Need to know
54, including three suites.
Noon, but flexible, subject to availability. Earliest check-in, 2pm, also flexible if your room’s ready.
Double rooms from $136.73 (€125), excluding tax at 10 per cent. Please note the hotel charges an additional local city tax of €2.48 per person per night on check-in.
Rates include breakfast and a 90-minute spa pass per person.
Fitness routines needn’t have a holiday: Pilates, yoga and other exercise classes are on offer, there’s a gym on-site and an 18-hole golf course nearby.
At the hotel
Free WiFi throughout. In rooms: minibars, TV, free bottled water and local bath products.
Our favourite rooms
For a bit more space as well as a pretty outdoor area, book a Family Room; the views of the surrounding mountains aren’t bad either. If you prefer your terraces private, go for a Superior Room with Garden for your own secluded alfresco patch.
There are two pools – an adults-only one tucked behind the farmhouse, and a bigger one near the bathhouses.
The Aire Ancient Baths offer a unique experience: journey through various immersions into water of different temperatures, via the ‘Bath of a Thousand Water Jets’ and a float in the Salt Bath. At the end, an extensive list of treatments awaits, including one which involves you drinking a glass of wine during your massage.
Don’t forget some elaborate black and white lacework to fit in with the traditional local dress.
The hotel is wheelchair-friendly, with some of the rooms accessible by a lift and equipped with adapted bathrooms.
All ages welcome. Extra beds and cots can be added to rooms. Babysitting is available, but must be booked a day ahead.
All ingredients used in the hotel’s food are organic and many come from the on-site farm. The bath products, cleaning brands and light bulbs used are all environmentally friendly, and biofuel from the biomass boiler is the main energy source. The suites and junior suites have green roofs.