Why should you use our sauna?

Using the sauna:

Conditions of use

The sauna can only be used after prior reservation at the hotel reception.
In Bulgaria, using saunas requires you to wear a swimsuit. When entering the sauna, two towels or towels are required, one of which is to be laid and the other for drying off while sweating.
We recommend that you arrive at reception 5 minutes before visiting the sauna to get face and body towels. The visit time starts with the time of the reservation. By being late, you shorten your stay because your procedure will end on time without harming the next customer.
Taking a shower before using the sauna is compulsory We recommend that you remove all jewellery before your visit to the sauna. The hotel is not liable for any belongings that are left unattended.Before going to the sauna, avoid eating anything heavy. Caffeine and alcohol should also be avoided prior to or shortly following your visit.




30 minutes


60 minutes

15 BGN

Bathrobe / Towel Set


Instructions for sauna use

The sauna should not be used in case of:
– cardiovascular disease and high blood pressure;
• severe digestive and respiratory problems
• after using alcohol and medications such as anticoagulants, antihistamines, vasoconstrictors, vasodilators, stimulants, hypnotics, narcotics and sedatives;
• you are under 16, or by pregnant women;
• feel very tired because you may feel dizzy or faint;
The most important guideline to follow while in the sauna is to leave the sauna room immediately if you feel ill, experience discomfort, nausea, dizziness, or other symptoms. Stay in the sauna for as long as you need to feel comfortable, but no longer than 20 minutes. Before entering the sauna, wash and dry your body with warm water and soap. This causes the sweating to begin instantly. In the sauna, never wear clothes or flip-flops. It is also a good idea to take off your jewelry so that it does not burn your skin. Choose between the bottom and top benches. Sweating is increased even if you are lying or semi-laying down. Before leaving the sauna, remain seated for a short time to stabilize your circulation. If you are unsure of how your body will react to the sauna, begin with short sets of 5-6 minutes.
Stay for 10 to 20 minutes continuously at an air temperature of 80 to 100ºC or twice for 5-10 minutes, alternating with cooling with a cold shower or air bath The cooling pause shall be made immediately after leaving the sauna. Normalize your breathing and take a lukewarm or cold shower from the feet to the chest. After the treatments, a little rest and plenty of mineral water are recommended.


With a direct reservation you use