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Treat Your Mom in Toronto this Mother’s Day, Sunday May 11th

posted by: BW Plus Travel Hotel Toronto Airport on: April 30, 2014 07:08:34 PM

If you’ve watched the above video in its entirety, chances are you’re feeling like you owe your mom an extra special treat this mother’s day. Luckily for anyone in the Toronto area this Mother’s Day, there’s no shortage of places to make your mom feel like the most beloved parent in the world. Here are some suggestions, culled from Tourism Toronto’s guide to mother’s day in the city:

High Tea @ Black Creek Pioneer Village
11:30am – 2:30pm
Make your mom feel like a member of the Victorian aristocracy as she nibbles on finger sandwiches and sips premium tea at the Mother’s Day Tea Ceremony at the historic Black Creek Pioneer Village. This genteel ceremony is $34.95 per person (free for kids under 5). The reservation includes admission into the historic village for your entire group.

Spa Package @ Elmwood Spa
Pamper your mom with a luxurious spa treatment from Elmwood Spa, a multi-million dollar spa facility featuring two restaurants, a juice bar, thirty-four treatment rooms, a swimming pool, hot tubs and steam rooms. Elmwood offers two special mother’s day packages, which include dining, massage, water therapy, beauty treatments and special gifts. If you’d like to treat both your mom and dad, you can book an “exotic escape for two” which features couples Swedish massage and dinner for two at the award-winning Bangkok Garden restaurant.  

Toronto is a shopper’s paradise, with dozens of funky neighbourhoods and fashionable enclaves that offer everything from glitzy to shabby-chic. Tourism Toronto recommends Yorkville for designer brands, Leslieville for original décor, Queen West for hip and offbeat items and Kensington Market for vintage treasure hunting.

When you visit Toronto this spring, look to the BEST WESTERN PLUS Travel Toronto Airport Hotel to provide exceptional value for Toronto area accommodations.
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