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The Spa at Four Seasons Hotel Toronto Reopens After Revitalisation

June 25, 2018 Health and Wellness No Comments Email Email

The Spa at Four Seasons Hotel Toronto is now open after the completion of phase one of its renovation. Debuting a jewel-tone oasis featuring gold and stone accents, the all-new Spa reception is home to a beauty boutique showcasing the very best in international products, only available at this location in Canada.

“There has never been more of a focus on our guests’ wellness than there is now,” says Victoria Nickle, Senior Director of the Spa at Four Seasons Hotel Toronto. “We consider so much more than the product or treatment; it is about the experience throughout your entire visit, from the functionality of our areas right through to the wellness programming we offer.”

Upon arrival at the Spa at Four Seasons Hotel Toronto, the guests begin a journey through an environment that has a unique, handmade quality, which is reflective of the character of Four Seasons Hotel Toronto. This uniqueness is visible in the attention to detail showcased in the displays, carpets, lighting and art.

Entering the Spa, the guest is welcomed by original artwork created by Montreal ceramic artist Pascale Girardin, who is featured throughout the Hotel. Each design element has been carefully curated to be a part of the guest experience.

The undulating brass reception desk, complimented by an ethereal chandelier by Toronto artist Alissa Coe and her team, grounds the space. The form for the reception desk was inspired by owner Shahid Khan’s early career in which he developed automotive bumpers. Custom designed rugs made by Creative Matters beckon back to the healing properties of stone that are the overarching motifs to the new Spa treatments and the uniquely designed display cases become the backdrop for the tailored line of products. These carefully selected elements come together to create a luxurious, rejuvenating space that is distinctive of the Hotel’s reputation.

Members of the original design, architecture, engineering and construction team of Four Seasons Hotel Toronto once again creatively reunited for the revisioning of the new Spa; a testament to the respect and trust in the original team. “I was honoured that we were invited back to build on the design narrative of the space and welcomed the creative challenges that were presented,” says Alison McNeil, Principal of Design at DIALOG.

The Spa is also debuting new signature treatments that highlight the latest trends, while fulfilling the demand for what Spa guests desire: wellness from the inside out. The new Rose Gold Facial (75 minutes) is an oxygen-boosting treatment that uses rose quartz crystals to tone and tighten skin. The entire experience leaves the skin refreshed and hydrated, reducing the appearance of wrinkles and renewing youthful elasticity. The Lime & Macadamia Scrub (60 minutes) uses sustainably harvested cane sugar in a macadamia crème lime-blossom base. The scrub not only cleanses and softens, but also stimulates blood flow to the surface of the skin.

Using an organic whipped shea butter, the Himalayan Salt Stone Massage (60 minutes) has wonderfully relaxing properties that nourish, rejuvenate and detox the body. Specifically designed for men, the 6ix Facial (60 minutes) is a six-step treatment to reinforce the skin’s natural defense system.

Indulge in treatments at the largest urban spa in the Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts portfolio. To book a treatment, reserve online, call 1 416 963 6006 or email core.toronto@fourseasons.com.

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