Graubünden with its countless lakes, rivers, springs and gorges is the water castle of Europe. In addition to one of the canton's most important sources of energy and numerous mineral waters, this is also reflected in the high density of spas and bathing establishments.
Right next to the PRIVÀ Alpine Lodge a very special water experience is available to the whole family. Whether you opt for the water slides, splashing about, swimming a few lengths or relaxing and unwinding - H2Lai spa can satisfy all your needs. The water world at the H2Lai wellness spa offers a 175m2 outdoor whirlpool bath with massage loungers, standing bubble spray, massage jets and neck showers.
The wellness facility on the top floor of H2Lai wellness spa offers rejuvenation for body and soul. Every Tuesday is ladies’ spa day, when women can enjoy peace among themselves.
You can look forward to the following:
physiotherapy and sports medicine
There is an attractive fitness room at the Lenzerheide Sports Centre. Centrally located in the sports centre between the swimming pool and the ice rink, it provides a wide range of services with direct access to the indoor swimming pool. In addition to individual training, you can book professionally supervised exercise sessions.
For weights room booking, you have access to a group of physiotherapists and doctors from the region. This group offers a wide range of physiotherapy and sports medicine treatments under the name moveLai. Individual pampering massages are also available.
Since the 16th century there have been lively bathing activities in Alvaneu, which flourished in the 19th century with the construction of the Albula Pass road. In 2001, the former health spa was replaced by a modern, small wellness centre with integrated health treatments.
Vals thermal bath offers numerous indoor pools with different temperatures and a large outdoor pool with views of the surrounding mountains. Peter Zumthor, the celebrated architect, says about his building: “Mountain, stone, water - building in stone, building with stone, building into the mountain, building out of the mountain, being inside the mountain - how can the meanings and the sensuality that lie in the combination of those words be architecturally interpreted, translated into architecture? While we were tackling these issues, we designed the building and gave it form, step by step.”