Glenwood Hot Springs Pool, Glenwood Springs

4.3
#1 of 1,838 in Spas in United States
The world’s largest hot springs pool, Glenwood Hot Springs Pool, has been a haven for spa-goers in the Rockies for over a century. The grounds’ sandstone bathhouse has been completely renovated with the Western spirit of the Rockies in mind to promote serenity between visitors and their natural surroundings. If you are craving some physical activity, you can swim laps in the deep end or hit the diving board. If you prefer to relax, simply sit back in the soothing minerals of the site's therapy pool, which is constantly kept at approximately 40 C (104 F). You can also stay at the spa's 107-room lodge, which offers mini golf and a childrens pool, in additional to its all-natural healing pools. Plan your Glenwood Hot Springs Pool visit and explore what else you can see and do in Glenwood Springs using our Glenwood Springs online trip itinerary builder.
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Glenwood Hot Springs Pool Reviews

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  • We have never stayed at Glenwood but we were coming for our first visit in September. Our son lives in Colorado, looking forward to seeing him But, due to coved19, we are unable to make this trip. We....  more »
  • Public pool with typical public amenities but it does provide lockers and is pretty clean. Quite enjoyed boiling and even using some of the larger jets to massage my back. Worth the 1 hour + drive.....  more »
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  • So cool! First time there! It was clean and wheelchair/Walker accessible in the bathrooms and in the pools. They were so welcoming to the Vets and those with extra needs. The ice cream was awesome! Trish and her staff were extremely friendly, professional, and helpful in getting our large group in and out of the Springs. Definitely stay hydrated! Those springs are HOT!
  • I like how they turned the natural spring pool into a public social thing. You do have to pay but membership is available. Too enjoyable to be having a phone and taking a picture of. This place is commercialized without being commercialized. It's much better than skiing in my humble opinion... It's still out in the open where you can see the sky, unlike a lot of other controlled natural springs where they build ugly walls and ceilings. Here you can still see the beautiful snow on the mountains. This place should be honored and appreciated. If you are brave and venture off into the mountains, you can soak in what they call "Hippie Dips" for free but that requires hiking, searching, bravery and time. Well worth the $17 shortcut to soak.
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