Bad Kissingen Travel Tip:
Kurhausbad Therapy Center
Kuhausbad Therapy Center, Bad Kissengen
The Kurhausbad was opened in 1927 and was the most modern spa treatment center of its time. The architect, Max Littmann chose the stylish neoclassical design and adorned the building with many beautiful details such as the stained glass windows, wall plastering made out of Nymphenburg porcelain, and red terracotta paneling. However the Kurhausbad's main attraction is most probably the Roman-Irish steam baths found in the basement of the building. The hot rooms and saunas have been decorated with Villeroy & Boch tiling and have been excellently maintained.
With its nostalgic flair, the Kurhausbad builds a contrast to the new and modern KissSalis Thermae and offers a range of
out of the ordinary treatments – the power bath is suitable for men, the
Sisi bath for the ladies, and also an endless list of traditional treatments – massage, hydrotherapy, mud treatments, salt-water baths, power jet baths, to name but a few. The Kurhausbad is close to the town center, in the Prinzregenten Street, and can easily be reached by foot. Even if you are not planning to have treatments there it’s certainly worth taking a look at.
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Address: Prinzregentenstraße 6, 97688 Bad Kissingen
Tags: Bad KissIngen, Therapy Center, Wellness Center, Baths
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