A stay at a spa resort offers the ideal opportunity to take relaxation up a notch, with many of the top spots in Colorado located among spectacular mountain surroundings. You’ll also find some great options in the heart of the city. Enjoy a day of outdoor adventure or city exploits like shopping and cultural attractions, and then come back and indulge in a variety of indulgent treatments by booking one of these properties.
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The upscale Peaks Resort and Spa has boasts an idyllic ski-in/ski-out Mountain Village location and the largest spa in the state at 42,000-square-feet. It includes a lap pool, eucalyptus-infused steam rooms, Roman tubs, an oxygen lounge, dry saunas, a meditation area and a full-service salon along with 32 treatment rooms. There’s a fitness center with separate yoga and Pilates studios, cardio and weight machines while rooms are all pet-friendly and include iPod docks, mini-fridges, plush bathrobes and large granite bathrooms with separate soaking tubs. Some include balconies with gorgeous mountain views.
Overlooking Beaver Creek Mountain, this luxury property offers ski-in/ski-out access and it’s also home to the Allegria Spa. Its Aqua Sanitas Water Sanctuary is the highlight, inspired by ancient Roman bathhouses, providing an especially rejuvenating five-step hydrotherapy treatment. There are 23 treatment rooms and a wide range of offerings based on healing properties found in the local area, like the relaxing Colorado Wild Rose Cure. Salon services include nail and hair care as well as makeup application. The resort also has a heated outdoor pool, multiple hot tubs, an ice skating rink, and fireside dining, served indoors and out. The lodge-style rooms feature balconies with mountain views, while suites have kitchenettes, fireplaces, or both.
Enjoy direct access to skiing Beaver Creek Mountain in the winter and an outstanding base for hiking, mountain biking and whitewater rafting in the summer by staying at the. In between outdoor exploits, guests can look forward to indulging in treatments at the Westin Riverfront Resort & Spa. The 27,000-square-foot Spa Anjal, named one of the “Top 25 Spas in the World” by Condé Nast Traveler, takes inspiration from Mother Nature, with a wide range of massage options and treatments like the Wildflower Polish, an herbal scrub made with wildflowers and essential oils. There’s also an outdoor saline lap pool and three infinity hot tubs. The resort’s Athletic Club offers daily yoga, Pilates and cycling classes too. Rooms include the Westin’s signature Heavenly Beds, fireplaces and spacious bathrooms with soaking tubs.
The Springs Resort & Spa is one of the state’s top hot springs destinations with a wonderland of pools in varying temperatures, sizes and mineral compositions. It sits alongside the San Juan River, allowing guests to take a dip in the cool waters before hopping into one of the warm pools. Lodging includes plush spa robes and 24-hour access to the 23 mineral soaking pools. The spa itself provides massage and skin care treatments as well as specialty services such as AquaZen therapy and neuromuscular therapy.
The Ritz-Carlton is a beautiful property with traditional National Park-lodge style that dominates the base of Bachelor Gulch Mountain, providing ski-in/ski-out privileges. After a day of play, guests can head to the 21,000-square-foot spa to soothe sore muscles in the warm, jetted waters of the rock-lined grotto with waterfalls, take advantage of the hot and cold plunge pools, get revived with a deep tissue massage, enjoy a revitalizing facial or a tailored body treatment. The rustic yet luxurious guest rooms all feature marble bathrooms with soaking tubs.
Boulder is home to the luxurious St. Julien Hotel and Spa with rooms like the St. Julien Suite featuring a balcony and, deep soaking tub. Its spa includes 12 treatment rooms, a relaxation lounge, and an extensive menu of handcrafted spa treatments as well as salon services, including makeup, hair care, manicures, pedicures and waxing. In-room massages are available too. The surrounding area offers lots to do, including hiking on the scenic trails that skirt the famous Flatirons Mountains.
The Arrabelle at Vail Square reflects the romantic heritage and ambiance of the European Alps, with architectural touches of Innsbruck, Prague and Salzburg. Its spa boasts magnificent panoramic views of the surrounding Rockies, while body wraps, facials and indigenous massages incorporate high-quality organic ingredients. The property’s rooftop hot tub is ideal for a soak, while rooms include cozy throw blankets and fireplaces – some have balconies with spectacular mountain views.
The historic Broadmoor is a destination of its own, offering a wide range of activities like paddleboarding and fly-fishing along with a fantastic onsite spa. The Spa at Broadmoor features dry saunas, steam rooms and aromatherapy rooms and a full menu of treatment options incorporating ingredients from the natural surroundings. Enjoy hydrotherapy, a variety of massage options and skin care treatments.
The Oxford Hotel is Denver’s oldest, a Victorian-meets-art deco property that opened its doors in 1891. It hosts the Oxford Club, a beautiful two-story spa and salon with outstanding city streets views, offering everything from massages to chemical peels. The fitness center provides a full schedule of classes, including full-body workouts, yoga, fit barre, spin and more. Guests also enjoy high-end perks like butler service and a complimentary Lincoln Town car, while rooms feature beautiful four-poster beds and claw-foot tubs.
The historic Brown Palace in downtown Denver is a popular luxury city getaway for those who want to enjoy elegant Victorian influences, afternoon tea, Champagne brunch and decadent spa services. Guests can even book a special soak that draws from the natural artesian well that sits beneath the hotel. The spa has a full menu of rejuvenating massages, facials, body scrubs and also offers nail care, hair care and a eucalyptus aromatherapy steam room.