Feelgood & RelaxationStockholm · 5 Items · Mikael Ogren
Handpicked by a Stockholm Local Expert, we bring you our guide to 'Feelgood & Relaxation'.
Sturebadet has a long and captivating history. The renaissance man Carl Curman made Sturebadet, which was opened in 1885. Sturebadet is Stockholms most exclusive spa and training facility located in the middle of Stockholm City. At Sturebadet, you can be as active or relaxed as you please. Chill out, by the pool, enjoy a full range of treatments and when its time for food, you will find delicious ...More info
Elements Spa is a cutting edge spa located in Södermalm in Stockholm with pools (indoor and outdoor) and steam and dry sauna accompanied with staggering views. The spa entrance fee includes the utilization of a wardrobe, shoes and towel, and also complimentary snacks and water. If you happen to be lucky enough with the weather you can use the sun patio that has an ideal south-bound position. ...More info
Make the most of the outside pool that is open all year (yeah, even in Sweden!), swim, use the sauna and unwind. On both day and night Selma City spa is looking forward to taking care of you in the most ideal way!...More info
In one hour they will take you on a journey to try spa-rituals from all over of the world. You take off in the sunny Caribbean with a foot threatment with local favoriutes like coconut and lime, both to taste and to used in the treatment. After that it is off to China where bamboo massage technique is used to increase blood circulation in back and feet. Then journey contiues to Hawaii and Sweden f...More info
Inspired by Japan, this spa was designed by Japanese architect Yoji Kaskima in 1970. With a unique concept Yasuragi has a built-in Japanese DNA. Japan's way of life interested previous CEO Lena Tryggstad and turned into a motivation source which still is present today. The persevering Japanese people had the keys for recovery through old customs. Throughout the years, staff at Yasuragi have been o...More info