisting of some 10,000 square metres of floor space, the MeridianSpa at the Skyline Plaza is Frankfurt’s largest fitness and wellness club. A 20-metre swimming pool set beneath a massive glass dome and a spacious rooftop terrace featuring views of the surrounding high-rises are just two of the venue’s many architectonic highlights.

Situated only a short drive from the metropolis of Frankfurt, one finds the famous spa towns of Wiesbaden and Bad Homburg.

Wiesbaden, the Hessian state capital, is a famous treatment centre for rheumatic and orthopaedic ailments. The city is home to a number of rehab clinics and specialist hospitals, including the internationally renowned German Diagnostic Clinic (DKD) and the Aukammklink. Wiesbaden is even more famous for its long-standing spa tradition. Two thousand years ago, the Romans living here took advantage of the region’s sources, fully using the mineral springs to their benefit. Today, those seeking rest and relaxation are urged to head to the historical Kaiser-Friedrich-Therme, one of the region’s most elegant spa facilities. Paying tribute to the ancient Roman sweat bath, one of which serves as the foundation for the spa, this beautiful venue presents itself in the style of an antique thermal bathhouse with imposing columned halls and lavish ornaments.

Bad Homburg is a time-honoured spa town featuring a number of modern health spas and rehab facilities. Its spa traditions are linked to the many mineral sources to be found here. The town is home to a number of first-class clinics renowned for their qualitative patient care and serene settings, including Klinik Dr. Baumstark and the Hochtaunus-Klinik. Combining good health and wellbeing, the clinics of Bad Homburg help patients to forget the hustle and bustle of everyday life, offering them the opportunity of a regenerative break and a return to physical and mental strength. The luxurious Kur Royal Day Spa at Kaiser-Wilhelm-Bad and the Taunus Therme thermal baths invite guests to enjoy similar luxuries at a very affordable price. Alternatively, those interested in aquatic entertainment have the “Seedammbad” at their disposal, an indoor-outdoor water park that is the perfect place to rest and to play.

So whether it’s Frankfurt with its qualitative cultural programme and cosy apple wine pubs, Bad Homburg with its scenic spa park and the landgrave’s castle, or Wiesbaden with its picturesque plazas and idyllic old town – Frankfurt Rhine-Main is the perfect place for combining a few relaxing days of wellness with an memorable city trip.


Frankfurt Tourist+Congress Board
Elena Holschier-Rupprecht
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