Located in the heart of Styria’s Thermal Region, Rogner Bad Blumau is not only a spa hotel, but a “Gesamtkunstwerk” (“complete artwork”), designed by the famous Austrian architect Friedensreich Hundertwasser.
Rogner Bad Blumau is a voyage of discovery. Leafy roofs, round shapes, colourful façades and golden domes, surrounded by fields and meadows, create a living work of art. The unique Vulkania mineral spring is of volcanic origin and is collected in the Vulkania healing lake, featuring underwater music. When bathing in this spring, the water feels like silk.
In addition to 2,400 different windows and 330 columns, hotel features include a pool and thermal landscape with 11 different indoor and outdoor pools, hot tubs, wave and children’s basins, the Melchior mineral spring and a sauna landscape with various saunas and a relaxation room.
What they offer
Free Wi-Fi in all rooms!
Fitness & recreation
Things to do, ways to relax
Swimming pool [indoor]
Swimming pool [outdoor]
Dining, drinking, and snacking
Services and conveniences
Safety deposit boxes
Golf course (within 3 km)
For the kids
Front desk [24-hour]
Facilities for disabled guests
Car park [on-site]
Property's guest policies
Children and extra beds
Extra beds are dependent on the room you choose. Please check the individual room capacity for more details.
Minimum age of guests is: 0 year(s).
When booking more than 5 rooms, different policies and additional supplements may apply.
On the day of arrival, admission to the pool, thermal and sauna area is possible free of charge from 09:00. The room will be ready for occupancy by 16:00 at the latest.
Check-out time is 11:00. After check-out, you can use the pool, thermal and sauna area until 23:00 at a reduced rate.
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Muriel from Austria
Friedensreich Double Room
Stayed 2 nights in January 2018
Overated. Not bad but not worth the money. ”
The place is beautiful but the food and service are not up to it.
It feels very anonymous. No charm .
Reviewed January 17, 2018
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Terese from Sweden
Stayed 2 nights in July 2011
A world-class spa
I visit geothermal waters all over the world, whether they are incorporated into spas or just bubbling up out of the earth. So naturally when my job took me to Graz, I decided to visit this nearby spa. It is easy to get there on the train/bus from Graz and once you get off the train, in the middle of a cornfield, there is a even a speaker-phone on the train platform that you can press to talk to the reception at the spa. Then they will come and fetch you (it is 2 km from the train platform.) Yes, the spa is really out in the countryside of Austria, in the midst of cornfields and woods. I started to relax immediately.
I bought a half-pension plan which included the breakfast and dinner buffets. I am vegetarian, so I worried that it would not be so good from that point of view. I need not have worried. At dinner you received, in English or Italian, the menu with everything marked as to whether it was lactose-free, vegetarian, gluten-free, etc. The variety was astonishing. The buffet gets my absolute top points, 5 out of 5! For lunch I ate something simple in the cafeteria. That was just microwave food, but the buffet in the main restaurant was absolutely fantastic, the best I have ever had.
There are so many pools that I didn't even find all of them the first day. You should book for least two days, so that you can get yourself properly oriented and aware of all the things to do and try. I didn't try any of the yogas, massages, salt rooms, but I did go for some long walks in the countryside and forest. They rent bikes or you can just walk. They give you an excellent map, and the paths are all clearly marked, so you can take walks from 4 to 37 km, it is up to you.
The waters themselves are either 30, 36C or 38C. At night they light up the pools with fires. There are underwater speakers in some pools so that you can listen to relaxing, New Age-type piano clangs. In short, a total experience for all the senses.