Merry RelaX-mas with SpaDreams

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Merry RelaX-mas with SpaDreams

Sit back and enjoy a relaxed holiday

Frankfurt, 16th of October, 2014: Christmas is a time dedicated to contemplation, friends and family. Unfortunately, this best time of the year is also one of the most stressful ones. Who is not familiar with its hectic atmosphere and the crowded shopping centres just days before the celebration? As a specialist for health and wellness travels, SpaDreams offers a way out of this misery: its many relaxation havens enable their guests to start the New Year relaxed and strengthened.

The Dr. Wüsthofen® Health Resort welcomes all seeking relaxation during the holidays in the spa town of Bad Salzschlirf. Guests can wander in the Rhoen and the Valley Tal der Schlitz or relax in the swimming pool in the health club. For stays of three nights the Christmas & New Year's program Eve (full board) can be booked. SpaDreams guests will experience an atmospheric Christmas party on Christmas Eve, or welcome the New Year with an unforgettable party (

The same procedure as every year? Not with SpaDreams! Stunning nature and plenty of attractive short trips destinations beckon to the Lueneburg Heath, where the laVital Sport & Wellness Hotel **** is located. The resort offers its guests a New Year's Eve gala dinner, including New Year's fireworks, sparkling wine and a midnight snack. But the relaxation won’t get too short either: here you can indulge yourself in various treatments, starting from the detox part body massage, and ending with Finnish Sauna. The tour to the brewery Wittingen, topped off with a small rustic snack, will make the hearts of all beer lovers beat faster (

The Magnat Resort & Spa *** is just a small grove away from the beautiful beaches of the Baltic coast in Kolberg. With a traditional Polish Christmas dinner and gifts from Santa Claus, guests can enjoy a relaxing Christmas holiday. New Year is welcomed with a party and impressive fireworks at midnight. This way, you can relax and enjoy the holiday time, which is usually stressful. (

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