Wellness & Beauty

Medical Wellness

Healthy Food

Beautyfying Water

Day Spas in Budapest

Spa Etiquette

The wellness is an important part of prevention

The category of wellness includes alimentation, beauty care, exercises, the harmony of body and spirit. The wellness cousin gives priority to the vegetarian meals, so we should eat vegetables and fruits as much as possible, and little fatty meals. It is important to keep an eye on the amount of carbohydrate starch input. Try to take low volume of sugar only, and select the natural ones (fruit-sugar for e.g.). The proper and diversified alimentation provides our body with each vitamin and mineral needed every day. Healthy alimentation requires the sufficient water intake.

What is Medical Wellness? How does it work?

Medical wellness, or ’disease prevention’, means adopting lifestyle behaviours and medical therapies to improve your wellbeing boost your health and possibly lengthen your life expectancy. Doctors – experts in traditional spa therapies and their effects – will tailor a personal ’medical wellness’ programme for you, designed especially to put your body and spirit in top shape.

We offer

  • Water worlds: a variety of swimming pools, thermal bath complexes, hydro pools, sunbathing areas, saunas and steam rooms.
  • Relaxation treatments: aside from the obvious benefits of providing relaxation and relieving stress, treatments such as massages and baths provide numerous physiological benefits as well. Arthritis, rheumatism, and chronic back pain can also be relieved.
  • Beauty treatments: we recognize that if you want to feel your best, it helps to look your best. We offer personal attention, expert advice, unparalleled service and tried-and-tested treatments in a relaxed and welcoming environment.

Healthy food

Hungarian gastronomy is well known for its spicy dishes, using lots of paprika, onion and various meats. Beside the traditional, there is also a new branch of gastronomy, focusing on the health and the brand new food trends.

Eating well constitutes to your well-being, and in Hungary, the menu is full of healthy options. Whatever diet you follow, you’ll be well catered for.

Spa hotels offer specialized fasting and diet packages from diabetics to vegans, gluten-, soya-, lactose-, egg-, or milk protein free options are also available.

With the help of professional nutritionists and dieteticians, choosing the right diet for your needs, and learning tips how to make it effective in the long run couldn’t be easier.

Beautifying water

Hungarian spa hotels offer cosmetic and beauty treatments of the highest quality, combining the beneficial effects of healing thermal water, professional know-how and the latest treatment trends.

So what treatments can you expect at your hotel? Usually, beauty packages offer stress-relieving facial and neck massages, iontophoresis treatments (a technique using a small electric charge to deliver a medicine through the skin), cleansing and refreshing scrubs, healing mud packs of Hévíz, mani-pedi and massages from Swedish to Shin Tai.

Should you require more than just pampering, microdermbrasion (powerful exfoliation), ultrasound treatment, muscle stimulating Celluloderm 2000 treatments (works against cellulite and excess fat, and stimulates the lymphatic system), vacustyling (for a healthier and fitter body) are also available.

SPA in Budapest

Though debated, some people mean that SPA is derived from the latin words “Sanitas Per Aquam” which means healing through water. Budapest has loads of this water and it has private SPAs and public SPAs, all available for you to be spoiled, feel good and be healed! 

Hippocrates, father of medicine, was the first to proclaim: Nature is the physician of our diseases.

In fact, Mother Nature has been especially bountiful towards Hungary: the country sits on one of the richest geothermal and medicinal water resources in the world. The abundance of thermal springs in Hungary has led to suggestions that an underground thermal water sea may be hidden below the country. Out of the 1300 springs that have been discovered so far, 80 are in Budapest.

Thermal baths, spas, swimming pools and spa hotels are built next to these springs in almost 70 towns and villages across the country. Treatment may not only be effective for rehabilitation but also for prevention – or simply for pure enjoyment.

In Hungary there are numerous natural facilities on which medicinal tourism and wellness can be built: 1289 thermal sources, 39 spas, 5 medicinal caves, 48 approved mineral waters and 136 medicinal water sources, 4 silt quarries and 1 mofetta.

