Yes. Glenwood Hot Springs Resort offers three distinct room types – standard rooms, premier rooms and suites. There are 107 total guest rooms. There are connecting rooms for larger families or groups who want to stay linked through an inner doorway. This is a popular option for families with teenagers or adult children, or ski couples or friends who want to share a larger space on their vacay. Hotel guests will enjoy well appointed, non-smoking rooms with full access to the hot springs pool.
Yes. Glenwood Hot Springs Resort is a four-season resort in the Rocky Mountains that’s a perfect getaway any time of the year. During the summers, the resort is a perfect home base for sightseeing, whitewater rafting, hiking and biking, or spending the day at Glenwood Caverns Adventure Park. During the winter months, the hot springs are ideal for relaxing your muscles after a big day on the slopes at nearby resorts like Sunlight, Buttermilk and Aspen Highlands.
Glenwood Hot Springs Resort is in Glenwood Springs, about 157 miles west of downtown Denver and 181 miles from Denver International Airport. The resort is only a few blocks off Interstate 70 at Glenwood Springs. Take Exit 116 Glenwood Springs sits right along Interstate 70. Take Exit 116 toward Ski Areas/Sunlight Mtn/Snowmass/Aspen and turn right onto Colorado Highway82 East. Turn left at Grand Avenue and make a slight left toward 6th Street. At the traffic circle, take the first exit onto 6th Street and the Glenwood Hot Springs Resort is on the left. The physical address is 415 E 6th St.
The Glenwood Springs airport is too small to accommodate larger commercial flights. The nearest airport with commercial air service is Eagle County Regional Airport is 32 miles away. It is serviced by American, Delta and United. The Aspen-Pitkin County Airport is 44 miles from Glenwood Hot Springs Resort and is serviced by the same airlines. Denver International Airport is 181 miles from the resort and has numerous in-bound and outbound flights daily.
Any time of year is a fantastic time to visit Glenwood Hot Springs Resort, but there are certain promotions that are entertaining and can save you money – but only during specific times of the year. If you’re interested in rafting the magnificent Colorado River in beautiful Glenwood Canyon, our Whitewater Adventure Package during the summer months is perfect! Our Fly Fishing Package is ideal during warm-weather months from April to October, and during the winter and off-season when there is less activity in the river. Other promotions – like our rejuvenating Wellness Package – make for a great getaway any time of year.
Yes. It’s probably best to make a reservation as the resort is one of the finest destinations in the city. The hot springs are exceptionally popular all year, and guests of the hotel have unlimited access to one of the most unique amenities in the entire state. You may get lucky and score a room during a low-traffic period, but peak times like the holidays and spring break book up fast. For the best selection of rooms, we recommend reserving your accommodations at least a couple of weeks in advance. For peak times like Christmas, New Year’s, President’s Week, Memorial Day, Fourth of July, Labor Day and Thanksgiving, reserve your accommodations as soon as you can.
Yes. Everything at the resort is geared toward a quality family experience, no matter everyone’s age. The hot springs pool is fun for anyone. It’s a different experience than visiting a normal swimming pool. It makes for an enjoyable soak and promotes a laid-back vibe – from early morning dips before a day of activity to enchanting afternoon or evening respites. Guest rooms are the ideal mix of functionality and grandeur – comfy and well-appointed, but without overly frilly accoutrements that can be easily damaged or harmful to children. Overall, the city of Glenwood Springs is safe and chock-full of family fun!
Yes. Glenwood Hot Springs Resort is located right next to the Colorado River, Interstate 70 and Highway 82. There are a few fast-food restaurants and a gas station near Exit 116 off I-70. There are several eateries, shops and services within walking distance, and a nice portion of downtown is just south of the resort across the bridge. There, you can find a wonderful grouping of local restaurants, bars, a bike shop, drug store, bookstore and a public library. The city police department, county courthouse and post office are all in this walkable area south of the resort.
Yes. Amtrak’s California Zephyr is a convenient, affordable and fun ride through the majestic Rocky Mountains to Colorado’s top hot springs destination. The train makes daily trips from Denver, with boundless scenery to enjoy along the way, like Moffat Tunnel, Fraser Canyon, Rocky Mountain National Park near Granby, Gore Canyon and Glenwood Canyon. The Hot Springs Hopper provides free shuttle service to and from the Glenwood Springs Amtrak stop to the resort.
For the safety of our guests and the cleanliness of the hot springs, pets are prohibited. Only certified service animals with their owners will be permitted at Glenwood Hot Springs Resort. No pets – including emotional support animals – are allowed at the pool. Pets are also prohibited inside the hotel or in any guest rooms, according to hotel policy.
Yes. The Grill and Snack Bar at poolside have everything from wonderful frozen treats to savory quarter-pound cheeseburgers and fries. Kids especially love our amazing soft-serve ice cream. All lodge guests can catch breakfast or lunch daily, or walk up to the Snack Bar window during the summer for an immediate treat.
Yes. The hotel greets guests 365 days a year. The hot springs are kept at a cozy 104 degrees Fahrenheit, and there’s nothing better than a steamy swim after a full day of making turns on the nearby slopes. For a memorable holiday, spend Christmas at the resort and take the family for a memorable dip on Christmas Eve or Christmas morning. Or how about a romantic getaway with that special someone for a Valentine’s Day you and your mate will never forget?