Sunday, August 28, 2011

Bota Bota: From Ferry to Luxury Spa

The luxury Lifestyle blog (the home of luxury Lifestyle) presents Bota Bota: From Ferry to Luxury Spa.

Bota Bota, a floating spa designed by Sid Lee Architecture, is the latest reincarnation of a 57-year-old ferryboat in Montreal’s Old Port.

The storied ship once operated as a ferryboat between Sorel and Berthier, Quebec during the 50′s and 60′s, followed by a stint as a Richelieu River show boat.

The ship has been completely refurbished into a day spa, featuring five decks fitted with various spa installations.

Featuring all of the amenities, from a seaweed wrap to massages, pedis and manis, an open-air whirlpool and a cocktail bar, the Bota Bota ferry spa offers a most unique guest experience.

As the spa would only float and not travel along the waters, the engines were removed to make way for guest locker rooms.

Visitors can enjoy a spectacular panoramic view of the city while getting the best pampering in town.

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