Stay at The Historic Riverside Inn & Spa
Lava Hot Springs Hotels
World Famous Hot Springs
EAT, DRINK, SOAK, SPA & STAY!
Located in downtown Lava Hot Springs, Idaho, the Riverside Hot Springs Inn & Spa is a relaxing, full service adult boutique hotel, the Riverside Hot Springs Inn & Spa desitnation is located next to the Portneuf River. Experience extrodinary culinary & libations experience at the acclaimed Portneuf Grille & Lounge (reservations recommended). Complimentary hot mineral springs soaking and WiFi Enjoy baked goods & espresso in the morning at Cafe & A'more (hotel guests receive a $7 breakfast voucher).
Experience a great getaway with our Special Packages and save 10-20% when booking direct with us.
LIve Dinner Music this Thursday 12/13 with Mark Morgan 6-9pm
Friday Wine Tasting
: Experience wines from all over the world every Friday from 3-6pm. Wines will be presented by Executive Chef Alonzo Thomas. Wine tastings will be paired with appetizers.
Open to the Public (Must be 21 years of age and older)
Price: $15 per person.
Hotel guests that book direct on our hotel website or call direct, receive (2) complimentary passes per room. (a $30 vaulie) 208-776-5504
All-Inclusive Packages Available
18 Individually Decorated Guest Rooms
World Famous Onsite Hot Springs
Relaxing Spa & Massage
Award-Winning Onsite Dining & Lounge
Perfect Downtown Location!
Continental Breakfast Options
Only Full-Service Adult Hotel In Town!
Business Meets Pleasure
We are perfect for the business traveler or those seeking a relaxing, rejuvenating experience massage
, & award winning onsite restaurant & lounge, the Portneuf Grille & Lounge
. Lots of things to do! We've got it all under one roof you don't even have to leave the building. Perfect for the business traveler or those seeking a relaxing, rejuvenating experience.
History Meets the Modern World
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places
with the National Park Service, the Riverside Hot Springs Inn is the only full-service hotel in town. The Riverside Hot Springs Inn was built in 1914 and quickly acquired the label of “The Honeymoon Hotel” for its yesteryear elegance. The historical Inn was known to be visited by several famous people including President Theodore Roosevelt.