Pamper yourself this winter, by heading to a spa! If you are looking for a stress-free setting, visiting a spa can be the perfect retreat. It is essential to take time to help yourself relax, so why not take a day off and treat yourself!\nWhile you might think spending time at the spa would be expensive, there are several spas in Ontario that you can visit without spending too much.\nTo help you plan your next spa day, here are 12 magical winter spas for under $70 in Ontario.\nREAD MORE: These Secluded Hot Springs Are Just 1 Hour Away From Toronto\nStrathmere\n@strathmere1979embedded via\nLocated a short drive outside of Ottawa, Strathmere is a gorgeous spa that you will want to visit. Their Stretch, Soak & Savour package is only $50 a person and includes a yoga class, hiking or snowshoeing on the nature trails and access to the outdoor hot tubs. Additionally, you'll get a $20 credit for food or drink credits to use at The Retreat Cafe that offers a delicious locally grown menu.\nBody Blitz Spa\n@bodyblitzspaembedded via\nHead to Body Blitz Spa on Tuesday to enjoy $10 off their regular price of the therapeutic waters day pass. For only $58 you can enjoy the dead sea salt pool with hydrotherapy jets, infrared sauna, eucalyptus steam room, hot Epsom salt pool, and cold plunge pool. Included to your spa visit are a free locker, robe, and sandals.\nScandinave Spa Blue Mountain Spa\n@scandinaveblueembedded via\nRelax at this award-winning spa surrounded by forest. Scandinave Spa Blue Mountain Spa is the perfect spot to go to help soothe sore muscles, help you relax and stimulate blood circulation by soaking in their Scandinavian baths. On Wednesdays, you can access the Scandinavian baths and steam rooms for just $55 a person.\nElmwood Spa\n@elmwoodspaembedded via\nTreat yourself to a relaxing day at the spa. Elmwood Spa is located in Toronto, offers a wide range of water therapy services including hot tubs, steam rooms, a swimming pool, and poolside lounge. From Monday to Thursday, you can purchase a day pass to the spa for $35.\nSweet Grass Spa\n@sweetgrassspaembedded via\nSpend the afternoon relaxing at Sweetgrass Spa for only $50! With your hydrotherapy day pass, you can include access to the ozonated swimming pool and infrared sauna to help eliminate toxins from your body and reduce pain in your joints and muscles. You will also be able to relax in the jacuzzi, spa lounge or refreshment bar.\nMillcroft Spa\n@millcroftinnandspaembedded via\nUnwind at the luxurious Millcroft Spa this winter! Here you can enjoy the outdoor hot spring pools, polar plunge pool, indoor pool, steam room, Finnish cedar sauna, and the fitness facility. Day passes are regularly $70 a person, but if you visit on Tuesday or Wednesday in February you'll receive 20% off, reducing the price to only $55 per person!\nSir Sam's Inn And Spa\nVia Sir Sam's Inn & Spa\nEnjoy the tranquil atmosphere at Sir Sam's Inn & Spa. Here you can relax soaking in the water and enjoy the view of the peaceful lake. You can gain access to their spa facilities including a dry sauna and water spa for $30 a person.\n100 Fountains Spa\n@vintage_hotelsembedded via\nEscape the cold and soak in a hot tub instead. 100 Fountain Spa is a 13,000 square foot located in Niagara-on-the-Lake. Here you can enjoy the hot springs, heated indoor saltwater pool, and fitness center for $35 per person from Monday to Thursday, or for $50 a person from Sunday to Friday.\nThe Spa Ottawa\nVia The Spa Ottawa\nThis winter try salt therapy! At The Spa, they offer salt therapy which is said to help cold, depression, allergies, stress, eczema, psoriasis, asthma, headaches and more. You can enjoy a 60-minute session where you relax in a Himalayan salt filled room for $25 a person.\nREAD MORE: 7 Super Fun Hidden Gems In Ontario You Need To Discover This Winter\nCedar Medows Resort & Spa\nVia Cedar Meadows Resort & Spa\nRelax this winter at northern Ontario's premier Nordic baths. Cedar Meadows offers hot tubs, saunas and polar plunge pools that will help your body relax. A day pass is $40 a person.\nIwa Spa\n@iwabluemtnembedded via\nTry something new this winter, by heading to Iwa Spa's Gan Ban Suites. This spa won top 25 spas in Canada for 2018 and has a rock sauna room where the stone beds help eliminate toxins, soothe muscles and accelerate your metabolism. Visiting the Gan Ban costs $35 a person.\nH20 Float Spa\n@h2ofloatspaembedded via\nH20 Float Spa in Toronto looks straight out of a sci-fi film! Inside one of their pods, you can float in water heated to skin temperature and is filled with Epsom Salt. Regular price for floating in their pods or open tubs is $69 for 1 hour, but if you visit on Tuesday through Thursday, you can pay only $55 an hour.