Choose from Four Options
- C$29 for a 45-minute salt-cave session and a 45-minute salt-block foot detox treatment (C$70 value)
- C$49 for a choice of soak and a 45-minute salt-cave session (C$100 value)
- C$55 for a 45-minute salt-cave session and a 45-minute salt-block foot detox treatment for two people (C$140 value)
- C$89 for a choice of soak and a 45-minute salt-cave session for two people (C$200 value)
For the soak, customers recline in a rustic knotted-wood tub, and choose from the following options: therapeutic eucalyptus soak, Heubleman wildflower soak, mineral wellness soak, or Ramblin’ Road beer soak.
Grand Wellness Centre
Grand Wellness Centre at GWC Body invites guests to relax with a beer—several gallons of it, to be exact. If that sounds excessive, note that you're not actually drinking it. You're soaking in it—watching the hops float lazily on the surface as the yeast, barley, and bubbles help soothe and detoxify your skin. As you unwind in the knotted-wood bathtub, spa staffers will hand you a complimentary pint for actual drinking (or a glass of wine, if you'd prefer). You may not have realized how many healing properties beer has, but it also plays a major part in the wellness centre's hydrating Body Brew wrap and the Healing "Ale"ments salt scrub that nourishes skin.
Just as beer pairs well with salty pretzels, so too do beer-y spa services pair well with a trip to the centre's salt cave. Here, low light and craggy walls built from salt chunks make guests feel like glamorous spelunkers. Salt crystals crunch underfoot and dissolve in the air, where they're inhaled with the goal of soothing and refreshing the respiratory system. Along with the beer spa and salt cave, Grand Wellness boasts an infrared sauna and a series of treatment rooms for massage therapy.