Spa Facility: 7am – 10pm (Appt. availability 8am – 9pm)
Fitness Centre: 24 hrs (Hotel guests only)
Pool Deck: 6am – 10pm daily for guests & residents
With a focus on finding your energy, Vancouver’s only Willow Stream Spa was rated one of the ‘Best Spas in the World’ by Condé Nast Traveler readers. Surrounded by breathtaking city and harbour views, the expansive 8,500 sq ft resort-style spa is an oasis of serenity, located on the fifth floor at Fairmont Pacific Rim. This stunning retreat offers nine spacious treatment rooms including a couples’ suite with a Japanese-style deep seated soaker tub, nail salon, steam rooms, experiential shower, a full fitness centre, and a movement studio. Two of the private relaxation lounges have cozy fireplaces while the third, reserved for men is club-like in its décor and has an oversized television. French doors open to private outdoor landscaped terrace with Jacuzzi, mineral bath, infrared sauna, loungers and fire pits – perfect for guests to relax and rejuvenate pre or post their spa experience.
Treatments, a full sixty or ninety minutes, take place in rooms that reflect Vancouver’s sea and sky with soft colour palettes of blue and dove-gray. The air is softly scented with a hint of pine, reminiscent of a day in the forest. Fluffy terry bathrobes and slippers cocoon guests during their spa journey, with soft linens and oversized duvets used to tuck spa goers in – following treatments, guests are met with an energy revitalizing house-made juice.
Willow Stream Spa at Fairmont Pacific Rim has become Canada’s first hotel spa to partner with Biologique Recherche (BR), a prestigious couture skincare line designed and produced only in France. The coveted BR cosmetic skincare brand focuses on a promise of state-of-the-art efficacy along with personalized product and treatments. Willow Stream Spa has also debuted six new body treatments, including the ultimate ‘Fountain of Youth’ featuring Vancouver-based Beauty Through Balance products. This all natural and authentically local treatment gives new meaning to ‘sea to sky,’ and takes its inspiration from the ocean, rainforests and mountains.