6 Spas & Wellness in Desert Hot Springs That You Shouldn't Miss

August 23, 2021 Agatha Simes

Natural hot springs abound in the Coachella Valley. Over 80 "spatels" proliferated in the 1950s and '60s. Several have been restored to their mid-century retro-hip splendor. Escape to the desert and choose decadent desert dens from the venerable Two Bunch Palms to clothing-optional Living Waters.
Restaurants in Desert Hot Springs

1. Sea Mountain Resort Nude Spa

66540 San Marcus Rd Sea Mountain Resort, Desert Hot Springs, Greater Palm Springs, CA 92240-2638 +1 760-251-4744 [email protected] http://www.seamountaininn.com/spa.html
Excellent
84%
Good
12%
Satisfactory
4%
Poor
0%
Terrible
0%
Overall Ratings

5.0 based on 67 reviews

Sea Mountain Resort Nude Spa

The awarded SPA a clothing Optional day and night spa-Couples and female only with mineral water nude resort and spaRanked best of by New York Times travel best of Esquire and Maxim and Best celebrity secret MTV VH1 this unique nude couples day spa club resort spa and night club is open every day of the year. With an eclectic mix of guests from across the universe one of earths most upscale and private Lifestyles Experience. 24 hour mineral water hot nude pools and 24 hour lifestyles taboo gardens dance lounge -awarded clean luxury and private all spas include complimentary Lunch and 24 hour snacks and beverages

Reviewed By 19Cali80 - San Diego, United States

My wife surprised me with a stay at Sea Mountain. She packed the car and told me to get in and drive, all I had to do was follow her directions. As we were buzzed in the door, we were met by a staff member who gave us a tour and showed us to our room. Let me say this is not a place for the prudish, you are expected to be nude and shall we says folks are not shy about displays of affection! With that being said it was one of the most relaxing stays we’ve ever had anywhere. The pool and jacuzzi were totally enjoyable, the outside temperature was a tad warm 102 so the pool was the place to be. Throughly enjoyed seeing my wife enjoy the pool so much and the lounge chairs were a comfortable way to relax. The drinks, snacks, and food provided by Sea Mountain were great and the ability to order dinner and have it delivered was a good way to go because who wants to leave once you get there. The all female staff were extremely helpful and easy to deal with. It was a quiet time of week to be there, only 5 or 6 other couples which was fine and there are only 15 rooms which is also fine with us. Bottom line, would we do it again? Damn right we would! My wife enjoyed it so much she told me we’d be going back every 3 or 4 months and I can’t wait! Thanks for a great time Sea Mountain, see you soon.

2. Living Waters Spa

13340 Mountain View Rd, Desert Hot Springs, Greater Palm Springs, CA 92240-6444 +1 760-329-9988 [email protected] http://www.livingwatersspa.com/Palm_Springs_Massage.htm
Excellent
93%
Good
0%
Satisfactory
0%
Poor
7%
Terrible
0%
Overall Ratings

5.0 based on 15 reviews

Living Waters Spa

Reviewed By karenmG5051LL - Farmington, United States

What an amazing day I had at Living Waters Spa! It’s clean, extremely relaxing and the owners Jeff and Judy made me feel welcome and comfortable. I got the Sunday massage special with Kat, and received one of the most therapeutic and enjoyable massages of my life. It was incredible and affordable. The two mineral water springs are the perfect temperatures and appear very well maintained. I was able to soak up the sun in my birthday suit, and step in the healing powers of the springs or sauna at my leisure all day. I’ve never done anything like this (with the exception of a European vacation 25 yrs ago) so I was a bit hesitant about entering the venue. However, it is extremely private, and Sami (staff member) met me at the door, showed me the facility and gave me the rundown on clothing optional etiquette, so I knew exactly where to go and what to do. After a day of relaxation, Jeff and Judy invited all the spa/hotel guests (also first-time clothing optional folks) to partake in housemade cocktails and/or hibiscus tea in the hot tub-like hot spring. The day was relaxing, loaded with natural vitamin D, and liberating. I highly recommend Living Waters Spa, if you’re looking to add some extra awesome to your spa day or vacation.

