Saratoga Resort and Spa is featured in Steamboat Pilot as a Wyoming-friendly hospitality travel hotspot!
Below is an excerpt from the article that highlights the Saratoga Resort and Spa and its luxurious amenities that return you well rested and ready for the week ahead.
“… it’s not just the pools that are warm. You’re greeted with warm, Wyoming-friendly hospitality the moment you arrive. Custom touches include homemade chocolate chip cookies, trophy mounts adorning the lodge’s barn wood walls, a gigantic, rock-walled fireplace in the lobby and 50 Western-themed rooms with such embellishments as feather top beds, branding irons, Indian blankets, elk horn chandeliers, photos of cowboy boots and wall mirrors framed with saddles.
Then there’s Healing Waters Spa in the old State Bath House building, offering everything from massages to exfoliating foot spas.”
The History behind our Natural Mineral Hot Springs
Since their discovery, the mineral hot springs at the Saratoga Resort and Spa have been revered by many for their naturally healing benefits. Come soak away your cares in teepee-covered hot pools and the 70-foot-long mineral hot springs pool. The incredibly high mineral content and low sulfur odor ranks these mineral hot springs with the world famous German springs.
Native American tribes (Cheyenne, Ute and Arapaho), were the first to discover the healing advantages of the natural mineral hot springs, naming the area the “place of magic waters”. The medicinal benefits of a tranquil hot springs soak continue to attract visitors today.
Our guests are invited to soak in intimate teepee-covered pools and a 70-foot mineral hot springs swimming pool after an active, adventurous day in Wyoming’s great outdoors or as a prelude to one of our soothing spa treatments in the Healing Waters Spa.
The Saratoga Resort and Spa is about a 2.5 hours drive from Steamboat Springs, Colorado. Travelers have a choice of taking CO14 to Walden and then CO125/WY230 to Saratoga or taking a scenic drive via CO40/CO13 to Baggs and then WY70/WY130 to Saratoga. The scenic route offers spectacular views of the Sierra Madre Mountain Range as it ascends and descends the Continental Divide. It is typically open Memorial Day through October 31st, weather permitting.