Le spa-sur-l’eau Bota Bota is a unique, quiet spot like no other place in the world

Located on a ship anchored in the Old Port of Montreal, Bota Bota, spa-sur-l’eau offers its passengers the healing benefits of a spa while being lulled by the natural movements of the St Lawrence River. With its enchanting ambiance, and Old Montreal as a magical backdrop, this mysterious and innovative floating spa offers all who come aboard privileged access to the river while enjoying the relaxing and energizing properties of the water circuit.

Bota Bota consists of five decks, a floating terrasse and restaurant, and a modern garden area, which house the various spa installations. For saunas with incredible views onto the river and the Old Port, two eucalyptus steam bath, three outdoor whirlpool baths, one pool, numerous cold showers and baths, relaxation areas, and terraces. Over and above its breathtaking Montreal location, this unique spa offers prolonged well-being through massage therapy, body treatments, facial treatments, manicures and pedicures.

Schedule

Bota Bota

July 4th : 10 am to 9 pm

As of July 5th : Every day, from 9am to 11pm

Reservations will be possible on our website www.botabota.ca or by phone at 514-284-0333

Restaurant La Traversée

Every day, from 11am to 8pm

Events
Services

All our services are available except our body and facial treatments

-Massage therapy

-Body treatments

-Facial treatments

-Manucure & pedicure

-Yoga

-Restaurant

Rates
  • Water circuit from 50$
  • Massage from 110$
  • Soin visage from 95$
  • Soin corps from 55$
  • Nail treatment from 35$


Price scan change without prior notice. Taxes not included.

Methods of payment : Visa, Mastercard, American Express, Cash, Interac

Information/Reservations

514.284.0333

info@botabota.ca

Location

Commune West and McGill corner (Parc des Écluses)

Accessibility

Partial wheelchair access

(Access to treatment rooms. No access to the water circuit.)

18 years old and over

Not recommended for individuals with cardiac problems or high blood pressure