We use Aveda spa products because they are created from organically-grown plants and other renewable resources without animal testing. We also use OPI and Gehwol spa products as part of our treatments.
Hours of Services
Open seven days a week from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm (Evening Services may be arranged upon request). Please keep in mind that the Benmiller Inn Spa is a Petit Aveda Spa. Advance booking of spa treatments is highly recommended to ensure availability.
Please reserve your Spa appointments well in advance to ensure that our massage therapists and spa technicians are available and you receive the time and services of your choice.
Call 1-800-265-1711 or email email@example.com
If you need to cancel your appointments please provide at least 24 hours notice. If a cancellation occurs with less then 24 hours notice, a 50% charge applies.
Please ensure you arrive at least 15 minutes prior to your appointment. All treatments will end on time regardless of how late they start so the next guest is not delayed.
All prices are subject to 13% H.S.T. and 15% Gratuity.
Medical Concerns: Certain medical conditions such as recent surgery, cancer, high BP and heart disease, may not be compatible with certain spa treatments. It is your responsibility to discuss any concerns you may have with your medical doctor and notify your reservationist at the time of booking. Some products used in the spa do contain nuts.
The Benmiller Inn Spa employs both male and female professionally trained therapists. We are committed to the principle of Employment Equity. Casual, comfortable attire is encouraged throughout the spa.. Please bring slippers, and a bathing suit, as well as outdoor and fitness attire. Loose fitting clothing is required for some of treatments.
All guests of our spa are welcome to bring their swim suits enjoy the indoor pool, hot tub and sauna in our recreation area attached to the Aveda Petit Spa. Lunch is available in the Benmiller Inn Ivey Dining room from 12:00 pm to 2:00 pm Monday to Saturday.
Is it okay to drink alcohol during my spa visit?
While some spas may offer alcoholic beverages on site, it is generally not recommended to drink prior to, during, or immediately after your spa visit for several reasons. Alcohol dilates the blood vessels and the stimulation from your spa treatment, as well as heat you may experience in the steam room or hot tub, will exacerbate intoxication and your spa experience will be less pleasant. Toxins in your body naturally release during spa services (hence the recommendation to drink LOTS of water following a spa treatment) so adding those toxins of alcohol in your bloodstream will only further tax your internal organs. The spa area is NOT licensed with the Alcohol & Gaming Commission of Ontario therefore no alcohol is to be brought into the spa.