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It's Getting Hot in Here: Adler Thermae Adds New Saunas for 2017

Renowned Tuscan spa invites guests to “sauna crawl” through its six soothing spaces

Bagno Vignoni, Italy, July, 2017: At many American spas and gyms, the sauna can feel like an afterthought—it’s often just a cramped, basic room off the locker area. But guests at the innovative Tuscan spa Adler Thermae will quickly find themselves becoming sauna connoisseurs. The five-star hotel, which is fed by the thermal springs of Bagno Vignoni, has added two new saunas this year: the Travertino Biosauna and the Panorama Finnish sauna, both of which overlook the property’s Travertine lake. Not only do saunas help promote relaxation and reduce muscle soreness, a 2015 study of Finnish men in the Journal of the American Medical Association found a possible link between sauna use and improved cardiovascular health.
 
Here's a rundown of Adler Thermae's six saunas and baths, from warmest to hottest:

Grotto Salina & Argillae
Sauna type: Salt bath & clay bath
Temperature: 100°F
Why try it: Available for an additional charge, each of these soothing rituals will leave skin feeling refreshed and deeply cleansed.

Artemisia
Sauna type: Steam, with Tuscan herbs
Temperature: 113°F, 70% humidity
Why try it: With its pretty blue tiles and moist, scented air, this steam sauna is ideal for spa novices. There are designated hours just for women each day between 10:30am and 1pm. 

Salino
Sauna type: Marble (Etruscan) sauna with salt steam
Temperature: 122°F, 100% humidity
Why try it: Steam baths date to the Etruscan era, but Adler’s Salino sauna is delightfully state-of-the-art, with jets that dispense an ionized saline solution. Not only is it incredibly calming, many have found that inhaling salt vapors helps clear the sinuses and leaves skin glowing.

Grotta del Filosofo (Philosopher’s Cave)
Sauna type: Steam bath (renovated 2017)
Temperature: 113°F, 90% humidity
Why try it: This recently redone sauna has an otherworldly feeling, thanks to its location in a gorgeous grotto with thick stone walls. After just 15 minutes in the steam bath, skin will feel soft and supple. To relax even more, guests can end their visit on the new, multi-level terrace, which has expansive views of the property.

Travertino Biosauna
Temperature: Up to 140°F, 30 to 40% humidity
Why try it: Newly built in 2017, this sauna has a warm, dry environment. Its glass walls and ceiling offer incredible views of the lake and sky.

Panoramica
Sauna type: Finnish
Temperature: 175 to 200°F, 15 to 20% humidity
Why try it: The hottest and driest of Adler’s saunas, the Panoramica was built in 2017. It’s set in a sleek, zen-like cube overlooking the lake.
 

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. It’s set in the Val D'Orcia, known for its rolling hills punctuated by Cypress trees and medieval towns. The valley has been named a UNESCO World Heritage site, and has been used as backdrop for films such as The English Patient, Stealing Beauty and A Midsummer Night’s Dream. There are 90 luxury rooms and suites, each with a balcony or terrace overlooking the valley. 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. The hotel recently opened an on-property vineyard and winery known as Tenuta Sanoner (Sanoner Estate). 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 more information: https://www.adler-thermae.com/en/

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