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8 Luxurious BC Spas You Can Treat Yourself To For $50 And Under

Monday through Friday you put in that work. Whether it be slaving away at your finals, or god forbid, you work in the real world and you have layers upon layers of stress stacked on your shoulders, you need a break.

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You need a little TLC "you" time, and BC has got just the thing for you. Beautiful, luxurious spas you can soak away your 9-5 worries, and the best part, they're all super affordable!

Take a little day trip with bae or even a girl's weekend spa getaway to these luxurious BC spas and relax.

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Grotto Spa at Tigh-Na-Mara // Parksville

Rated the #1 spa in Canada by Spas of America, The Grotto Spa is the relaxation paradise of your dreams. And better yet, entry to their Grotto Mineral Pool is only $40! So you and your BFF or your bae can enjoy a luxurious spa experience AND afford a fancy dinner.

Cost: $40 for Mineral Pool access, or complimentary access with any 60 minute spa treatment

My happiest of places. ❤️

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KurSpa at Sparkling Hill Resort // Vernon

Infinity pools and igloos, I don't know a more luxurious spa than this. Though KurSpa is only accessible to Sparkling Hill Resort guests, the treatments start at only $45. From aromatherapy saunas to rejuvenating beauty treatments, you can get it all.

Cost: Treatments starting at $45

Last night in the caves was 200cc's of alright 💦 #lifemoney

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Ainsworth Hot Springs // Ainsworth

Dark and mysterious hot spring caves that you can soak in for hours to de-stress your soul. The healing waters at Ainsworth will relax your muscles and give you that calm and collected state of mind without having to spend mountains of cash at a boujee spa. The hot springs are open daily to the public.

Cost: $12/person

Cold days spent at the hot springs 👌🏻 #TheRealStoke 📷: @eye_b_long

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Halcyon Hot Springs // Nakusp

Waters so potent that it was once bottled up and shipped all the way to London as a health tonic. The hot spring waters at Halcyon are what they are known for, with high lithium content and antidepressant properties, soak away your worries and your strife.

Cost: $13/person for pool access

Stunning shot of our natural mineral hot springs, courtesy of Destination BC/Kari Medig #fairmonthotsprings #fairmonthotspringsresort #destinationbc #hellobc #explorebc #hotsprings #columbiavalley #mountains #scenery #soak #relax

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Fairmont Hot Springs Resort // Fairmont

Swim, dive or just float in calm relaxation at Fairmont Hot Springs' massive mineral water pool. Take advantage of mother nature's therapeutic gift and Fairmont's inexpsensive rates, and treat yo'self.

Cost: $12/person for pool access

Liard hot springs in the fall.... doesn't get much better 😘 #britishcolumbia #liardhotsprings #roadtripnumberfour

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Liard River Hot Spring Provincial Park // Muncho Lake

Okay, so this one may not be a spa, but I had to include it because it is just too awesome! You can treat yourself with only $5 for all day access to this natural wonder of a hot spring. Previously known as the "tropical valley", it is the perfect place for nature lovers to relax, AND it's open all year round.

Cost: $5/adult

If ur lookin' for us... we will be floating for the next couple of hours 🤔😐✌🏼️💦#purefloat #float #vancouver #sundaze #travel #discovercanada #spa #spaday #peace

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Pure Float // Vancouver

If you haven't tried floatation therapy in a sensory depravation tank (aka a "floating pod"), you definitely have to try it. Float in an Epsom salt bath that helps promote mental clarity and rejuvenate the body. Completely relax all your senses from your mind to your body and float off to another dimension.

Cost: $39/90 minute session with this Groupon

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Radium Hot Springs // Radium

So again, my apoligies that Radium Hot Springs is not a spa, BUT it is one of Canada's largest hot spring pools. And when you're literally bathing in the earth's goodness, from the mineral waters to taking in the amazing sights all around you, you can hardly even bother to think about a spa. You've got all the spa you need right here.

Cost: $5.85/adult

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