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Spa scandinave Old Montreal

Spa Scandinave Old Montreal

Are you looking for a relaxation escape? Don’t look further! Located 2 minutes away from le St-Sulpice Hotel Montreal, the spa scandinave Old Montreal will answer all your expectations.

With its unique soft light and peaceful ambiance created by the sound of the waterfalls and the relaxing music, you will straight away immerse in this universe of absolute wellness. In this urban spa, silence is the key. By embracing silence, one finds inner stillness leading to complete relaxation.

3 experiences : the hot baths, eucalyptus steam bath and sauna.

Waterfalls at Spa Scandinave

To make your hydrotherapy experience completely beneficial, you will have to follow 3 steps:

First comes the body-heating period (10 to 15min) – if you choose the hot baths don’t miss a back-massage under the waterfalls!- when the surface blood vessels dilate and carry more blood to the skin’s surface. The raised body temperature this produces causes profuse sweating that cleanses the skin.

The second stage consists of closing the pores of the skin through a beneficial rinse in cool water through a Nordic shower or cold plunge (a few seconds). Of course enter a foot under this freezing water might be difficult but it is really essential to feel really good after! Trust us! We recommend the Nordic shower… it’s easier and shorter!

The final stage is designed to allow the cardiovascular system to regulate itself through a period of relaxation in the privacy of the relaxation areas. You will enjoy the comfortable cushions for 2. Just read a magazine or let your mind wander and take a break! We invite you to try the closed relaxation area… you will definitely fall asleep in 5 minutes!

You can make this cycle 3 times but don’t forget to respect the relaxation step and to hydrate! Tea and citrus water pitchers are available for free.

Relaxation areas Spa scandinave

Intimate atmosphere in one of the relaxation areas



Treat yourself to a soothing massage :

There is a large place dedicated to massage treatments. Different types of therapeutic massages are available: from the solo or duo Swedish massage (60 to 90 minutes), the Lomi-atsu, deep tissue, hot stone and even prenatal massage.




Guests from Le St-Sulpice Hotel Montreal enjoy special rates

Because of its location and its high standards services, the spa Scandinave Old Montreal works very closely with Le St-Sulpice Hotel Montreal. We created the absolute wellness package including one night in a beautiful Superior suite, continental breakfast, baths access and one-hour Swedish massage for 2, and late check-out at 3pm.

For either bath access or massage treatment, le St-Sulpice Hotel Montreal guests benefit from privileged rates.

Just contact our concierge before your arrival or while check-in, they will be more than happy to help you and to make your reservation!

Karin Janssen, marketing manager

St-Sulpice stories

Art gallery hotel

Le Saint-Sulpice Hotel Montreal,
a hotel gallery in Old Montreal

 Our goal: to get our guests to discover local artists

Since the hotel’s opening, we’ve always exhibited artwork in the public areas. We strive to create and share refined and original experiences with our guests and artwork exhibitions are one of the ways we do so. We want you to indulge your imagination! This is our signature and why we want our guests to discover the local culture through different artists, mainly coming from the Quebec province. We collaborate with the artists themselves or with Montreal art galleries, more specifically Simon Blais gallery and Roccia gallery.

Start your visit in the lobby

Once you enter the St-Sulpice hotel, you will right away be attracted by the beautiful bronze sculpture Become from André Desjardins. Go on further in the lobby and discover 2 pieces from the same artist: the Sea on your right and Voler plus haut (fly higher) on your left. On your right, you will see Marie-France Boisvert’s pieces All the pretty girls and Memories, without missing the blue from Ariane Blais along the corridor facing the hotel’s garden.

Become by Andre Desjardins

Discover the sculpture Become by Andre Desjardins in the entrance of the lobby

Go down on the ss-level, and have a at another Ariane Blais piece as you exit the elevator and walk to the St-Paul meeting room to see the great mirror She’s got the look from Guy Hamelin, a Quebec painter and photographer.

Please not that all the artwork exhibited are for sale.

Continue your visit upstairs and discover our permanent exhibition Body and Soul by Jean-Claude Poitras 

This project started in 2014 during a cocktail happening at Roccia gallery. We literally fell in love with the artworks of Jean-Claude Poitras, and convinced our management to buy 11 artworks to create a permanent exhibition at the hotel.

our hotel gallery offers a permanent exhibition to visit: Body and Soul

Visit our permanent exhibition Body and Soul by quebec artist Jean-Claude Poitras

On all 5 floors of the hotel, in special sections renovated in the form of an art gallery with special design and lighting, discover this stunning collection that traces the career of this remarkable artist. His graceful silhouettes, the beauty and refinement of his works, evoke what our hotel has become over the past two years as we have refined our distinctive brand.

Thanks to our mobile guide,  visitors can enjoy an immersive tour, weaving poetry and music together. Another original way to discover this exhibition. You will just have to connect with your phone or tablet!

Enjoy your visit!

Karin Janssen, marketing manager

hotel gallery : les Cigales, by Jean-Claude Poitras

Beautiful artworks to discover on all 5 floors of the hotel

More information about the artists you can discover in our hotel gallery:

André Desjardins

André Desjardins is an artist well known around the world. Painter and sculptor he participated to the New York art Expo in 2008, where he had lots of success. He became more and more famous internationally as he was helped by a Californian company specialized in visual artist careers. His artworks are now exhibited in numerous galleries and public or private collections around the world including the Saint-Sulpice Hotel Montreal! Watch the video explaining the creation of Become

Ariane Blais

Ariane Blais grew up surrounded by paintings, tubes and jars of paint and brushes. Her mother, an artist herself, taught her art for over 20 years. Thus, at a very young age, Ariane developed a natural attraction to colors, textures and movements.  Travel is central to Ariane’s artistic approach. These travels ended in 2010 when she presented her Fire exhibition during The Vancouver Olympics. She returns home filled with faith in human beauty that will influence her artwork for years to come. Now living in Montreal, Ariane is investing herself in various personally significant artistic projects

Marie-France Boisvert :

We are very happy to welcome artworks of this Quebec artist who has been a prolific painter and sculptor for more than 20 years. Now working in Montreal, Marie-France Boisvert continues with the same enthusiasm to accumulate awards, mentions and peer recognition with exhibits in Canada, the United States and Europe.  Discover her work in our lobby. Discover her work

Guy Hamelin

Born in Montreal Guy Hamelin has devoted himself to his art for more than 16 years. Painter, photographer, and filmmaker, he now enjoys the present moment. The movement called the Ripple effect is what we find on his artworks. It is reminiscent of the waves caused by a pebble thrown in the water and represents the water in the human body, source of life…

Jean-Claude Poitras, artist – fashion designer

Early on, his collections were celebrated on prestigious fashion runways across the globe and Jean-Claude Poitras soon was acclaimed as Canada’s leading fashion bright star. His international recognition earned him the Ordre National du Québec as well as the Order of Canada. He then turned around and used his talent to reimagine dining elegance and interior design. He now devotes himself to painting and exhibits his artworks in many events and galleries.