One of the outdoor salt water pools and al fresco floatation pool offer salt water concentrations of between three and eight percent. Warmth, relaxation for your muscles and a real feeling that you have been revitalised – and the Ruppiner See lake is always in view. The outdoor pools offer two different temperatures: in the relaxation pool you can rest at a pleasant 32 degrees, while the active pool offers a comfortable alternative to the lake with its 18 degrees and is ideal for a few energetic swims or refreshment after a sauna session.
Our indoor freshwater pool has a depth of 1.30 metres and is just under 23 metres in length. With its water temperature of 30°C, it is the perfect place to enjoy a few lengths before breakfast or whenever suits you.
Rustic and traditional in the Finnish sauna, stimulating in the herbal steam room, purifying in the hammam – the Fontane Therme spa is home to different steam rooms. Germany’s largest floating lake sauna allows you to jump straight into the cold water, or you can enjoy the perfect chill of the ice grotto. Our family sauna is open during the holiday season. The best kind of spa – here, in north Brandenburg.
Where do you go after bathing in the salt water pool or a session in the sauna? Enjoy views of Neuruppin and its lake as you relax in the cosy warmth of the lounge fire, on the sun terrace or in the reading room with the Fontane library next-door – lose yourself in one of our 8,000 books and completely switch off. And that is not all: we want to provide a sense of total tranquillity in our relaxation areas. Other parts of the spa can be identified by the background music.
True beauty lies within – our kitchen team is only too aware of this. In the Bistro Seeblick you can find delicacies, inspired by international cuisine and prepared before your eyes. Perfect for a day full of healing salt water, saunas and sunbathing: welcome to dining at the Bistro Seeblick.