This calming oasis in Copenhagen’s Carlsberg Byen district is the perfect spot for some me-time.
We could all use a little down time this year—what with everything that has been going on—and we know just the place. AIRE Ancient Baths, a luxurious wellness chain with branches in Barcelona, New York and beyond, have just opened a brand new venue in none other than the historic Carlsberg brewery building, which dates back to 1881.
Offering a sensory experience for both body, mind and soul, this spa is inspired by the traditional thermal baths in ancient Roman and Greek civilisations. There are all sorts of treatments on offer, including various rituals and massages. The Himalayan Salt Experience is particularly invigorating, with the circuit of baths at different temperatures, the Flotarium (a salt water bath), the Laconicum (a steam room with aromatherapy), as well as an 80-minute body treatment featuring a Himalayan body wrap and a 60-minute massage with hot Himalayan salt stones. Pure bliss.
Each of AIRE’s venues are housed in beautiful, historical buildings. For example, you’ll find New York’s ancient baths in a former 1883 textile factory, and Seville’s in an incredible, Mudéjar-style palace boasting over five centuries of history.
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So, if you’re looking for a spot where time stands still and your worries don’t exist, escape to the candlelit tranquility of AIRE Ancient Baths.
Find AIRE Ancient Baths at Ny Carlsberg Vej 101, 1799 Copenhagen.