Desert Hot Springs hotels
Hotels in Desert Hot Springs
Nestled in the foothills of the San Bernardino Mountains just 11 miles north of Palm Springs, Desert Hot Springs is one of southern California’s gems. You can find Desert Hot Springs hotels and spas that take advantage of hot mineral waters provided by two aquifers to soothe and relax their guests. Whether you are looking for a spa retreat or a simple weekend getaway, visit Orbitz.com to find some of the lowest rates available on hotels, flights and rental cars.
Desert Hot Spring’s Eastside neighborhood was built on the city’s main aquifer, located near the edge of the Joshua Tree National Park. One of the neighborhood’s main attractions is Cabot’s Pueblo Museum, a 35-room adobe building that was home to the area’s first homesteader, Cabot Yerxa. Golf is a favorite activity in Desert Hot Springs, and both the Hidden Springs Country Club and Desert Dunes Golf Course are located here.
Miracle Manor Retreat (miraclemanor.com) prides itself on its policies with regards to sustainability and environmental protection. The hotel was designed with the desert in mind, opting to blend in and allow its guests to feel one with nature. The hotel spa offers individualized treatments, and breakfast is served each morning in the communal kitchen. Room rates start at $135 per night.
The Tuscan Springs Hotel and Spa (tuscansprings.com) is a 16-room Italian-inspired boutique hotel that utilizes the natural hot mineral waters in its three pools and two Jacuzzis. Each room is uniquely decorated to give visitors an Italian countryside feel and comes equipped with French doors leading out to a garden sitting area. Room rates start at $175 per night.
The Two Bunch Palms Resort and Spa (twobunchpalms.com) features a grotto with two separate pools carved out of stone. The hotel’s spa has a staff of 24 therapists that offer wellness classes and individualized spa treatments. The on-site restaurant offers breakfast, lunch and dinner, as well as tapas on the weekend. Room rates start at $139 per night.
The city center is home to many shops, theaters and restaurants, including the Thai Palms, Casa Blanca and La Palapa. Downtown Desert Hot Springs is a good place to rent a bike or stroll through town, soaking up the desert atmosphere and window shopping.
The Miracle Springs Resort and Spa (miraclesprings.com) offers 110 elegantly appointed rooms and suites, along with eight pools and hot tubs that utilize the natural hot mineral waters. The Capri Restaurant offers indoor and in-room dining, as well as outdoor dining by the pools. The hotel’s full-service spa offers wellness and beauty services. Rooms start at $55 per night.
The Desert Hot Springs Spa Hotel (dhsspa.com) was built with a central courtyard that features eight natural hot mineral water pools and 50 guest rooms that offer stunning views of the San Bernardino Mountains. Room rates start at $56 per night.
A Relaxing Spa Getaway
Visit southern California’s Desert Hot Springs and indulge yourself in a relaxing spa getaway. It is a place to relax, unwind and get away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life, and Orbitz can help you get there. To find low rates on Desert Hot Springs Hotels, rental cars and hotels, visit Orbitz.com.
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