The Secret Garden at Glen Ivy Hot Springs

The Secret Garden is a new attraction at Glen Ivy Hot Springs. 

Earlier this summer, Glen Ivy Hot Springs (Corona, CA) revealed its Secret Garden, which offers guests a place to relax beneath a canopy of oak trees or in a private cabana.

Spa-goers who book a Secret Garden Cabana (starting at $250 from March through October) can enjoy a selection of seasonal fruits, citrus-infused water, and hosted service from a dedicated cabana menu. They’ll also receive robes, reserved parking, and access to the garden’s sun loungers.

“Glen Ivy is an oasis with a lush, mature, tropical landscape,” says general manager Clive McNish. “We wanted to capitalize on what nature had already provided and create a space for our guests where they could sit under the shade of our ancient oak trees, feel the grass beneath their feet, and enjoy sweeping mountain views. With five new cabanas, the garden offers the perfect blend of relaxation and seclusion.”
 

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