Enjoy a Wellness Retreat with True Key Hotels & Resorts
Even before the COVID-19 pandemic, wellness travel was the fastest growing area of travel for tourists. If you’ve ever come home from a vacation feeling like you need a vacation from your vacation, you’ll understand why.
Now, after more than a year of living in a global pandemic, wellness travel is set to have a huge spike when travel restrictions begin to lift.
At True Key Hotels & Resorts we have a variety of different wellness opportunities at each of our properties. From time in nature, hot springs soaks to spa treatments, there’s something for everyone no matter what kind of retreat you’re looking for. Below is some inspiration for wellness travel for whenever you are ready to book your next holiday.
Bighorn Meadows Resort
Nestled in the majestic Rocky Mountains, the biggest wellness draw for guests of Bighorn Meadows Resort is the namesake of the town, Radium Hot Springs.
Soothe your body in the warm mineral pools while enjoying the idyllic Kootenay Mountain Range, surrounded by the red walls of Sinclair Canyon, before heading back to your luxurious suite back at the resort. Few things can help you slow down and enjoy life more than a relaxing soak in one of nature’s wonders. Check out Bighorn Meadows Resort packages for an amazing Radium Hot Springs getaway package.
Sooke Harbour Resort & Marina
With its own marina Sooke Harbour Resort & Marina is the perfect relaxation spot for the boating enthusiast or fisherman. If a day on the water with your favourite beverages and hooks and lures sounds like your perfect way of relaxing, then Sooke Harbour Resort & Marina is where you need to be.
The luxurious vacation rental accommodations are situated with private access to a 114-slip marina. Additionally, professional fishing charters are available straight from the marina.
Check out Sooke Harbour Resort & Marina’s packages and different fishing trips today!
SookePoint Ocean Cottage Resort
SookePoint Ocean Cottage Resort is the perfect place to get back to nature. With stunning views of the Pacific Ocean available from all rooms, you may never want to leave your gorgeous balcony. If you DO want to leave, some of the best hiking can be found in the Sooke Region with vast network of trails through the rainforest, beaches or up Hurricane Ridge and the Kludak trails alpine zone.
Additionally, right next to the resort is East Sooke Regional Park with pockets of beaches, trails, rocky bays and tide pools to explore. And if that’s not enough, there are many stunning beaches to be discovered just outside of Sooke including Whiffen Spit, Botanical Beach, China Beach, French Beach, Sombrio Beach and Mystic Beach.
Enjoy your relaxing stay at SookePoint! Click here for more information.
Sunrise Ridge Waterfront Resort
Sunrise Ridge Waterfront Resort offers a fantastic and traditional approach to wellness with three local spas nearby offering an array of relaxing and rejuvenating treatments. Whether you love a pedicure, delight in soothing facials or revel in a full-body massage, these Vancouver Island spas have something special for you.
Check out the full list of spas here, and couple your spa trip with a romantic escape with you and your partner where you’ll be welcomed with rose petals, a bottle of wine and chocolate-covered strawberries, Find out more here.
Harrison Beach Hotel
Harrison Hot Springs is located only 90 minutes from Vancouver making it an easily accessible getaway. Experience the boundless panoramas, lush forests and glacial peaks that Harrison Hot Springs has to offer with an escape into nature. Located just minutes from many provincial and regional parks, this area hosts a maze of hiking possibilities. Whether you are looking for an easy family-friendly hike or a challenging adventure to seek out panoramic vistas, there are a variety of trails to choose from.
Once you’ve returned to the Hotel, you can spend your evening indulging in an in-room massage treatment through Springs Mobile Massage.
Moutcha Bay Resort
Nestled on the sheltered waters of magnificent Nootka Sound, the drive to Moutcha Bay Resort is an exercise in wellness in and of itself. Only two hours by road from Campbell River, the drive to Moutcha Bay Resort winds through the spectacular mountainous landscape of Strathcona Park.
Once there, enjoy the tranquillity of nature and take part in a guided sea kayak tour on the calm, protected waters of Tlupana Inlet exploring the local flora and fauna. If you prefer to stay on land, the historic Nootka Sound area is also home to countless hiking and ATV trails, gorgeous cave systems, and well-maintained boardwalks.