3. The Spring Resort and Spa

12699 Reposo Way, Desert Hot Springs, Greater Palm Springs, CA 92240-4762 +1 760-251-6700 http://www.the-spring.com
Excellent
78%
Good
11%
Satisfactory
11%
Poor
0%
Terrible
0%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 18 reviews

The Spring Resort and Spa

Reviewed By ItziB_13 - Los Angeles, United States

The Miracle Hill area of Desert Hot Springs (aka the Spa Zone) features quite a few resorts and spas with mineral water pools. I've been to three of them. The Spring is by far the best by every metric, a class of its own, an utterly soothing and refreshing experience that is worth every penny. I've visited the Spring several times over the years both for day use of the spa and as a guest at the hotel. Impeccable is the only word to describe my experience. WATER: The water of Desert Hot Springs is famous all over the world and for good reason. It is soft as silk, buoyant, soothing and calming. I'm no chemist but when I asked a staff person what makes the water so special, he gave me a list of the mineral content including sulfate, sodium, bicarbonate, chloride, calcium, silica, fluoride and magnesium. Whatever the formula, it's magical. So magical, in fact, that the water of Desert Hot Springs was recently named the Best Water in the World at the 30th Berkeley Springs International Water Tasting. POOLS: The pools are kept in absolutely perfect condition. And they are open 24/7 for hotel guests. Squeaky clean, the temperatures, chlorine level and cleanliness are monitored constantly. The swimming pool offers plenty of room for laps; there's also an outdoor jacuzzi and partially-enclosed relaxation pool. I love how they light candles near the relaxation pool at night time. SERVICE: Everyone at the Spring was helpful, courteous and thoughtful. An amazing balance of attention to detail with complete lack of stuffiness. HOTEL ROOMS: I stayed in the Mountain Suite which includes a kitchenette, patio, its own private entrance and parking spot, and stunning mountain views. Tons of thirsty towels, super clean, and beautifully decorated, I wanted to move in and was already planning what to say to the Sheriff when he came to evict me when I refused to leave. (Reality bites. I left of my own accord, much more relaxed.) Amenities include Spring robe and slippers, hair dryer, and toiletries. BREAKFAST: Included in your hotel stay, a breakfast of safely prepared foods are available daily from 8-10 am. I was served fruit, hard-boiled free-range eggs, yogurt, pumpernickle bread with cream cheese and jam, oatmeal and granola. Almond milk available, as well as coffee and tea. PANDEMIC SAFETY: Masks and social distancing were maintained, hand sanitizer was available and all safety protocols honored. Because The Spring is a small, boutique hotel, there is not a chance of running into big crowds. The clientele here tend to be the type that value solitude, so chances of running into overly chatty folks are slim to none. SPIRITUAL RENEWAL: Words cannot describe the effect of staying at the Spring. Was it watching the Moon and Mars rise in tandem from the jacuzzi? The mineral balance restored in my body? The effects of peace and quiet on my soul? All I know is that the stress of the past year had taken its toll and the Spring helped restore my peace of mind. Thank you.

4. Miracle Springs Spa

10625 Palm Dr Miracle Springs Hotel and Spa, Desert Hot Springs, Greater Palm Springs, CA 92240-2534 +1 760-251-6000 http://www.miraclesprings.com/spa.php
Excellent
44%
Good
25%
Satisfactory
17%
Poor
2%
Terrible
12%
Overall Ratings

4.0 based on 48 reviews

Miracle Springs Spa

5. Desert Hot Springs Spa

10805 Palm Dr, Desert Hot Springs, Greater Palm Springs, CA 92240-2511 +1 760-329-6000 http://www.dhsspa.com
Excellent
23%
Good
31%
Satisfactory
18%
Poor
14%
Terrible
14%
Overall Ratings

3.5 based on 93 reviews

Desert Hot Springs Spa

Reviewed By Logansmom6

This place was lovely and not too fussy/fancy. It seemed relaxing and midweek it was not crowded. $5/ seniors. There are 8 mineral pools - cool to 105 F . Changng rooms. Showers. Lockers. Lifeguard. Bring your own lock and towel. I will go again!

6. Massage By Susan

13355 Verbena Dr, Desert Hot Springs, Greater Palm Springs, CA 92240-7518 +1 562-253-7555 http://Suzzannesmassage.com

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