Taboo Muskoka

Getaways are time to press the escape key and enjoy a little R&R with your significant other, family or friends. They can also be a chance to explore, learn something unexpected or try something new.

Just 90 minutes north of Toronto, Taboo Muskoka is refreshing perceptions of the traditional “cottage country” time-out with a range of great escapes for different tastes.

Sure, Taboo provides that now Instagram worthy waterfront location right on Lake Muskoka, casual comfort, a storied past dating back to its founding as the Muskoka Beach Inn in 1926, and even a hallmark of many historic Canadian resorts, a Stanley Thompson designed golf course, the 9-hole Sands.

But this resort has also long been something of a trendsetter, since opening its Ron Garl designed Taboo golf course, signing up then-spokesperson, Mike Weir, who became 2003 Masters Champion, eschewing the areas’ typical classic décor for stylish boutique chic, and then dubbing their entire 1,000 acre playground with that cheeky, memorable name.

Today’s Taboo Muskoka continues to perfect the easy, urban-meets-country escape and fill it with unexpected touches, like valet parking included with every stay.

An all-new Spa Taboo, designed by leading modernist firm Cecconi Simone and featuring treatments with celeb-coveted, organic Eminence products, invites guests to unwind and feel as sleek as their surroundings. Themed spa escape packages, monthly special features and an expanded treatment menu, coming for summer 2104, provide reasons to return.

Outdoors, golf at Taboo has also gotten an update, now offering unlimited day-of play, in addition to their popular 15-minute tee time intervals, savings on multi-round passes perfect for cottagers, and some of the most attractive stay & play options to be found across this must-play golf region.

A surprise to many who focus first on the fashionable hotel building embracing the lake, Taboo Muskoka also encompasses a growing network of nature trails for hiking, mountain biking and exploring.

For more information visit: www.taboomuskoka.com