This is a lovely hotel, with excellent rooms and facilities. Unfortunately, the website doesn't tell you that to use many of the facilities, you have to be completely naked! Naked only. And there are 4 of them! Having the facility of the spa, including pool, saunas and Jacuzzis was one of the major reasons for choosing this place - they are really lovely - so being told you categorically cannot use them unless you're prepared to get your kit off was a major disappointment It's a real shame.
Guests will be required to leave their clothes at reception and must be naked at all times when on the premises — "or they will be required to leave". The rules state that all guests must put towels on chairs and loungers before using them, that there be no sexual harassment and that all sexual activity in "commonly accessible rooms" is strictly forbidden. The hotel is being built in Freudenstadt, which translates into "Town of Joys". Freudenstadt's tourism director Michael Krause said: "I'm in two minds.
Nothing new about being told off, as even liberal Berlin, to which I recently moved, is full of baffling rules. For the Germans, this is as normal as a trip to the supermarket. As in Scandinavia, saunas are revered here for their relaxing effects, circulatory benefits and power to make you sweat a pint in 10 minutes.
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