One of the most picturesque outdoor spas in the province will be opening on March 2.
The Kananaskis Nordic Spa is an interesting mix between Canadian and Nordic influences, offering would-be relaxers a multitude of options for soaking, swimming, and meditating.
Attendees will be able to access outdoor pools, sauna cabins, a salt water float pool, fire-side lounges, and more starting this Friday.
“Kananaskis Nordic Spa is a four-season, alpine sanctuary of invigoration, created for the pioneers of today; those who aren’t afraid to face the elements head-on,” states the spa’s website.
The spa is located at Delta Hotels by Marriott Kananaskis Lodge just south of Nakiska Ski Resort, and spans an outstanding 50,000 total square feet.
Once open, the spa will be operating on reduced hours, though Friday, Saturday, and Sundays, it will take customers from 9 am to 9 pm. When construction is fully complete, the spa will operate 365 days a year.
Day passes will cost $70 for full access to Phase One amenities, which include four outdoor pools, five steam and sauna cabins, the exfoliation room, a salt water float pool, heated hammocks, fireside lounges, heated lounge chairs, and the Two Trees Bistro – and yes, they do sell alcoholic beverages.
Day rate operates on a first come, first served basis, so be sure to get there early to enjoy a full day of relaxation.