Yasuragi Hasseludden

Hamndalsvagen 6, Saltsjö-Boo, Stockholm 132 81, Sweden
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Hasseludden Japanese spa

by Sjalen

As I was curious about this place, I gave a Spa Day to my mum for Christmas and accompanied her myself :-))) Hasseludden is an old trade union conference centre built in wood and concrete to blend into an archipelago pine forest, and it used to look quite boring until someone suddenly came up with the brilliant idea of making it Japanese. All of a sudden, the walls look classy and "designed" when accompanied by a whole set of attributes such as a great sushi restaurant (we had our own waiter), a Japanese pool (no corners to let the energies flow, and a tea house by its side), free juice and fruit, meditation and qi gong classes and the Japanese showers (sitting on low stools).

Best of all are the hot springs. Some by the showers and some outdoors. It's a great experience to lower yourself down in a 40 degrees Celsius hot pool which is steaming as it is in fact -10 outside. There you sit and enjoy life, watching the ferries to Finland sail past below you and the pine trees...:-)))

All the above and swimgear + Japanese robe is included in the SEK 750 "Yasuragi Day" concept but you can pay extra for various massage and facial treatments too. Children are not allowed so all you hear is low talk, bubbling water and soft Japanese music as you walk around between activities with your towel basket. Expat Japanese were seen there too which is always a good sign as it felt more genuine to try to experience Japan in Europe this way. We went just after Christmas which was nice as autumn and spring sees a lot of conference groups which is less atmospheric. Just ask for a calm day. If by public transport, you reach it by bus from Slussen in the city centre or in summertime by archipelago boat.

As I didn't want to get my camera all steamed up or stolen, I didn't bring it, but the site will show you what it looks like and this photo shows it from the outside as you can see it when you arrive or leave by the ferries I mentioned above. Can you spot it high up in the forest on the cliff?

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weekend spa in or around stockholm

by vidaboa

I wonder if anyone can recommend a weekend spa resort in Sweden, preferably in or around Stockholm, but any place considered. I have been working 50 days straight, 12 hrs/day and need to chill......maybe even somewhere not in the city, more in a natural setting would be nice, but not essential. THANKS!

Re: weekend spa in or around stockholm

by Sjalen

Hasseludden Yasuragi is lovely - a Japanese bathing house in the archipelago mainland, which even the Japanese expats go to. They have a hot outdoor bubble pool in the pine forest where you can sit and see the ferries pass beneath the cliff below you, or you can swim in the ordinary inside pool. Then there is fruit and juices as well as a Japanese lunch and qui gong included in the entrance package and you can add optional overnight stay and various treatments such as massage at extra costs. Check my Stockholm page for details written closer to my visit. You can go there by boat in summer and walk up the hill.

Re: weekend spa in or around stockholm

by barboni

hi

yeah hasseludden in nacka is nice outside stockholm city ,its nice nature and they take care of you real good ,they even shave ur balls !!!

Re: weekend spa in or around stockholm

by tuba-m

Choose Hasseludden!

Full / Half Day Spa

by vik77

Hi,

I will be coming to stockholm this weekend. Can anyone advise if there is a spa venue where we can spend a full or half day?

Thanks
V.

RE: Full / Half Day Spa

by Sjalen

I can recommend Hasseludden which I describe on my Stockholm "off the beaten path" pages.

Travel Tips for Stockholm

Take a good look at the Royal...

by Carla_Rocha

Take a good look at the Royal Palace...unique among the royal
palaces, is known for its accessibility as great parts are open to the public.
As the old palace 'Three Crowns' was destroyed at the big fire in 1697, this
new palace was built in Italian baroque and its decoration was mostly made by
French artists.

Gamla Stan is a must

by barcodex

"Gamla Stan" stands for "Old City" in Swedish.It is really an oldest part of Stockholm. Narrow streets full of tourist shops and expensive restaruants if you don't pay enough attention to the houses around you. Look above the shops, and you can find a lot of interestings, like canon balls in the walls of houses, for example. Some houses are built right on a ancient city wall, so you can touch red bricks being inside a boutique!

It's very simple task to locate Gamla Stan. It is a separate island right in the center of the city, and you will easily see it on any map of Stockholm you will have chance to look at. If you haven't - ask anyone on the street. If nobody's around, you can also try to look at signs on the streets. If you will not find a pointer to Gamla Stan, you can try to find pointers to Sergels Torg or Kungsholmen - follow them and you will be rewarded by the correct sign soon. Panorama of Gamla Stan from the Gondola at Slussen. (Photos coming soon)

17th Century Ship

by bottleofdoom

The Vasa Museum was very interesting. The Vasa was a ship that was built in 1672 and sunk on her maiden voyage. The cannons they put on the upper decks made her top-heavy and she tipped over & sank as soon as she went to sea. They discovered the remains in the 1930's, dredged her up & made a museum out of it. It is still in progess of being restored. This is what an original sculpture looked like on the back of the ship.

Typical to spend the weekend at the garden

by wadekorzan

As in any city, there are so many buildings, streets, traffic, people....people living in the city also like to have a bit of nature, especially if you can call it your "own piece of nature". When you take one of the boat sightseeing cruises around Stockholm, you'll see on some of the islands these little garden houses. What a nice place to come on a warm sunny day to get away from it all..yet you are still right in the city. People come to tend to their gardens, some grow vegetables, others grow flowers..it's a tiny home away from home, a place to relax, have a picnic, or get together with friends. They're very picturesque seen from the water as here in the photo.

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 Yasuragi Hasseludden

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Address: Hamndalsvagen 6, Saltsjö-Boo, Stockholm 132 81, Sweden