January 8 – 11, 2024 at Murrieta Hot Springs Resort

Murrieta, California

Murrieta is a vibrant and growing city located in southwestern Riverside County, California. With a population of over 112,000 residents, Murrieta offers a suburban feel and an abundance of amenities. The city boasts a warm and sunny climate, making it a desirable destination for outdoor enthusiasts and those seeking a relaxed and comfortable lifestyle. Its charming downtown area is filled with quaint boutiques, cafes, and restaurants. Both Murrieta and nearby Temecula are home to acres of vineyards and cellars from which delicious California-made wines are produced.

Nearby airports

San Diego International Airport (SAN)
67 miles from Murrieta Hot Springs Resort

Los Angeles International Airport (LAX)
90 miles from Murrieta Hot Springs Resort
Palm Springs International Airport (PSP)
65 miles from Murrieta Hot Springs Resort


Lodging is onsite at Murrieta Hot Springs Resort and is SOLD OUT.

A recommended alternative is Hampton Inn & Suites Murrieta Temecula approximately 3 miles from Murrieta Hot Springs Resort.
25140 Hancock Ave.
Murrieta, CA 92562

Rates for January 7-12 start at $119 – $139 per night.

Murrieta Hot Springs Resort

Murrieta Hot Springs, originally named after its owner Juan Murrieta, was developed into a world-class health spa resort by German immigrant Fritz Guenther in 1902. The resort attracted visitors from across the country who sought to experience the healing attributes of the curative water and to enjoy the luxurious amenities offered, such as mud baths, tennis, miniature golf, and dancing. The resort remained in the Guenther family until the 1970s, when it was sold to Irving Kahn and then to Calvary Chapel of Costa Mesa in 1995. The resort expanded to include modern bathhouses, luxury accommodations, and various recreational activities over the years.

The resort is now being reimagined by those behind The Springs Resort with a mission to continue the stewardship of those before us, maintaining Murrieta Hot Springs’ deep legacy while modernizing it and re-opening it to the public.

Read more about the resort in Travel Daily News.

Featuring a Day Trip to Glen Ivy Hot Springs

Glen Ivy Hot Springs Resort is a tranquil oasis nestled in the heart of California’s Temescal Valley. Offering a rejuvenating escape, this resort is renowned for its natural hot springs and serene ambiance. Surrounded by lush gardens and scenic landscapes, guests can indulge in a variety of therapeutic mineral baths and invigorating spa treatments. The resort features numerous pools, including the iconic Club Mud, where visitors can enjoy a unique mud bath experience. With a focus on wellness, Glen Ivy provides yoga classes, fitness facilities, and nutritious dining options. Whether seeking relaxation or adventure, guests can explore the picturesque grounds, participate in guided hikes, or simply unwind in the tranquil surroundings.


The Spa at Séc-he in Palm Springs

Thursday, January 11, 2024 from 3:00 – 9:30 PM

Experience the Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians’ new 73,000 sq ft Spa at Séc-he in downtown Palm Springs. $249 includes transportation to and from Palm Springs, tour, dinner and a Taking of the Waters Day Pass highlighting the private hot springs soaking rooms. Spa treatments are available at a 20% discount. (Reserve in advance. Select from the spa menu then call 866-777-3243 and mention the Hot Springs Association for the discounted group rate.)

The Hot Springs Connection is the official conference of the Hot Springs Association. Learn more here.