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Glen Ivy Hot Springs Spa

  • 25000 Glen Ivy Rd. Map It
  • Bath/Hot Spring

Updated 04/29/2014

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Presidents Herbert Hoover and Ronald Reagan are among the guests who have soaked their toes at this beautiful, relaxing spa. Colorful bougainvillea and birds-of-paradise surround the secluded Glen Ivy, which offers a full range of facials, manicures, pedicures, body wraps, and massages. Some treatments are performed in underground granite chambers (highly recommended by readers) known collectively as the Grotto. The Under the Oaks treatment center holds eight open-air

massage rooms surrounded by waterfalls and ancient oak trees. Don't bring your best bikini if you plan to dive into the red clay (brought in daily from a local mine) of Club Mud. Paying the admission fee entitles you to lounge here all day. Make reservations for treatments, which cost extra.

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25000 Glen Ivy Rd., Corona, California, 92883, USA

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Sight Details:

  • Admission Mon.–Thurs. $46, Fri.–Sun. $64; treatments $25–$183
  • Daily 9–5, closes later in warm weather

Updated 04/29/2014


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Nov 11, 2009

Glen Ivy Hot Springs Review

The sap was $40.00 for the day when I went there, the pools were dominated by spoiled, screaming misbehaving kids and inattentive, large moms. Very unpleasant experience.

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