The vision at QC Terme Monte Bianco is quite simple: surround yourself in harmonious nature in order to re-create harmony in oneself. Strategically situated at the foot of the captivating mountains of the Monte Blanc valley in Aosta, the QC Terme is an oasis for relaxation. The hotel has curated a unique approach to providing guests with a sense of wellness, separating the philosophy into three key categories: “Beautiful inside and out,” “Well come, well stay,” and the “QC Terme Gift.” Overall, one would say they have a Masters in Wellness.
Each of the four room categories - Classic, Comfort, Romantic and the Minisuite - have beds that are wrapped in soft cotten sateen sheets topped with an à la carte pillow menu to make sure you can dream away for as long as you wish. Along with a Nespresso station as well as spa kit, guests also receive personalized, complimentary gifts as part of the 'standard' in-room amenities. The ensuite bathrooms have a shower, specialty toiletries and offer a robe and slippers for your comfort. You'll feel at the peak of holiday mode immediately, particularly when you draw the curtains and take in the stunning view of Mont Blanc. The interiors feature exposed beams and parquet floors, and soft tones of hunter green, pastel yellow and blush pink upholstery warms up the wood furnishings in all rooms.
In order to help guests attain inner beauty during their stay, the health conscious hotel offers delectable and nutritious meals to cleanse and satisfy guests’ palettes. All dishes are inspired by mountainside cuisine, with distinct flavours and special ingredients that are handpicked by the farmers who cultivate the hotel's locally-sourced produce. There is a flavorful brunch, a wine and cheese tasting, as well as an ‘Aperiterme,’ a distinct aperitivo of its kind offered while guests lounge in their plush robes.
The hotel premises includes luxurious spas, gyms, steam baths, saunas, and salt rooms to ease guests into a weekend of cleansing and renewal. As for outer beauty, the Terme takes inspiration from Ancient Roman bath houses, where water is heated to a tender 36°C to sooth and massage the muscles. The saunas, salt rooms and steam rooms allow guests to shed layers of tension and distress.