ENTER A WORLD OF PURE RELAXATION
The Five Senses Wellness & Spa is the true flagship of Linta Hotel Wellness & SPA representing an ideal place to fell like the main characters of a unique sensory experience, tailor-made for the pleasure and well-being of guests of the hotel and external guests.
Our wellness center
The elegant Five Senses Wellness & Spa of 2000 mq, completely renovated and expanded, consists of a fully equipped gym and three areas dedicated to wellness and relaxation:
-Naturist Internal area with 2 saunas, steam bath, salt room, ice waterfall, Jacuzzi, showers, relaxation area;
-Bikini Internal area with Finnish sauna, bio-sauna, jet bath, emotional showers, relaxation areas, indoor pool with whirlpool and waterfall;
-Outdoor area with heated tub with hydromassage and cervical waterfall, Finnish sauna, shower and solarium.
(from 04.12.20 to 14.03.21)
During winter season, access to wellness centre is free of charge.
(until 27.09.20 and from 18.06.21 to 26.09.21)
During summer season, access to the wellness centre comes at a surcharge.
Access to Five Senses Wellness & Spa is available from 2 pm to 8 pm, upon availability and with reservation at the hotel directly. From 04.12.20 to 14.03.21 a "Kit Spa" ( bathrobe and slippers) per stay is included for the adults, changes with extra charge. It is not allowed to use the towels of the rooms and is possible to request towels for the use of the sauna.
Access to the wellness centre is allowed from 16 years old. Children under 16 years old can access from 04.12.20 to 14.03.21 only at the indoor pool from 11 am to 1 pm (if accompanied by an adult). Until 27.09.20 and from 18.06.21 to 26.09.21 children under 16 years old can access only the outdoor swimming pool from 10 am to 1 pm (if accompanied by an adult).
Massages and wellness treatments are available on request (with an extra charge).
Guests have access to a fully equipped gym with free entry, upon reservation, open from 8 am to 9 pm.
Service's timetable and entry modalities could be subject to variations, according to local authorities' regulations facing Covid-19 situation.