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The SPA with an Italian twist that offers breathtaking views of New York

Last updated on December 21, 2022

We all enjoy a nice relaxing massage, we all enjoy spending time with our friends while having a chilly glass of the best Prosecco out there. What if this all comes with the stunning skyline of Manhattan right before your eyes?

If this something you were truly looking for well look no further because QC Terme has just opened its doors on Governors Island.

The Italian company headquartered in Milan “is the largest Italian name in the wellness industry, with thirteen facilities including wellness centers, spas and resorts in Italy, France and now also in the United States of America, born thanks to a creative process that has subverted the old concepts of thermalism. The beauty of sensory paths articulated between panoramic pools, whirlpools, scented saunas and relaxation rooms and enchanting gardens, but above all, the value of hospitality. Not a job but a lifestyle, aimed at offering guests a dwelling for the body and soul, taking care of every detail of the experience, to make it unrepeatable”

(From the QC Group website)

The experience of the QC Terme facility in New York merges the many benefit of thermalism with the best in class food experience. In a place like this the words “food for the soul” are more than appropriate. Imagine to dive into a hot steamy water and then with just your bathrobe on sit on a comfy sunbed. Open your eyes while the bubbles of the Prosecco gently scratch your throat: the sunset hits the skyscrapers of Manhattan. The lights of the many windows start to shine to compose a starry night.

Getting there is actually very easy and could be the happy ending to your day out in Manhattan. You could have a tour of the Andy Warhol’s houses in the morning, lunch at 10 Corso Como in the Seaport area and then walk to the Battery Maritime Building. Ferries for the island leave daily every half an hour. Click here for the schedule.

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