Toronto is getting a massive wellness club with an ice room and Himalayan salt lounge
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.
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.
If a post-workout Venti Frappuccino doesn't jive with your fitness routine, Altea will also have a smoothie bar.
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.
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.
If relaxation isn't your thing, head to their 'Urban Playground' with four bowling lanes, pinball, or Topgolf Swing Suite sports simulators instead.
Pre-registration for Altea memberships (ranging from $95 to $125) starts this summer.
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