It’s a winter of wellness at Bad Moos – Dolomites Spa Resort in Sexten, at the mouth of the Fiscalina Valley. The resort wears white, the color of snow: just outside the hotel are ski lifts that allow guests to enjoy the ski slopes.
Ideal occasions to experience the new alpine suites: elegant and refined, they feature a modern touch that perfectly matches the hotel’s Tyrolean style. Wood and loden are the stars, in walls, floors, furniture and armchairs. Large windows and an elegant balcony complete the rooms that look out over the valley landscape.
The romantic junior suite Three Peaks Style features, among other things, a striking fireplace, king-size bed, and an open-plan bathroom with rain shower.
Bad Moos, wellness protagonist
Inside the resort, the Termesana SPA, a splendid 2,500-square-meter spa, and the pool among the snow are a must: open year-round, the new outdoor pool allows you to enjoy relaxation even in winter. Entirely renovated and expanded, with heated water, it houses whirlpools and waterfall jets and allows you to switch directly to the indoor ozone pool, which, surrounded by relaxing loungers and glass windows, is unique for enjoying the view.
Instead, the Termesana SPA, thanks to the regenerative forces of the sulfate spring of Bagni di Moso, becomes the heart of exclusive treatments. with wellness rituals, quality products, and experienced and trained staff.
Water is the main element of all treatments: rich in sulfur, fluoride, magnesium, calcium and other rare mineral salts, it flows to the spa where it is used in conjunction with medical, aesthetic, holistic and nutritional treatments to provide a truly unique and innovative wellness experience.
Newly constructed, the Bad Moos sauna area is a refined and exclusive environment.
Ladies will find a place all to themselves: the Picea lady sauna owes its name to the spruce the walls are lined with. Ergonomic beds with footrests and aroma steam jets round out the offerings. On the other hand, those who are particularly pudgy can choose the textil sauna Larix, the only one where you can enter with your costume on. The name comes from larch, used for the furnishings, while the steam jets are to forest aromas, pine, larch, spruce, and stone pine.
The top is the panoramic St. Valentin Cembra sauna: made of pine wood, it offers panoramic views of the mountains and the little church for which it is named. In addition to the forest aroma steam jets, just outside are the sulfate water rain showers. On some special days this space becomes a location for special events, from sauna master’s aromatic dances to poetry readings, from bubbly and speck tastings to a walk to St. Valentin’s little church.
Between treatments, the Old Stube relaxation room at the Bad Moos Dolomites SPA Resort is presented as an exclusive space, and is housed in an old 13th-century Gothic stube.
Also a must stop in the Foenum relaxation room, elegant and refined, with modern and essential lines, but at the same time intimate and familiar, thanks to the fireplace and the hay that, wrapped in large sheets, releases its scent: the ergonomic beds face a large window overlooking the Fiscalina Valley.
As well as the impressive sulfur cave and the traditional Rustically Balneo relaxation room. All of this is in addition to the offerings that have always been present in Bad Moos: from the Finnish sauna to the biosauna, from the steam bath to the sulfur Kneipp course and the infrared cabin.
DOLOMITES SPA RESORT
Via Val Fiscalina, 27
39030 Sesto Moso (BZ) – Dolomites – Italy
Photo: Hannes Niederkofler