The historic Castle Hot Springs will reopen in February 2019. Originally opened in 1896, Castle Hot Springs was one of the world's most desirable resort destinations throughout the early 20th century serving as a holiday retreat for affluent families and many US Presidents. A fire devastated the property in 1976 and it remained a ghost town of over 40 years.
Castle Hot Springs will reopen with 32 luxury bungalows and cabins. An organic farm will provide heirloom fruits and vegetables for the creative epicurean restaurant. In 2019, Castle Hot Springs will unveil an on-property brewery where guests can enjoy a fine selection of craft ales and lagers.
The natural hot springs produces over 200,000 gallons a day of pure mineral water. The resort has three natural soaking pools and the hot springs also fills the resorts 125,000 gallon swimming pool, which was built in 1917. Castle Hot Springs is located an hour north of Phoenix in the Bradshaw Mountains. Visit www.castlehotsprings.com