© Glen Ivy Hot Springs
While Glen Ivy Hot Springs does not offer overnight accommodations, there are several hotels in Corona where guests can stay for easy access to the resort.
Pools & Hot Springs
Glen Ivy Hot Springs is home to 19 pools for a uniquely personalized resort experience. The Mineral Baths channel the healing effects of natural hot springs into private soaking pools. The Lounge Pool is the ideal spot to relax on a float under the sun or meet with friends for a poolside drink. The salt water in the Saline Pool helps ease sore muscles and joints, while the Hot and Cold Plunge Pools offer a blast of energy as you move from hot to cold water.
For those who prefer to exercise in the water, the Lap Pool offers space for Aquafit and Aqua Zumba classes or a simple swim along the lanes.
From the Vista Pool, guests can enjoy views of the resort and the surrounding Santa Ana mountains. The North and South Pools are the resort’s sunniest bathing spots, with floating hammocks and two-person poolside cabanas available. Finally, the Roman Baths at the Bath House are set beneath classical stone arches and mosaics for a regal bathing experience.
Guests at Glen Ivy Hot Springs can choose from a variety of therapeutic body treatments, massages, and facials. The Quartz Massage is the resort’s signature treatment. Performed on a heated quartz sand table, this massage helps to relieve muscle and joint pain through the Ancient Greek practice of “psammotherapy.”
Other body treatments blend Swedish, warm stone and other massage techniques with warm mud, essential oils, and scrubs to target a range of therapeutic needs. Guests in need of improved sleep, help for sore feet or relief from arthritis can find their appropriate targeted treatments. The resort even offers couples massages, a new mother’s massage, and a team of certified therapists to treat past and present oncology patients.
Custom facial, nail and men’s treatments are also available to resort guests.
Club Mud is a unique spring water mud pool at Glen Ivy Hot Springs. Visitors are invited to slather on handfuls of California red clay blended with mineral water, then lounge under the sun or the warm Wafa cave. After a quick rinse, the dried mud reveals soft, smooth skin.
The Grotto is another full-body experience at Glen Ivy Hot Springs. The body is covered from neck to toe with a warm masque of coconut oil, lavender, aloe vera and eucalyptus. The heated underground gave warms the body, helping open the pores to allow the mixture to soak into the skin. A final rinse under a waterfall leads to another grotto waiting with tea, water, and fruit. Both groups and individuals are welcome in The Grotto.