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The medicinal and relaxing properties of water have been known since antiquity. In Europe, treatments by means of various kinds of baths were abandoned or neglected until recently, but are now witnessing a veritable renaissance.
Spa Hotel in Northern Poland / © Polish Tourist OrganisationSpa Hotel in Northern Poland / © Polish Tourist OrganisationSpa Hotel / © Polish Tourist Organisation
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The benefits of water can be enjoyed not only at health resorts and sanatoria, but also at good hotels and beauty farms. In Poland, most spa centres have been setup close to traditional therapeutic water springs – in Krynica Zdrój, Ciechocinek, Lądek Zdrój for example – though there are also spa centres in coastal towns in Mazuria and Zakopane. All are fitted with specialist equipment and rooms for bathing, with staff including doctors, cosmetologists, dieticians, physiotherapists.
Examples include:
·      Belvedere Hotel in Zakopane –
·      SPA Eris Hotel in Krynica Zdrój –
·      Mrongovia Resort & Spa Hotel –
·      Klimczok Hotel, in the Roman SPA –



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