Wellness Heritage Continues in Baden-Baden

Villa Stéphanie, the new spa wing at the Brenners Park Hotel & Spa in the German city of Baden-Baden, has opened in a historic building adjacent to the existing hotel. The new wellness destination offers an integrated approach to health and beauty reflecting the hotel’s decades of experience and expertise in the spa and medical realm.

Villa Stéphanie focuses on four distinct areas combining beauty, detox and nutrition, emotional and medical care. The dedicated spa expands over five floors and comprises a 500sqm sauna, plunge pool, hammam, salon, and Ladies Sauna, along with 15 treatment rooms with private terraces overlooking the gardens.

The property also includes twelve double rooms and three impressive corner suites including personalised setups designed for guests who wish to remain in Villa Stéphanie’s unique and timeless atmosphere for an even more intense spa experience.

Originally erected in 1890, Villa Stéphanie was created as a residence for royalty. It bears witness to a woman whose name still stands over the house like a guiding star: Stéphanie de Beauharnais, Duchess of Baden and adoptive daughter of Napoleon I. The history of this building is just one aspect of the 2,000-year heritage of the spa town of Baden-Baden.

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