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CNN: Piešťany among deluxe weight-loss destinations

The US news TV channel CNN has published, in its travel section,a story with the chart of nine best holiday destinations for those interested in losing weight.

The US news TV channel CNN has published, in its travel section,a story with the chart of nine best holiday destinations for those interested in losing weight.

The Art Nouveau-style Thermia Palace hotel in Piešťany placed seventh in the list of top deluxe weight-loss vacations. CNN stressed that during its history, the hotel has hosted kings, sheikhs and emperors from all over the world. The health effects of the weigh-loss programme were stressed too. The three top destinations include the Live Oak Malibu resort in the US, Garda Lake in Italy and a trip to Senegal.

(Source: CNN)
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