The 10 Best Spa Hotels in Colorado! By
A little pampering is good for the soul. Quite often, it’s easier to accomplish away from home. With amenities ranging from steam rooms to exfoliating scrubs, these 10 Colorado spas have everything you need to feel refreshed and revitalized.
One hundred years of exceptional hospitality to travelers has earned this resort the AAA Five-Diamond and Forbes Five-Star award consecutively for years. The 5,000-acre property provides endless possibilities for adventure, exploration and, for those looking to unwind, relaxation at the spa. Treatments are customized to create restorative and rejuvenating experiences. In addition to personalized therapies, there is also access to dry saunas, steam rooms and aromatherapy rooms.
Put on a robe and slippers, provided by this spa, and get ready for some pampering. There are so many options: therapeutic massage, exfoliating scrubs and firming wraps, facials and manicures and pedicures. Plus enjoy the lounge, pool, jacuzzi, steam or sauna room, all without leaving the 10,000-square-foot award-winning wellness venue. Sit out on the patio and refresh with a view of the spectacular Flatiron Mountains.
Year-round, this charming boutique hotel blends high mountain comfort with exhilarating possibilities. There’s no better place to experience those possibilities than at the luxurious Bloom Spa, right onsite. Massage therapies include a classic approach, body recovery, aromatherapy, Thai, healing stone, a couples refresh and a mother-to-be stress reducer. All products used are organic, eco-friendly, biogenic, anti-inflammatory and cruelty-free.
From a distance, this resort appears to be growing out of the mountain side, nestled among stands of alpine evergreens. It’s timeless appeal is predicated on an old-world American West lodge, filled with warmth, comfort and hospitality. The spa compliments that appeal with a commitment to renewal of and relaxation for the whole body. The spa sanctuary includes 19 treatment rooms for massage, facials and body wraps, a luxurious nail salon, men’s, women’s and co-ed grottos with steam rooms, saunas and both hot and cold plunge pools.
Accolades from travel experts identify this resort as one of the coziest hotels in one of America’s favorite mountain towns. That’s no surprise. The views are spectacular, the food is divine, adventures abound year-round and the spa is a tranquil, soothing retreat. Spiritual well-being, stress reduction, detoxification and revitalization are the four benefits of a visit. Of course there are massage therapists on-hand in a variety of techniques, plus all body treatments, facials and a rejuvenating salon.
Sometimes casinos get a bad rap, but there’s more to them then slot machines and buffets. At this 7,000-square-foot spa, far away from the din of the gaming areas, are moments of peace and quiet where, it’s a really good bet, that pampering takes place. Massages, facials, body treatments, a full service salon, as well as hot tubs, a sauna and steam room and a half-dozen of private treatment rooms all help relieve tension and soothe body, mind and spirit.
People have been soaking in the healing waters at this resort for hundreds of years, from the early Native Americans to present day visitors. Rich in natural minerals, these waters not only are relaxing, they are known to help with all manner of health conditions. Add on a massage or some therapeutic body work to a stay and you’ll leave with a refreshed and re-energized perspective on day-to-day living.
Leave your worries, stress and tension behind at this sanctuary and retreat where all are welcome to enjoy the soothing, healing waters of these mineral hot springs. The waters, piped form private artesian springs, are warm and soothing. Additionally, the spa offers a wide-range of massage services from deep tissue to reflexology to warm basalt stone. Deep-cleansing facials bring with them a healthy radiant glow.
Yampah, or Big Medicine. That’s what the Native Americans called the therapeutic spring waters found here. Today, it’s known as the World’s Largest Hot Springs Pool—405 feet-long and 100 feet-wide. After a soak … or two … be sure to get a massage. There’s one for every ailment. Don’t miss a steam wrap, body scrub, body polish, mud wrap or rain scrub, either.
A checkered history that celebrates a mining boom town and a miner’s unrequited love is the backstory to this landmark hotel and spa. Throughout the years, it’s been reinvented many times, but currently it a boasts exceptional accommodations and a renowned spa. Skilled therapists have healing hands that bring calm and comfort to the whole body through massage and facial treatments.