Castle Hot Springs is an elegant and exotic retreat tucked in the Bradshaw Mountains of Arizona. The entire property is designed to entice and delight at each and every turn.
Warm and inviting the entry floor provides the perfect gathering spot for a refreshment at the indoor-outdoor bar with spacious deck offering sweeping views of the pool, farm and great lawn. Downstairs, you will find our Harvest restaurant, with a wall of sliding glass that opens to a terrace showcasing charming fire features around the pool. The Lodge includes the original 1896 phone booth that houses Arizona’s first telephone.
Organic Farm and Greenhouse
Producing over 150 varieties of fruits and vegetables grown to be used in our very own Harvest Restaurant.
Only 32 guest accommodations
Most guest rooms are separate buildings situated to offer privacy and views. One three-bedroom Cottage is available as well as a couple of rooms located on the top floor of The Lodge.
The Stone House
A gracefully restored building, originally constructed from rocks quarried from caverns in the Bradshaw Mountains. The Stone House is a combination chapel and function room.
Outside our front entrance, this new replica from Castle Hot Springs original property can be used as a special event space.
The Waters and Landscape
125,000 Gallon Swimming Pool
Once the largest pool in the state of Arizona for almost 100 years, our luxurious pool is filled with waters directly heated from the natural spring.
Full of naturally heated waters that offer restorative minerals and nutrients, there are two natural soaking pools, a rock grotto and a changing area with lockers for your use.
Castle Hot Springs was purposely built to be a tranquil wellness retreat only for adults (16 and older), focused on reconnecting by digitally disconnecting. There is limited cell service throughout the property, however our WiFi is strong and easily accessed if needed. Even so, we encourage guests to refrain from using cell phones in public areas.
Explore Castle Hot Springs
The beauty of Castle Hot Springs has to be seen to be believed.