Where is it?
It is in Riverside County which is in the southern section of California. The county is the fourth most populated province in California and obtained its name from the city of Riverside.
Most parts of the central and eastern division of Riverside County are desert areas. But the western portion has a Mediterranean climate.
The Coachella Valley region of central Riverside County holds Palm Springs, Palm Desert, and Desert Hot Springs. All these desert cities attract people from all over the world.
The famous Joshua Tree National Park is located in this county.
Why Should You Visit Desert Hot Springs at least Once?
Desert Hot Springs Magical Water
The Mission Creek Fault severs two aquifers. The Desert Hot Springs Sub-Basin on one side contains hot porewater. The Spas and resorts in the city utilize this water. Mission Springs Sub-basin, on the other side, holds cold water. This is the city’s freshwater support. Its extraordinary taste helps it to gain many awards.
Cabot’s Pueblo Museum
If you are more interested in Desert Hot Springs’ history, Cabot’s Pueblo Museum is the best place.
It is loaded with Native American artworks and artifacts, tokens of Cabot’s voyages around the world, exhibitions on Native American Rights, and Cabot’s artistries.
Cabot’s Pueblo is one of the engineering wonders. Cabot and Portia Yerxa started the works of this building in 1941, intending to make it a museum for the future. The Pueblo Museum was ceremoniously presented to visitors in 1950.
This building was built from reclaimed and unearthed materials of the Coachella Valley. Cabot utilized seized logs and abandoned cabins for its construction. He was motivated by Hopi structure, and the Pueblo is made from Cabot’s hands’ own adobe-style and sun-dried bricks.
Where to Stay When you Visit Desert Hot Springs?
The city awaits the visitors with its rejuvenating magical hot waters, enchanting mountains, unmatchable spa experiences, Joshua trees, boutiques, and many more.
It has well-facilitated resorts, mouth-watering cuisines, exotic beverages, and amazing shopping opportunities.
Their resort and spa experiences vary for your preferences- adults-only to family packages. Here is the list of top boutique hotels and spas in this area.
1. The Desert Hot Springs Spa Hotel
The Desert Hot Springs Spa Hotel is a perfect example of retro 60s architecture. The spa hotel stars fifty cozy rooms swathed around a large courtyard with lofty palms. It has scintillating natural hot mineral spring pools open 24 hours.
The 8 mineral spring hot tubs and soaking pools raise the bar of your vacation spirit. They offer the most inclusive and moderate spa treatments and beauty therapies in a fun, casual ambiance.
Sun soakers come from all over the place to engage in the tranquil and relaxing atmosphere. It is best for family stays and is children-friendly. Children’s Area, Bar, and Outdoor Activities are the other amenities.
Their facilities include Spa and wellness center, Fitness center, Hot tub, jacuzzi, and Sauna.
2. Two Bunch Palms
3. El Morocco Inn and Spa Resort
4. The Getaway
5. The Miracle Springs Resort & Spa
Miracle Springs Resort and Spa is just a few minutes away from the Joshua Tree National Park. Their eight natural hot mineral pools and poolside cabanas offer magnificent picturesque views. It faces gorgeous Palm Springs and the Coachella Valley.
They claim the best Italian food in town. Their Spa offers personalized therapies and services.
Palm Canyon Drive and shopping at Palm Springs add more spirit to your stay. Palm Springs Art Museum is the other option.
You can try the hiking, biking, and horseback riding trails in Coachella Valley surroundings. Mission Lakes Country Club’s Golf course is an opportunity for sports lovers.
The Palm Springs Aerial Tramway, 4,760 acre Mission Creek Preserve, and Palm Springs Air Museum are the nearest places you can visit during your stay.
Smoking is prohibited in the resort. They could accommodate groups of up to 300 in their three meeting rooms and event spaces. This spa hotel holds a ballroom, 5 villas, and around 110 guest rooms.
6. The Spring Resort & Spa
The spa was known as The Moors Hotel for over 45 years. It was originally built in 1957 and is now known as The Spring Resort and Spa.
This resort offers a natural Miracle Hill hangout against an exciting mountain backdrop.
The resort area is charmingly natural with its hand-painted sign and a rectangular pool.
The hotel was renamed The Spring in 2003. The resort witnessed many celebrities’ who escape from the hustles of their busy schedules for some private time.
Comfortable couch, fireplace, yoga classes, cleansing retreat programs, and shopping are the add ons during your stay here.
Healing Hot Waters
Domestic people to early Europeans have been attracted to hot mineral spring spas for centuries to encounter the therapeutic and healing powers of the soothing waters.