Best Spas in Toronto

by Staff

Some of us may be intimidated by the prospect of relocating to Toronto. After all, it is Canada’s largest city with over 6 million residents, and everything else is minor compared to that. However, Toronto offers a wide range of opportunities for growth so if you can make the move, you may find that you enjoy it. The exorbitant housing prices in Toronto are enough to make anyone reconsider investing in real estate, however, according to a new study it’s actually worthwhile if you can afford it. Homes for sale in Toronto are hard to come by these days, but because of the city’s robust economy there will always be a need for property. This makes real estate an excellent investment for those looking to capitalize on the opportunity.

For many people, the whole moving process can be a physically and mentally draining experience. Therefore, once you’ve settled into your new home, it’s highly recommended that you take some personal time to unwind and relax from the high level of stress due to moving. Keep reading for a few of the best spas in Toronto. 

Ste. Anne’s Spa

The serene and picturesque Ste. Anne’s Spa is located east of Cobourg, tucked among Grafton’s rolling farmland. You’ll feel like you’ve stepped back in time, or at least that time has seemingly slowed down for a moment, when you relax in this country castle from the 1800s. It is strongly advised that you spend the entire day in your fluffy bathrobe. In fact, most guests wear their robes to dinner. Save time for a dip in one of the heated all-season pools after experiencing one of their 35 revitalizing spa treatments. 

Niagara on the Lake

Wind down at this magnificent, five-star vintage hotel and spa after a day of touring nearby wineries in Niagara-on-the-Lake. The rebuilt 19th century canning factory now has 122 guest rooms, two restaurants, and The 100 Fountain Spa, which is a spacious 13,000 square foot oasis. The 100 Fountain Spa is more like a resort with its heated indoor saltwater pool, fitness center, hot tub, outdoor pool, and hot spring pool. There’s a long list of spa services and holistic treatments to select from, but don’t miss the Beyond Vino Body Wrap, an anti-aging body treatment made with grapes from Niagara’s vineyards. 

Millcroft Inn & Spa

A stay at the Millcroft Inn & Spa could cure a multitude of sins and stress if you want to leave the city behind for a self-care getaway in the country. The Millcroft Inn and its adjacent pond and waterfall, which are about an hour’s drive from Toronto, are located in Caledon, a town with meandering horseback riding trails and Schitt’s Creek vibes. The Inn, which was built in 1881, has been refurbished to maintain its original charm while allowing for modern features such as outdoor hot spring pools. You’ll leave feeling balanced and fuller than when you arrived, whether you’re having lunch at the spa’s fully licensed café, cocooning in a clay body wrap, or pampering yourself with a manicure. 

Photo by cottonbro.

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