This opportunity is available until December 31, 2013 and features Canada’s largest therapeutic geothermal mineral water pool.
The property has many activities to indulge in, besides soaking in its celebrated spa. Sign up for a yoga class. Sit down and enjoy a healthy poolside meal. Take advantage of its fine-dining restaurant, or have a drink in the lounge before calling it a night. All 179 rooms and suites have been updated with crisp white linens and other modern furnishings.
- Breakfast for two each morning and a three-course dinner both evenings
- Two-night stay at the Temple Gardens Spa resort
- $75 voucher for Sun Tree Spa, $40 Casino Moose Jaw gift certificate, 20% off all merchandise at Trudy’s Spa Shop
- Unlimited access to Canada’s largest natural geo-thermal mineral water pool.
Vacay.ca Recommends a Trip to Moose Jaw
Vacay.ca writer Shel Zolkewich had a chance to visit Moose Jaw, and wrote about her experience at Temple Gardens Mineral Spa in a story entitled “Moose Jaw makes a splash.”
Zolkewich: “In 1910, drillers tapped into a source of hot, mineral-rich water below Moose Jaw. By 1932, an indoor pool (called the Natatorium) was built to tap into the resource. The pool fell into disrepair in the early 1970s and the well was capped, temporarily ending Moose Jaw’s love affair with therapeutic dips. In 1996, the doors opened on the Temple Gardens Mineral spa, built on the site of the Harwood Hotel and named after the Temple Gardens Dancehall (that no longer stands).
“It was time, once again, to take to the waters. The mineral-rich water bubbles out of the ground at 45 degrees Celsius and gets pumped into the vast indoor pool at Temple Gardens. Because it’s so high in minerals, the water magically relaxes muscles, eases joint pain and re-hydrates your skin. It just feels really good. The indoor pool leads to an outdoor pool, surrounded by lounge chairs and tables, twinkling lights in trees and a coffee shop. Yes, you’re in Moose Jaw.”
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Temple Gardens Mineral Spa Resort: Click here or call 1-800-718-7727.