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The Most Hidden Resort In Quebec To Get Away From It All

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The Most Hidden Resort In Quebec To Get Away From It All

There is nothing on this earth I love more than going to spas.

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I'm the type of person who truly cherishes relaxation, and there's no better place to just let go of the stress of everyday life than a spa.

During the summer, I usually go to a whole bunch of different spas with my mom, and although I love them all, my favorite one has to be one located in Rosemere, Quebec.

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Spa Le Finlandais (124 Boul Labelle, Rosemere, QC) is a seriously awesome spa and hotel, which is kind of secluded in Rosemere.

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It seriously has everything, and is actually the perfect place to decompress.

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They've got all the typical things a spa has, like cold and hot baths, saunas, massages, and relaxations rooms. Except Finlandais offers just a little bit extra.

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For example, they have a Russian sauna (a legit sauna where you grab a bucket of ice and dump it on yourself), a multi sensory room (where you sit in egg-like seats that vibrate in a room that's basically a light and music show), and they also have a "bubble experience", which are plastic bubble-seats floating in warm water.

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When I went, it was legit one of the best spa experiences I've ever had. They're right beside a lake, so there were some seriously peaceful and awesome views, too.

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Although Finlandais is about ahalf an hour drive from Montreal (so, super close), I seriously think there can't be anything better than staying the night at their hotel, too.

I mean, imagine waking up to this:

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Pure paradise, friends. Pure paradise.

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