A Healthy Estate

Jet-setting spa-goers in search of health in an opulent setting now have a comprehensive spa, medical facility, and wellness retreat in Germany’s famed spa region. Housed in spacious mansions, Villa Stéphanie and Haus Julius at Brenners Park-Hotel & Spa (Baden-Baden) provide personalized therapeutic spa treatments and a range of preventative and diagnostic medical care. The expansive Villa Stéphanie facility spans five floors and 54,000 square feet with overnight accommodations, including 12 guest rooms and three suites. Designed by Bergit Countess Douglas, each suite comes complete with its own private treatment room, sauna, and steam bath, in addition to advanced digital detox features available in all accommodations. A 5,382-square-foot sauna, a hydrotherapy bath, a private fitness center, a hammam, and more provide plenty of space for the spa’s integrated approach to health and beauty. Facial and body services incorporate an international mix of skincare lines, including Anika Organic Luxury and Horst Kirchberger from Germany, Sisley-Paris from France, and SkinCeuticals from the U.S. Directly connected to Villa Stéphanie is the 18,300-square-foot Haus Julius. The dedicated medical center is home to some of Germany’s foremost experts in the fields of aesthetic medicine, gynecology, ophthalmology, physiotherapy, and dentistry. Aesthetic medicine specialist Yusuf Yildirim, M.D., oversees a range of injectables and minimally invasive procedures for skin rejuvenation to achieve beauty in perfect balance. “At the German destination for holistic medicine, modern medicine meets complementary medicine at its highest level,” says holistic care specialist Harry F. König, M.D. “This results in individualized medical excellence for guests of Villa Stéphanie and Brenners Park-Hotel & Spa, with unique advantages, such as discretion, the highest level of service, and support through a group of specialists in the five-star hotel.”

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