- Spa Facilities
- Monday – Thursday, 11:00 am to 7:00 pm (First treatment at 11:15 am) Friday – Sunday, 9:00 am – 7:00 pm (First treatment at 9:15 am)
- Fitness Centre
- Open 24 Hours (Reserved exclusively for Hotel guests and residents)
- Daily, 7:00 am – 8:30 pm (For Hotel Guests and Residents)
Note: Monday through Thursday, local Spa guests booking a minimum of a 60-minute treatment will be invited to use the pool for a 2-hour time period before or after their scheduled treatment.
- Stylish Celebration
Enjoy a 90-minute massage or facial for the price of a 60-minute treatment, then continue with a glass of prosecco in the Kneipp Hydrotherapy Relaxation Room and an afternoon at Holt Renfrew Ogilvy. Available for a group of 3 persons minimum.
- Back to School
Get ready to pamper yourself this back-to-school season at our luxurious Guerlain Spa. Treat yourself to a day of relaxation and indulge in our exclusive offer – upgrade from a 60-minute treatment to a fabulous 90-minute spa session. Don't miss out on this special opportunity to unwind and rejuvenate, available Monday through Thursday from 12:00 noon to 4:00 pm.
Discover our array of advanced treatments that will give your skin a new glow.
Relax and recover with our wide range of massages.
- Body Treatments
Give your skin a natural glow with our body scrubs and signature masks.
- Signature Experiences
Tempt yourself with one of our signature spa experiences.
- Gentlemen's Treatments
We offer a selection of specially designed treatments for men.
- Hair Rituals
Look your best from head to toe.
- Spa Suggestions
Helpful information to enhance your visit to Guerlain Spa.
- Next Generation Health and Wellness
Calm your mind in our peaceful Spa sanctuary, home to eight treatment rooms, including a couple's suite. All therapies use result-drive, advanced-performance products.
- Kneipp Water Therapy
Discover the only urban spa in Montreal that offers a Kneipp Hydrotherapy Experience, focusing on the healing power of water. Take a walk on the reflexology trail to massage and stimulate the acupressure points on the soles of your feet. This approach was developed by in the 19th century by Sebastian Kneipp, one of the Bavarian ancestors of naturopathic medicine.