You can book this entire spa in Kananaskis for your household right now

Apr 14 2021, 11:15 am

As recommended by health officials, if you choose to participate in events outside of your home, please adhere to COVID-19 health and safety measures, including proper physical distancing, mask-wearing, and frequent handwashing. If you are sick, please stay home.

The luxurious Kananaskis Nordic Spa has announced that they’re now taking bookings for private access to their hydrotherapy facility.

Hydrotherapy is the Nordic-inspired cycle of alternating between hot, warm, and cold baths, followed by periods of rest. According to the Kananaskis Nordic Spa website, this sequence stimulates blood flow, eliminates toxins, reduces stress, allows the mind to unwind, and gently increases the heart rate for an instant feeling of head-to-toe wellbeing.

The spa is known for its phrase “Hot. Warm. Cold. Rest. Repeat,” and, after being closed since December 13, guests can now begin taking part in this relaxing cycle again.

 

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Anyone can book the spa from Monday to Thursday, with access limited to hotel guests with reservation at Pomeroy Kananaskis Mountain Lodge and Crosswaters Resort from Friday to Sunday.

Two-hour time slots are granted to a maximum of 10 guests from the same household.

With your safety top of mind, the spa schedules 15 minutes between each group’s session throughout the day to allow their staff to clean and sanitize the facilities.

Bookings include access to the hydrotherapy pools, steam room, and sauna, plus the spa’s locker rooms and showers. Robes, towels, and slippers will be provided to guests upon arrival, to ensure you feel as cozy as possible during your visit.

If you’re looking to add a little something extra onto your spa day, Kananaskis Nordic Spa has now resumed massage appointments as well – book yours now.

 

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These exclusive hydrotherapy bookings run at $499 total for up to 4 guests, which seems pretty reasonable for private access. Additional household members can join in on your booking for $119 per person, up to 10 people.

Kananaskis Nordic Spa notes that the exfoliation cabin, Two Trees Bistro, and the fire cauldrons will remain closed until further notice.

We don’t know about you, but this sounds like a perfect way to get out of the city and relax in the mountains.

Elle McLeanElle McLean

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