Bota Bota Floating Spa in Montreal

Dec 16, 2013

Category: Living

Has your girlfriend or wife ever asked you to go with her to a spa? Perhaps you said no, concerned about an appearance of diminished masculinity? Well put all that aside if she tells you you’re going to Bota Bota in the Old Port of Montreal, Yes, we did say ‘port’ because this is a floating spa.

Resting on the St. Lawrence River, this 25,000 square foot former ferryboat features five decks of pampering perfection. Relax in the two saunas with views of the river; detox in the eucalyptus steam bath; or enjoy a freshly made meal inside Bota Bota’s top-notch restaurant. Whether it’s massage therapy, facial treatments, manicures and pedicures, or a yoga class, there are way too many cool things to do here than worry about a machismo quota.

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