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7 Luxurious Spas In Alberta You Have To Treat Yourself To Once In Your Life

Finals are over for the year, so what better time than the present to start destressing for summer? You've spent months hunched over textbooks, studying for hours on end, so it's about time you treat yourself to a day of much deserved rest and relaxation. 

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A lot of spas are very pricey, especially for those of us scraping by on a student budget. Lucky for you, we've scoped out some of Alberta's most beautiful but affordable spas. You might just have to take a day trip to check one out. 

1. Willow Stream Spa // Banff

Indoor waterfalls and a mineral pool? Sounds great to us. Rated one of the top five spas in Canada by Conde Nest Traveller, Willow Stream is a must visit.

Cost: $79 spa access for hotel guests

2. Red Earth Spa // Banff 

Being the only full service spa in Banff, Red Earth has a total of six treatment rooms and offers a variety of incredible and relaxing services for everyone to enjoy.

Cost: $79 for a 30 minute customized massage, all spa clients have full access to hot pool, steam room, and exercise room

3. Solara Resort & Spa // Canmore 

Reconnect with yourself and take some time to relax from your busy lifestyle. Solara is all about rediscovering balance so you can take time to breathe and enjoy life.

Cost: 30 minute Ampoule Concentrate Facial Therapy for $90

4. Bodhi Tree Spa // Canmore

Enjoy a beautiful mountail view while you relax by the open air hot pool, or treat yourself to one of many luxurious massages.

Cost: 45 minute Bodhi Aromatheraphy Massage for $85

5. Mountain Wellness & Day Spa // Jasper

Looking to relax after a day of hiking in the Rocky Mountains? Book a massage at Mountain Wellness and you'll leave feeling even better than you came.

Cost: 60 minute full body massage for $99

6. The Spa Ritual // Calgary

Relax in the infrared saunas or Bali sanctuary before your treatment. This place may be a bit on the pricey side, but the quality of the treatment is well worth it. You'll never feel more relaxed.

Cost: 45 minute Teen Acne Facial for $95

7. Bliss YogaSpa // Edmonton

As if yoga itself isn't relaxing enough, why not throw in an amazing full body massage to relax your muscles after? S

Cost: 60 minute Tranquility Relaxation Massage for $110

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