Beverly Hot Springs Spa in Los Angeles
Beverly Hot Springs is located in the middle of Los Angeles, California. It is the only natural hot spring found in the city and is extremely popular among people who are seeking a break from the hustle and bustle of city life to relax and also enjoy the benefits of a full-service spa. The city location also makes Beverly Hot Springs extremely accessible for anyone who wants to enjoy the rejuvenating benefits of natural spring water without having to travel outside of the city.
Beverly Hot Pool Information
The hot springs at Beverly feature one geothermal pool that maintains a temperature of between 95 and 105 degrees and can easily accommodate several people at the same time. Clothing is also optional when using the hot pool, which is available daily from 9 am to 9 pm, and 9 am to 7 pm on public holidays.
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Beverly Hot Springs Facilities
In addition to the rejuvenating mineral spring, Beverly Hot Spring includes a cold pool for all guests to enjoy and a full-service spa with a wide array of treatments and services for you to choose from. There is also free on-site parking available.
History of Beverly Hot Springs
Beverly Hot Springs was discovered by drillers seeking to find oil in the late 19th century and supplied water to early residents of Los Angeles before water mains were installed in the city in 1915. After the mains were established, the water from the well was bottled and sold as drinking water. Business however deteriorated after World War II and production was eventually discontinued. The well was rediscovered of sorts in 1984 and the Beverly Hot Springs and Spa was established in the same year. It has been an oasis in the busy city since.
Access and Usage Fees
To enjoy the healing, rejuvenating and relaxing benefits at Beverly Hot Springs, there is an entrance fee of $30 (Monday to Thursday) and $40 (Friday to Sunday and holidays). This fee gives you access to the hot mineral springs, the cold pool and the dry sauna and steam room in the spa. This is a single-use entry fee, so you if enter and leave and want to come back the same day, you will be required to pay a separate fee. You are allowed free entry to the facilities of the Beverly Hot Springs if you book a massage or treatment at the spa.
Beverly Hot Springs is available year-round for your enjoyment. The facility gets extremely busy on weekends and holidays, and it is recommended that you pre-book one of the spa services to secure entrance. Visiting during the week will suit you if you want a more extended soaking experience in the mineral waters with fewer people around and a calmer environment.
Driving Directions to Beverly Hot Springs Spa
From Downtown Los Angeles:
From San Pedro Street and South Los Angeles Street, travel on US- 101 North and drive for approximately 7 minutes. Follow US-101 North to North Vermont Avenue for approximately 6 minutes. Take Exit 6A from US-101 North. Follow Beverly Boulevard to North Oxford Drive and drive for approximately 5 minutes or 1.2 miles and reaching Beverly Hot Springs Spa.
Beverly Hot Springs is located near the corner of Beverly Blvd and Oxford Avenue. If you’ve hit Oakwood or Normandie Avenues you’ve gone just a bit too far.
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