Focused on providing you with an amazing relaxation experience and maintaining the standards of quality of our facilities, Nordik Spa-Nature is working hard to create innovative new infrastructures and to improve those that have built its reputation.
We would like to inform you that the massage rooms and changing rooms located in the orange section will be closed from November 4th to November 30th. During this period, we will perform renovation to maintain the standards of quality of our installations, so as to make sure your spa experience meets the highest Nordik standards.
However, massages and locker rooms in the Boréal section are still available during this period.
Thank you for your understanding,
As the health and wellness trend continues to grow, holidays and weekends are increasingly busier than normal at the spa.
We are aware of the situation and, since the well-being of our guests is of the utmost importance, we will, in 2018, work towards implementing permanent solutions specifically designed to improve your spa experience, both while preparing your visit and while on site.
Visit preparation: Designing a recognition program
In 2018, we will focus our efforts on designing a recognition program, which our guests will be able to use to:
Guest reception: Designing a more efficient reception area
In 2018, we will redesign our reception area to make it more effective and efficient, by adding:
People will always need to rest and recharge, and we intend to remain the gold standard for relaxation centres in the region. Thank you for trusting us with supporting your wellness regimen!
Conceived and matured over a long time, the plan to add a hotel to Nordik Spa-Nature in Chelsea is the next logical step for a spa that has become a major relaxation destination over the years, as well as a magnet for tourism, employment, and development for Chelsea and the surrounding region.
The City council of Chelsea unanimously accepted the option that is privileged by the Nordik. This projects meets the zoning bylaws as well as the city’s Site Planning and Architectural Integration Program (PIIA) but requested a minor exemption for the building’s height and surface area. This derogation was granted.
This projetct is minimaly invasive in terms of its environmental footprint, and will naturally integrate with current facilities. Only a minimal number of trees will be felled, and its surface area is limited, because only one building will be built.