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Nordik Spa-Nature Questions & Answers

Brampton, Canada

how long do you need to enjoy the water therapy portion? we plan on doing it in the evening but we are doing dinner in Ottawa before we head over to the spa

5 months ago Answer

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Gaspesie Region, Canada
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The food at Le Nordik is quite good. Unless you are planning something fancy in Ottawa, I would go to Le Nordik for dinner. They have some dinner packages and/or chocolate fondue packages that are nice. It is sooo much better to dine beside the fireplace in your bathrobe overlooking the pools than in an Ottawa restaurant!

The last time I went, they had 3 dining areas.

For the rest, we usually go for about 6 hours.

5 months ago
Massena, New York
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Yes, you are going to want a few hours. And the evenings are SOOOOOO beautiful at la Nordik. Watching the sun set, the pools light up and then the stars come out as the sky darkens and the steam wafts above the hot pools...all up on a hill overlooking the twinkling city lights...This place is more magical than Disney! A few hours after dinner would be nice, but you are going to want more time, so plan on going back.

5 months ago
Ottawa, Canada
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I think if you are doing the Kalla treatment by itself you are limited to 60 minutes though I did not see how they police this.

Honestly I don't think it is worth it.

5 months ago
Montreal, Canada
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I suggest to have dinner at the nearby town of Chelsea... If you want a super gastronomic experience i reccommend you Les Fougères, amazing food! (783 Rte 105, Old Chelsea, QC J9B1P1)

1 month ago
Ottawa, Canada
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3 hours

2 months ago
Ottawa, Canada
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its rally up to each individual, there is so many way to enjoy the site other than being in the water!

4 months ago
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It's a series of pools, and the amount of time you spend in the pools depends on your preference! I've been to another spa with a similar layout and we go late at night. Nordik is open until 12 am. So I think you'll be good to go!

5 months ago
Montreal, Canada
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I guess it depends on how much bathing you like to do but with the variety of baths, tents, saunas, etc,,, I would say a good 3 hours minimum. I am not including any time in there for food,drinks in front of the fireplace, massage or the indoor salted bath.

5 months ago
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The water therapy is very relaxing so it depends how long it would take you to wind down! You could spend as little as 20 minutes or as long as a couple of hours! Also there are sauna areas and hot stone beds to try so the extra time would allow for that too.

5 months ago
Ottawa, Canada
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Best to do 3 cycles of heat (15 mins), cool plunge (1 minute) and relax in a warm(not hot) setting (15 to 20 mins). If short on time, fewer cycles.

5 months ago
Sudbury, Canada
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If you are just going for the regular spa pools then 2 hours would probably suffice

5 months ago
Sudbury, Canada
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If you are just going for the regular spa pools then 2 hours would probably suffice

5 months ago
Sudbury, Canada
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If you are just going for the regular spa pools then 2 hours would probably suffice

5 months ago
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