The Bad Moos 4-star superior resort is dramatically located at 1,370 metres above sea level at the foot of the famed “Sesto sundail,” at the edge of a Larch forest and along the romantic Sesto stream. The cable car to the meadows of the Croda Rossa is located at the hotel doorstep. In summertime, this means you can hop out of bed and into the cable car. In no time, you can access some of the Dolomites’ most beautiful hiking and mountain biking trails. In winter, it’s possible to “ski-in, ski-out.” Our hotel is the starting point for cross-country-ski excursions into the Val Fiscalina and for access to the Alta Pusteria cross-country-ski El Dorado with over 200 km of tracked slopes.
Once a farmer’s mineral bath, now a spa resort
The mineral waters of Bad Moos have been famous for over 350 years. The Bad Moos – Dolomites Spa Resort is one of five hotels treatment license in South Tyrol. All treatments in the Termesana wellness & health area are based around the healing waters of the St. Valentine spring, which flows directly into the SPA Bad Moos and is used throughout the hotel and for forms of treatment. To help guests regain their natural balance, the experienced team at Bad Moos, with the help of two medical experts, utilise the healing powers of spring water to improve the skin and joints as well as respiration and digestion. Holistic Termesana methods unite traditional elements from the mountains with innovative principle and the healing power of healthy spring water. At our 2500-m2 wellness area, guests can make use of our diverse sauna area with Kneipp course in addition to our 14x10 m indoor pool and an outdoor whirlpool. Our Gothic style, 13th-century parlour in the private spa suite “Chalet St. Valentin” and our rustic “Bauernbadl” bathhouse with tub and open fire are truly spaces to behold.
Living and Enjoyment
True living comfort at the highest level is available in our three buildings, from exclusive to family friendly and romantic. Our kitchen team unites the best of South Tyrolean cuisine with Mediterranean influences. The ‘Move & Balance’ programme and the ‘Feel-Good Menu’ are new initiatives for all those who want to keep moving and to eat healthily on holiday.