Blu Spa Vue Aérienne

It was in 2011, near a meandering river with clear waters that one of Canada's largest complexes of Nordic baths was born: Station Blü. Since its opening, the Station received many accolades regarding the avant-garde design of its facilities. Station Blü won the Great Design Award in the commercial/recreational category, a statement from the renowned Condé Nast Traveler UK and 33rd place on the Top 100 Most Amazing Spas in The World, to name only a few.

Station Blü is the first Nordic baths concept promoting socialization in relaxing environments. Situated between the Mont-Sainte-Anne and Le Massif de Charlevoix, the Station from Saint-Tite-des-Caps needed more than $ 5 million in private investment (including the participation of hockey players Patrice Bergeron and Alexandre Picard). Station Blü has a sauna, a steam bath, two hot tubs, two ice baths, 14 massage therapy spaces, two rest rooms, a reception room on the cutting edge of technology, all of which can comfortably accommodate up 140 visitors and making Station Blü a new standard in the leisure industry.