In Budapest, Hungary’s vibrant capital, you can sample spicy paprika at the Great Market Hall (designed by Gustave Eiffel), sip coffee in a genteel turn-of-the-20th-century café, and enjoy an affordable performance at the luxurious Opera House. Budapest has its fair share of museums and monuments, too: You can ogle the opulent interior of the Hungarian Parliament, get a taste of the gloomy Hungarian psyche at the National Gallery, and wander through a field of quirky old communist statues at Memento Park. But for me, splashing and relaxing in Budapest’s thermal baths is the city’s top attraction. Though it might sound daunting, bathing in Budapest is far more accessible than you’d.
With the arrival of the warm and sunny weather, it’s finally spa season, (well let’s face it, it’s always spa season in Belgium). We thought it would be a great time to recap 3 of our favourite spas in Belgium. For those of you who have never been to a Belgian spa, it could be a bit different than what you’re used to back home, especially for you North Americans. If you’re like I was, you probably think of a spa as a place to get a massage, facial or manicure. Belgian spas have all of this but are so much more. In fact, Belgians have perfected the spa. As.
WELLNESSSS & SPA AT GRAND HOTEL AMRÂTH AMSTERDAM Treatment and facilities: Revive Wellness & Spa at Grand Hotel Amrâth Amsterdam offers a full range of individual face and body treatments to help revive and relax you. Fully trained professional massage therapists use top cosmetics brand BABOR in all their treatments, containing pure vegetable and natural sea-based ingredients. The spa’s facilities include a sauna, steam bath, fitness area, whirlpool and swimming pool. Signature treatment: Chocolate massage – pure heavenly indulgence. Guests will be treated to an invigorating message using cocoa oil with a rich milk chocolate aroma that will leave you feeling relaxed and refreshed. The cocoa oil is a great.