Spas are a miraculous thing. Now that summer's over and we're forced to return to school, work or any other responsibilities we may have been avoiding, our stress levels are about to sky rocket. The best way to relieve this build up of stress is to head on over to a spa with your best friends!\nQuebec has some amazing, unreal spas that offer the most relaxing experiences you could imagine. So if you're looking to get out of the city and treat yourself to some relaxation like no other, you must check out these spas as soon as you can!\n1. Siberia Station Spa\nA photo posted by ｋｉｍ ｐｉｓａｎｉ . (@kimpizzz) on May 24, 2016 at 8:10am PDT\n339 Boulevard du Lac\nPrice: $42\nSiberia Station Spa is a gorgeous spa located less than 3 hours from Montreal. They model their spa off of Scandinavian spas, which focuses on alternating hot and cold. This is supposed to reduce stress and promote relaxation. Switch from their numerous hot pools to cold pools, where you can dip into the actual nearby river. Prepare to be relaxed to the max. They also have hammocks in the trees and relaxation yurts!\n2. Spa Eastman\nA photo posted by Gail Garceau (@gailgarceau) on Aug 22, 2016 at 6:27pm PDT\n895 Chemin des Diligences\nPrice: $69\nThis spa has the most gorgeous location, featuring a view of the towering Mount Orford. They have amazing accommodations if you're interested in extending your spa experience for the entire weekend. Eastman Spa has outdoor hot tubs, indoor and outdoor pools, dry saunas, steam baths and essential oil showers and so much more! Your experience here will be like no other.\n3. Sky Spa\nA photo posted by Elisabeth (@elisabxx) on Apr 16, 2015 at 4:31pm PDT\n6000 Boulevard Rome #400\nPrice: Monday-Thursday: $34, Friday-Sunday: $44, After 5pm: $34\nThis is a rooftop spa, which makes you feel like you're relaxing right in the clouds, hence the name! Their thermal experience features Finnish saunas steam baths, California baths, Nordic waterfalls, and spaces for relaxing. They also have a restaurant to enjoy a nice meal while you're relaxing as well.\n4. Bota Bota\nRefreshing spa time yesterday evening.A photo posted by Kat (@kitty_kat4495) on Sep 11, 2016 at 9:15am PDT\nVieux-Port de Montréal\nPrice: $39 after 6pm or before 11 am Monday-Thursday, $50 after 6pm or before 11am Friday-Sunday\nIf you haven't had the Bota Bota experience yet, you've definitely got to try it right now. It's most definitely my favourite spa in Montreal because it's just so amazing and relaxing. It's a spa on a boat right in the Old Port of Montreal. It has hot pools, cold pools, saunas and steam rooms, making it the perfect spot to go to unwind. Bring your best friends and have the most relaxing evening you could imagine for super cheap!\n5. Ofuro Spa\nA photo posted by Spaofuro (@spaofuro) on May 7, 2016 at 7:17am PDT\n777 Chemin de St Adolphe\nPrice: $40 or $31 after 5pm\nOfuro Spa is a Japenese spa focusing on the indulgences of water promoting relief and well-being. They have some amazing hot pools, transitions to cold pools, saunas, and steam rooms! You can also enjoy a Zen yoga class here for only $15! This spa experience is unique and will definitely have you feeling zen and relaxed.\n6. Nordik Spa Nature\nA photo posted by Lauren Fowler (@tinselandteacups) on Sep 11, 2016 at 11:27am PDT\n16 Chemin Nordik\nPrice: Monday-Thursday: $51, Friday-Sunday: $61\nThis spa is focused on the surrounding elements of nature, being located in the middle of the forest. They encourage their guests to relax in their 7 different thermal baths at all different temperatures while contemplating the nature in their surroundings.\nThey also feature 8 different saunas with different benefits for your health and well-being. They also have unique 'heated rock beds' called Tellura, which you lay down on and completely relaxes your body. This is one spa experience you'll want to enjoy every day!\n7. Scandinave Spa Mont-Tremblant\n✌?A photo posted by Jessie Ho (@jessilly) on Sep 11, 2016 at 6:58am PDT\n537 Montée Ryan\nPrice: $48\nThis spa is the most relaxing, luxurious spa located in the amazing Mont-Tremblant. This is definitely worth the trip out to Mont-Tremblant with your best friends. I recommend spending the weekend here to make the most out of your spa experience. Enjoy a eucalyptus steam room, saunas, outdoor hot tubs, Nordic baths, access to the Rivière du Diable, hammocks and so much more! This spa is packed with amazing relaxation activities that you must experience right away.\n8. Balnea Spa\nA must.?A photo posted by ✨Marie-Ève | 24 (@marieepelletier) on Sep 10, 2016 at 3:49pm PDT\n319 chemin du Lac Gale\nPrice: $60 or $40 after 5pm\nThis gorgeous spa is located right on a private lake! Enjoy panoramic views of the lake and surrounding nature for their 360 saunas, hot tubs, cold pool and Turkish baths. Relax in their sweat lodge by ridding your body of all its excess toxins, or take a hike around the lush forests.\n9. Scandinave Les Bains\nA photo posted by Vie D'une Nomade (@laviedunenomade) on Jun 22, 2016 at 5:14pm PDT\n71 Rue de la Commune O\nPrice: $35\nAnother unreal spa located right here in Old Montreal, this spa has so many amazing things to offer. They support the philosophy that the idea of water therapy is healing and reduces stress in individuals. They give you an order of how to enjoy their spa to get the most out of your experience. First enjoy the hot sauna, steam bath, or hot tub, then rinse of in the rinsing station, and finally let your lungs rejuvenate in their relaxation area.\n10. Auberge & Spa Beau Reves\n??A photo posted by Jenni ? (@jennicabal06) on Jun 29, 2016 at 7:40pm PDT\n2310 Boulevard de Sainte-Adèle\nPrice: $35\nThis spa is located in the heart of the Laurentians and is surrounded by nature, providing an exceptionally relaxing experience. Enjoy their eucalyptus steam room, cold pool and waterfall, heated relaxation area, hammocks, zero gravity chairs and hot baths! You can access the river as well from May to November.\nAdd mtlblog on Snapchat.