You Come to Glenwood Springs for the Hot Springs; Stay Here for the Convenience
A central location with proximity to top Colorado attractions makes Glenwood Hot Springs a go-to destination for visitors.
First things first. Getting to Glenwood Hot Springs is a breeze; an easy drive from either Denver or Grand Junction along I-70. Or, as an alternative to driving, take the train. Amtrak makes daily stops in Glenwood Springs. No car? No problem. Take one of the valley’s RFTA buses for a daytrip to Aspen or the Maroon Bells. Other sightseeing opportunities nearby include Hanging Lake, Glenwood Canyon and the Doc Holliday memorial.
Once arrived, everything visitors need to relax and rejuvenate is located on-property. In addition to the geothermal pools, the resort features an award-winning spa and a 107 room hotel. When guests stay at the Glenwood Hot Springs Lodge, they also get extras like unlimited admission to the Hot Springs Pool and a complimentary, full, hot breakfast at the restaurant.
During the winter when Colorado skiing is at its peak, Glenwood Hot Springs’ visitors can access seven ski areas, all within an hour’s drive of Glenwood Springs including Aspen Mountain, Snowmass, Aspen Highlands, Buttermilk, Sunlight, Vail and Beaver Creek! Another, popular draw is the Ski Swim Stay package, one of the state’s best ski deals which bundles lodging and swimming at Glenwood Hot Springs and skiing at Sunlight Mountain Resort, as well as transportation to and from Sunlight.
But a Glenwood Springs vacation would not be complete without a short walk across the bridge to the town’s vibrant shopping and dining district. Stroll, browse, shop and eat. Finally, after a day of exploring, take one last soothing soak in the hot springs pool before turning in for the night. What could be more convenient and relaxing?
Find out how easy it is to plan and book a Colorado getaway to Glenwood Hot Springs at www.visitglenwood.com.