altea active toronto

Toronto is getting a massive wellness club with an ice room and Himalayan salt lounge

Altea Active, a massive new gym from Winnipeg offering Starbucks and virtual golf simulators, is set to land in Liberty Village this fall. 

The 89,000-square-foot 'social wellness club' is slated to take over the first two floors of the Novus development at 25 Ordnance St. in November. 

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Altea Active is opening a gym with Canada's largest cycling studio in Liberty Village this fall. 

Judging by its website, Altea is going to be an entertainment and fitness extravaganza, with a 75-bike cycling studio (Canada's largest), a 25-metre lap pool, 2,500-square-foot hot yoga studio, and more than 185 classes a week.

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Altea will include a cocktail lounge and private restaurant.

If a post-workout Venti Frappuccino doesn't jive with your fitness routine, Altea will also have a smoothie bar.

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Starbucks and a smoothie bar will be available to Altea guests.

Or you can just reward yourself with a meal at the members-only restaurant, or cocktails in the lounge instead. 

But the amenities that really stand out at Altea are the spa offerings, which including a KLAFS Sanarium: a sauna with five climate zones.

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A wellness club includes  a 2,500-square-foot hot yoga studio.

The ice lounge features an ice fountain where you can rub ice crystals all over your body.

Altea also offers a meditation pod and a Himalayan salt lounge. 

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Altea will have a 25-metre lap pool, ice lounge, and a KLAFS Sanarium.

If relaxation isn't your thing, head to their 'Urban Playground' with four bowling lanes, pinball, or Topgolf Swing Suite sports simulators instead. 

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An 'Urban Playground' area will offer bowling alleys, pinball, and other entertainment.

Pre-registration for Altea memberships (ranging from $95 to $125) starts this summer. 

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