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5 Luxurious Ontario Spas You Can Treat Yourself To For $50 And Under

Relaxation has never been more affordable! In Ontario, there are several top-rated spas and baths you can treat yourself to for just $50 or less.

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If you crave a day of complete tranquility and bliss, consider these 5 affordable spas in Ontario:

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Scandinave Spa

Blue Mountain

The Scandinave Spa is an award-winning facility nestled within 25 acres of lush forest in the Blue Mountains. Visitors can get access to a variety of hot baths, thermal waterfalls and steam rooms for just $45 on Wednesdays (throughout the week, bath access is $55).

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Body Blitz Spa

Toronto

Body Blitz Spa is women-only facility known for its modern approaches to ancient restorative water practices and hydrotherapy. Admission is $50 on Tuesdays for a single visit, and includes access to a warm Dead Sea salt pool, a hot Epsom salt pool, a cold plunge pool, a Eucalyptus steam room, and an infrared sauna (throughout the week, bath access is $60).

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Elmwood Spa

Toronto

The Elmwood Spa offers a wide range of spa services that will definitely get you relaxed. Their water therapy facilities are extensive, from whirlpools, hot baths and steam rooms. From Mondays through Thursdays, you can purchase a day pass to the spa for $30.

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Sweetgrass Spa

Toronto

Sweetgrass Spa is equipped with an ozonated, chlorine-free swimming pool as well as jacuzzis and an infrared sauna to help eliminate toxins from your body in a natural way. A single hydrotherapy visit is only $50 and includes locker service, spa lounge access, and refreshment bar services.

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Ancaster Spa

Hamilton

The Ancaster Spa in Hamilton uses a combination of air jets, sea algae and aromatherapy oils in their special hydrotherapy baths to relieve stress and remineralize the body. The best part about their treatment is that a 40-minute session only costs $40!

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BONUS: Millcroft Inn & Spa

Caledon

The Millcroft Inn & Spa is a bonus on this list because although it costs more than $50 to gain access to its facilities, it is still a beautiful spa that's worth visiting. A new update to their facility includes an outdoor hot spring similar to those found at the Scandinave Spa! Day passes to the hot springs cost $35 with the purchase of any spa treatment under $100.

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BONUS: The Briars

Jackson's Point

The Briars is also a bonus on this list because it costs more than $50 to gain access to its facilities. However, their treatments are topnotch, including everything from body-cleansing dry saunas and to muscle-relaxing heated whirlpools. A standard hydrotherapy session costs around $83.

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