German Destination Spa Offers Haute Healing

Lanserhof Tegernsee German destination spa

Though guests don’t check into Lanserhof Tegernsee (Marienstein, Germany) expecting to be pampered, the austere methods they do experience renew them inside and out. New to the a-la-carte menu is Ultherapy (starting at $400, time varies) for the face, neck, and décolleté. The ultrasonic pulses penetrate deep into the skin and stimulate collagen and elastin for a quick youth refresher. It is just one of the many unique health treatments available at the two-year-old medi-clinic in the foothills of the Bavarian Alps. The sleek retreat designed by award-winning architect Christoph Ingenhoven and landscape architect Enzo Enea provides the perfect backdrop for rejuvenation. Spread across 226,000 square feet, there is ample space for guests to focus on their health. The property is equipped with a newly constructed bathhouse, sauna, outdoor swimming pool, yoga and fitness studios, medical treatment rooms, modern accommodations, and more. There, doctors and staff subscribe to the philosophy of Franz Xaver Mayr, who believed a clean digestive system leads to good health, and provide customized Lans Med Basic (starting at $1,670, 1 week) detox plans to help spa-goers reach their goals. The mind-body renewal and beautiful vistas make the strict detox program well worth it. Says Nils Behrens managing director for the Lanserhof Group, “At Lanserhof, we are proud to offer a variety of programs and look forward to welcoming new guests and returning Lanserhof devotees.”

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