“Our spa incorporates in its core the treasures of the European spa culture,” says the native Tyrolean. So no lomilomi, no ayurveda. In Kempinski The Spa traditional methods are combined with modern findings in the field of individual health promotion – and there is one single aim: “We want to re-establish the balance of the individual.”
Rofner takes a holistic approach in the 3,600 m2 Kempinski The Spa in Jochberg. “Relaxation and regeneration should pulsate in an individual interaction with activation and movement,” she describes the ideal situation. “This is the natural vibration of life”. The focus is put only on one thing: the guest. And the guest should listen to his or her body: “Each guest should take their time to feel what their body, mind and soul in particular need in that moment. The unique spa area of the hotel is an excellent place for it, in which my team and I as hosts make each visit an unforgettable experience.”
The Spa expert Leonie Rofner offers two treatments that are difficult to find in other spas in Austria. The signature treatment relies on the power of local mountain crystals and the trained hands of an experienced therapist. “Warm stones from the mountains and the energy of cooled mountain crystals let our guests float into an incomparable feeling of security,” says Rofner about the massage with mountain crystals. During the 75 minute-long comprehensive ritual, a harmonious feeling spreads through the body and the energy centres of the body are stimulated by the mountain crystals.
Leonie Rofner promises euphoria during a treatment which is only offered in few selected hotels in Austria: haki flow. It is a special treatment for deep relaxation developed by Harald Kitz and is performed in water, the primary element that is highly important in health treatment. Haki flow uses the effect of the water. “By means of extension, pressure and oscillations the muscles experience the lightness of being,” Rofner states. The therapist, who goes in the outdoor salt water pool with the guest, gently stretches his or her back, shoulders, neck and head with two elastic ropes. The combination of extension, pressure and light oscillations relaxes the muscles, relieves tensions and activates the self-healing powers. “When entering into such a phase, a person will lose track of time and of themselves”. This leads to a longer euphoria and a new body consciousness. “Movements that have been impossible for years are possible again”.
The treatments are however only the icing on the cake of an exceptional offer. The Kempinski The Spa is proud to be a Leading Spa, and stretches over 3,600 m². In this space everything and everyone is dedicated to the body. The use of natural essences is also reflected in the saunas and steam baths: lava and salt stone, Tyrolean mountain herbs and local timber. The calming and invigorating aromas of essential oils, the Hildegard of Bingen bath and water, the soft mountain water over and over again: in the spacious indoor pool, in the 20-meter outdoor sports pool and in the salt water pool. In baths with selected essences. Relaxing in the luxurious relaxation areas with 4-senses loungers, relax cubes, on warm waterbeds and in the meditation room with fireplaces. A fitness centre with the best equipment and the most modern training options, a separate power plate training room, with a personal trainer on request. Massages of all types, cosmetics with the exquisite La Prairie products.
About the Kempinski Hotel Das Tirol
Das Tirol offers 148 spacious rooms and suites with panoramic views of the surrounding mountain scenery. A particular advantage is the location of the new Kempinski hotel with its immediate proximity to the ski slopes in the middle of the extensive ski area in the Kitzbühel Alps. The 3,600 m2 spa area of the hotel offers exclusive products and a wide range of spa treatments, movement therapy, relaxation and recreation. With a total of 300 m2, the indoor and outdoor, fresh and salt water pools give plenty of space to enjoy the bathing experience. The Steinberg restaurant with up to 200 seats for the breakfast buffet and dinner and the Pan-Asian lifestyle restaurant “Sra Bua by Wini Brugger” with around 40 seats provide guests with deliciousness’s. The culinary offer is complemented by a bar and a lobby with a fireplace on the first floor, the Mountain Health Bar and a café offering delicious pastries close to the entrance of the hotel.
Created in 1897, Kempinski Hotels is Europe’s oldest luxury hotel group. Kempinski’s rich heritage of impeccable personal service and superb hospitality is complemented by the exclusivity and individuality of its properties. Kempinski now comprises a portfolio of 73 five-star hotels in 31 countries and continues to add new properties in Europe, the Middle East, Africa and Asia. Each one reflects the strength and success of the Kempinski brand without losing sight of its heritage. The portfolio comprises historic landmark properties, award-winning urban lifestyle hotels, outstanding resorts, and prestigious residences. Each one imbues the quality guests have come to expect from Kempinski while embracing the cultural traditions of its location. Kempinski is a founding member of the Global Hotel Alliance (GHA), the world’s largest alliance of independent hotels.
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