We do not take reservations for soaking. Pools are not under occupancy restrictions. Guests are served on a walk-in basis.
Tickets are not sold in advance. Soaking times are not limited.
INFINITY POOL: Private stall restrooms with showers are available for guest use.
SPA: Locker rooms and showers are open.
Rentals: Towel – Locker – Robe
BATHHOUSE : Towels are available for a rental fee. Self-service lockers are available for a fee. Robes are available for purchase only.
INFINITY POOL: Towels are available for a rental fee. Limited locker are available for rental. Robes are not available.
SPA: Spa access is restricted to hotel guests and spa services guests. Towels are included for these patrons. Robes are included with purchase of spa services. Robe rentals are not available at this time.
Masks are not required.
Couple massages are not currently available. Please see our menu of services for current options.
Masks continue to be required to be worn by guest and service provider for the duration of treatments.
Clients will be asked to complete a COVID-19 symptoms survey prior to receiving spa treatments.
Spa pools are reserved for hotel guests and spa service patrons only. Guests must be age 16 or older to access the spa and its amenities. Steam rooms and Sauna are currently closed.
Private Pool Access
Private Soak packages are available for purchase to day use and hotel guests. View options.
Reservations recommended. Call 719-395-2447 extension 7 to reserve.
Cleaning and Sanitation Practices
Common areas are regularly treated with our partner, Cintas, a nationally recognized leader in facility services.
All resort departments utilize Ecolab’s EPA-recommended products.
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Your Overnight Stay
Mount Princeton Hot Springs Resort offers a variety of lodging types for any party. Each choice offers a unique ambiance and experience. This expansive 70 acre resort is located in Nathrop, Colorado at an elevation 8,250 feet above sea level. This unique location is surrounded by 14,000 foot peaks with incredible views of the Chalk Cliffs of Mount Princeton.