With its warm, welcoming atmosphere and intense fascination, the Hotel Savoia Thermæ & Spa is the ideal place in which to relax and take care of yourself, letting yourself by caressed by the warm thermal waters of our indoor pool and our outdoor pools.
Our 3 wonderful thermal swimming pools benefit from water rich in saline, bromine and iodine, sourced directly from the subsoil at a temperature of 87°C before flowing at a temperature of 34-36°C into our 2 warm thermal swimming pools (internal and external, linked) and at 27-29°C in the cool outdoor thermal pool.
Warm indoor pool
34 – 36° C.
1.20 – 1.40 m
The indoor thermal pool is a real oasis of relaxation, which guests can enjoy even in the colder seasons and savour an experience of intensive wellbeing.
A place that’s all about relaxation, where you can enjoy a rejuvenating bath in the precious thermal water, known around the world for their beneficial, health-giving properties.
Warm outdoor pool
34 – 36° C.
1.20 – 1.40 m
The outdoor thermal pool is a true thermal paradise immersed in the greenery, surrounded by the hotel’s wonderful grounds, where you can relax in the shade of the exotic palms.
The dream-like atmosphere, complete with numerous facilities, will allow you to sit back and let yourself be caressed and pampered no matter the season by hydromassages and upper-body waterfalls in our captivating thermal swimming pools in Abano Terme.
Cool outdoor swimming pool
27 – 29° C.
1.35 – 1.50 m
The health-giving properties of spa water gives our guests the gift of an unforgettable experience of intense wellbeing.
In accordance with the Finnish method, the end of the sauna must be accompanied by the cooling phase, a brief immersion in the cold water of our open-air swimming pool.
The rejuvenating properties of the water combine with the energy of nature to transport you to a dimension that is all about harmony.
The thermal waters of the Euganean basin, which are meteoric in origin, are collected in the uncontaminated lagoons of the Lessini mountains, in the Pre-Alps of the Veneto Region, at an altitude of around 1500 metres.
The water flows into the subsoil to a depth of 2000-3000 metres, where it is enriched by mineral salts, and after having travelled the 80 or so kilometres required to reach the resorts of the Terme Euganee, they emerge once more on the surface at exceptionally high temperatures, even exceeding 85 °C.
It is thought that the length of time spent below ground is of the order to tens of thousands of years.
Thanks to its chemical/physical and therapeutic properties, this water is defined on the basis of a consolidated medical classification dating from the 1930s that is still is use today: hypothermal salso-bromo-iodic water.
The dissolved electrolytes, such as sodium and chlorine, in addition to the high level of nitrogen, which can account for up to 90% of the total gases, are necessary for the so-called maturation phase of thermal mud.
Indeed, over the course of two months, thanks to the constant flow of hypothermal water, the clayey matrix becomes a mud with exceptional anti-inflammatory qualities.