Colorado’s varied topography and unique geological structures makes for nearly two dozen chances to relax and soak in a hot springs across the state. Some of the more popular hot springs are Idaho Springs, Glenwood Springs, Aspen, Buena Vista, Penrose, Florence, Boulder, Hot Sulphur Springs, Nathrop, Moffat, Ridgway, Carbondale, Ouray, Pagosa Springs, Salida, Hooper, Villa Grove, Durango and the Weminuche Wilderness Area. Some are in primitive, natural settings, and some are very well-appointed.
Please check out our Colorado Hot Springs Guide for a complete list of hot springs. This guide also includes a short description of all the amenities at each location.
Spas, too, are plentiful – and the luxury and pampering cannot be overstated. Choose from dozens statewide, including the Allegria Spa at Beaver Creek; the Oxford Club Spa in Denver; the Spa at Dunton Hot Springs in Delores; the Spa at Cordillera in Edwards; the Spa at St. Julien, Boulder; the Spa at The Brown Palace, Denver; the Spa at The Broadmoor, Colorado Springs; Lazy U Spa, Granby; the Spa at The Peaks, Telluride; Yampah Spa, Glenwood Springs; and the Spa at Viceroy, Snowmass.