Spa & Wellness
Well-being for body and soul

Golf stay
In scenic surroundings

The breakfast table you will look forward to
Delicious selection of breakfast products

Hamam treatment

Delicious wellness stay incl. hammam treatment

With this wellness stay you get the whole package. Pure pampering for body and soul for you and your partner, or a good friend.

The Hamam stay includes

  • Check in at the hotel from 2 p.m
  • Entrance to Kurbad Limfjorden
  • Hamam treatment (time must be booked)
  • Pre-dinner Cocktail in the Brasserie
  • 3-course menu (from 3rd of March 2023 dinner is served at Restaurant Ved Fjorden). Read more about this here.
  • One night in a beautiful double room
  • Large breakfast buffet
  • Check out no later than 11.00 – thank you very much for this time

The hamam treatment

The treatment starts with the hammam practitioner applying a softening face mask, after which you have a stay in the Razul steam bath. All the senses are touched, from the softest soap suds that gently envelop the body, to the rough kese glove that gently but firmly scrubs off the dead skin cells and stimulates the body’s largest organ; the skin. Combined with experienced pressure, as well as cold and heat, you get a completely unique experience that ensures well-being for a long time afterwards.


  • Thursdays through saturdays

Prices (arrival thursdays)

  • Price per person in standard room: DKK 1.649,50
  • Price per person in superior room: DKK 1.699,50
  • Price per person in Superior plus room: DKK 1.749,50,-

Prices (arrival friday & saturdays)

  • Price per person in standard room: DKK 1.699,50
  • Price per person in superior room: DKK 1.749,50
  • Price per person in Superior plus room: DKK 1.799,50,-


  • Please note that children under 16 are not allowed in the spa.
  • If additional treatments are desired – we recommend booking these in advance 2 – 3 days before arrival.

Opening hours Kurbad Limfjorden:

  • Monday: Closed
  • Tuesday: kl. 17.00 – 21.00
  • Wednesday: kl. 17.00 – 21.00
  • Thursday: kl. 14.00 – 21.00
  • Friday: kl. 14.00 – 21.00
  • Saturday: kl. 10.00 – 18.00
  • Sunday: kl. 10.00 – 16.00

What is hammam?

Hamam, Turkish bath, Turkish spa or Turkish spas. Dear child has many names, and there are also many versions of hamam, depending on where in the world you are. What they all have in common, however, is that it involves washing and cleansing the body via a steam bath, black soap and massage.

When was hamam invented?

It was the ancient Greeks who were the first to create public baths. These consisted of large hot water baths where the city’s inhabitants could be cared for. It was primitive but effective.
Taking inspiration from ancient Greece, the Romans built large bathing facilities, one of which still exists in Rome to this day. The bathing facilities were called thermae, which in Latin means thermae (aquae) = heat and in Greek thermos = heat.

When the Roman Empire was dissolved, the hammam tradition was carried on to Turkey and the Middle East, where people adapted the bathing ritual to their own beliefs. Where the Romans and Greeks used large communal tubs or basins, Muslims considered this form of impurity. The stagnant water quickly became dirty from the many people, whereas the running water was considered clean. For this reason, all washing takes place in a Turkish hamam with running water.

Over time, the hamam bathing tradition has gone back to the original Roman form around the world, where it is about washing and cleaning the skin in a good and efficient way. There is also no longer a strong religious aura associated with a hammam or Turkish bath. Most bathing establishments are therefore also open to all people – regardless of religion and skin colour. In fact, it has become a tourist attraction in several places, where tourists in particular pay for a few hours of well-being and care.

How does a Turkish hamam bath works?

There are 2 versions and methods for a hamam bath – the Turkish and the Moroccan. At Kurbad Limfjorden, you use the Turkish version, which most people would call the real version.

A Turkish hamam bath is typically a care course that lasts one hour (for 2 people). Here, the body is exposed to various forms of cleansing and care in a tiled room, with a heated marble slab, placed above the oven that heats the hammam.

The treatment starts with a softening face mask and then a stay in their razul, (steam bath)

When you have settled down on the warm marble slab, you are covered in soft, creamy soap suds. The hammam master who performs the treatment thoroughly scrubs you in the soap all over your body with a special scrubbing glove. This glove effectively removes dry and rejected skin cells. At the same time, a light and relaxing massage is given.
The treatment itself ends with a cool bath.

Spa Limfjorden

At Kurbad Limfjorden, various treatments and baths are offered, which you have the opportunity to experience for yourself if you go on a weekend stay with a focus on wellness from head to toe. Be surrounded in calm surroundings and enjoy the view over the harbor and the fjord – all the while the calm settles into your body. End the day with a three-course dinner at the Grand Hotel’s Brasserie, where you can sit back and let your taste buds be pampered by an exquisite dining experience.



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