Caldarium


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Caldarium

The hot room in a Roman bath.

caldarium

The hot plunge in a Roman bath.
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Setting a new benchmark in leisure, The Mere's health club and spa is among the finest in the North West, with facilities including a 20-metre swimming pool, a hydrotherapy vitality pool and a "thermal zone", complete with hammam, caldarium, aroma steam room, salt infusion and experience showers.
After a dip in the infinity hydrotherapy pool I decided to try out the full thermal experience which includes various climate rooms (all explained on the wall) from the Laconium and Aroma Grotto to the Herb Caldarium room, each individual room boosts your skin and respiratory system to leave you feeling refreshed and invigorated.
They have also installed one of the country's largest spas, complete with hydrotherapy pool, tropicarium, caldarium and an igloo.
Whether under the stars or indoors, winter or summer alike, the set of three Roman Baths (tepidarium, caldarium then frigidarium) provide contrasting sensations never to be forgotten.
They comprise a laconium, where heat is provided through a stove, ceramic walls and benches, a caldarium, which is a gentler version of a steam room, a sauna and a hammam.
He wanted to assert the glories of exudation in the 65[degrees]C caldarium.
Facilities include a hydro pool, tepidarium, caldarium, sauna, infrared sauna, steam bath and the amazing rooftop infinity pool, which boasts breath-taking scenery.
The new spa features exclusive facilities, including luxury couple suites that feature a private steam room, hydrotherapy treatment bath, massage suite and secluded relaxation terrace with ocean views; Silk Suites that are specially designed for Asian spa techniques such as shiatsu and reiki; heated relaxation beds that submerge guests in warmth following the hydrotherapy circuit; and a Caldarium that detoxifies and opens pores prior to a treatment.
The most important place in the baths is the caldarium, the hot room.
The Roman bathing experience always included going from a hot room, or Caldarium, to a cold room, known as a Frigidarium, to energise and refresh the body.
Modern equivalents of the tepidarium, caldarium and frigidarium are there, but so is a place in which water full of little bubbles fizzes upwards around you.