The Aqua Ostróda swimming pool is directly connected to Ostróda Apartments. Just put on your swimming suit / trunks and start relaxing. Each individual stay is a guarantee of an hour of using the attractions of Aqua Ostróda. The facility provides the possibility of renting bathrobes and the swimming pool has a shop with the necessary accessories for swimming.
With dimensions of 25 m x 12.5 m and a depth of 1.2 m – 1.8 m, it is located in its central place. It is here that you can improve your swimming skills, strengthen your muscles and heal your spine.
With a depth of 1.15 m and 1.2 m, with water massages and a mushroom fountain, with a water temperature of 31 degrees C. An ideal place for a moment of relaxation. Loungers and seats in the water with water massages, water jets.
Sauna made of Scandinavian spruce. The air temperature there reaches from 60 to even 110 degrees Celsius while maintaining humidity at the level of 5–15%. You can stay in the dry sauna for a maximum of 15 minutes. After this time, you should get out of it, take a shower, dry yourself and rest for a while. Repeating this cycle two or three times counts as a full sauna session.
Staying in a dry sauna makes the body get rid of toxins. The sauna also has slimming properties. One session inside it allows you to burn up to 300 calories! Its regular use has a good effect on the circulatory system, heart function, regulating pressure jumps. It also strengthens the body's natural immunity.
Relatively low temperature, usually 50° Celsius, and maximum humidity (100%) make staying in a wet sauna a more delicate form of sauna. Session time is usually 8–20 minutes. After the session, you should rest at least as much time as you spent in the sauna. The most important advantages of bathing in a steam bath are healthy, natural biological regeneration of the body, improvement of the appearance of the skin, blood circulation and immunity, as well as deep inhalation of the respiratory system and muscle regeneration.
The temperature in the Roman sauna is kept at 35–55 degrees Celsius. Air humidity is maintained at 50% and above, it can go up to 100%. A single session should last from 5 to 15 minutes. It is best to repeat the whole cycle (heating up, cooling down and rest) twice. It is recommended to use this type of sauna 2–3 times a week. Due to the high humidity, a large amount of steam is kept in the Roman sauna. This type of sauna is recommended e.g. for people with asthma and other chronic respiratory diseases. High temperature accelerates metabolic changes, thanks to which it allows you to burn more calories. Do not enter the sauna with an empty stomach, as this may lead to fainting.
It is worth letting yourself be carried away by the rushing river, in which you can feel like in a mountain stream. Before entering the rushing river, there is a small recreational pool with attractions in the form of hydromassage and water jets.
The salt cave uses the natural healing properties of the salt and minerals contained in it. The walls of such a place are lined with salt lumps. Minerals are released into the air by heating and proper ventilation of the room. In addition to inhalation, staying in the salt cave allows you to relax and unwind, which takes place on deckchairs. The session starts every full hour, and a single stay in the salt cave lasts 45 minutes. You enter the cave with a dry towel, shoe covers or socks.
Two round hydromassage bathtubs, where you can indulge in blissful laziness and take advantage of massages performed under pressure with water and air.
To make the stay more attractive for children, one paddling pool has water-squirting figures – a clown, a snake, a post, two mini slides, and a mushroom fountain in the other.