The Grotto Spa at Tigh-Na-Mara Seaside Resort. (News file photo)

Parksville’s Tigh-Na-Mara retains spot as Canada’s top spa

‘Spas of America’ crowns Parksville resort with top honour

The Grotto Spa at the Tigh-Na-Mara Seaside Spa Resort & Conference Centre has retained its spot as the most popular spa in Canada as rated by Spas of America.

The award is based on unique page views and consumer choices on the Spas of America website.

“I’m very proud of our team at the Grotto Spa for their dedication, pride and commitment to our guests,” said Tigh-Na-Mara’s general manager, Paul Drummond in a release.

“Our tranquil forest and oceanfront destination resort and spa offers our guests a variety of opportunities to relax and reconnect with nature and themselves.”

The Grotto Spa topped the list last year as well. Nineteen other B.C. spas made the top 50 Spas of America list in 2019.

The resort is located at 1155 Resort Dr. in Parksville.

READ MORE: Parkville’s Grotto Spa is a three-time Canadian champ

–NEWS Staff, submitted

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