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Let’s be honest: spending an afternoon luxuriating in body scrubs and massage treatments doesn’t happen as often as it should. So when we do carve out time to treat ourselves, we should make it count. For the ultimate retreat, step inside one of these intriguing spas in Toronto. Because who says living in a bustling city can’t be simple and serene?
Ladies, listen up: This female-only spa is about to become your new favourite watering hole (pun intended). With warm salt pools, a cold plunge pool, a eucalyptus steam room and a sauna, it’s a popular getaway spot amongst friends needing to recharge. Craving some alone time? The spa also offers massages, mud treatments, body scrubs and more.
For an indulgent spa experience that checks off all the right boxes (tranquil setting, tea lounge, top-tier cuisine and every massage treatment imaginable) head to Stillwater Spa in Toronto’s Park Hyatt Hotel. There’s even a modern fitness facility available to spa guests, in case you feel so inclined.
The first of its kind in the city, Toronto’s Hammam Spa is modelled after traditional Turkish baths popular throughout the Middle East. The co-ed space is famous for its bath ritual, which involves relaxing in a steam room followed by an authentic bath on a marble table in a hot candlelit room. Intrigued yet?
The thought of floating in a body of water for hours on end has its appeal. But instead of spending the afternoon lingering in your backyard pool, head to H20, Toronto’s first float spa. Here, you’ll float weightlessly in a large tub filled with high-quality Epsom salts, soothing both the muscles and the mind.
Looking for a spa setting that’s as intimate as it gets? Book a treatment at Camden Spa, located in the city’s Fashion District. The boutique space is unassuming – and that’s half of its charm. The facility may be tiny, but with services that range from nourishing facials to therapeutic massages to hypnotherapy, its offerings are anything but.