Explore the original sensations. Discover here the traditions that originated in Northern Europe, where the first saunas came to life as a way to escape the long winter months. Experience this ancient culture and brave the icy waters of the Norwegian fjords, before basking in the hot springs of Iceland’s volcanic lands.
Classic! Before being adopted by the other Nordic countries, the sauna did indeed originate in Finland. Its current form is the result of an ancestral practice, which has endured thanks to the feeling of well-being that its dry and intense heat provides.
While the traditional sauna is a fully enclosed room, our Finnish sauna is distinctive thanks to its large bay windows. Enjoy its many benefits in the greatest comfort: eyes up to the sky.
Inspired by the Vikings, this sauna, unique in the world and featuring glass throughout, offers an exceptional view of the Rivière des Mille Îles and invites you to be fully immersed in the woods. Enjoy its restful warmth and then, wake up the warrior in you to take a plunge into the icy water!
Sit in one of our hanging bubbles, halfway up in a hot water basin, for a moment of total relaxation. As you curl up in this comforting refuge, you only have one thing to do: let yourself be gently lulled. Without cutting you off from the world, the large transparent walls of the Helsinki bubbles form a protective fortress. This unique installation offers a privileged moment to reconnect with yourself
Similar to the Finnish sauna, the Swedish sauna is a dry sauna, equipped with large wooden platforms. The practice of sauna is also an ancient tradition in Sweden, where this place is called bastu.
Choose your bench and the location that best suits you to savour a moment of relaxation and silence in our light-filled Swedish sauna, before heading to the cold pool outside and then to one of the lounging areas waiting for you nearby.
With its entirely wooded decor reminiscent of a Nordic chalet, this large, warm and bright lounge is the ideal place to relax after a round of thermotherapy.
During the cold season, relax in a deck chair while enjoying the soft light and warmth of the large central fireplace; during the warm season, take a breath of fresh air while contemplating nature from the panoramic bay window.
After enjoying the benefits of heat from baths, steam or dry air, enjoy our Norwegian Falls to refresh yourself in an invigorating and instant way.
The contact with cold water will perfectly complete your thermotherapy cycle and promote your blood circulation. Leaping under the falls is the perfect option if you are one of those who hesitate to go into a cold water pool!
Icelandic Thermal Baths
Iceland is famous for its hot springs, originating from its volcanic lands. This is where we found our inspiration for the two thermal baths that reign supreme in the outdoor part of our spa.
Both featuring a rocky decor to gently lean against, they are the ideal place to relax. The delightful contrast between the hot waterfalls and the freshness of the ambient air will make you forget the passing time.