Forget about the beach, you'll want to spend all day basking in these dreamy baths. After months of closure, one of the province's most picturesque spas is about to reopen. You can float in turquoise pools and take in the views at this serene spot. Ontario's Scandinave Spa is officially reopening this week, and it's the perfect way to rejuvenate.
We could all use a bit of pampering, and this magical spa is the ultimate place to treat yourself.
Located in the Blue Mountains, the Scandinave Spa features a forest oasis of turquoise Baths.
The venue has been closed since March 16 due to COVID-19, and now it's preparing to reopen its doors.
The spa announced in an Instagram post that it will officially reopen on July 22.
Like many places, the spa has made changes to its services in order to ensure guest safety.
The saunas and steam rooms will not be available for use at this time, but you can still access the baths and massages.
There is a maximum of two people per group due to reduced capacity.
Visitors are encouraged to make a reservation ahead of time. You can book a spot at the baths online or by phone up to two weeks in advance.
The Scandinavian Baths and hydrotherapy are known for cleansing the body and stimulating blood circulation.
You can take in peaceful forest views as you relax in the hot and cold baths, or stand beneath the Nordic waterfall.
Afterwards, you can explore the Forest Bathing Trail, which takes you on a self-guided tour through a serene woods.
The baths cost $65 for a regular rate and $80 for reserved. The experience usually lasts 3 to 4 hours. Massages start at $165.
If you're looking for other places to take a dip, these swimming pools around Toronto are worth checking out.
Treat yourself to a Scandinavian getaway this summer!
Price: $65 +
When: Opening July 22, 2020
Address: 152 Grey Rd. 21, Blue Mountains, ON
Why You Need To Go: Bask in the baths of this woodland oasis for the perfect summer getaway.