Durango Hot Springs Resort + Spa Adds New Event Spaces

Durango Hot Springs Resort + Spa, Southwest Colorado’s hot springs facility and wellness resort, has announced the opening of several new private event spaces. Five new outdoor event spaces are now available, providing an ideal backdrop for getaways, corporate meetings, weddings and group events. Guests can choose from intimate hot spring mineral pools to spacious areas with a private cold plunge and fire pit. Catering is also available.

What's to know? The Piedra mineral hot springs pool fits 10 or more guests and is ideal for dinners, wedding vows, corporate team-building activities and presentations. The space also includes four tables and chairs, a fire pit and plenty of room to relax and unwind. Alternatively, the Purgatory cold plunge and hot springs pool combo gives groups the ability to experience contrast therapy, or going from cold to hot, in privacy. Located next to Piedra, Purgatory can be an add-on for the Piedra event space.

Separately, Florida is a mountainside mineral pool that affords views of the entire property and mountains beyond. It can comfortably accommodate 15 people, making it ideal for groups who want to soak, relax poolside and enjoy the views.

Durango Hot Springs Resort + Spa - Florida Event Space
Florida event space (Photo by Isaac Dean)

For small to medium parties, Haviland provides the perfect mixture of spaces both in and out of the pool. Comfortably accommodating six people, the Haviland pool offers views of the valley and surrounding mountains. Also catering to smaller groups, the Electra mineral hot springs pool comfortably fits six people, making it well suited for families, bachelor or bachelorette parties, intimate birthday celebrations or small executive gatherings.

Additionally, guests can design a full-fledged wellness getaway with massages, body treatments and facials at the Durango Hot Springs Resort + Spa. Wellness getaways can be tailored to a variety of guests.

“Integrating wellness into events allows guests a chance to take a break from the daily grind and unwind in an intentional setting,” said Mason Quick, operations manager at Durango Hot Springs Resort and Spa. “Wellness retreats at the resort can help build meaningful relationships, while activities like a cold plunge can help build team resilience.”

For more information, visit www.dhsresort.com.

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