Thermes du Spa offers 800 square metres of natural-spring pools and a rich variety of therapeutic baths, massages and other treatments for every ailment.
In the town of Stavelot, the renovated abbey houses the Spa- Francorchamps Racetrack Museum. The archaeological remains of the 11thcentury building are also worth seeing.
Le Grand Maur, in an 18th-century house, serves elegant Belgian classics and is popular for Sunday brunch.
Le Clos Fontaine is a ‘slow food’ restaurant that serves innovative, palate-tickling dishes.
The Spa tourist office organises guided hikes of the area’s flora and fauna, as well as tailor-made tours for groups.
The Radisson Blu Palace Hotel is linked to Les Thermes du Spa by a funicular. It offers various packages, including the one-night Spa Getaway for two, which includes a three-course dinner, breakfast and one-day unlimited access to the Thermes. The hotel also has its own sauna, Turkish bath and fitness centre.
Try your luck in the opulent game rooms of the Casino. This was once the world’s oldest, built in 1763 – the current building went up in the early 20th century.