Accommodation, full board, doctor examinations, medical report at the end of stay, laboratory tests, up to 24 treatments per week based on doctor’s prescription.
"In the heart of Piestany"
Vila Trajan, a classy thermal hotel in Slovakia, is located in the pedestrian area of Piešťany town, conveniently just a few steps from the spa. The elegant spa building was built in 1927 for a spa doctor and balneologist, Dr Cmunt, who treated patients on the island. This two-star, smoke-free hotel makes the perfect base for exploring the Piestany area. Guests unwind on the summer terrace or relax in the spa park under ancient trees filled with birdsong, and the calling of peacocks and rare pheasants. Sports enthusiasts have everything close by to keep in shape: with a gold course, tennis courts, pétanque terrains, jogging paths, water sports and much more. The location is relaxation in itself: Piestany oozes health, wellness and tranquility throughout the town.
For the comfort and health of our guests, please note that this is a smoke-free hotel.
Smoking is permitted in designated areas only.
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Guests on spa breaks wake up in tranquil, green surroundings in one of 27 rooms including one suite. The standard singles and doubles, as well as the Comfort rooms are all very quiet and comfortable with everything visitors need for a relaxing stay.
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Medical spa stays
Curative healing treatments with unique healing thermal mineral water and sulphuric mud, as well as regeneration and relaxation treatments are provided in the Napoleon Health Spa on Spa Island, located just 300m away. Piestany spa treatments include Kneipp and Hydrotherapy, electrotherapy and phototherapy. Using the local thermal water, treatments and services are focused on relaxation, revitalisation and fitness programmes with wellness massages and baths. Trained instructors advise on personal training routines.
Guests on spa stays can choose from a wide selection on offer at the à la carte restaurant and Café Excelsior in Hotel Jalta nearby. Local and foreign dishes are accompanied by vegetarian meals, dietary and seniors’ meals, and a well-stocked salad buffet. After treatments or exercise, visitors relax with a coffee on the summer terrace of the Hotel Jalta.
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.
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