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Niagara’s best spas


Niagara’s best spas

Just outside of Toronto, the farm-dotted greenbelt of Lake Ontario's south shore is a prime place for relaxing in the countryside. Not only is it a top Canadian wine producing region, but it's also home to some of Ontario's top spa and wellness sanctuaries -- from stylish palaces of pampering, to rustic outdoor havens of bliss devoted to the art of unwinding.


You've seen the falls and toured the wineriesExternal Link Title. Now it's time to relax and rejuvenate at Niagara's best spas.

100 Fountain Spa, Niagara-On-The-Lake

Sprawling and tranquil 100 Fountain SpaExternal Link Title at the Pillar and Post Inn Spa and Conference Centre, includes a fireplace-lit lounge, sauna, 12 treatment rooms, a saltwater pool inside, a freshwater pool outside, and the region's only indoor/outdoor hot springs -- beautifully landscaped in stacked stone and greenery. The menuExternal Link Title is just as large, with just about every kind of mani, pedi, massage, and body care treatment you can think of. Some unique options include vinotherapy, mineral makeup, and men's treatments. Bonus: There's organic snacksExternal Link Title. Lots of elbow room, enforced quiet, and the soothing sounds of trickling water make it easy to see why this spot is a past Spas of America No. 1 in CanadaExternal Link Title. Check out seasonal packagesExternal Link Title and bring a group of friends for a getaway.

Christienne Fallsview Spa, Niagara

Take in the natural beauty of Niagara Falls while you soak in the infinity hydrotherapy tub at Christienne Fallsview SpaExternal Link Title. As the name suggests, this glassed in, white-on-white, stone-and-wood oasis is perched above the fabled Canadian Horseshoe Falls. Since it's in the Sheraton on the Falls HExternal Link TitleotelExternal Link Title, you can stay and spa, too. Detox in the dry sauna, steam in the eucalyptus-infused steam room, try a cucumber-avocado facial, or savour the view in your plush robe over a Watermelon Cucumber Cooler PedicureExternal Link Title.

The Spa at White Oaks, Niagara-On-The-Lake

Modern and sophisticated with shimmering candles and a zen vibe, The Spa at White OaksExternal Link Title is one of Ontario's largest. There are 19 treatment rooms and  even more signature offeringsExternal Link Title -- massages, facials, body wraps and glows, skin fitness, aromatherapy -- at this five-star, 13-acre, 220-room resort and conference centerExternal Link Title. Another Spas of America winnerExternal Link Title, White Oaks also offers a 27-hole golf course and fine dining restaurant serving outstanding regional cuisine.

Spa on the Twenty, Jordan Village

Combine wine with R&R at Spa on the TwentyExternal Link Title. In a 100-year-old Colonial-style brick house surrounded by a flower-filled garden with gazebo, the spa is next to Inn on the TwentyExternal Link Title, a floral-and-antiques-style boutique B&B on quaint Jordan VillageExternal Link Title's main street. Just down the road is Cave Springs CellarsExternal Link Title. Fittingly, the full-service spa's focus is vinotherapy (that's wine therapy!), as well as the classics like massages, facials, manis, and pedis. Because it's a destination in itself, the inn makes a perfect couple's getaway or girlfriends' weekend away. If you don't stay over, be sure to dineExternal Link Title before you leave if you're into delectable, nutritious, farm-to-table fare.

Prince of Wales, Niagara-On-The-Lake

Get treated like royalty at the plush Secret Garden SpaExternal Link Title, where the vibe is luxe opulence. A Spas of America top 20 in CanadaExternal Link Title, this place has a classy, cushy earth-tone lounge, elegant, antique- and sun-filled atrium pool area, and natural-product treatments. The spa is in the Victorian Prince of Wales HotelExternal Link Title in romantic, charming Niagara-On-The-Lake, a historical 19thExternal Link Title century villageExternal Link Title with a handsome downtown and sophisticated dining sceneExternal Link Title to match.