Nordik Spa-Nature – Ottawa, Ontario

Badge of Awesome Communities invites you to share your favourite things to see and do in cool destinations around the world. We caught up with the folks from Nordik Spa-Nature — one of our featured attractions from the Ottawa, Ontario area — to learn about what they have to offer and what they think makes their community so awesome.

What makes Nordik Spa-Nature awesome?

Nordik Spa-Nature: Erected in the picturesque village of Old Chelsea in the Outaouais on the outskirts of Gatineau Park, Nordik Spa-Nature positions itself as the largest thermal spa in North America.

This relaxation and healing centre is mainly focused on heat therapy and relaxation techniques from Scandinavian countries. It offers a multisensory experience in a surrounding natural setting and is aimed at contributing to the health and well-being of its guests.

The thermal experience allows you to use our facilities for a full day. You can enjoy our 9 baths (hot, cold and temperate), 9 unique saunas, infinity pool, outdoor and indoor relaxation areas as well as a restaurant, café, lounge and terraces.

You can also add a massage or body treatment to your day. You want an uncomparable relaxation experience? At Nordik Spa-Nature we have the only salt water floating pool in America! This treatment can be added to your package for only $40.

What makes the Ottawa area awesome?

Nordik Spa-Nature: The City of Ottawa is a dynamic and vibrant city. It offers its inhabitants original activities and to its tourists, memorable experiences. Ottawa is full of hidden treasures that delight athletes, intellectuals and epicureans. We are very proud to be neighbors of this city which works hard and which deserves to relax. Why not do in the largest spa in North America?

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Josh Martin

Josh Martin is the founder and chief blogger at Badge of Awesome. He lives in southwestern Ontario, Canada and is the author of “Misadventure Musings: Lessons learned from life’s awesome and absurd moments” and “Going on a Bear Hunt: Five things cancer taught me about overcoming obstacles.”


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