I was so lucky to talk my wonderful husband into staying in San Pelligrino an extra day so we could spend day #2 at the QC Terme! What an experience! Okay, where do I start...
How about Q&A style. At the bottom are some photos of our trip!
What are Italian spas like?
They are GORGEOUS! Literally like a relaxing amusement park for adults. The one we went to had 3 floors of saunas, hot tubs, and jacuzzis. Did I mention it's like being at a castle.
How expensive are they?
Actually not very expensive. It was around $50 each for us to spend the whole day until 11pm. This included happy hour from 6-8pm. It was extra to add on buffet lunch as well. You're given a bracelet to charge anything on it and then pay at the end of the day!
What do you do?
RELAX! Each activity in the spa has a complete guide on the wall that describes what the benefits are of it, how long you should do it, and what it is. Each are also paired with aroma therapy.
Definitely the outdoor pool. It's heated. Chairs that have water jet massagers in them. There are outdoor candles lite around the pool that smell so great!
The waterfall would also be a fav. One of the activities is standing under a waterfall. Obviously not for long.
All the saunas were lovely. I don't think I could pick one.
End of the night fav: Rocking in the fireplace room. It's dark, looks like a cabin, and smells amazing. Watching the fire together was delightful!
Last but not least-there's a room that is full of what I thought were waterbeds. The room is dark. Music and images play on the ceiling. It was completely relaxing. I might have fallen asleep in this room.
What's the happy hour include?
Champagne, tons of vegetables, cheese, charcuterie, fruit, granola bar, sweets, and so much more.
I have so much to be thankful for this year! I am so lucky to have an amazing family. The day was absolutely to die for. Happy hour in robes? Um yes please! Who wouldn't love spending the day at a spa with your husband? If you get the chance definitely try the spas in Italy! Cheers!