Strom Spa Mont-Saint-Hilaire is now reopened

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Strøm Spa Mont Saint-Hilaire comes from a long way…

Not long after their opening in 2016, the newest member of the Strom Spa was sadly affected by a fire right few months later that caused its closure.  The future of this spa, created by the power team behind its sister properties: Strom Ile-des-Soeurs, Strom Sherbrooke, and soon-to-become Strom Quebec City, Strom Mont-Saint-Hilaire reopened to public last weekend (July 20th) and looks better than ever.

A total investment of more than 13 million as necessary to ensure the reconstruction of the site and to ensure the quality standards of  Spa Strøm were met. Its design firm LemayMichaud that was entrusted, once again, to complete the works. The new complex spreads on nearly 25,000 square feet and the top-of-the-line facilities are located on a 5-acre lot, just at the foot of Mont Saint-Hilaire.

The architecture offers a balance between the inside and the outside, and between the landscape and the main building. With its capacity increased to nearly 300 guests, the Strøm Mont-Saint-Hilaire promises an ambiance warm and attentive service provided by his team of more than 150 employees. The bistro also offers a larger capacity and a completely renewed menu highlighting local products and artisans.

The brand-new spa facilities include : a full-service bistro, a wide patio, a plunge pool, hot and cold baths, outdoor showers, hammocks and so much more…

You can now experience it yourself. They also offer a Summer Special Package at only 64$ to celebrate their reopening ! 

by Catherine Maisonneuve

for Montreal  Times

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