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Seite 43 EuroAmusement Professional 2-2017-Leseprobeschäftsführer Andreas Steinhart in die
Entstehung des neuen Ischgl-Saunadorfs
investiert. (JeW)

Kristall Palm Beach
Opens Gondola Sauna
For years Austria's Tyrolean community
of Ischgl has been one of the most popular destinations for skiing enthusiasts. To
bring a little Austrian alpine flair to the
German city of Stein near Nuremberg,
the Kristall Palm Beach health resort
and recreational swimming pool complex
came up with an imaginative idea toward the end of last year and built a new
sauna facility with an alpine touch, all in
only three-and-a-half months!
The new area opened in December of
2016 offers the unusual highlight of a 26
square meter gondola sauna, most likely

Dekorationselemente wie
Skier untermalen das
alpine Flair des neuen

the only one of its kind
in the world. A hydraulic platform elevates
the firmly mounted
sauna cabin up to twelve meters in the air every hour during
the sauna infusion. Sauna goers can then
enjoy a great view of the surrounding
landscape while they sweat out the stress
of the workweek. And the panorama window is bronzed so that the up to 18 persons inside the cabin can take full advantage of the outside view, but no one can
look inside. The entire procedure lasts
for 15 minutes. Germany's interwellness
GmbH is responsible for building this
wonderfully unusual sauna cabin.
On the ground floor guests can
additionally enjoy a massive Alpine
steam bath with a peeling area, also
from interwellness GmbH. The 35
square meter steam bath offers steamy

relaxation capacity for up to 40 people
at once. The new area is rounded out
by an alpine quiet relaxation room in
a mountain chalet look, four steamy
"Ischgl-Hot-Whirlpools" from Powatec,
a KWS glacial ice cabin and a precious
stone grotto built by Kristall Palm
Beach itself.
To add even more visual appeal two original Ischgl ski lift gondolas were also
brought to Kristall Palm Beach, where
they are now heated and used for infrared light and healing moor treatments.
Managing Director Andreas Steinhart
invested some two million Euros in the
construction of the new Ischgl alpine
sauna village.

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