De-stress in the Desert at One of Palm Springs' Best Spas



Can you feel the tension in your shoulders or the knots in your back? If so, it's time to put a spring in your step with a pampering day at one of Palm Springs' top spas. From mineral water day spas to luxurious resort spas with every detail covered, you'll find the perfect treatment for you in the desert.

If you're looking for a truly pampering experience, try The Well Spa at the Miramonte. This award-winning spa in Indian Wells is known for its one-of-a-kind treatments (think wine baths and honey massages) and its stellar service. From the moment you're greeted with a coin to toss in the wishing well to when you leave with a custom-blended oil for aromatherapy, you'll be well taken care of at this relaxing spa.

If you're interested in the natural mineral waters that run beneath Desert Hot Springs, you can experience them for yourself with a trip to one of the city's day spas. Our pick? Two Bunch Palms Spa Resort, a scenic and secluded resort that offers mineral water pools in its Grotto area and spa services like facials, mud therapy, reiki and lymphatic massage.

If the siren sounds of the spas are calling your name, check out the full list of Palm Springs' best spas below.




SpaTerre at the Riviera in Palm Springs is known for its international treatments and relaxing Buddha Lounge, an indoor pool and quiet retreat from the Riviera's bustling pool. The spa features treatments from around the world, including the...  Read More




Beyond the lakes, gondolas and wildlife at the JW Marriott Desert Springs, you'll find The Spa at Desert Springs. The expansive spa area includes steam rooms, showers, two lounges (one designated as a quiet lounge for napping) and pool areas....  Read More




The Westin Mission Hills is known for many things: its family-friendly programs, two signature golf courses and its outstanding onsite dining. The real show-stealer, however, is the spa. The onsite spa is both spacious and quiet, and facilities...  Read More




Every treatment at The Spa at Spa Resort Casino starts with the Taking of the Waters, a ritual where guests go through a steam, sauna and eucalyptus inhalation before retreating into a 10-minute soak in the desert's famed mineral waters in a...  Read More




Sunstone Spa at the Agua Caliente Resort in Rancho Mirage is one of the more affordable spas in the Coachella Valley, especially considering the quality of services and the serene atmosphere. For a unique treatment, you can try the Peptide...  Read More




Nestled in Desert Hot Springs, Two Bunch Palms Spa Resort draws on the area's natural hot and cold mineral water aquifers for its pools and treatments. The water's high mineral content is said to be healing, and passionate patrons of Two Bunch...  Read More




This spa at the Hyatt Regency Indian Wells focuses on four areas for its spa journey: calming the mind, treatment experiences, movement and wellness. Agua Serena Spa also focuses on local plants in its treatments, using desert flora like sage,...  Read More




Everything about Spa Esmeralda exudes an aura of serenity, from the marble floors to the plush linens and fresh flowers. Salon services are also available. You can sample services like the Swedish massage, aromatherapy massage or reflexology...  Read More




Spa La Quinta at the La Quinta Resort has won a number of awards for its outstanding spa experience. The treatments here include water therapies like the Garden Bath, an aromatherapy bath in a private garden tub, and Grounding Earth Reflexology,...  Read More




If you truly need to decompress and spend a day pampering yourself, there's no better place than the Spa at the Miramonte in Indian Wells. The spa exudes a contagious relaxation atmosphere from the moment you enter the gates. You'll be given a...  Read More


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Meet Marissa Willman

Marissa Willman moved to the Coachella Valley in 2001 and loves discovering the best that the desert has to offer. As a Palm Springs local, Marissa enjoys sharing her knowledge of this desert...  More About Marissa

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