Are you looking for a relaxing experience in Colorado? Head to these spa options to find soaking opportunities, massage therapy, acupuncture, and more.

1. The Springs Resort & Spa

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The Springs Resort & Spa in Pagosa Springs, Colorado. Photo courtesy of The Springs Resort & Spa.

Perched along the banks of the San Juan River sits the deepest geothermal hot spring in the world. Located in Pagosa Springs, The Springs Resort & Spa is a zen-inducing haven with mountain views, lush nature scenes, and 24 mineral water hot spring pools. Whether you’re looking for a hot river-stone massage, hydrating botanical facial, or scenic riverside soak, this Colorado resort and spa will be sure to soothe your body and soul.

2. Garden of the Gods Club and Resort Spa

Experience true mountain bliss at Garden of the Gods Club and Resort Spa. Treat yourself to a relaxing spa day with a variety of therapeutic treatments at this gorgeous Front Range resort. The 10,000 square-foot mountain resort is found in Colorado Springs, with an infinity pool overlooking the naturally striking scenery of Garden of the Gods. It’s a perfect spot for hosting weddings, meetings, and company retreats. Overnight lodging is also available.

3. Glenwood Hot Springs Resort

Glenwood Hot Springs Resort
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Soak up the suds and explore a series of luxurious spa treatments surrounded by mountain scenery at the largest hot springs pool in the world. Glenwood Hot Springs Lodge is a one-of-a-kind spot to unwind with a 107-room lodge situated peacefully in Glenwood Springs. The “biggest” pool at 405 feet long and 100 feet wide holds about 1,071,000 gallons of water.

4. SunWater Spa

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Calm your soul with a rejuvenating soak in “cedar tea” at Sunwater Spa in Manitou Springs. Located just a short distance from downtown Colorado Springs, this hidden gem offers the perfect mountainside setting for some much-needed relaxation. Slip into one of the cedar pools (one private, seven public) for a refreshing dip.

5. The Peaks Resort & Spa

A beautiful mountain backdrop, a full-service spa and salon, state-of-the-art fitness equipment, and a wide selection of rooms, suites, and penthouses are just some of the reasons to visit the Peaks Resort & Spa in Telluride. Located just steps away from the Mountain Village Gondola, the 42,000 square-foot sanctuary is unforgettable. At the spa, you’ll find an assortment of post-adventure treatments including mountain meditation, post-slopes foot therapy, deep forest detox treatment, and the traveler’s “recovery facial.”

6. Joyful Journey Hot Springs Spa & Event Center

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Renew your spirit with a relaxing getaway to Joyful Journey Hot Springs in Moffat. If an off-the-grid experience is what you’re after, this is it. Soak up the benefits of the healing mineral waters, enjoy a variety of spa therapies, and cap it off with a colorful sunset overlooking the San Luis Valley. There are a variety of accommodations offered for guests looking to stay overnight, including hotel rooms, yurts, RV sites, and campsites. It’s also worth mentioning that entry to the pool is free on your birthday with a valid ID. Clothing optional nights are held in the hot pool on select dates.

7. The Spa at The Broadmoor

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The Broadmoor Hotel is located in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Photo Credit: ivanastar (iStock).

Escape to luxury at The Spa at The Broadmoor. Framed by mountains, the beautiful and tranquil setting of the resort will help you unwind. Various cafes, lounges, a tennis court and fitness center, 26 boutiques, 3 golf courses, and 10 restaurants span across the 5,000-acre property nestled just minutes outside of downtown Colorado Springs. There are also a number of outdoor activities you may be interested in exploring, including guided mountain biking, hiking, scenic waterfalls, rock climbing, zip-lining, fly fishing, paintball, and more.

8. Mount Princeton Hot Springs Resort

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Pair your next Buena Vista trip with a relaxing soak at the Mount Princeton Hot Springs Resort in Nathrop, Colorado. Located between the mountain towns of Buena Vista and Salida, this riverside spot is the perfect destination for the adventurous spa-goer. Quiet your mind and let your troubles drift away as you soak in the natural waters bubbling up to 140 degrees Fahrenheit. Beyond the spa amenities, be sure to add a little thrill to your visit by splashing down the 400-foot hot water slide. The slide is typically open from Memorial Day to Labor Day. Lodging is also available at the resort, as well as plenty of scenic space for weddings and corporate events.

9. Exhale Spa

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Embark on an incredible spa experience with revitalizing treatments at Exhale Spa located at the Park Hyatt Beaver Creek Resort. Not is only is the resort pet-friendly (dogs up to 70 pounds), but it’s surrounded by beautiful mountain scenery at the base of Beaver Creek. From indoor and outdoor heated pools to a variety of fitness classes to 23 private spa therapy rooms offering massage, facials, acupuncture, and nail care, you’ll find everything you need to relax here.

10. Ritz-Carlton Denver Spa

Sip champagne, sit back, relax, and get pampered at the Ritz-Carlton Denver Spa. Mile High City-goers searching for a luxurious spa destination will find it here. Escape from the hustle and bustle of the city and relax your body and mind with custom massages, facials, salon services, body treatments, and much more.

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