Spa in Stockholm
Bath and beauty treatments in Stockholm
Yasuragi – A Japanese Bath in Stockholm. Your day at Yasuragi starts with an introduction to Japanese bath culture before stepping into the tranquility that is Yasuragi. There are dry saunas as well as steam rooms, a swimming pool, and amazing outdoor hot springs. The experience is unsurpassed during the winter as you submerge yourself in hot water and icicles form in your hair.
Yasuragi has a large selection of treatments to choose among – see the link below for more information. In addition to its spa, Yasuragi has two restaurants that serve Japanese food and the sake bar has Sweden’s largest selection of that treasured Japanese drink. Yasuragi is open from 6 am to 11 pm.
Yasuragi, / Hamndalsvägen 6/Saltjö-Boo, Sweden
Telephone: Private bookning +46 (08)747 64 00, Meeting Bookning +46 (08)747 63 00
E-mail: Private bookings, firstname.lastname@example.org
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Turn off at Drottninggatan and into Centralbadet’s courtyard. Jugendpalatset received its first bath patrons all the way back in 1904 and you’d be hard-pressed not to be impressed by Centralbadet’s architecture. Centralbadet has a wide selection of treatments for the entire body. There’s also a fully-equipped gym and there’re yoga and swimming classes and the Queen Street Barber will trim both hair and beard. Centralbadet’s restaurant Ecobaren focuses on both human and earth’s well-being.
BLUE SPA AND HAMMAM
Blue Hotel’s certified spa staff ensure that you are wonderfully relaxed and pampered. Blue Spa has a broad range of luxurious treatments that highlight your natural beauty. As is typical of a hammam, it has a heated marble hall in the middle where you are treated and a cool room where you have a cold drink and perhaps some fruit or nuts. The food served is traditional Swedish fare but with international influences – “sinfully healthy” is the motto of the kitchen.
SELMA CITY SPA
Selma City Spa is at the top of Clarion Hotel Sign near Norra Bantorget in Stockholm and is open also to visitors who are not hotel guests. From the outdoor pool on the roof, you have a view of Kungsholmen’s roof and the spa has a wide selection of beauty treatments to choose from. The restaurant serves healthy food with inspirations from the Caribbean.
Saltsjöbadens Friluftsbad, also popularly called Saltisbadet – the Saltwater Open-Air Pool – was built in the beginning of the century and is one of the few cold-water, wooden, swimming facilities that still remain on the Swedish east coast. Saltisbadet is located below Grand Hotel and consists of Mellanbadet, Dambadet and Herrbadet (co-ed pool and pools for women and men, respectively). Here you can party and swim in the Baltic Sea’s water or grab something to eat in the restaurant. This is an open-air pool and the facility is therefore only open during the summer. Please see the website for more details.