- Spa Facilities
- Daily, 11:00 am – 7:00 pm
- Temporarily Unavailable
- Celestial Black Diamond Non-Surgical Lift Facial
This treatment uses the most potent 111SKIN products that work deep within the skin’s dermal layers to target stubborn signs of ageing. Enjoy the ultimate antioxidant treatment to stimulate collagen production and minimize fine lines, wrinkles and pigmentation whilst nourishing and calming the skin. Ideal for dehydrated and sun damaged skin.Learn More
- Montreal Four Seasons Signature Body Treatment
This hair and body experience includes a vigorous yet gentle body detoxifying exfoliation using sea salt, Hungarian Moor mud and capsicum peptide. A deep cleansing mud mask is then lathered onto the body. While the mud cleanses and the body is wrapped, the therapist applies a scalp mask, to exfoliate the scalp, detoxify and strengthen hair. A back massage using a rich blend of essential oils adds a soothing finishing touch. A moor mud treatment helps to detoxify, invigorate and relieve muscular tension.
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.
Designed to help future mothers to relax and to create harmony with their baby.
- The Golden Square VIP Suite
A unique experience to share in a romantic ambiance.
- Heat Experience and Pool
From Monday through Thursday, book a minimum 60-minute treatment and use our Heat Experience & Pool for up to 2 hours. Treat yourself, or bond with your friends and family.
- 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.