Albergo San Biagio

RELAX & WELLNESS

In the heart of the Val D'Orcia.

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OUR ROOMS

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Single room

Made up of:- 1 single bed, private bathroom, with shower or bath, hairdryer, free bath products, swimming pool towel, balcony, air conditioning/heating, telephone, flat screen TV, room safes, desk, wardrobe, wake-up call system, free WiFi.

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Double Bedrooms for Single Use

Made up of: – 1 Double bed, private bathroom, with shower or bath, hairdryer, free bath products, swimming pool towels, balcony, air conditioning/heating, telephone, flat screen TV, room safes, desk, wardrobe, wake-up call system, free WiFi.

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Triple Bedrooms

Made up of: – 1 Double bed, private bathroom, with shower or bath, hairdryer, free bath products, swimming pool towels, balcony, air conditioning/heating, telephone, flat screen TV, kettle, desk, wardrobe / closet, alarm clock, free wi-fi. The room offers a panoramic view of the Temple of San Biagio.

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Superior Double Room

Made up of: – 1 Double bed, private bathroom, with shower or bath, hairdryer, free bath products, swimming pool towels, balcony, air conditioning/heating, telephone, flat screen TV, kettle, desk, wardrobe / closet, alarm clock, free wi-fi. The room offers a panoramic view of the Temple of San Biagio.

Wellness Centre

Guests of the San Biagio Hotel will be able to enjoy a space dedicated to relaxation, where they can regenerate after the splendid but tiring walks through the Renaissance villages of the Val d'Orcia, the vineyards and the typical Tuscan hills or after a hard business day.

Massages and Treatments

Relieves stress and fatigue, cared for and pampered by our staff *, with specific treatments and massages for every need.

* Our professionals graduated from the best schools and sports bodies.
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Vodder lymphatic drainage

The lymphatic drainage massage acts mainly on the lymphatic system allowing the dissolution of lymphatic stagnations, the cause of swelling or edema. However, its action is also reflected on the nervous system, inducing a condition of general relaxation. The illustrated method is named after the Danish physiotherapist Emil Vodder who has demonstrated its scientific validity and perfected the technique.

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Thai Oil Massage

According to the 10 Sen theory, there are 10 invisible lines placed 2 centimeters below the skin that branch off all over the body. The Thai Oil Massage principle is based on touching certain points placed on these invisible lines through pressure, brushing and friction, stimulating and thus intervening on all internal organs. In this way you will obtain benefits of a different nature: from relaxation against stress and anxiety, to the relaxation of muscle tension, to aesthetic lymphatic drainage. Do not underestimate the effects of massage on the psyche, generated by the energetic and emotional rebalancing that this induces.

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Anti-cellulite Massage

The Anti-Cellulite Massage is a very effective technique to combat one of the most common blemishes among women. The results it allows to obtain make this massage one of the most requested in beauty centers and wellness centers. The goal of the treatment is to help the proper functioning of the blood and lymphatic circulation. Reactivating the circulation will in fact favor the elimination of toxins that accumulate between the intercellular spaces and improve the oxygenation of the tissues with evident effects of body shaping. A more toned and luminous skin and the disposal of excess liquids, with the consequent weight loss, will also positively influence mood, determining not only physical but also mental benefits.

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Bamboo Massage

Bamboo Massage is a practice from Indochina which is characterized, as the name suggests, by its execution through the use of bamboo canes. According to the ancient Chinese, bamboo canes had the power to circulate the energy within them and for this reason they could be used to absorb excess energy by restoring the balance of the body. The Bamboo Massage is a vigorous treatment that has among its main peculiarities that of stimulating and reactivating the blood and lymphatic circulation. Thanks to its decontracting and reinvigorating power, it is a treatment capable of promoting the well-being of the body and its muscles. The stimulating properties on the circulatory system also allow to improve the tissues even in case of imperfections such as cellulite.

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Hot Stone Massage

The Hot Stone Massage uses the beneficial properties of hot stones in order to arouse relaxation and well-being. The treatment has its origins in the shamanic tradition of the Arizona Indians. To practice Hot Stone Massage it is necessary to be able to choose the right stones for shape and size depending on the parts of the body on which they will be applied and the benefits that you want to arouse. Basaltic stones of volcanic origin will mainly be used for their smoothness and ability to retain heat. The action of the stones will be associated with a real massage with the use of oils and aromas. The main benefits of this massage are detoxifying, decontracting and revitalizing in nature.

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Finnish sauna

It is the original sauna, or properly so called, in which the temperature can reach 60-100 °C, inducing abundant perspiration of the skin, while the humidity does not exceed 10-20%, except when throwing the water on the stones. To the water we add essential oils with a balsamic effect such as, for example, essences of pine or eucalyptus.

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Turkish bath

The Turkish bath is a wellness treatment of ancient origins that provides a relaxing break in a very warm and rich in humidity environment in order to purify the body through sweating but also acting positively on the nervous system, skin and blood circulation and lymphatic.

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Kneipp path

The Kneipp path is one of the most popular spa treatments in wellness centers. This technique was born in Germany but in recent years it has also spread to Italy. The Kneipp path was invented by the German priest Sebastian Kneipp, who managed to recover from tuberculosis thanks to daily dives in the Danube.

ACTIVITIES

Countless activities to practice in the surrounding area: trekking, horseback riding, mountain bike tours, guided tours of the cellars, tastings of wine and local products and much more; the reception staff is available to provide any information about it.