Engadin Scuol

Graubünden

Scuol: Hotel Belvédère

Scuol: Hotel Belvédère

Scuol

Scuol

Scuol: S - Charl

Scuol: S - Charl

Scuol: Schlivera

Scuol: Schlivera

Scuol: Motta - Naluns - Mit - Blick - Richtung - Piz - Champatsch

Scuol: Motta - Naluns - Mit - Blick - Richtung - Piz - Champatsch

There are more than twenty mineral springs in and around Scuol. Ten of these are currently in use and supply both Scuol’s drinking cures and carbonated mineral baths as well as the Engadine Bad Scuol. Steam baths at various temperatures combined with the hot dry air of a sauna conspire to make this a real highlight.

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Well catered for: Visitors with a gluten or lactose intolerance can enjoy the mountain landscape of Lower Engadine without restrictions: the holiday region is the first in Switzerland to offer a network of restaurants, hotels, guesthouses and shops with gluten and lactose-free options, so everyone can eat properly. The magnificent bathing area in the Bogn Engiadina mineral spa with a view of the mountains will add a touch of magical beauty to their holidays.

Idea for a perfect day:
In a unique bathing ceremony you will experience the Roman-Irish
Bath, where steam baths, cool showers and massages alternate.
In classic fashion, two European bathing traditions have been united
here in a stimulating and beneficial ritual. The Romans believed
in the health benefits of steam baths of varying temperatures. The
Irish in the olden days enjoyed bathing in hot, dry air. A veritable
temple of wellness! How about relaxing after a hike in the National
Park? In Scuol's sauna landscape you will certainly find the desired
experience of warmth, recuperation and relaxation - in other
words: another wellness experience. In our hectic world, Bogn
Engiadina Scuol offers everything body and soul are yearning for.
The fact is that here you are pampered more intensely and that
your bathing pleasures are enhanced when combined with the
Lower Engadin's magnificent mountain world.

Highlights

Discover the meaning of true relaxation in the Roman-Irish bath! The Roman-Irish bathing ritual combines two distinct European bathing traditions. While the Romans swore by the relaxing properties of steam baths at various temperatures, the Ancient Irish placed their faith in hot, dry air. Nineteenth century bathing culture combined these two styles in a single ritual. A soap and brush massage to cleanse the skin and stimulate the circulation and body creaming station are all part of the ritual. It ends in the dimmed light of the relaxation room where guests, wrapped snugly in a warm blanket, can bask in the beauty of the mountains of the Lower Engadine.

SBB RailAway leisure shop

Combined offer: journey using public transport and leisure offer (also for existing tickets) to Engadin Scuol

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