The Calistoga Spa Hot Springs Plus One Program(+1):
Day Pool Pass Use not available beginning Friday March 4, 2016. See below for more information on the Plus One Pool program.
Beginning on March 4, 2016 guests of the Spa at Calistoga Spa Hot Springs may invite one guest to join them and enjoy our calming Geothermal Mineral Pools in the lush Napa Valley for only an additional $25.00.
Program details: Each Spa guest may invite one guest (1) to accompany them at the geothermal mineral pools for an additional $25.00. Eligible spa treatments include all massage treatments and Volcanic Ash Mud Baths. Mineral Whirlpool and Steam Room treatments are not eligible. Entry in the pool area is based on availability and may be limited during holidays and high demand periods. Plus One (1) additional guests must be confirmed at the time of booking.
Plus One (1) program in effect:
Effective March 4, 2016 Day Use and Evening Swim are no longer available.
Relax in the healing waters of the four geothermal mineral pools, designed to revitalize the senses. Soak in the whirlpool, which can get as hot as 104°F, or discover the Soaking Pool where it never gets above 100°F. Energize your day with a swim in our 80°F multi-lane Lap Pool, while younger guests enjoy fun in the wading pool. Our mineral pools are complimentary for all hotel and spa guests.
Located outdoors, our tranquil whirlpool is comfortably situated under a covered patio to protect you from the elements. Escape the rains of El Nino and relax in our soothing heated pool during your winter getaway with us.
Located in the Upper Napa Valley, the alluring mineral pools of Calistoga Spa Hot Springs have been a retreat for Napa Valley visitors for generations. Ancient civilizations found the healing and therapeutic powers of mineral water pools a source of rejuvenation for the mind, body and spirit. The composition of our mineral water is deemed by Nature's filtering of rainwater through our alluvial Napa Valley soils resulting in a blend of trace mineral and essential elements. Geothermal forces elevate the temperature of the mineral water to 180°F at the source.