Need a cure for winter blues? A little R&R always does the trick! Below you’ll find our favourite spas less than 3 hours away from Toronto to escape to this winter.
You work hard and you deserve a little pampering every now and then! Spa getaways are a great way to wind down, let loose and indulge in utter relaxation. Whether you’re planning a pampering for one, with a friend or with someone special, these are the best spa getaways around Toronto:
1009 Massey Road, Grafton, Ontario
Located in Grafton, Ontario (approximately 1.5 hours away from Toronto), Ste. Anne’s Spa offers a full range of rejuvenating spa services. Visitors have the option to choose between multiple packages. The all-inclusive overnight getaway starts at $329 per person and consists of a stay in one of their beautiful spa cottages or a room in their Main Inn plus a 4-course dinner, breakfast, 3-course lunch, afternoon tea, credit towards spa services and full use of their facilities. The all-inclusive day getaway starts at $185 per person and includes a 3-course lunch, afternoon tea, credit towards spa services and full use of their facilities (grotto, steam room, stables, wellness classes & more). Spa services include everything from wraps and massages to facials and hand treatments. Visitors have the option to have their spa services in the Main Inn, their room, or outdoors in a garden gazebo (June-September).
The Scandinave Spa at Blue Mountain
152 Grey Road 21, Blue Mountain, Ontario
Located minutes away from downtown Collingwood and Blue Mountain (and approximately 2 hours away from Toronto), the Scandinave Spa allows visitors an escape to Scandinavian baths, a Finnish Sauna, Eucalyptus Steam Room, Hot Baths, Cold Plunges, and Thermal & Nordic Waterfalls. Bath access is $55 per person Thursday through Tuesday and $45 per person on Wednesdays. Spa services at this getaway are limited to massages which start at $145 for a 60-minute Swedish Massage. Guests can treat themselves to multiple overnight getaway packages that include accommodations and Scandinave Spa passes.
The Spa at Old Mill
21 Old Mill Road, Toronto, Ontario
This heritage boutique hotel is made up of 57 deluxe rooms & suites and a luxurious on-site spa. It’s the perfect place to getaway without having to leave the city. The Spa at Old Mill offers several packages which include specials for women, men, couples and overnight stays. Day spa packages for women start at $218 for a classic English facial and 60-minute massage. An overnight retreat starts at $225 per person and includes a stay in a Luxury King room featuring an all season fireplace, whirlpool tub for two, premium continental breakfast and a side-by-side Swedish massage. Spa services include makeup, hair removal, hand & foot treatments, massages, facials and more. Guests are also invited to enjoy the sauna, quiet room, restaurant, live music, and outdoor activities.
The Spa at Touchstone Resort
1869 Muskoka Road 118 West, Bracebridge, Ontario
If you feel like spoiling yourself silly, this is the spa to visit. Located on Lake Muskoka (approximately 2.5 minutes away from Toronto), The Spa at Touchstone Resort offers a wide variety of services for men and women which include facial treatments, massages, body wraps and hand and foot treatments. An RMT massage starts at $70 for 25 minutes and spa packages start at $195 for “Pure Balance” which includes an express facial, heated peach wax, hand & foot treatment, aromatherapy, hot towels, invigorating back scrub and hot rocks back massage. For overnight visits, guests can choose to stay at one of four Touchstone accommodations: the Main Lodge, Grand Muskokan Cottages, Cascades or Treetop Villas. Accommodations start at $139 per night and guests are allowed access to the exercise room, sauna, steam room, pool, sun deck, hot tub and restaurant.
Millcroft Inn and Spa
55 John St, Village of Alton, Caledon, Ontario
Just an hour away from Toronto is the award-winning Millcroft Inn and Spa. This state-of-the-art spa features 11 private treatment rooms, three dedicated hydrotherapy rooms, a fitness room, outdoor terrace, indoor and outdoor pools, newly opened hot springs, indoor whirlpool, herbal steam rooms, showers, and a fully licensed café. Not to mention, a Woodlands Lounge with fireside seating, complimentary housemade granola, fruit-infused water, herbal teas and an amazing view of protected woodlands and meadows. Spa services include facials starting at $70, facial enhancements (think scalp treatments, lip therapy and more) starting at $15, massages starting at $70, and manicures and pedicures starting at $55.
Langdon Hall Hotel & Spa
1 Langdon Dr, Cambridge, ON
Langdon Hall is another option just a short hour away from the city. The historic estate offers 60 luxurious guest suites, a full-service spa, outdoor swimming pool, and a 5-diamond award-winning restaurant. The spa offers a variety of packages including couples massages and half-day retreats, as well as individual services like massages starting at $115, manicures and pedicures starting at $55, body wraps starting at $165, and facials starting at $245. Spa guests have full access to all amenities.
70671 Bluewater Highway, South Huron, Ontario
With 126 rooms, suites and cottages, there’s plenty of room for relaxing at this resort! The spa (which is approximately 2.5 hours away from Toronto) features a wide range of services such as hand & feet treatments, massages, facials, body treatments, beauty treatments and more. Packages start at $113 for “The Classic” which includes a classic manicure, pedicure, and express facial. Massages start at $50 for 30 minutes. Children between the ages of 9 and 13 can also indulge in special services ranging between $20 and $30. Oakwood Resort also offers monthly limited-time overnight getaway packages, which you can discover here. Aside from an impressive Spa, the resort also features an indoor pool, outdoor skating rink, sauna and hot tub, tennis courts, children’s play area, games room, beach access, and 18 hole par 70 golf course.
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