Colorado Hot Springs Guide – Best Spa Resorts and Hotels

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Colorado Hot Springs Guide – Best Spa Resorts and Hotels

Go most visited Colorado mountain’s well established and natural hot springs spa & resorts to get warm feeling & relaxation soaking your body in mineral water pool.

Are you searching for a peaceful place to get mind & body relax? Whether you’re looking for a pool to take a dip in or a secluded mineral hot spring, go Colorado. Beyond the powder-dusted ski slopes and towering pine tree-lined trails, Colorado is also noted for its ancient geothermal hot springs which, according to Native American belief, hold curable powers. Many of these developed springs have been modernized over the years into luxury or rustic resorts that offer guests a chance to relax among the natural beauty of the Rocky Mountains while also enjoying the invigorating warmth of the hot springs. Have a look on compiled list of our favorite places of hot springs spa resorts and hotels in Colorado, mentioned below-

Colorado Hot Springs Resorts

Dunton Hot Springs

When a luxury travel magazine deems a location one of its favorite places on the planet, you know it’s special. Yet the word special seems an understatement when it comes to Dunton Hot Springs, located in southwestern Colorado’s San Juan Mountains. In the 1990s, investors spent more than $3 million to transform this former ghost town into a boutique luxury resort that caters to a maximum of 42 guests. In addition to the full-service spa, gourmet cuisine, and luxury cabins, there are the springs, of course – five in all, ranging from 85 to 106 degrees. Three springs, including one inside a charming 19th-century bathhouse, and two smaller outdoor pools are available to all guests, while two private springs are accessible to guests of specific cabins.

Wiesbaden Hot Springs Spa

Colorado Hot Sulphur Springs

Hot Sulphur Springs

Relax in the Wiesbaden’s continually flowing natural hot springs vapor cave with 108 degrees soaking pool, outdoor swimming pool of 99 to 102 degrees, and the Lorelei, a private outdoor spa with soaking pool, secluded for private use. All of the springs of the Wiesbaden flow pure and have no chemicals or additives. There is no re-circulated water at the Wiesbaden as each pool is continually flowing in one side and out the other. In winter the Wiesbaden is heated by its geothermal water. It is a beautiful spa resort and hotel.

Mount Princeton Hot Springs Resort

Located off Highway 285 within the heart of the Colorado Rockies, Mount Princeton Hot Springs resort is surrounded by towering peaks. Fed by geothermal waters that are odorless and colorless, the Princeton’s pools maintain an average of 95 degrees F. Adults and kids can cool off on the resort’s 300-foot long water slide that empties into the cooler 75-degree pool located on the upper deck. A variety of rooms are available, including lodge rooms that sit adjacent to the pools or a rustic cabin that can accommodate up to eight guests and contains a kitchenette. All rooms include complimentary use of the pools, high-speed Internet access, satellite TV and coffee maker. Smoking and pet-friendly rooms are also available. So visit this amazing hot springs spa resort and hotel.

Glenwood Hot Springs Lodge and Pool

Glenwood Springs, situated between the internationally renowned Rocky Mountain ski resorts of Aspen/Snowmass and Vail/Beaver Creek with close proximity to Sunlight Ski Resort, is the perfect Western Colorado small town location for the ideal mountain vacation getaway. Starlight Lodge, the closest motel located one block west of the Hot Springs Pool is centrally situated at Interstate 70 in the heart of Glenwood Springs, within walking distance to all attractions. The two-block-long Glenwood Hot Springs Lodge and Pool complex in Glenwood Springs caters to families with its 93-degree swimming pool, 104-degree therapy pool, diving pool, kiddie pool, and waterslides. There are also locker rooms, an athletic club, a snack bar, and geothermal-heated hotel rooms, not to mention the Yampah Spa and Vapor Caves next door, where you can sauna inside a natural cave.

Indian Springs Resort

Indian Hot Springs Resort offers separate men’s and women’s geothermal cave baths that average from 104 to 112 degrees F, private indoor pools and an outdoor mineral water swimming pool. Open year-round, the property is located 45 minutes outside of Denver and features a variety of lodging options. Guests may reserve a standard hotel room, a more spacious cabin or bring their tent and camp. All rooms include space for two, complimentary mineral water soaking at the pool and discounted rates for the hot mineral baths. Visiting this colorado hot springs spa resort and hotel may very beneficial for you.

Hot Sulfur Springs

Your clothes may smell like sulfur for several days afterward, but your memories of soaking in Hot Sulfur Springs will likely last a lot longer. These springs are located on the western edge of the town of Hot Sulfur Springs, the county seat for Grand County. Visitors are encouraged to keep conversation to a minimum and signs to keep it quiet are posted throughout. There’s a cold water pool with a little slide for kids, four different hot pools for the whole family to enjoy, including one inside a covered shed, and dozens more for adults only. You can see little bits of the minerals floating around in the pools, which takes some getting used to.

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