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Wall Street Journal – On the final descent into Durango, make a stop at the Durango Hot Springs Resort and Spa. A recent $10 million renovation created a luxurious soaking complex centered on the Animas River Valley’s mineral-rich geothermal waters.
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Men’s Journal – The gorgeously expanded Durango Hot Springs Resort & Spa, now offering over 40 thermal pools of varying temperatures with an alpine backdrop.
The Denver Gazette – In case you haven’t heard, there’s a hot spring destination in southwestern Colorado that needs to be on your summer bucket list.
AFAR – If you like history, hot springs, and national parks, this route in southwestern Colorado is an excellent place to start. Considering it’s 236 miles, you’ll need at least two or three days to do the byway justice. Go for a soak at Durango Hot Springs Resort & Spa, or take a bike ride along the Animas River Trail.
InsideHook – The real game-changer here is Durango Hot Springs’ AquaGen system that adds “nanobubbles” to their water. This not only improves the water quality but it absorbs into your skin giving you more oxygen straight to your bloodstream.
Denver Business Journal – They rebranded to Durango Hot Springs, and the property is now home to 32 hot springs pools, two cold plunge pools and a separate swimming pool, as well as saunas, food options and other amenities.
Ski Magazine – Durango Hot Springs Resort + Spa, which was completely renovated and reopened in 2020 with a couple dozen soaking pools and a spring-fed swimming pool, is a huge boon to this community.
Uncover Colorado – Luckily on the 26-mile drive between the resort and downtown, you’ll pass the entrance to the Durango Hot Springs Resort & Spa. This resort is an all-new, revamped version of the former Trimble Hot Springs. So soak assured, that everything is modern and well cared for.
Outside Magazine – The historic Durango Hot Springs Resort and Spa, a recently renovated and expanded wellness oasis south of Purgatory Ski Resort in the San Juan Mountains, is an exceptional setting in which to enjoy that geothermal magic.
Condé Nast Traveller – At the newly renovated Durango Hot Springs Resort + Spa in Colorado’s San Juan Mountains, you can watch live music performances while hopping around the outdoor complex of 41 soaking and plunge pools and eight Japanese-inspired Ofuro soaking tubs.
5280 Magazine – A change in ownership transformed humble Trimble Hot Springs into world-class Durango Hot Springs Resort & Spa.
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