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Therme Bucharest inaugurates new area for families on December 1

Therme Bucharest, the biggest wellness and spa complex in Romania, will expand with a new 4,000-sqm space dedicated to families, regardless of their children’s age.

The new area will open to the public on December 1, reports local Ziarul Financiar. It will have a salt library, a playground with 14 Playstation consoles, three thematic wet saunas, and 20 infrared beds.

According to information provided by A-Heat, the investment in the new space amounts to EUR 10 million.

Therme was inaugurated at the beginning of January this year, and is owned by Austrian group A-Heat. The complex currently has three areas, namely Galaxy, The Palm, and Elysium, which can host about 4,000 people simultaneously. The project, whose construction began in 2013, required an initial investment of EUR 50 million.

The company Therme Nord Bucuresti, through which the Austrian group controls the complex, received a state aid of about EUR 6.6 million for creating 200 jobs. The center currently has 500 employees.

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Romania Insider

Therme Bucharest inaugurates new area for families on December 1

Therme Bucharest, the biggest wellness and spa complex in Romania, will expand with a new 4,000-sqm space dedicated to families, regardless of their children’s age.

The new area will open to the public on December 1, reports local Ziarul Financiar. It will have a salt library, a playground with 14 Playstation consoles, three thematic wet saunas, and 20 infrared beds.

According to information provided by A-Heat, the investment in the new space amounts to EUR 10 million.

Therme was inaugurated at the beginning of January this year, and is owned by Austrian group A-Heat. The complex currently has three areas, namely Galaxy, The Palm, and Elysium, which can host about 4,000 people simultaneously. The project, whose construction began in 2013, required an initial investment of EUR 50 million.

The company Therme Nord Bucuresti, through which the Austrian group controls the complex, received a state aid of about EUR 6.6 million for creating 200 jobs. The center currently has 500 employees.

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