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The spa at the plush Four Seasons Hotel Toronto is the the ultimate relaxation zone to head to. Located on the ninth level, the sprawling space bathed in natural light, gives off a cheery vibe. The inviting pool in the adjoining space will almost make you want to skip the spa and dive right in. There's an array of massages, beauty treatments and luxurious rituals to de-stress and uplift. Apart from this, the facility has a beauty salon offering hair and nail services.
A downtown haven, located on Elm Street, awaits inside a set of solid oak doors. At Elmwood Spa, you can go up the intriguing spiral staircase or you can take the elevator. What you can expect is the Elmwood special: a retreat Spa promising total relaxation and stress relief, under the care of expert masseurs. You can get a massage, facial, manicure, pedicure, Thai lunch by the pool, and use of the sauna, steam room and Jacuzzi for about six-and-a-half hours.
Located on the city landmark of Nathan Phillips Square, the Nathan Phillips Square Ice Skating rink makes for an excellent winter recreation activity for people of all ages. This rink is located outside the Sheraton Hotel, and is partly covered by a glass arch. Scores of people can be seen gliding along the ice at any given time of the day, with the rink being well maintained and cleaned from time to time. The on-site snack bar is a popular spot to grab a hot dog after a fun skating session. Please note the rink is only open in winter.
Escape to a world of indulgence at the MIraj Hammam Spa By CaudalIe ParIs, located within the plush confines of the Shangri-La Hotel Toronto. The spa's opulent interiors, taking design inspiration from Paris, Morocco and Istanbul, are a sight to behold. Therapies centered around wine are a specialty here and include treatments like Crushed Cabernet Scrub and Vinoperfect Facial Treatment among others. The treatments on offer are a good mix of time-tested traditional therapies as well as modern ones. From hammam treatments and massages to facials and skin rituals, the spa menu has something for everyone. There's also an array of grooming services on offer. Enhance the experience with one of their signature packages.
Take a trip back in time to Hammam Spa. Here you will experience the traditions of old world springs from Europe combined with the luxuries of today's spa services. Located in a trendy downtown area, Hammam is a co-ed full service spa. Their Hammam Signature Body Treatment involves relaxing in the oil infused steam room, enjoying a body scrub, and finishing off with a signature massage treatment. Manicures, pedicures, and standard spa treatments also available. Treat your mind, body, and soul to a replenishing experience.
The Mod Club Theatre is an intimate performing arts venue and a hip nightclub in the heart of Little Italy. Known to host some well-curated concerts by noted musicians, it also boasts of an eclectic program of top city DJs who spin peppy tracks across hip hop, electronic music, pop and rock genres. Local and international bands perform at the Mod Club and as the night progresses, the town's night owls start ushering in and groove to the foot-tapping retro, Brit-rock and electronic beats.
Toronto Heli Tours are helicopter services that provide one with stunning aerial tours of various landmarks and areas in and around Toronto. Their copters can seat three visitors at a time, and one can go for their general admission tours alone, in pairs or in threes. They also have bookings, where one can book a copter exclusively; ideal for a romantic date or special occasion. On the tour, one can see fly close to iconic Toronto skyscrapers, Lake Ontario, Humber Bay, as well as the parks nearby.
A recreational wonderland that sits a mere 10-minute ferry ride away from Toronto Harbor, the Toronto Islands constitute a set of 15 small isles in the midst of Lake Ontario. The islands are connected to one another by pathways and bridges that can be traversed on foot. Sprawled across 820 acres (330 hectares) of the lake's expanse, the Toronto Islands are home to the Snake Island, the South Chippewa Island, Mugg's Island, and Forestry Island, with the Centre Island emerging as the biggest of the group. Away from the city's furious bustle, the islands offer a serene retreat with their car-free stretches, and are home to a plethora of landmarks including the Centreville Amusement Park, the clothing-optional Hanlan's Beach, a Frisbee golf course, and the Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport.
An ideal place to unwind, Spa at the Old Mill is a small tranquil world in itself. Located at Old Mill Road, it lies in close proximity to Etobicoke. Offering a range of services to nurture the mind, body and soul, it also makes sure to indulge you in an unforgettable spa experience. All types of beauty treatments, body massages and spa packages are available here, for you to choose from. To book an appointment, please call ahead, or visit their website.
Shaped by the elements over the course of millenia, the Scarborough Bluffs rise from the shores of Lake Ontario in East Toronto. The sheer face of the escarpment is a defining feature of the waterfront, rising to a height of 90 meters (300 feet) above the shore. Several parks span the 15-kilometer (9.3-mile) stretch of the Scarborough Bluffs as it traces the edge of the lake. While most of these are found perched atop its peaks, a few grant access to the narrow beach that lies at its base. The view from the top is notoriously astounding in beauty, although few can deny the striking quality of a more low-lying perspective with the barren rock face rising high above the tranquil water.