Winter is the best time to enjoy the magnificent Tuscan landscape without the crowds. Head to ADLER Spa Resort THERMAE for a short pampering stay. With great food and wine (the resort produces wine and olive oil from its own vineyard and olive grove beside the hotel), a large spa and hot thermal water pools, and many amazing spa treatments available, this is a great place to come to relax and escape the frenzy of the festive season.
A two-day winter spa package starts from just €376 / ca. £325 per person and includes one Regenerating Bath in the Grotta Salina – see www.adler-resorts.com/thermaefor more info or to book. The package is available to book now for stays between 1 and 20 December 2019.
Set between the wine regions of Montepulciano and Montalcino, in the Val D’Orcia in Tuscany, in a UNESCO World Heritage site, ADLER Spa Resort THERMAE is surrounded by rolling hills topped with lines of Cypress trees and small medieval towns.
The five-star property, with 1,000 square metres of thermal pools and baths, offers 90 luxury rooms and suites, each with a balcony overlooking the valley. The thermal pools are supplied by a local thermal source rich in minerals and sulphur compounds – 36 degrees of healing water from the depths of the earth.
The spa at ADLER Spa Resort THERMAE has a full range of more than 120 treatments which combine high-quality products with state-of-the-art equipment. The spa doesn’t only offer beauty and relaxation treatments, it provides modern western medicine services and alternative healing methods. And for guests who simply want to relax and unwind, there are many quiet corners in the baths, saunas and indoor – outdoor pools to feel the thermal water’s restorative powers and let stress slip away.
Cuisine is a strong focus at the resort. Chef Gaetano Vaccaro only uses regional ingredients sourced from local farmers and suppliers which include high-quality olive oil, freshly-milled flour, tender cuts of meat from Tuscany’s Chianina cattle breed, sun-ripened vegetables. He also uses herbs from the hotel’s own garden.
For more information and to book, visit adler-resorts.com
About ADLER Spa Resorts & Lodges:
ADLER Spa Resorts & Lodges began in 1810 with the purchase of a small guesthouse in the village of Ortisei, in the Dolomites. 200 years later, the group is still owned by the same family and has four hotels in the South Tyrol and one in Tuscany. With a strong focus on wellness, wellbeing, nature and the great outdoors, and with outstanding food and drink offerings, the five properties are all designed to be integral parts of their locations. See adler-resorts.com