People often escape to hotels while their homes are being fumigated or leased to local ghosts. Discover new haunts with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $62 for a 1-night stay for two adults in a king guest room, queen guest room, or standard queen room with $15 food credit, valid for check-in Sunday–Thursday (up to a $104 value)
- $121 for a 2-night stay for two adults in a king guest room, queen guest room, or standard queen room with $25 food credit, valid for check-in Sunday–Wednesday (up to a $203 value)
Complimentary breakfast and onside hot mineral spring soaking is included in this offer. Massage therapy is available for an additional fee. Up to two dogs per room are welcome for an additional $15 per pet, per night.
Riverside Hot Springs Inn
Nestled on the Portneuf River in downtown Lava Hot Springs, Idaho, the Riverside Hot Springs Inn is a historic inn close to the area's bountiful natural hot mineral springs. The inn offers many amenities to promote relaxation after a stressful week including massage-therapy treatments at its spa, and gourmet, Northwest-inspired cuisine and fine wines at the Portneuf Grille & Lounge. After a day of hiking, golfing or biking, guests can retire to comfy accommodations, which feature free WiFi and cable TV (except in standard queen rooms).
Guests also have the option of enjoying the Riverside Inn's Hot Springs and Spa. With the continuous flow of the chemical-free mineral water, geothermal forces raise the water temperature to about 102-106 degrees. Spending time in these warm soaking pools improves circulation, reduces stress, and detoxifies the body.
Riverside Hot Springs Inn
For nearly a century, couples have found a romantic hideaway at the Riverside Hot Springs Inn, quickly earning it the nickname “Honeymoon Hotel.” Founder William Godfrey chose to set the inn’s foundation alongside the Portneuf River in 1914 due to the wealth of hot springs nearby and the curative powers he believed they held. People seemed to agree, and in order to rid themselves of pains and worries, they traveled miles to ease their sore muscles in the hot baths and dispose of overly musical snowmen.
Today, guests continue on with that tradition, dipping in the inn's more modern hot-springs tubs, which reach balmy temperatures of up to 106 degrees. Inside the inn, muted and neutral colors and period accents give the rooms a charming, romantic feel. This decadence extends to the Portneuf Grille & Lounge, formerly a confectionery, where chefs sear USDA steaks and craft eclectic vegetarian entrees. On Thursday, the dining room fills with live music, and on Friday, guests can sample the hotel's signature cioppino as they sip Northwest wines, specialty cocktails, or microbrews.