About Bloom Spa Toya at Windsor Hotel Toya
Poised grandly atop the 625-meter-high Mountain Poromoi, between Lake Toya and the Uchiura Bay, the Windsor Hotel Toya in Hokkaido, the northernmost and second-largest island of Japan, presents sweeping views of the surrounding water, coastal plains and volcanic plateaus. The Bloom Spa Toya reflects its inspiring setting, with signature treatments, including the lavender corn scrub, performed with seasonal, native ingredients, and traditional facilities like an onsen, or sukiya-style hot spring.
The hotel was the site of the 2008 G8 Summit.
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Bloom Spa TOYA occupies 3,300 square meters, with 12 treatment rooms, two of which overlook remarkable views of Lake Toya and the mountains. The spa’s laidback design provides easy access to men’s and women’s spa rooms, and highlights include an onsen and a bathing area with Japanese cypress and stone baths to introduce spa-goers to beloved Japanese wellness rituals. A reflexology salon, infrared sauna, gym and pool are among the additional offerings.
The spa menu is made up of original variations of classical services such as facials, Vichy shower therapies, aromatherapy flower baths, massage and sound-vibration body treatments that emphasize native extracts and traditions from the region. Examples include the signature Wisdom of Ainu program, which uses medicinal herbs from the indigenous Ainu people and encompasses a soybean-and-yomogi body scrub, a hemp-oil massage and 30-minute facial.
The spa welcomes those ages 16 years and older.
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Location & Hours
Bloom Spa Toya at Windsor Hotel ToyaShimizu Toyakocho Abutagun
Phone: +1 877-885-2513
- The New Chitose Airport is located 87 miles from the hotel.
- Complimentary airport transfers are available.
Facilities & Amenities
Bloom Spa offers a wealth of wellness activities, including a swimming pool and a 32-square-meter fitness center; additional sporting pursuits can be taken in muscle toning and stretching classes, on the three tennis courts and on the 18-hole, par-71 golf course, against the backdrop of the Uchiura Bay. Kids can join in on the fun as well, with a nine-hole miniature golf course and organized activities like junior bartending, flower arranging, culinary classes with the hotel patissier and child-friendly exercise programs that teach the benefits of a healthy lifestyle at an early age.
Adventure seekers flock to Toya’s expansive recreational playground. There are opportunities for nature treks by foot or on horseback, mountain biking, canoeing and Nordic walking; the nearby ski areas of Rusutsu and Niseko invite snowshoe hiking, snow tubing and skiing. More calming excursions include star gazing, glass blowing, lantern making and “ropeway” sightseeing.
The hotel is well-equipped to host a variety of events, with more than 1,700 square meters of meeting space for business functions, and an on-site chapel and banquet hall for weddings and social gatherings.
Rooms & Dining
The 386 guest rooms, including 114 suites, are classified into “premier” or “casual” categories to cater to all types of guests. Premier accommodations comprise amenities like bathrooms with LCD TVs and tubs overlooking Lake Toya, as well as Japanese-style rooms and suites that are thoughtfully detailed with tatami seats, shoji doors and hinoki bathtubs. Casual rooms come furnished with modern comforts and double, twin and triple lodging options.
An authentic Japanese dining experience or tea service can be enjoyed at the Michelin Three-Star Arashiyama Kitcho, or guests can satisfy their appetites with grilled teppanyaki-style specialties at Out of Africa. The lakefront Tojisanka, an enticing eatery rebuilt from part of a private home and relocated to its present hotel location, provides a relaxed ambience to enjoy seasonal specialties paired with sake and shouchu. French fare infused with Hokkaido’s regional seafood, vegetables and fine meats can be enjoyed at the Michelin Three-Star Michael Bras TOYA Japon, as well as at Gilligan’s Island restaurant. La locanda del pittore, a family friendly pizzeria, attracts with Italian dishes and a welcoming fireplace setting.
A portion-controlled menu is available at Bloom Spa.