- Saunas are open Monday to Friday from 4.00pm to 10.00pm and Saturday and Sunday from 8:00am to 10:00pm.
- Using the sauna is synonymous with stating that the customer has read and accepted all the terms and conditions of the sauna.
- Children under 16 years must be accompanied by an adult when visiting the sauna.
- The sauna cannot be used by a person:
- having heart problems, including stable and unstable angina, post myocardial infarction, post strokes, generalized atherosclerosis, and thrombophlebitis
- Acute rheumatic condition, asthma and high fever
- Various inflammatory conditions of internal organs
- Thyroid disease, epilepsy
- Under the influence of alcohol, psychotropic drugs or other intoxicants
- Whose behaviour is a threat to others
- Whose state of personal hygiene differs from the generally accepted standards
- Adjusting the temperature and humidity in the sauna should be done by the staff (it is forbidden for sauna guests to change the parameters).
- It is forbidden to place flammable objects on or near the heating elements in the sauna.
- Sauna zone is a silent zone. Guests using this zone are obliged to behave in a muted way, in particular it is prohibited to talk loud, cry out or display any other behaviour that may disturb other guests.
- Before entering the sauna guests should:
– Remove all metal objects, as they can burn the body
– Remove glasses and contact lenses
– Wash the entire body with soap in the shower and then towel dry
– take off pool shoes.
- In the sauna guests should sit and keep their feet on the towel. Towel should be placed in such a way that no body part comes in contact with the seat surface.
- One sauna bath cycle takes approx. 25 minutes: 8 – 12 minutes stay in a hot sauna room, and 8 – 12 minutes of shower with water gradually cooling the body. The first cycle should be shorter, and the next a little longer.
- The sauna bath starts on the lower benches gradually moving higher up, depending on the mood and preference.
- The guests can sit or lie on the benches.
- In order to prepare the circulatory system to properly function in a standing position, it is recommended to spend the last 2 – 3 minutes of your stay in the sauna in a sitting position with your legs down.
- Gradual cooling of the body is recommended since the rapid cooling is harmful to the body.
- Sauna bath should always end with sufficient cooling down of the body with water – it is not recommended to use soap.
- After the sauna you should rest about 20 – 30 minutes. Drinking moderate amounts of mineral water or unsweetened juice is recommended.
- It is not recommended to exercise during and after the sauna treatment.
- The hotel is not responsible for the health effects of the sauna treatment and for items left or lost in the sauna.