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Have Two Wheels, Will Indulge: A Cyclist’s Mantra at Adler Thermae
After Biking the Tuscan Countryside, Guests Recuperate with
Thermal Soaks and Spa Time


Bagno Vignoni, Italy, May, 2017... Adler Thermae, the innovative Tuscan spa resort fed by Bagno Vignoni's thermal pools, is set in the midst of Val D'Orcia, a popular cycling area that the New York Times called "arguably the prettiest pocket of Tuscany." With its gently undulating hills punctuated by dramatic rows of Cypress trees and medieval hilltop towns, the Val D'Orcia has been named a UNESCO World Heritage site and was the backdrop for films such as The English Patient, Stealing Beauty and A Midsummer Night’s Dream.

For guests looking to explore the area on two wheels, Adler Thermae offers three options for navigating the surrounding 1000 kilometers worth of cycling routes. Electronic and mountain bikes can be rented free of charge, and there are also lightweight 11-speed Bianchi Carbon bikes (€35 per day).

Using Adler Thermae’s free app, guests can review photos and route descriptions, as well as use offline navigation with Google Maps. There are dozens of itinerary options divided by fitness level and interest, ranging from a leisurely ride to the picturesque Vitaleta Chapel to a more intense half-day loop with stops in Montepulciano and San Quirico.

Those last few kilometers feel a little easier when a luxurious oasis like Adler Thermae is the final destination. At the end of a long ride, there's no better way to relieve sore hamstrings and quads than with a warm soak; the hotel is home to 1,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor pools, baths and saunas. Along with classic offerings like massages and facials, the spa menu includes distinctive treatments such as an Etruscan clay bath; an underground salt bath; Far Eastern health modalities like Shirodhara oil applications; and vinotherapy using the region’s antioxidant-rich grapes and wine.

In November, professional cyclist Dario Cioni, whose championship titles include third place at the 2004 Tour de Suisse and fourth place at the 2004 Giro d’Italia, will lead a special biking workshop featuring daily tours for all levels (details below).

Road Bike Autumn Special with Professional Guides, including Cycling Champion Dario Cioni
3 nights from November 12 through November 19, 2017
Can be extended by additional nights up to a maximum of 7 nights.

from € 633 per person

Includes:

  • Daily guided bike tours 
  • Luxury half board with a vitality breakfast buffet with freshly baked specialties, an afternoon snack buffet with homemade cakes, and gourmet dinner with Tuscan specialties
  • Smartphone app with 1000 km of GPS-mapped bike trails
  • Unlimited use of the spa facilities, including thermal pools with whirlpools and waterfall, swimming pool, caldarium-steam sauna with Tuscan herbs, Etruscan salt steam sauna, olivewood Finnish sauna, Turkish bath in the Grotto and relaxation area on two floors.
  • Access to Adler Fit Fitness World, with innovative equipment and supervised programs such as Yoga, Pilates and water aerobics classes
  • Access to Adler Park, a manicured oasis known for its quiet, serene atmosphere
  • Cozy bathrobe and bath set for the entire stay
  • Wi-Fi/Internet connection
  • Underground parking

About Adler Thermae:
Set between the wine areas of Montepulciano and Montalcino, Tuscany's Adler Thermae Resort and Spa is a pioneering five-star hotel famous for its thermal baths. The hotel also recently opened an on-property vineyard and winery known as Tenuta Sanoner (Sanoner Estate). There are 90 luxury rooms and suites, each with a balcony or terrace overlooking the Val d'Orcia. The spa menu offers more than 120 treatments that blend the highest quality natural products with state-of-the-art equipment. The spa provides not only relaxation and beauty services, but also modern western medicine and alternative healing methods. The ADLER MED medical competence center has its own team of doctors from disciplines like general medicine, laboratory medicine, aesthetic medicine, modern Mayr medicine, homeopathy, herbal medicine and nutrition. Along with Adler Thermae, the Sanoner family also owns three resorts in Italy's Dolomites mountain region. The Sanoners have been in the hotel business since 1810, when they opened their first small inn, and the four hotels are currently managed by the family's seventh generation.

For press information, contact: Martha Morano, Morano Public Relations
212-860-5566, martha@moranopr.com, www.moranopr.com

For more information: https://www.adler-thermae.com/en/

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