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Bota Bota, spa-sur-l'eau

Summer activity, Winter activity

Open year-long

Activity with fee

SPRING BREAK SPECIAL

In the spirit of spring break and on an exceptional basis, Bota Bota will open its doors to teenagers aged between 12 and 17 years old from March 3rd to 7th. Promote a healthy lifestyle within your family and experience the water circuit. For an outing even more memorable, combine it with a duo massage for your child and you.

Specific conditions which will prevail for the duration of this event:
Anyone under the age of 16 shall be acompanied by a parent (ratio of 1 parent for 2 children).
A proof of age will be required at registration.
Access to the restaurant will be forbidden to minors. It is strongly suggested that you plan to eat prior to your arrival or after your departure. No food is allowed on the premises.
The rule requiring complete silence throughout the site will be applied thoroughly.
Massages offered during the “Spring break” event will be of either 45 min or 60 min. If you wish to inquire about the details surrounding the conditions and availabilities, feel free to contact one of our agents by phone or e-mail.

A special place with unique treatments

Bota Bota pulls you into a world of relaxation and infinite wonders, where gentle waves lull your soul. This floating spa combines luminance, tranquility, design and an astonishing 360 degree view.  Enjoy the relaxing and energizing properties of water circuit therapy. 

 

Visit Bota Bota official website for more details.

Schedule

10 a.m. to 10 p.m. all days.

Water circuit : No reservation required

Treatments : Reservation recommended

  • Massage therapy
  • Body treatments
  • Facial treatments
  • Manucure & pedicure
  • Restaurant

 

Rates

Starting from $30

Informations

Parc des Écluses

For information :

info@botabota.ca

www.botabota.ca

Access for individuals of limited : Access to the first deck only, for treatments and the restaurant.
Not recommended for pregnant women or individuals with cardiac problems or high blood pressure. 18 years and older.