Bota Bota, spa-sur-l'eau
151 locals recommend ·
About this place
Dans un espace inventé, littéralement entre deux eaux... flottez. In a weightless space, between two water world... float away.
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What can be more fun than a floating spa in the middle of Old Montreal? Bota bota offers incredible relaxing atmosphere in a unique boat environment.
Great spa in Old Port. Located on a ship, this on water spa offers views on downtown and Old Port, hot outdoor spa that is open all year around, restaurant and spa services
Historic river ferry that was converted into a thermal spa. Great spot to relax year-round and offers beautiful views of Old Montreal.
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“Enjoy a dinner on the iconic bateau mouche that takes you around the island of Montreal with amazing views and food”
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“My all time favourite breakfast spot, lunch is served as well. Clean food great presentation. ”
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“While waiting for the next ferry to go back to Pointe-aux-Trembles, take some time at the spa :)”
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Point of Interest
“This activity is great for the whole family, assuming that everyone is ages 7 and up. The zipline is located at the Old Port’s clock tower and just-so-happens to the biggest zip in any Canadian city! You’ll be in for a thrill, getting a lovely birds-eye view of city, speeding down a line at 60km/hour. What’s more is that you can ride beside someone else in your family, since there are two lines that run side-by-side. The whole experience, including training, takes about 10-15min however wait-times in the line up can be long on weekends, so it’s better to do this activity on a weeknight. Make sure to plan this activity early enough in the evening to guarantee time for watching the fireworks.”
- 7 locals recommend