Colorado’s mountainous landscapes hold many natural hot springs, several of which have built up resorts and nighttime accommodations. Relax your worries away in a mineral hot springs, then retreat to your on-site room. These hot springs resorts all offer overnight accommodations, ranging from your typical hotel room with shared access to the pools, to secluded cabins with your own private soaks.
Hot Spring with Hotels and Cabin Rentals
You can stay overnight at more than a dozen hot springs around the state, with options ranging from typical hotel/motel room, to yurt and teepees. There are even a few hot springs with camping. Some are private resorts and others are open to the public during the day for hot springs use.