Canadian Spa Resorts To Visit Before The End Of Summer

As we all know, today’s fast-paced, urban lifestyle can easily lead to exhaustion and unwanted stress. Whether you took an international vacation earlier in the summer or you have yet to escape from the boardroom, a Canadian spa retreat may be right up your alley. From a girlfriends’ weekend to mother daughter bonding time, try planning a local getaway and some quality time for rest and relaxation. Here is Real Style’s selection of spa resorts in Canada that you should check out before the summer comes to a grand finale. 

Ste.Anne’s Spa, A Haldimand Hills Spa, Grafton, ON

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Ste. Anne’s Spa offers a wide variety of soothing treatments, which include firming mud facials, Thai massages, seaweed body wraps and more. If you’re somebody who loves yoga, this spa resort also offers yoga classes for you and your girlfriends to enjoy. There’s a pool, stream room, a fitness facility and gardens on site, along with country cuisine to keep your hunger satisfied during your stay. 

Grotto Spa at Tigh-Na-Mara Seaside Spa Resort, Vancouver Island

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If you’re in need of some relaxation time and are looking to detoxify your body, then the Grotto Spa may be just the spot for you. Many of the treatments include ingredients from the West Coast itself. The Grotto Spa has all types of treatments like massages, manicures and pedicures, facials, body wraps and body glows. They offer a mineral pool full of minerals that will help to soothe muscle aches and pains. 

Dol-άs Spa at Fox Harb’r Resort, Nova Scotia

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The Dol-άs Spa could be a great spot for a romantic weekend away from the city, as they offer couples’ massages and also offer a four course dinner for you and your significant other. After all, pampering yourselves is the best way for you and your loved ones to forget all about life’s struggles. Try booking a ocean view suite while you stay, for a scenic view of Nova Scotia. 

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