- Spa Facilities
- Monday – Thursday 10:00 am – 8:00 pm Friday – Sunday 9:00 am – 9:00 pm
- 6:30 am – 9:00 pm Note: The Pool is only available to Hotel guests
- Rose Gold Hydrating Facial
To honour our location in the Golden Square Mile, this hydrating treatment features a rose-scented gold mask, then deploys hyaluronic acid in three forms to plump and nourish the skin. Bioavailable 24-carat gold helps to strengthen the skin and repair micro-damage.
- Golden Glow Body Treatment
Showcasing the anti-inflammatory properties of gold, this signature treatment involves an exfoliation with a golden sugar scrub and a soothing mineral hot-stone massage using a fragrant oil enriched with gold particles.
Our intuitive, heart-driven massage therapists guide you into a state of greater well-being.
Leading-edge ingredients and advanced technologies combine to give your skin a healthy radiance.
- Body Treatments
Cleanse and smooth your skin, leaving your body feeling velvety soft and rejuvenated.
- The Golden Square VIP Suite
A unique experience to share in a romantic ambiance.
Join us for our exclusive promotions throughout the year.
- Spa Specials
Join us during specials hours for our exclusive promotions.
- Girls' Day Out
Enjoy a day or afternoon out with the girls. Arrive early to use the facilities, such as our Kneipp water therapies and relaxation lounges at the pool, before enjoying a relaxing massage or facial. Round out your time together with a glass of Champagne while you enjoy the pool and leave the Spa looking and feeling relaxed, refreshed and renewed.
- NEXT-GENERATION HEALTH AND WELLNESS
Clear away digital distractions and calm your mind in our peaceful spa sanctuary – home to eight treatment rooms, including a couples’ suite. All therapies use result-driven, advanced-performance products.
- KNEIPP WATER THERAPY
Discover Montreal’s only urban spa that offers a Kneipp hydrotherapy experience, focusing on the health-promoting power of water. Take a walk on the reflexology footpath to massage and stimulate acupressure points on the soles of the feet. The approach was developed in the 19th century by Sebastian Kneipp, one of the Bavarian forefathers of naturopathic medicine.