Put the Aah in Spa with These Top Relaxing Toronto Spas



Advertisements for spas make it all look so easy. From cascading indoor waterfalls to beautiful women sitting in rooms filled with rose petals, they seem to call to a life that isn't for the Toronto urbanite. Even a traveler to Toronto just wants to get in as many activities as possible. Doing nothing doesn't seem high on the list of priorities.

Let us invite you to reconsider. Although it may not look like it at first glance, Toronto is actually the ideal place to decompress. The award winning spas pepper the entire city, providing a welcome release from the city that goes day and night. 

If you still need some convincing, consider the once-in-a-lifetime opportunities. Hammam Spa, right on King Street in the heart of downtown Toronto can transport you to bathing rituals that originated thousands of years ago. Sit until you feel like you are going to melt in the steam room, then reposition yourself on a white marble table with candlelight surrounding you. Or treat your spa day as a romantic opportunity and indulge in a couple's massage at the Toronto Luxury Stillwater Spa. Just the atmosphere alone may help to set your cares free.

Turn your phone off for a few hours and make friends with a terry cloth bathrobe. This is not one of those choices in life that you will regret.




Nontoxic, chemical free and gluten free are terms you may attach to your diet. In 2003, it became descriptions for Elixor Organic Boutique & Spa. Elixor is the perfect location for the health-conscious individual who is aware of the...  Read More


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Downtown
Hammam Spa
Photo courtesy of Hammam Spa Facebook page


Hammam Spa provides an oasis in the heart of the city. Golden tones and warm woods welcome stressed out city folk with an urban sanctuary environment. The steam room may be enough to induce relaxation. With light eucalyptus oils circulating...  Read More


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Downtown
Elmwood Spa
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Even checking in for your appointment at the Elmwood Spa is a pleasant experience. Hand towels are at the ready while you prepare for further relaxation. The pristine environment sets the tone for the pampering we all need from time to time....  Read More


Miraj Hammam Spa by Caudalie
Photo courtesy of Miraj Hammam Spa Facebook page


The softest of bathrobes, Caudalie products and a prime location makes the Miraj Hammam Spa excellent at the business of relaxation. Located in the Shangri-La hotel, after a body treatment you are given the option of going to the Hammam (and why...  Read More




This one is for all the ladies in the house...no really. Although stress is not gender specific, fear of being seen in a bathing suit often is. Sweetgrass takes away any potential spa stress by catering to women alone. The hot tub and sauna...  Read More


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Downtown
Body Blitz
Photo courtesy of Body Blitz Spa Facebook page


This women's only spa in Toronto is based on the concept of "health by water." Ancient restorative water practices get a downtown city twist. Go on what is known as a "water circuit" which moves you from a dead sea salt pool to plunging into...  Read More




Trump sure knows how to do it right when it comes to the luxurious. His Toronto spa on the 31st floor of the Trump hotel knocks it out of the park. Enjoy your tea or water pre-treatment in the softest of bathrobes in front of a roaring...  Read More




The Stillwater spa provides 10,000 square feet and 17 treatment rooms to relax as many people as possible in the Annex area of Toronto. As you wait for your treatment, you will be led to the heated locker room where you will disrobe into the...  Read More




The Ritz Carlton Spa in Toronto has ranked highly on many lists, and it is for good reason. The prime downtown location provides stunning views of landmarks like the CN Tower. Synonymous with luxury as a hotel brand, the spa does not disappoint...  Read More




You know a city is getting cramped when a spa boasts about their abundant natural light. Only that isn't all the Spa Four Seasons has to offer. The Four Seasons knows how to do it right and their oversized treatment rooms, sunlit indoor...  Read More


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Meet Courtney Sunday

Courtney Sunday has lived in England, Switzerland, Canada and the US, finding her way into the professions of freelance writing and yoga teaching in between travel opportunities. She learned...  More About Courtney

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