4.5
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What We Love

  • Customizable saunas at the onsite spa
  • Horse-drawn sleigh rides through scenic Fischlein Valley
  • The hotel’s ski-in/ski-out bar
  • Pine floors in each of the 91 homey rooms

What To Know

  • Junior Suites are furnished with working fireplaces
  • In addition to a well-equipped playroom, the property is surrounded by many kid-friendly forest trails
  • Bring Fido—pets are allowed
  • The hotel’s fitness trainer can help fine-tune your Nordic walking technique before you tackle the area’s countless hiking options

Amenities

  •  Bar
  •  Concierge
  •  Free WiFi
  •  Gym
  •  Handicap-accessible
  •  Parking On Site
  •  Pet Friendly
  •  Pool
  •  Restaurant
  •  Room Service
  •  Spa
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Overview

Rustic Tyrolean lodge built around a hot spring in the epicenter of northern Italy’s slopes

The Lowdown

The healing waters of the Dolomites, a series of UNESCO World Heritage-certified peaks, have served as a welcome respite for mountaineers crisscrossing Italy’s rugged Alto Adige region for over three centuries. It’s not surprising, then, that the centerpiece at this endearing chalet-style hideaway, surrounded by lush forests and fields, is a sulphur spring. Soak in it at the Termesana Spa, the perfect antidote to a demanding day of hiking, skiing, or tobogganing around Sesto—one of the more underrated mountains in South Tyrol. Refuel at the grand Swiss pine-encased dining room, where chefs integrate locally foraged herbs like dandelion and wild peppermint into pestos, honeys, and signature aperitifs. If you’re craving more privacy, order a fondue for two at the decidedly cozier wine tavern, then retire to your farmhouse-inspired digs, where even the most basic room types here have with balconies.

In the Area

Don’t leave the lodge without a trek to the Three Peaks, a trio of distinctive, battlement-like mountains the area is practically synonymous with. (If you’re seeking a less strenuous approach, the hotel offers a seasonal guests-only shuttle.) Other worthy guided excursions include a trip to the Sesto rock sundial, the largest of its kind in the world at an altitude of nearly 10,000 feet. Contrary to popular opinion, the area doesn’t just come alive during ski season; picturesque crocus valleys make it a spectacular site during the warmer months.

How to Get There

Bad Moos Dolomites Spa Resort
Via Val Fiscalina, 27
Moso, Sesto, 39030 Italy

Reviews

4.5 Very Good 698 Reviews
The dream winter hotel
Reviewed 2 days ago

As soon as my family arrived, their were beautiful decorations and welcoming staff. The rooms where large and the beds were super comfortable. The buffet was absolutely the best part of the trip. It was very consistent with a large variety of choices. Their is a big amount of fruits to start your day on the slopes. Speaking of slopes there where slopes only a few meters away from the hotel. The slopes were big and there are large amounts of them. When you finish, you can directly go to your room, change and head straight to the pools indoor and outdoor. The indoor ones were very large and relaxing with not to cold of a temperature of water. The out door pools were very relaxing and there is a little place you can rest on chairs in the pool. But unfortunately, it was a bit small but that wasn’t a very big problem due to the upcoming outdoor pools that are bigger and will surely and hopefully make my day. Really looking forward for my next trip to this dream winter hotel!

Live your Dream
Reviewed 5 months ago

What can you say about Bad Moos?... well apart from its wonderful Spa and saunas which have end of the day Events- Charly will fan you and do aromatic dances to get you involved( Tirolese Aufgusses)- then out barefoot on the grass ( with a towel around you)- wonderful sugar scrubs in the Turkish bath and,,,,, nope not telling - find out for yourselves- just to say I go 2 a year and have been going fir the last 3 yrs- a magical place to be reborn!!- the breakfasts are Wonderful- all you could dream for- from fruits of the forest- fresh juices- you name it - it’s on the buffet. There are 3 types of accommodation:- stylish ellegant suites and rooms - residence apartments and other rooms in the building opposite the main hotel building- need to regenerate- then GO!!

Well located but pricey hotel
Reviewed 5 months ago

This is a very well located hotel for hikes and other outdoor activities. It also features a big spa area, though we found it very confusing to navigate. For example there are various saunas, including one ladies-only-sauna but when my girlfriend went there she was surprised to discover various men in it! There's a myriad of - very expensive - spa treatments.
Our (big and expensive) room faced the skilift in the back and had no view.

A very good resort
Reviewed 6 months ago

We stayed at the hotel for 4 nights. The view from our room was outstanding. The room is nice has a sitting area and a balcony. Very clean. The Spa has a swimming pool and all other facilitys. The brakefast buffet was very rich and so were the dinner buffet and served dishes.

Great Hotel
Reviewed 6 months ago

We stayed at Bad Moos for four amazing nights. The facility, the food, the service - were all amazing!
Every dinner was different, rich breakfast buffet, beautiful spa and wellness center. And of course - the location, in the beautiful Pusteria Valley in the Dolomites.