Have a Spa Day at Glen Ivy Hot Springs Resort

Relax, treat yourself, eat and celebrate your body!

Glen Ivy Hot Springs Resort is one of the best Spa Experiences in Los Angeles. You can get an all-day admission and have access to all gardens and 19 pools & baths! With a treatment package you will get an all-day admission, body or facial treatment and lots of other complimentary services. Here you can chill and soak all day. Activities include covering yourself in red clay, taking mineral baths, swimming in salt water pools, soaking in hot tubs and jumping into ice-cold pools, floating on the water, chilling on the sun and so much more. One of must-do experiences in the Grotto Treatment. Your body will be brush painted neck-to-toe with a warm aloe vera, coconut oil, eucalyptus, shea butter and lavender masque. It feels amazing on your skin and once your body is ready, you will wash it off under cascading water before moving into the final, cooler grotto. There you will relax with tea, water and fruit. It is super relaxing and peaceful experience. At Glen Ivy you can find plenty of healthy food options, so your body will be once more grateful. Treat yourself at Glen Ivy Hot Springs Resort with a nice massage and a cocktail by the pool!

Perfect For

  • All-day spa

  • Couples spa

  • Self-love

Packing List

  • dark swimsuit (recommended for Club Mud)
  • sandals or flip flops
  • sunscreen
  • hat
  • sunglasses
  • water flask 


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Q & A

We have raised our minimum age to 18. Please bring a government-issued photo ID to allow entry. We will also require both name and cell phone number of each individual guest at the time of booking.

At bag check, you will be asked to empty the contents of your bag onto the security table and repack it yourself. Be reminded that no outside food, alcohol, or glass containers will be allowed on property. Headphones are permitted, however, in order to create a relaxing environment for everyone, personal speakers or audio devices are not permitted.

Water dispensers are available throughout the resort so we encourage you to bring your own refillable water bottle. Personal water bottles must enter the property empty, but can be filled after you enter. Unopened, sealed water bottles are permitted.

Admission to Glen Ivy, sometimes referred to as “Taking the Waters”, includes access to Glen Ivy’s lush gardens, ample lounge areas, and the healing waters of 19 pools including thermal mineral baths, a hot and cold plunge, Saline Pool, and lap pool, in addition to Club Mud, saunas, steam rooms, Roman Baths, showers, and today’s fitness and wellness classes. Individual spa treatments and The Grotto incur additional costs.

Try not to eat for at least an hour before a treatment. Also remember to drink plenty of water before and afterwards. Please do not bring food or drink into the Spa. Alcoholic beverages are not permitted in treatment buildings, retail areas or the front desk area.

Absolutely! Our Ivy Kitchen menu has plenty of vegetarian and vegan options, as well as dishes which are gluten free. We are happy to adjust our dishes for whatever dietary restriction you have.

The Grotto Experience is a fun and engaging activity that takes place below the ground but it is in a purpose-built, well-lit and well ventilated environment. It is suitable for all guests; however if you have any concerns or suffer from claustrophobia, please connect with a member of the team.

Glen Ivy sits within a maturely landscaped environment adjoining the Cleveland National Forest. Our location means we get very hot, valley days which bring out an array of wildlife. This is a natural environment where bees, small insects and other animals may be present.

Rules & Safety

  • In accordance with the new State of California mandate, masks must be worn by all guests in all indoor areas regardless of vaccination status. This includes: the Bath House, retail store, all treatment buildings, restrooms, and the Ivy Kitchen, except when eating or drinking. Please be sure to bring your mask and keep it with you when entering the buildings. If you are enjoying a facial with us, you may remove your mask during the service only. Masks are required for all guests enjoying a massage or nail care service.
  • Smoking is strictly prohibited on all areas of the property including the parking lot. This includes vape pens, cigars and cigarettes or any kind.
  • Glen Ivy Hot Springs does not allow in and out privileges at the resort. “Tail-gating,” eating, drinking and/or smoking in the parking lot are all strictly prohibited. If this occurs, you will be denied access to the resort.