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Canadians pride themselves on their love of the great outdoors – the country is home to inspiring landscapes like the Canadian Rockies, Lake Louise and Niagara Falls. The best spas and wellness hotels in Canada complement the trend of healthy living with a variety of spa treatments and exercise opportunities, indoors and out. Read on for the best spa hotels across the country.
The newly built Kananaskis Mountain Lodge in Alberta was created with the whole family in mind. The decor is inspired by the surrounding forests and Rocky Mountains, while the full service Nordic Spa and indoor waterpark pay homage to clear mountain streams. Enjoy horseback riding and golf in the summer and wrap up warm for snowshoeing and skating in wintertime. Hydrotherapy sessions in the plunge pools, followed by Swedish massage, are available year-round.
Twinkling under 3.5 million Swarovski crystals, Sparkling Hill invites its guests to attain their maximum health and wellness goals with all-inclusive stays. Modeled on the great spas of Europe, the KurSpa covers 40,000sqft (3,715sqm). Over 100 treatments are available, including rare amenities like the Cryo Cold Chamber, favored by athletes, and a naturopathic clinic. The modern, open-concept guest rooms overlook Lake Okanagan. A special emphasis is placed on healthy aging with special packages available for seniors.
Guests are rejoicing at the newly renovated Fairmont Whistler. The Gold Floor is now shining brighter than ever to welcome you back from the ski lift and village with all day service in deluxe surroundings. Choose from a variety of mountain adventures, led by an experienced guide. Then enjoy a holistic wellness treatment in one of Vida Spa’s 15 treatment rooms or couples’ suites.
Voted the number one hotel in Toronto by TripAdvisor for four consecutive years, the Hazelton is a landmark in the upscale Yorkville neighborhood. Elegant rooms and suites present in tones of taupe with aqua accents and zebrawood furnishings. The Spa by Valmont rises to the occasion with a saltwater pool and complete range of treatments. Can’t decide? Try the head-to-toe sampler for an exquisite pampering experience.
The healing powers of salt water are well known but rarely combined in the way that they are at the Boathouse Spa and Baths. Shells, seaweed and sea salt are integrated into a range of body rituals to cleanse and purify. Afterwards, become one with the ocean as you slip into the heated seaside mineral pools at the water’s edge in Victoria. The spa is the centerpiece of the prestigious Oak Bay Beach Hotel, already admired for Les Clefs d’Or concierge service and rooms overlooking Oak Bay Village, the marina and the Pacific Ocean.
Not just a sophisticated hotel commanding a view of Quebec’s Lake Champlain, but a gastronomic destination in itself. The gourmet dining experience at La Cache translates to equally delicious light bites and sips of wine at the spa bistro at the Noah Spa. Recharge in the waters of the Eaunergique basin or swing gently in a hammock while you listen to the soothing splash of the fountains.
On four floors of delicious luxury in the heart of downtown Montreal, Boxotel has thought of every detail. The latest in high-tech amenities are at your fingertips with a remote control that operates the heated floors, motorized window coverings and indoor temperature. Melt away your cares in a deep stand-alone soaker tub or request an in-room spa service. The rooftop terrace offers two huge hot tubs, a dry sauna and fitness center, plus dazzling views of the city.
Nothing less than wonderful can describe the Littoral Hotel. A classic brick heritage building with a wide gingerbread-style porch and modern annex, the Littoral offers combination night stays that can include a massage at the spa (tucked up inside the house), breakfast and late check-out. Don’t miss the made-to-order waffle bar and the European-style espresso. Old Quebec City is just around the corner.
The focus is on nature at this hotel located close to the green hills of Beacon Hill Park in Victoria, British Columbia. A soaring atrium holds a trickling stream, connecting guests to the elements as soon as they arrive. This all-suite hotel with kitchens offers nutritional counseling and meal plans at the Parkside Spa to aid in self-care. Spa products are all natural, and there is a wide selection of facial and body treatments available. Work out or splash out in the 80ft (25m) terrazzo-lined swimming pool.