It was built in 1800 in wood and with a shingled roof. Only two years later, the house was rebuilt with stone and in 1911 the building was replaced by a new one, in the Neo-Baroque style.
The Stone Spa House is a protected cultural monument and still serves its purpose. It mainly treats diseases of the musculoskeletal system, patients after orthopedic joint surgery. It is possible to use thermal baths, electrotherapy, gas injections and many other procedures, there is also a salt cave.
The spa was originally opened as the Empress Elisabeth's Spa House, in honor of her visit to Teplice. The Café Restaurant Sissi serves here today as a reminder. Although Sisi was known for not eating at all, she would be pleased, if you have a cake or two here in her honor.
More information can be found on the website of the Stone Spa House here.