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  • 1A room that is filled with hot steam for the purpose of cleaning and refreshing the body and for relaxation: the hotel has a sauna and a Turkish steam bath
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    • What is fantastic about this health club is the placement of the sauna, Turkish steam bath, jacuzzi and showers all around the beautifully appointed relaxation room.
    • We also added a sauna, a steam bath and double shower, and a sports-equipment storage room.
    • The massage and Ayurveda centre has a steam bath, a Jacuzzi and, most importantly oil massages - all useful in de-stressing and relaxing.
  • 1.1A session in a steam bath: a Finnish steam bath provides a relaxing end to the day
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    • In the morning, there's a sightseeing tour and the afternoon is free for haggling at the stalls or relaxing in a hammam steam bath.
    • When you take a 20-minute sauna or steam bath, your body temperature rises to about 104 degrees, and you sweat out one pound of water.
    • These are self-applied and absorbed into the skin via a eucalyptus oil-infused steam bath, then washed off with warm ‘rain’ which falls from nozzles in the ceiling.

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