Nestled in the foothills of the Bradshaw Mountains, just forty miles north of Phoenix and sixty miles south of Prescott, a natural oasis exists. Three warm mineral pools, filled by a spring that delivers 180,000 gallons of hot water every day, await the weary. Steeped in history, Castle Hot Springs was Arizona’s first resort, site to the state’s first golf course, a temporary haven for distinguished visitors, and home to the state’s first phone number 602-1. Hundreds of palm trees, planted over a century ago, still provide shade to this majestic property. Recently rediscovered, this treasure is presently being reinvented to welcome guests again.
A mix of 32 rooms and private cottages are scheduled to open this fall. Brewery plans in the works to open 2019.