I wondered what to expect from an Italian spa... I have to admit I was a bit scared as I am used to the northern style. How is to go around in swimming trunks and with a bathing cap? Will I find the same silence, relaxation and concentration as I am used to in Germany? And the same feeling of "wellness''?
I was happily surprised for a number of things. Beautiful building! Magnificent view! Kind staff makes you feel welcome and brings around water, tea and other drinks. And the best thing maybe: the mountain air refreshing you after the sauna, on a calm and wonderful balcony outside (I visited the spa with some snow around).
But a number of other things made me feel less at ease. The swimming pool is shared with numerous families and young children... of course because it is a beautiful small pool! But it brings with it a great 'movimento' and gives the feeling of compromise. Some boys behaved as if they were visiting an 'Aquafun', running around and playing... staff did their best but how can you bridge such a difference in culture and expectations? The various (nice) rest places are very exposed, in the heart of the centre. I found the small sauna cabin itself a bit too hot... I missed a thermometer but it was probably overheated. Just one hour-glass for many people? Enough hooks?
In short: a nice experience but it can be better, the potential is not fully used yet. Suggestion: please extend it a bit! Your spa would win a lot with one extra (and real) rest room, a second intermediate sauna... and a few more showers. Reading the reviews, many guests are happy and discover something new... It is something to introduce an infrastructure, but still another thing to introduce the real wellness style... Grazie and good luck!
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