Lenght of stay 4. Nights, half board, 8. Treatments, initial medical consultation
- Full air-conditioning
- Accessible hotel
- Pet-friendly hotel
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wellness services
- Medical services
- Function rooms
"Tradition, style & a gorgeous spa"
The beautiful Art-Nouveau Thermia Palace; the first 5 star spa & wellness hotel in Piestany, Slovakia, opened its elegant doors in 1912 and soon became one of the best health spas in Europe, if not the world. Nestling in the gorgeous green environment of Spa Island, and connected directly to the Irma Health Spa, the Thermia Palace has been sensitively restored to its former glory with a richly-decorated interior, beautiful stained glass staircase and the Grand Restaurant with an invaluable painting by Alphonse Mucha. The luxurious spa offers more than 60 treatments using its on-site thermal water, unique mud pool and the special medical wellness programmes ensure guests feel like new. The Colonnade Bridge, near this quality spa resort, links Spa Island to the town of Piešt’any, however guests have everything they need here, from superb cuisine served in the Grand Restaurant to sporting facilities: golf, tennis, jogging and cycling paths, fishing, squash and even bowling. An island of health, fitness, fine food and luxury - who could ask for more?!
GUEST SERVICES – daily free of charge:
- Bottle of mineral water in the room
- 5 o´clock tea – tea and cookies in Café Alexander
For the comfort and health of our guests, please note that this is a smoke-free hotel.
Smoking is permitted in designated areas only.
Thank you for your kind understanding.
Find your room
Guests at this spa palace resort wake up to a glorious verdant view of the island. Hotel Thermia Palace is the top wellness hotel in Slovakia and offers accommodation in 111 luxurious rooms, including 15 suites with classic period furnishings.
Explore our hotel
At this top Piestany Spa, guests feel as if they are on an island of health and wellness. At the Spa Water World, bathers choose between the outdoor thermal pool, the warm mud pool and the Mirror pool, or try a refreshing whirlpool after a relaxing sauna. Trained Danubius Premier Fitness staff offer personal fitness training and consultations. The wellness treatments use thermal water to focus on relaxation, revitalisation, beauty and fitness programmes. With a range of cosmetic treatments at the Emporium Salon, visitors on a spa break feel totally regenerated.
Medical spa stays
The Irma Health Spa provides more than 60 medical and therapeutic treatments using the unique healing thermal mineral water and curative sulphuric mud. This world-famous Slovak thermal spa owes its reputation to the remarkable natural springs. The famous symbol, the ‘Crutch Breaker’, is a true expression of the healing powers of Piešťany’s natural attributes. Indeed, crutches often become redundant after guests experience the healing waters. Visitors attest to the spa’s successful weight loss treatments and miraculous mud.
At this elegant Piestany hotel, the Grand Restaurant provides international cuisine and local specialities in a glamorous setting, decorated by a painting by the artist Alphonse Mucha, who donated the picture as a gift for curing his daughter. Within the Danubius Healthy Choice, a variety of organic, vegetarian, low-fat food is offered to health-conscious guests. After a work-out or a game of golf, enjoy a cool drink and the view of the green island from the beautiful summer terrace of the Café Alexander.
At this grand Piestany spa resort, there are many venues, all with state-of-the-art facilities, for meetings and events. The Grand Restaurant hosts weddings, balls and receptions, while the Irma Corridor can seat 70 guests at a banquet, and even more at a reception. The Ferdinand Salon is a sunlit conference premises, suitable for meetings and private meals. The Salon Hubertus seats 30 guests in a cinema-style setting, while for larger gatherings, Spa Island’s giant Congress Centre nearby can hold 400 in comfort and style.
Empress Elisabeth of Austria (Sisi) and Beethoven were also fans of Piestany’s sulphurous medicinal water.
The main attraction of this small town in Slovakia – also referred to by the town’s official symbol, a statue of a man breaking his crutches (the work of Arthur Heyer) – is the medicinal thermal water that bubble up on the spa island in the river Vág. The town has several great cafés, an aquatic and equestrian sport centre and a golf course for holiday-makers to enjoy.
Certificate of Excellence 2014
- Tripadvisor Excellent
- Certificate of Excellence 2016
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