caldarium


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caldarium

(kælˈdɛərɪəm)
n, pl -daria (-ˈdɛərɪə)
(Historical Terms) (in ancient Rome) a room for taking hot baths
[C18: from Latin, from calidus warm, from calēre to be warm]

caldarium

Ancient Rome. a room where hot baths were taken.
See also: Bathing
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There's 50,000sq ft of spa and treatment facilities, including a 20m pool, a bubbling hydrotherapy pool, an outdoor jacuzzi, an igloo, a tepidarium relaxation room with heated beds, a caldarium steam room and a tropicarium, and a Roman sauna.
Why not relax in one of the spa's many sauna experiences - including a finnarium, sanarium, vaporium and caldarium - or get a massage, facial and body treatment.
The specially-created space has two different types of saunas--a caldarium with a hot plunge bath, and a tepidarium, where the radiant heat is constant --massage rooms, a shower that fits six people, a lounge and fireplace, and two guest suites.
They are ring-type baths, having a lobby and three warm rooms as well as a cold room (frigidarium) and hot room (caldarium).
They are ringtype baths, having a lobby and three warm rooms as well as a cold room (frigidarium) and hot room (caldarium).
You can also soak up the sea views from the hotel spa, relaxing in the hydro pool, cedar sauna, eucalyptus steam room and caldarium. AUTUMN OFFERING: In October and November (excluding October 16-November 1) the twonight B&B Autumn Romance Break costs from PS368 for two sharing a sea-view double room, PS30pp to spend on dinner on the first night, brandy hot chocolates on arrival, use of the spa facilities and late 1pm checkout.
The Spa at Ramside also has one of the UK's largest hydrotherapy pools and a thermal suite, which includes an Herbal Infusion Sauna, Himalayan Salt Steam, Aroma Steam, Caldarium and a Sunken Amphitheatre Sauna.