Spas >Glen Ivy Hot Springs
25000 Glen Ivy Rd, Corona, CA | Directions 9288333.754780 -117.496231
Mon - Sun:9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Take the word spa out of the name. – This is not a spa, this is an over priced community pool.
Where are the necessary spa environment components like spa music, knowledgeable and accommodating staff, spa drinking water, or robes?!
This place needs to really get it together if they are going to continue to use the word SPA.
How do I get back my time?
Forget about life, work, and school and de stress – Glen Ivy was a nice get-away from the everyday stresses of life, even if it is only for the day. My mom, dad, sister and her husband, and I all went for Father's Day. It wasn't too hot and the BBQ they offered was delicious. They offered chicken, ribs, baked beans, potato salad, etc. It was slightly crowded but what can you expect in such a large place. We were still able to relax in the pools and spas as well as get rafts to use in the floating pool. The staff was walking around offering cups of water to keep everyone hydrated.
Our day at Glen Ivy was worth every cent! I'd totally recommend it to get away for the day.
They are doing much better – I used to wait a long time to get a reservation too, but they got a new computer system; now there is almost no wait to make reservations. They book really quickly though, you have to call a few weeks in advance! Prices are really good. Make sure to get the hot rocks with massages.
Skip it, unless you live nearby. – Too hot, too crowded, too pricey! Also, most of the pools seemed to be chlorinated, and there's no escape from the heat to be found anywhere-- I came to soothe my sun-fearing skin, and I came home feeling dried out and sunburned instead. I felt more like I was at a water park than a relaxing spa.
<p>The mud pit was kind of fun, and the facial was nice, but it's not even worth driving from LA.
Ugh! What a waste! – It must just be me but when I go to a spa I expect it to be relaxing and professional. I found Glen Ivy quite the opposite. While lounging by the pool there was a water aerobics class (with awful "nifty 50s" music blaring) that disturbed all who were relaxing in earshot. I found many employees completely unprofessional including standing at a counter waiting to take ask a question while the employee seemed to be on a personal call. Their so-called "salt water" pool consisted of a chlorinated pool with epsom salt. I had to wait way too long for my scheduled waxing appointment and the form I had to fill out just to be waxed asked way too many personal questions unrelated to waxing, including whether or not I was on contraceptives. If you are looking for a low brow alternative to a real spa, head to Glen Ivy...
Heaven on earth – I go to Glen Ivy Hot Springs as much as I possibly can. This is my favorite place to be, its like disneyland for adults. Its the most relaxing day you could ever have. I recommend this place to all of my friends and I've never heard anyone say anything bad about this place. Just go see it for yourself. Its the best.
Red-clay mud baths, reasonable rates and healing waters about 60 miles southeast of L.A. – The Scene
Steal away to this unpretentious spa to experience the waters that have soothed weary souls since the 1860s. These natural hot springs draw a mostly middle-aged suburban crowd, which means you needn't fret about how last season's swimsuit fits now. Rather than quiet and contemplative, it's more of an upbeat social scene--expect conversations to be struck up all the while as you soak, swim, float and lounge.
Admission buys access to the 17 pools and spas on-site, which include the signature red-clay mud bath, a saltwater spa, hot mineral pools and two "champagne" pools--shallow tubs with carbonation-like bubbles floating up from the bottom. Glen Ivy's latest addition is the "Grotto"--an underground treatment area where guests slather on aloe-and-kelp body moisturizer and retreat into the hydrating chamber. Spa treatments and salon services require reservations, but general admission and the Grotto service do not.
Ecstasy in the I.E.!! – Glen Ivy bring the all of us in the Inland Empire a little piece of Heaven! From the relaxing pools to the playing in the mud. As a regular patron of the spa, I can say the service is impeccable. Staff is professional and courteous. The amenities are endless. A great place to spend an entire day or relaxation, or even if just to stop in for a quick massage. Highly recommended.
FUN IN THE SUN – GLEN IVY is a wonderful place to visit. In the summer I take my mother and my best friend, we make it a whole day treat. In the summer time I usually go at least once a week because its just like a piece of heaven. No one under 16 is allowed in the ivy except for 2-3 times a year. The Ivy is also great all year around because they have massages and pedicures etc. The atmospher is so pleasent and peaceful, its like your own private getaway. Glen Ivy is a must do at least once in your life time!!
just wonderful – my friends and i decided to come here to relax before a night of bar-hopping, and definately the place to relax. we went on a saturday and it wasn't as busy as everyone says. we did the mineral bath, mud bath, sauna, steam room, and jacuzzis. we also did the grotto, which made the skin very nice. will definately go back for the massages.
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