Nurturing Nest Mineral Hot Springs & Spa, California

Desert Hot Springs is one of the most popular spa cities near Los Angeles.

The well-known place has excellent hot springs water.


Desert Hot Springs

Most spa cities in the U.S. look deserted, but it is not the case with areas near Los Angeles.

Desert Hot Springs, California

Photo by Chuck Coker – Desert Hot Springs, California (2016) / CC BY-ND 2.0

It is two hours’ drive from Los Angeles to get to Desert Hot Springs.

More than 20 natural mineral spring lodgings can be found in town.

Nurturing Nest Mineral Hot Springs & Spa

Nurturing Nest is a small hotel with only 7 guest rooms.

Exterior

The exterior looks simple like a private house.

Bedroom

The guest room I stayed was small even without TVs.

Signboard

An outdoor pool is located in the courtyard.

Outdoor Pool

The landscape is nice, but the water seems to be tap water.

Mountains

Beside the pool, there is an indoor bath.

Both are clothing required.

Bathhouse

The indoor bath is breast-deep.

The water in Desert Hot Springs is famous for the hotness, some artesian wells is around 160 degrees F.

Indoor Pool

Extremely hot water is provided to the pool, and I could not touch the water outlet.

The pool is large enough to cool down it.

On the other hand I noticed that the water input was sometimes not sufficient to drain trashed in the pool.

Illumination1

A Buddha statue makes a calm mood, especially after dark.

Illumination2

Generally I do not like the commercially made atmosphere here in Desert Hot Springs, but I love this small hotel in tranquility.

Nurturing Nest Mineral Hot Springs & Spa, Desert Hot Springs, California, USA
Rating[3/5]
Walk-inNo
LodgingYes (Online Reservation Available)
Official WebsiteYes

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