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Stillwater Spa

Posted by Catherine / Posted on November 29, 2009

Stillwater SpaStillwater Spa at the Park Hyatt is consistently ranked one of the top spas in Toronto, our version of old money luxury.


  • Swedish Massage: $139 | 60 min
  • Stillwater Facial: 139 | 60 min
  • Stillwater Manicure: $47 | 30 min
  • Deluxe Spa Pedicure: $80 | 60 min
  • Waxing: From $21


As described by Stillwater: "Essential Milk & Honey Wrap: Nourish your skin and lock in hydration with this soothing milk and honey treatment comprised of a golden sea salt exfoliation, warm rose mud wrap and Swedish massage (90 Minutes | $237)"


"Stillwater is a 10,000 square foot urban oasis, featuring 17 treatment rooms, a full-service salon, saunas, steam rooms, whirlpools, private cabanas with 22" plasma TVs, a unique Aqua Pool, spa boutique and a Couples Sanctuary with an oversized Jacuzzi and a fireplace."


Stillwater spa lines include Dermalogica, Lovefresh, Deborah Lippmann, Omorovicza, Jane Iredale, Kerastase, Wilma Schumann, and Babor.



lens review / May 12, 2011 at 07:32 am
I always got what ever I want in you post.
Sarah / March 21, 2012 at 11:26 am
This spa always ranks 1st or 2nd of best spas in the city and I'm not sure why? I prefer a spa with natural light (windows in the common area), very quiet, peaceful and tranquil. This spa is located in the basement and I could hear the subway below running every few minutes. It was very distracting.

If it doesn't bother you being in the basement, and can block the noise out the treatments were good.
spapro / April 6, 2012 at 10:02 am
I am shocked to see Stillwater rated as number 1.
My experience can be likened to being a member of a Focus Group.
Hard sales pitch. Claiming knowledge beyond skill.

Hearing the subway, being sent into a crowded waiting room and and aggressive therapist was not my idea of relaxation.
john keats / May 10, 2012 at 03:24 pm
in addition to the noise... of the subway system... The attendants have a difficult time articulating in the English language...
Happy / July 11, 2012 at 01:20 pm
Way way over-priced and often over-crowded and I agree with the first comment, feeling the subway go by every few minutes really takes away from the experience and the darkness of the changerooms and the waiting room are really unbearable and the magazine selection is not that great!

Bill / August 1, 2012 at 11:04 pm
Tks for the low-down...this place sounds like fake central
overpaid / September 9, 2012 at 04:52 pm
For the last two years my sister and I have walked 32 km to raise money for PMH. Our treat to ourselves after the walk is an afternoon at the stillwater. But this year was TERRIBLE. The prices of the services are inflated to take into account the amenities provided. I understand and accept that. But spas are supposed to be tranquil. As soon as we arrived into the tearoom to have some relaxing time before our massages we were greeted with loud chatter by a large party. After 10 minutes we complained. Nothing happened. After another 10 minutes we were taken in for our treatments. 90 blissful minutes later I returned to the tearoom to still louder than normal sound levels for a spa. I immediately went to the change room to find a note from my sister that her RMT wasnt informed her massage was for 90 minutes and it ended after 60. Both the change room and tearoom were loud so she left. She would be upstairs waiting for me. So I changed and went to pay and asked to speak to a manager. I got the general apologies and the offer of $50 off my next visit. I advised the manager that wouldnt be happening and that I just paid way too much for a massage and didnt get to enjoy the amenities because they made a huge error with my sisters therapies and they couldnt keep the sound levels down in the spa. I wont be going back and I wouldnt recommend that you do either. This isnt a number 1 spa - perhaps the therapists are but not anything else.
bruce replying to a comment from Sarah / November 21, 2012 at 03:00 pm
where would you recommend?
Marijo / February 7, 2013 at 11:40 am
Ste. Anne's Spa sounds like it might be the exact opposite of the experiences described here. It is located 90 minutes east of Toronto, in an rural setting. Every spa has its strengths and weaknesses, so if you are looking for an urban experience, Ste. Anne's might not be the place for you, but it is almost 30 years old, in a beautiful stone castle-like building with incredible views of lake Ontario and the Northumberland forest. Give it try.
Gaps / February 14, 2013 at 11:22 am
Wow I always use BLOGTO as a guide I'm super glad I read the comments because I would have wasted my money. I am very particular about where I spend my hard earned cash and its very disheartening to hear that these people don’t value that. Thanks for the comments!
Lesa / October 15, 2013 at 10:34 pm
It may not be perfect but its one of the best in town. Sounds like the people above had a bad experience which can happen there, and then wrote a bunch of negative comments using different names to pile on. I have had my fair share of problems there, but overall, my friends and I have it pretty well figured out, when to go and what to order, and bring your work out clothes and swimsuit to take full advantage and make it a day trip. Lunch is a must with Edward serving, and then on to relaxing with a snack and a tea or coffee in the dark. If you don't like subway noise, don't go, more room for us. Hard to get perfect service nowadays, so we take what we can get and hope for great treatments. Do wish the reflexologist came in earlier on weekdays as I fear I will never get a reflexology treatment in Toronto again. Overall a win in our book. Hope you won't write them off with out trying it!
Carla / December 9, 2013 at 11:57 pm
The service was great by why are they serving cheap store-bought cupcakes? The cupcake was very low budget not what I'd expect from a chic spa. You've got to source better treats for your guests!
Peter / December 18, 2013 at 03:40 pm
Stillwater is the worst spa in the city. Their masseuse/masseurs are often inept, and the noise of the subway interrupting your massage every 10 minutes does not make for an enjoyable experience. Their service is also mediocre, despite being one of the most expensive spas in the city.

Do yourself a favour and go somewhere else - anywhere is better.

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