Kylli Karing
Kylli Karing

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In June, the renovated Spa Hotel Pärnu Mud Baths reopened their doors under a new name – Hedon Spa Hotel. The old historical building of Pärnu Mud Baths, built in 1926, has been completely renovated and a new modern extension has been constructed, connected to the old building via a gallery. All spa facilities are located in the old historical Pärnu Mud Baths, while the guest rooms are in the new modern part. The hotel features altogether 72 spacious rooms, a sea-view restaurant with large summer terrace looking onto the beach promenade, two modern conference rooms, a cozy room with fireplace, and a gym. The stylish boutique spa is divided into a bathing area and a chill-out zone. Use of the bathing area is included in the room rate. It includes three different pools, including an outdoor pool, two saunas and a vitamin bar. The cozy chill-out zone is reserved solely for peaceful relaxation. This area features a pool with Dead Sea water and three low-temperature saunas. The exclusive spa offers a large choice of treatments in 12 treatment rooms. The hotel is located in the Estonian summer resort of Pärnu directly beside the gentle, calming waters of the Baltic Sea. For more information, please contact: