Le Nordik is a great place to unwind and take life slowly. The natural beauty of the Gatineau Hills serves as a perfect backdrop for a variety of saunas, pools, and seating areas, each one with its own individual attributes. Where else (other than an all-inclusive resort) can you pad around all day in a swimsuit and bathrobe, including in the restaurant?
This was our second visit to the spa, and it did not disappoint, although we were not terribly inspired by the the Kalla (salt water) treatment. The entrance is attractive, but the grotto itself, as seen from the "floater's" vantage point, is nothing more than a series of heavy concrete blocks (not a problem if one follows instructions to keep one's eyes closed); the piped-in music, while intended to relax, was distorted from time to time by the sounds of hammering being amplified by the water (probably due to construction work nearby).
That said, the new Panorama section is stunning, particularly the view from the eternity pool; we didn't stay long enough to see the sun go down, but I can imagine how lovely it would be to cap off a perfect afternoon from that location.
A day at le Nordik, with lunch and maybe a massage, is the perfect antidote to a hurried
lifestyle; everyone should try it at least once!
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