Drift Your Way To Serenity At A New Couples Floating Room In Copenhagen

Katherine Notman Katherine Notman - Staff Writer

Drift Your Way To Serenity At A New Couples Floating Room In Copenhagen

We’re relaxed just thinking about it.

Floating rooms have proven very popular in other countries, from London to Singapore, and now the concept has sailed into Copenhagen. Copenhagen Float has been around for a couple of years now, but they’ve just added a new floating room for couples, and at a time when some people don’t want to mix with large groups of people, this offers an amazing opportunity to relax in privacy.

So what is a floating room? This unique treatment is supposed to have health benefits, and it’s certainly a fantastic place to relax. You can escape the noise of the city from within this silent room, and float atop saltwater. If you’ve ever floated in the sea then you’ll already understand the ease with which the body floats in saltwater. It takes no effort at all to just glide. If you’re not into the silence then you can ask for some relaxing music, too.


One of the reasons why it seems to help with things like chronic pain and inflammation is that Epsom salts are used. It’s not like ordinary table salt, or even sea salt, but it’s a chemical compound called magnesium sulfate. It’s not known for certain whether the magnesium in Epsom salts can be absorbed through the skin, but magnesium is something that the body needs, and something which most people don’t get enough of.

It’s easy to come and relax at Copenhagen Float as it’s pretty central, so you could visit after the gym, or even during your lunch break. Plus, you can even book a massage if you’re feeling in need of some TLC. You can read about the various treatments on offer on the website. A 60-minute float on your own will cost you 600 kr, and it’s 1200 kr for two people. You can find Copenhagen Float at Rømersgade 25, Kld TV, 1362, and book an appointment on the website to float away all of your worries.

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