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Grand Resort Bad Ragaz celebrates 175 years of thermal water with Blue Gold package

175 Years-175 Rooms-175 Swiss Francs special

This year, Europe’s leading wellbeing and medical health resort, Grand Resort Bad Ragaz, is celebrating the 175th Anniversary of piping the natural healing waters from Switzerland’s famous Tamina Gorge directly to the resort. To celebrate this milestone occasion, Bad Ragaz has created a bespoke Blue Gold package which includes a new, invigorating Thermal Water Massage based around the excellent healing powers of this warm water. The award-winning resort will also be offering a fantastic offer to all guests in light of the 175 year Anniversary: 175 rooms priced at 175 Swiss Francs per room, available online from 2nd February 2015.

First discovered by Benedictine monks in 1242, people in the mountain town of Bad Ragaz and further afield have harnessed the naturally warm water of the Tamina Gorge for centuries. The first pipeline of clean fresh spring water, directly running from the Tamina Gorge to Grand Resort Bad Ragaz originated on the 31st May 1840, and 175 years later still provides guests and locals alike with unrivalled access to pure, fresh mountain spring water.  

Recognising how the healing waters of the Tamina Gorge play a crucial role in the everyday functioning of both the resort and the surrounding town of Bad Ragaz, the Grand Resort Bad Ragaz is delighted to launch a new pampering Blue Gold package. Designed to honour the resort’s unique relationship to the Tamina Gorge, guests can experience a radical new Thermal Water Massage treatment as part of this new package, which has been carefully created by the forward thinking spa therapists at Bad Ragaz.  

The Thermal Water Massage treatment begins with massaging and washing of guests’ feet, where they are encouraged to leave behind everyday worries and soothe themselves with the sounds of trickling water, before enjoying a full 50 minute body massage using replenishing, warm herbal oils. Guests are encouraged to use this time to reflect and let their bodies fully rejuvenate.  

The Tamina Gorge fresh water can be enjoyed by the resort’s guests in the luxurious surroundings of the 36.5° Wellbeing & Thermal Spa area, as well as the Tamina Therme, an impressive thermal spa which is also open to the public. Guests staying in the resort’s exclusive Spa Suites can even benefit from having thermal water pumped directly through every tap in their bathroom, sauna and steam room.  

Grand Resort Bad Ragaz prides itself on its longstanding connection to the natural phenomena that is the Tamina Gorge and is delighted to mark this by launching both the new Blue Gold package and the 175 Years – 175 Rooms – 175 Swiss Francs special. Enjoyed by guests and locals alike, the high quality spring water can be used for drinking and bathing purposes, as well as for relaxation, therapeutic and health reasons, and as a result this award-winning resort continues to draw in guests from all over the world.  

The 175 Years – 175 Rooms – 175 Swiss Francs special includes:
-1 night including generous buffet breakfast (maximum 2 nights stay)
-36.5° Wellbeing package
-Priced at CHF 175 / £127 per person per night in a double room; CHF 275/ £200 in a single room Available from 2nd February 2015 at  

The Blue Gold package includes:
-3 nights including generous buffet breakfast
-36.5° Wellbeing package
-Thermal water welcome drink
-Daily 4-course lunch or dinner
-1 Thermal Water Massage (50 minutes)
-1 thermal water farewell gift
-Priced at CHF 327/ £235 per person per night in a double room  

Nightly rates at Grand Resort Bad Ragaz start from CHF 490/£330* staying in a double room. Rates include breakfast, welcome aperitif, use of the 36.5° Wellbeing & Thermal Spa area and Tamina Therme, fresh fruit and Ragaz water each day and daily fitness and relaxation lessons as well as VAT.

*Prices in Pound Sterling are according to today’s exchange rate.

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