It won’t be much longer until the highly-anticipated Thermëa spa village in Whitby opens to the public. With its completion on the horizon this spring, Thermëa has shared an image of its scenic Biërgarden, one of several dining destinations set to open at the village.
Located alongside the spa’s emblematic water tower, the Biërgarden will serve as a destination to “gather with friends and share delicious bites along with a perfectly paired local beer,” according to the spa.
“Sit back and enjoy a sweeping view of the spa below, all year round.”
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Back in November, the spa announced that its opening date, originally set for last fall, has now been pushed to this spring. At the time, the CEO and founder, Martin Paquette, wrote that the Whitby location has “entered the last mile of construction,” and is “coming soon.”
One thing’s for sure — all the waiting will definitely be worth it. Despite being just 45 minutes east of Toronto and just 10 minutes from the Whitby GO station, you’ll feel as if you’ve been whisked across the world when you’re floating on the Dead Sea-inspired waters.
The relaxation rituals you’ll experience include 6 dry saunas and 2 vapour baths, 5 warm pools, glacial plunge pools, a German-inspired Aufguss ritual in an authentic log sauna, the Middle Eastern tradition of Rhasul in a steam bath, Epsom salt flotation pools, as well as massages and various treatments.
When you’re ready to rejuvenate your appetite, there are also 3 restaurant areas to choose from, which according to Paquette, are just about ready to open up.
While an exact opening date hasn’t been confirmed, the booking platform will be live at least five weeks before the grand opening. Fingers crossed that it’s coming any day now!
Where: 4015 Cochrane St