124 on Queen is a stunning new hotel and spa in Niagara-on-the-Lake
Something new has happened on Main Street in a historic town in Ontario’s wine country. Famous for being one of Canada’s most scenic destinations, Niagara-on-the-Lake is worth a visit for the scenery alone. The brand new 124 on Queen hotel and spa adds to its charm.
The elegant 70-room hotel occupies six heritage-style buildings in the heart of the community. Each room is a little different, but the thoughtful details and luxury amenities are all the same.
The crown jewel of 124 on Queen is undoubtedly the 12,000 square foot destination spa.
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In addition to the wide range of treatments and services, the spa offers a hydrotherapy circuit with hot and cold pools, saunas, hammams, sensory showers and even a snow room.
An outdoor yoga and meditation area, spa cabins, salt cave and reflecting pools will be installed in the second phase of the hotel’s development.
This summer, the hotel is also opening a cocktail bar on the ground floor, with a speakeasy atmosphere unlike any other in this quaint little town.
Opposite the bar is a seating area and a lounge on the ground floor, which will eventually serve as a coworking space.
You don’t have to be an overnight guest at 124 on Queen to enjoy the amenities. You can buy a spa pass and hang out at the cocktail bar even if you’re only visiting for the day.
A hydrotherapy circuit pass is $90 for 120 minutes, or as an add-on to your treatment for $30.
Foodies will be happy to know that 124 on Queen is nestled between two of Niagara-on-the-Lake’s most acclaimed restaurants: Treadwell Cuisine and The Gate House Bistro.
Treadwell is known for its farm-to-table cuisine and local wine selection made by Niagara-area artisan producers, as well as a newly expanded outdoor patio overlooking the common courtyard and gardens.
The Gate House Bistro serves breakfast, lunch and dinner in one of the city’s most historic properties, which also doubles as an event venue.
And we don’t need to mention the hotel’s proximity to Ontario’s best wineries.
So, if you’re planning on using the Ontario Staycation Tax Credit this year, this getaway spot is just as good in winter as it is in summer.
Where: 124 Queen Street, Niagara-on-the-Lake
The author was partially hosted by 124 on Queen Hotel & Spa.