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The Lodge

Originally built in the late 1890’s, parts of the Lodge at Castle Hot Springs survived a fire in 1976 and was rebuilt to be reminiscent of the grand structure enjoyed by generations of guests.

Arizona Territorial Governor Nathan Oaks Murphy served from 1892-1893 and again in 1898-1902. He along with prominent Philadelphia investors helped is brother, Frank Murphy purchase the property and create Arizona's first health resort. Needing to carry out his governing duties, this original telephone in Arizona was installed in the Lodge for his business use. Replicas of the telephone booth and phone remain in the Lodge today.

Oasis in the Desert

As you enter the main drive at Castle Hot Springs, the longstanding palm trees guide you down the main path to the Lodge, which serves as the epicenter of the resort. On the main level is the comfortable and rustic indoor bar, which leads to an outdoor bar and spacious deck providing majestic views of the southern Bradshaw Mountains.

A Place to Gather

The main level includes the registration desk, a cozy sitting area with fireplace for gathering and an impressive bar with service both indoor and outdoors including the expansive deck that overlooks the pool and farm. The ground level of the Lodge is our innovative Harvest restaurant. Led by Executive Chef Christopher Brugman, the premise of the restaurant is “harvest of the day.” Each day, Chef Brugman and Head Agronomist, Ian Beger, delve through the Castle Hot Springs Farm and Greenhouse for organic fruits and vegetables that are perfect for that day’s menu.

The Perfect Stay

Adventures

From Starlight Yoga to private cooking lessons, make the most of your stay with our exceptional events.

Adventures

Harvest

Dine at the heart of our desert oasis on delicious cuisine created daily from our own gardens.

Harvest Restaurant

A Tailored Experience

The experience of a lifetime awaits, created just for you.

Your Personalized Stay

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