15 Jul Extend Relaxation with Local Spa Services
In addition to relaxing and rejuvenating in the mineral pools at Iron Mountain Hot Springs, for the ultimate day of bliss consider booking a massage or treatment at one of the many day spas in Glenwood Springs.
Soaking in the mineral-rich water at Iron Mountain Hot Springs is a sure way to ease tension and relax. The water, which ranges in temperature from 98° to 108°F (36° to 42°C), goes a long way toward soothing sore muscles and reducing stress. While you’re soaking, fourteen minerals dissolved in the water work to boost your immune system, improve circulation, and enhance your mood. Our 2-1/2 hour soaking time slots are available daily by making reservations online. For those guests who want to relax even more deeply, we recommend booking a massage or specialty spa treatment at a Glenwood Springs spa.
Glenwood Springs is one of Colorado’s premier spa towns, offering a wide variety of options that run the gamut from classic massages to hour’s long, head-to-toe treatments. Check out our guide to Glenwood Springs spas below, including information about COVID-19 procedures.
Currently, all Glenwood Springs spas require guests to book their appointments in advance, either online or by phone. Guests must wear face coverings. Disposable paper masks are recommended as being the most comfortable during massage and body treatments. Spa guests should also be prepared for temperature checks by staff members when they arrive on site.
In addition to new etiquette standards for guests, spas also require their employees to wear face coverings at all times and they’ve implemented enhanced cleaning and hygiene procedures to help ensure an environment that promotes the health and wellbeing of all.
Glenwood Springs Spas
A Sanctuary Spa. Take care of your body with a massage tailored to fit into your busy day. Choose time increments of 30 or 45-minutes, an hour or longer. In addition to massage, other feel-good treatments include rain drop therapy, reflexology and a salt or sugar body scrub.
C-Spa & Salon. Choose from a wide variety of massage and body treatments that range from classic modalities to energy work and even a chocolate massage! Spa packages are equally diverse, offering relaxation with fun, creative elements.
Simply Massage. Enjoy a customized massage that targets your specific needs whether that is to simply take a timeout to relax, refresh sore muscles or work on recovering from an injury. A massage therapist can help you determine which type of massage best addresses your unique needs. You can also add on enhancements including oxygen or aromatherapy, CDB, cupping and more.
Spa of the Rockies. While temporarily closed, check for reopening information on their website.
Splendor Mountain Spa. Offering the only Watsu and Water Dance therapy in Glenwood Springs, Splendor Mountain Spa features a 3,000-gallon pool for specialized water-based therapies. In addition to an assortment of full-body treatments and packages, massage services include therapeutic, deep tissue, shiatsu, hot stone and reflexology.
Yampah Spa & Vapor Caves. One of Glenwood’s most historic spas, the Yampah Spa and Vapor Caves features a unique setting for a mineral-rich steam bath. Many spa treatments include an hour of relaxation in the fabled vapor caves for up to an hour prior to your appointment. In addition, be sure to inquire about Yampah’s value-packed monthly special.
Make reservations to visit Iron Mountain Hot Springs today!
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