Relax & Health - Day Spas in Budapest

If you decide not to stay in a wellness hotel and are deterred by the crowd in public baths, but feel like to be pampered during your visit, pop in one of the following day spas. 

An intimate and relaxing atmosphere awaits you in these places offering a range of wellness and beauty treatments. A SPA place does not necessarily have thermal water in their swimming pools. Below you will find the name of some DAY SPA places in town (of course many more can be found).

Day Spa places in Budapest (historical and modern):

  • Gellért Spa&Bath
  • Széchenyi Thermal Bath
  • Rudas Thermal Bath
  • Margaret Island/Margitsziget
  • Royal SPA pf the 5*lux Corinthia Grand Hotel Royal Budapest
  • Kempinski Hotel Corvinus Spa 5*
  • Aphrodite Spa in the 5* Aquincum Hotel
  • Aquaworld Budapest, water park
  • Spa Resorts & Hotels in Budapest
  • Oxygen Wellness Center Naphegy
  • ISIS Day Spa
  • Mandala Day Spa
  • Magnolia Day Spa
  • … and many more

Oxygen Naphegy (7500 square meters) opened in 2010, situated in Buda side, in Naphegy. The Oxygen Naphegy is one of the exclusive fitness-wellness establishments in Hungary. It offers the guests a wide range of high quality services, including medical- and medical aesthetic facilities (like Ultherapy), a unique wellness area, a restaurant, a children’s playing area, business clubs and meeting rooms. The centres have approximately 20 specialists, who are able to provide quality medical care. They were accredited with an ISO 9001 qualification in November 2011.

The Oxygen Medical staff speaks a number of languages including Hungarian, English, German, and Persian. The centre employs a selection of specialists in fields such as dermatology, gynaecology, and prosthetic dentistry. Many specialists have gained experience at some of the world’s most respected medical institutions.

Oxygen Naphegy also provide a number of cosmetic treatments, including mesotherapy and laser therapy in the treatment of skin conditions. The clinic’s Ultherapy is particularly popular as a non-surgical face lift procedure, using ultrasound energy to tone the skin. The centre also offers general health check-ups, including tests for diabetes, high blood pressure, and orthopedic screening.

This is a private SPA, with a nice location. It is not only new, but the interior is modern and the guests at ISIS can enjoy comfortable beds, jacuzzi and bath robes without extra cost before or after their treatment. They have a romantic package for couple with jacuzzi first (where champagne is served) followed by a massage for him and her simoultanously afterwards. 

Amid this peaceful oasis tucked beside one of Budapest’s busiest streets, visitors leave every bit of bustle behind while indulging in rubdowns ranging from Swedish deep-tissue massages to shiatsu. A broad selection of beauty treatments is also available here, including hydrating facials, Japanese manicures, and décolletage enhancement.

In the heart of Budapest a real Hungarian SPA expeirence awaits you. Enter the welcoming world of Magnolia Day Spa and treat yourself to spa treatments: exclusive and therapeutic massages, body bandages, scrubs, facial treatments, Finnish, infra and bio saunas. Turkish bath and jacuzzi.

At this lavishly refreshing earth-toned facility equipped with multiple hot tubs and saunas, diversely appealing packages are currently offered for holiday presents – options include the “Touch of the Pine Grove” aromatherapy massage infused with essences of lavender, pine, and mint, or the “Festive Delight” brown-sugar body scrub boosted with anise and vanilla.

As the first day spa of Hungary, Mandala Day Spa was opened in 2003 in the heart of Budapest and represents the oasis of tranquility for spa enthusiasts provide more than 50 type of bodytreatments, massages, Turkish hammam, couple rituals and Beauty services in unique and luxury environment.

Decorated with enchanting aesthetic elements of the Orient, this graceful retreat is located just north of central Pest, but soon after entering visitors are transported a world away to discover their happy place while enjoying myriad therapeutic procedures. The beauty services using Dead Sea salt products will detoxify and rejuvenate your face and body.

Send us your inquiry with your expectaions and we prepare you a personalized offer meeting all of your requirements.