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7 Best Soothing Spas in the Laurentians

Nordic spas in the Laurentians are among the best in Quebec. It’s a beautiful region with mountains, lakes, charming towns, ski resorts, and national parks. Whether you’re delving into the region’s tasty food scene or enjoying some outdoor sports making time to enjoy a Nordic spa is highly recommended.

Here are 7 of the best spas in the Laurentians.

A Couple in a Hot Tub - in Summer - Spa Le Finlandais - Tourisme Laurentides
Photo: Tourisme Laurentides

Ofuro Zen Station

My favourite spa in the Laurentians is Ofuro Station Zen in Morin-Heights. It’s a tranquil retreat nestled in the heart of nature, offering a serene escape from the bustle of everyday life. Inspired by Japanese bathing traditions, it provides a unique spa experience centred around relaxation and rejuvenation.

It has a vibe quite different from other spas I’ve tested.

The station features a variety of traditional Japanese baths, including hot springs, saunas, and steam rooms, each meticulously crafted to promote wellness and harmony of mind, body, and spirit. Guests can indulge in therapeutic treatments such as massages and body scrubs, further enhancing their sense of well-being.

777, chemin St-Adolphe, Morin-Heights  • 1 877 884-2442

Ono Spa Tremblant

There is nothing “oh no, no, no” about Ono Spa Tremblant. This spa is one of the best spas in the Laurentians. The massage menu has an impressive number for selections: Thai yoga massage, hot stone, Swedish, and Lymphatic massages topping the list.

Try the seaweed if chocolate body wrap, light therapy or discovery facial doesn’t cut it. The spa also has a sauna, pool, and jacuzzi.

80, rue des Sept Sommets, Mont Tremblant • 819 717-2551

What to Do in Mont Tremblant, Laurentians?

Wondering what to do during the day when you’re in Mont Tremblant? Here are some of the top activities you’ll want to add to your itinerary:

– Head out for an adventurous buggy ride

– See the Laurentians in all their splendour during a breathtaking helicopter ride

– Hit the water for a rafting outing on the Rouge river, or try the kayaking alternative and even SUP

– Set yourself free on Mont Tremblant’s zipline adventure course

– Go for a walk along the Sentier des cimes panoramic tower

– Try your hand at some rock climbing

A Woman Relaxing in the Spa on a Sunny Day - Spa Le Finlandais - Tourisme Laurentides
Photo: Tourisme Laurentides

Scandinave Spa

For a memorable Scandinavian spa experience in Mont-Tremblant, Scandinave Spa is the best place to go for a digital detox (no devices are allowed beyond the locker room). The thermal spa experience includes aromatherapy steam baths, dry saunas, plunge pools and relaxation areas with an outdoor fireplace.

The massage offerings include deep tissue and duo massages. The thermal experience is 125 to 150 CAD but if you go between 6 pm and 9 pm the price is reduced to 70 CAD.

4280, Mont-Ryan, Mont-Tremblant • 1 888 537-2263

Strøm Nordic Spa Saint-Sauveur

This is the OG of Nordic spa experiences in Quebec. Located next to Rivière à Simon, guests can go straight from the heat of the sauna into the icy cold river. It’s an experience that shocks the body, in a good way.

The thermal experience at Strøm Nordic Spa Saint-Sauveur includes Nordic baths, Finnish saunas, and eucalyptus steam baths. All for 64 to 94 CAD.

Treat yourself to a mineral mud and eucalyptus wrap, lomi-lomi massage (I LOVEEEEE this), or boréal facial, too. Whatever you choose, it’s sure to be relaxing.

930, boulevard des Laurentides, Piedmont • 450 227-4616

A Woman in a Swimming Pool Looking at a Small Bridge - Strom Spa Nordique Saint-Sauveur - Bianca Desjardins
Photo: Strom Spa Nordique Saint-Sauveur – Bianca Desjardins

Spa Le Finlandais

Located in Rosemère, just north of Laval, Spa Le Finlandais is known for offering several different spa styles. There are Icelandic baths, a Moroccan lounge, Russian sauna, Scandinavian barrels and more.

The spa has several massage options as well, including hot stones, pregnancy, and deep pressure Swedish. A 4-hour pass for the baths and saunas is 54 to 64 CAD, and a full-day pass is 108 to 128 CAD.

124, boulevard Labelle, Rosemère • 450 971-0005

Auberge et Spa Beaux Rêves

The owner of The Beaux Rêves Auberge et Spa hails from Estonia and offers a Scandinavian spa experience. It’s great for a spa day or for a spa getaway if you have more time.

There are wood dry and old stone dry saunas, cold waterfalls, riverside hammocks, Siberian sauna, and eucalyptus steam room. Massage options include foot massage, lymphatic drainage, hot stone, and reflexology. The thermal experience is 50 to 99 CAD.

2310, boulevard de Sainte-Adèle, Sainte-Adèle • 450 229-9226

People in a Spa with Blue Water - Auberge and Nordic Spa Beaux Reves
Photo: Auberge and Nordic Spa Beaux Rêves

Amerispa Morin-Heights

This Amerispa Morin-Heights location is known for its thermal spa and massage therapy. Like the other spas in the Laurentians on this list, they have a Finnish sauna, eucalyptus-scented steam bath, Nordic waterfall, and temperate pool.

Day access to the spa is 70 CAD, however, if you go after 5:30 pm it’s only 53 CAD. Pair your thermal experience with warm pebble massage, foot massage or warm and cold basalt stone massage. It’s a beautiful property in the Laurentians.

160, rue Watchorn, Morin-Heights • 450 226-7722

A Couple Relaxing in a Sauna - in Laurentians - Amerispa
Photo: Amerispa

Quebec’s climate is perfect for thermal spa experiences, which is why there are so many to choose from!

Booking in advance is generally a good idea – some places have a cheaper price if you make a reservation. Robes and slippers are usually offered at an additional cost. For the best Laurentian Nordic Spa experience (for you and others), leave your devices in your locker and indulge!

For more great tips about planning a trip to the Laurentians around your spa visits, check this out:

What to Do in the Laurentians and How to Organize Your Trip

Looking for things to do in the Laurentians during your visit? Here are some must-try activities:

Preparing For Your Trip

When I look for things to do in my destination, I always have a look at Viator, GetYourGuide, Manawa, Civitatis and sometimes even Expedia.

It’s first off a great way to find out what there is to do, but always a quick and easy method to book cheaply and efficiently with these renowned platforms.

Need a place to sleep? I find most of my accommodations on Booking.com but I also use Hotels.com for their rewards program (11th free night) as well as Expedia. When booking smaller places in Quebec, you might not find them here and need to contact them directly.

Looking for a cheap flight to the Laurentians through Montreal? Have a look on Cheapoair or Skyscanner I use regularly.

Once you’re there, rent a car to roam free with AutoEurope or RentalCars or hop on a bus around Montreal, Quebec and surrounding cities with Busbud.

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