Inside the Angkor Wat Temple, you will find the Stone Sauna. Here, the temperature is 90°C with 20-25% humidity. There are three different levels for you to enjoy. We also carry out regular steam treatments with traditional bitter fragrances that stimulate circulation and gently aid skin purification. Vitality showers and the fine atomized spray of the Misty Grotto are perfect for cooling down.
Europe's Biggest Tropical Sauna & Spa Complex
Our amazing Tropical Sauna & Spa has no less than seven different areas spread over a 10,000 square metres site at the edge of the rainforest. Enjoy a truly unique spa experience.
The sauna and spa facilities are housed in models of ancient temples and inspired by the sights and sounds of the rainforest.
In addition, constructed on stilts five metres above the ground, the wooden Jungle Village and other huts house a range of saunas and steam baths.
Tropical Islands with Europe´s biggest tropical Sauna & Spa Complex is located in the popular nature and recreation area Spreewald and is therefore an appealing destination for lovers of nature and culture enthusiasts.
Our lavish master sauna now features new infused incense of various aroma’s, providing our guests with a relaxing and revitalizing experience. Enjoy flower and herbal flavours on a fragrance journey through the salt cave, relax during meditative vibes of sound bowls or enjoy the comedy incense. For more information and operating times please contact the Sauna & Spa Information.
Children € 39.50
Sauna & Spa
Tropino Club for Kids
Guaranteed admission up to 11 a.m. on the booked date
Outdoor Area AMAZONIA
Our dress code
We recommend that you visit the entire tropical Sauna & Spa area naked or wearing just a towel or bathrobe. Please wear light clothes when visiting the restaurants.
No clothes or bathing costumes are permitted in the sauna cabins and whirlpools. Wearing a towel in the sauna is permitted as long as you do not sweat directly onto the wooden benches or put your feet on the benches.
The best way to enjoy your sauna
In the heat of the sauna, you need to be able to sweat freely. As the moisture evaporates from your skin, it cools you down – otherwise you would not be able to stand the temperatures of 60-100°C. This means that you need to be naked or just wear a towel. Wearing a bathing costume would be very uncomfortable, as well as unhygienic.
Subject to change without notice.