New spa facilities open at Brenners Park

Above: The spa lounge at Brenners Park 

The new spa facility at Germany’s Brenners Park-Hotel & Spa, located in the spa town of Baden-Baden, will open this week. 

The opening of Villa Stéphanie on January 15 follows a two-year renovation project to convert an existing building on the property to house the hotel’s spa and wellness facilities. 

Occupying all of Villa Stéphanie, Brenners’ spa and wellness facilities will cover 500sq m and five floors.

Amenities will include 12 double treatment rooms, three corner spa suites, a sauna, hammam, plunge pool, kneipp baths, a styling lounge, a relaxation lounge and a private gym that guests can book for personal use. 

The concept behind the new spa will centre around four key areas: beauty, detox and nutrition, emotional care and medical care.

Treatments and programmes will include the Brenners Signature Hammam, created by the hotel’s hammam expert Othman Challouf, and tailormade detox and nutrition programmes. 

Other offerings will include personal training sessions and shiatsu. The brands used at the spa will be Sisley, Skinceuticals, and German skincare brand Anika Organic Luxury. 

Frank Marrenbach, managing director of Brenners Park-Hotel & Spa and chief executive of the Oetker Collection, of which the hotel is part, said Brenners is “bringing spa to a new level and creating a highly individualised approach to health and wellbeing”.