- Beautifully renovated Art-Nouveau gem built in
1912 and nestling in the picturesque environment of Spa Island, directly
connected to the Irma Health Spa.
- Located on the site of thermal springs and
healing mud, close to the Colonnade Bridge linking Spa Island to the
town of Piešt´any.
- Luxurious spa offering a choice of over 60 treatments using thermal water and rejuvenating mud.
Indulge in the unique mud pool and try our special medical wellness programmes.
- All you need to keep fit on Spa Island: golf
course, tennis, jogging paths. Water sports, fishing, cycling, squash
and bowling in Piešťany.
- Excellent cuisine served in the Grand Restaurant and Café Alexander, with its beautiful summer terrace.
111 luxurious, air-conditioned rooms – including 15 suites, equipped with bathroom, flat-screen TV, internet, safe, two telephones, tea and coffee set, bathrobe, hairdryer. Rooms with disabled access.
Grand Restaurant, Café Alexander with summer terrace.
Ferdinand Salon and Salon Hubertus – both with seating for 15 – 30 persons.
Nearby: Congress house for 400 people.
SPA, WELLNESS, FITNESS
Outdoor swimming pool with thermal mineral water, mud pool, mirror pool, whirlpool and mud packs.
Irma Health Spa - providing treatments with unique healing thermal mineral water and curative sulphuric mud, regeneration and relaxation tretments.
Fitness centre, sauna. Emporium Wellness & Beauty: cosmetic treatments, massages, manicures, pedicures, hairdresser.
Business centre, room service, laundry, concierge service, exchange office, safe, car rental, transfers and ample parking.
Golf, tennis, bike rental, Nordic walking.
GUEST SERVICES – daily free of charge:
- Bottle of mineral water in the room
- Tea at 5 o´clock – tea and cookies in Salon Hubertus
After their grand opening in 1912, the Art Nouveau hotel Thermia Palace and Irma Health Spa became world-famous and some of the most sought-after spa facilities not only in Europe but in the whole world.
In choosing an emblem for this hotel, Ľudovít Winter was inspired by a magical story about a peacock which was healed by the water from Piešťany springs. Mr. Winter therefore chose one of these magnificent birds to stand as the symbol of Thermia Palace. There is a relief of a peacock on the front façade of the hotel and on the stained glass on the upper floor.
The idea of building a luxurious hotel unparalleled in standard and connected to exceptional spa facilities by a corridor bore its fruit. The hotel and the balneotherapy center, designed by Budapest architects Ármin Hegedüs and Henrich Böhm, fulfilled their purpose for almost one hundred years with only partial renovations.
Already in the past Thermia Palace attracted kings, sheiks, maharajahs, and other important people. Among its guests you could fi nd Bulgarian Tsar Ferdinand, German singer Richard Tauber, holder of Nobel prize for literature Selma Lagerlöf, painter Alphons Mucha, Czech comedian Vlasta Burian, president Edvard Beneš, and many others.
The richly decorated interior of Thermia Palace hosts many remarkable architectural and artistic features, but the two most prominent elements are the staircase with stained glass windows, and the Grand Restaurant with an invaluable painting by Alphonse Mucha who donated the picture to the spa as a gift for curing his daughter.