The Art of Wellness

Escape the surge of city energy and retreat to Stillwater Spa. Reached via the guest elevators or through the hotel’s majestic staircase, the revered Stillwater Spa is a reimagined exclusive retreat with an artful ceramic wall installation handcrafted by esteemed Canadian artist Alissa Coe greet guests upon arrival. Inspired by the name ‘Stillwater,’ this artwork uses the water lily as a symbol for the experience of being transported to a tranquil and luxurious oasis. Guests are invited to a haven of tranquility with a soothing palette of oiled white oak, shimmering champagne, polished chrome metal accents, delicate textiles, and extraordinary art. Throughout, the serene elements and soft artwork quietly contrast the contemporary white walls that dimly illuminate the relaxation journey while celebrating the art of wellness.

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Stillwater Spa is an exclusive space to be nurtured and inspired. Where time is valued and experiences are personalized. Restorative treatments and curative tinctures provide a canvas for guests to define an intimate luxury experience, unique and transformative. Personalized wellness is reimagined with a collection of highly curated relaxation services that treat the body and calm the mind. Discover tranquillity in this 8,000 sq ft sanctuary for the senses that features 13 treatment rooms and a luxury lounge designed for shared peaceful moments. Natural aromas and calming music invite guests to enrich the stillness within. A custom range of transformative treatments, including facials, massages, and more, work to rejuvenate the spirit.

Featured Artists

Park Hyatt Toronto is dedicated to artistic inquiry, a rich visitor experience, and civic responsibility. A primary catalyst for the narrative-driven contemporary collection the hotel proudly stewards. Presenting visually compelling and conceptually significant contemporary art, Park Hyatt Toronto remains committed to the art and ideas of renowned and emerging artists that remain the bridge between these two charges.

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