Too cool for Pool?! – The Pool Guide for the Falkensteiner Hotels & Residences

Summer is just around the corner and if it doesn’t cast its (proverbial) shadow, our guests can refresh themselves in other ways in most of our dream destinations – for example in the in-house pools. To give you an overview of what temperatures await you in which “body of water”, you will find the temperatures of some of our bathing options below. And if that’s too warm for you during the sweaty months of the year: Mountain lakes and seawater, if available, are also excellent places to cool off in summer 😉
If you have a choice …
Let’s start our little overview with a hotel that has no mountain lakes and no sea in the immediate vicinity, but does have a true fountain of youth for body and soul in the form of the hotel’s own Alexandra spring: In addition to an outdoor pool, a swimming pool and a whirlpool (30 degrees each), the Falkensteiner Spa Resort Marienbad also has a brine pool of a smooth 33 degrees – wellness is writ large here. The Falkensteiner Balance Resort Stegersbach is just as humid and cheerful: an outdoor pool awaits guests with approx. 28 degrees, another bathing opportunity connected to the indoor pool in the form of an infinity pool offers approx. 34 degrees – the same temperature, by the way, that prevails in the whirlpool of the spa area.
Guests will also find a wide range of options for taking advantage of the (supposedly) cool water at our resort in Punta Skala, Croatia: The pools at the Falkensteiner Hotel & Spa Iadera are heated to 30 degrees and the infinity pool is adapted to the outside temperature, the hamam pool is around 32 degrees. The pools at the Falkensteiner Family Hotel Diadora and the Falkensteiner Residences Senia are also at 30 degrees as standard, while the shallow children’s pools are 32 degrees. For those who like it more natural: the entire resort naturally also has sea access for the ultimate refreshment. Also directly by the sea is the Falkensteiner Hotel Montenegro. Here, guests can choose between the panorama pool (27 degrees) with a fantastic view and the outdoor pool in the garden area with temperatures between 28 and 30 degrees.
La mia piscina preferita in Italia
Even in Italy, we are not stingy with a variety of bathing options: At the Falkensteiner Hotel & Spa Jesolo, if you don’t want to take advantage of one of Europe’s longest sandy beaches right in front of your door, you can pass the time in the Relax Pool, the Sports Pool (28 degrees each) or the Whirlpool (30 degrees). Younger guests can splash around in the Kids Pool (28 degrees). People also like to swim in Sardinia and those who prefer the hotel pools of our Falkensteiner Resort Capo Boi to our own beach: the indoor pool of the spa area has 33 degrees, and the two outdoor pools 28 and 27 degrees respectively.
Our Falkensteiner Club Funimation Garden Calabria also has a private beach, accessible through a shady pine forest. In Italy’s sunny south, you can also swim in the 4,000 m² family pool with a spray park and in the 1,000 m² pool for adults, for those who find that too much effort. Both pools are between 26 and 28 degrees. And you can also swim in the Dolomites: For example, at the Falkensteiner Hotel Kronplatz, where you can swim your laps in the rooftop pool with the best view, which has a pleasant 34 degrees in summer. The sports pool, on the other hand, is a little fresher at 30 degrees and is the perfect access point for athletes.
There’s no place like home!
Back to home climes, because Austria is also known for its excellent bathing! For example, travellers can go from the mountain into the pool at the Falkensteiner Hotel Schladming, where the combined outdoor and indoor pool is regulated to 31.5 degrees. After the sauna, guests can of course also enjoy a plunge pool (much colder!). Speaking of being available: With an outdoor and an indoor pool (31 degrees each), a warm water pool (31 degrees) and a cold water pool (around 24 degrees), the Falkensteiner Hotel Cristallo also has a wide range of options for immersing your body in the wet in the wellness and water world and relaxing after an eventful day on the Katschberg – or still doing laps. Speaking of the Katschberg: Joyful bathing at the Falkensteiner Club Funimation Katschberg is also assured with a children’s swimming pool (32 degrees), indoor and outdoor pool (30 degrees) and whirlpool (34 degrees).
In the picturesque Mühlviertel, the 2500 m² spa area at the Falkensteiner Hotel & Spa Bad Leonfelden is extremely comfortable: an indoor pool (31 degrees) and an outdoor pool (33 degrees) are available for those who are drawn to the water. It is said that the pools are particularly pleasant after one of the numerous (outdoor) activities that guests can pursue here. The Falkensteiner Hotel & Spa Carinzia is also an active place – and here, too, you have a wide selection of different watering holes at your disposal: the water in the outdoor, indoor and children’s pools as well as in the Pool of the Senses is 30 degrees, the whirlpool is a pleasantly warm 34 degrees and is an excellent way to slow down after an active day. After the sauna, the cold water pool is also recommended – but at 20 degrees, it’s more for the coolest of you 😉

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