Your wellness spa destination

The Kingfisher spa and hydropath are now both operating under the name Pacific Mist.

The spa at the Kingfisher Oceanside Resort & Spa has a reputation for attracting guests from near and far with the unique Pacific Mist Hydropath service.

The Pacific Mist Hydropath was built and launched in 2004. The unique treatment offers the many benefits of hydrotherapy including remineralization, detoxification, relaxation and more, in a setting that evokes Vancouver Island’s natural seaside elements.

The team at Kingfisher is excited to announce that the spa and hydropath are now both operating under the name Pacific Mist.

Along with a name and a logo, the Pacific Mist Spa introduces an updated menu with a generous selection of spa therapies focusing on the rich ingredients of the sea and interpreted to reflect the unique West Coast surroundings.

The Pacific Mist Spa and Hydropath is your wellness spa destination.

Calm your senses in the fresh ocean air; experience wellness in our Pacific Mist Hydropath; find balance in a tranquil yoga class and enjoy a Signature Spa Service to enhance your overall well-being.

— Kingfisher Oceanside Resort & Spa

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