Castle Hot Springs Resort

In the 1930s, Castle Hot Springs Resort was a major draw for the elite to enjoy the Arizona landscape and weather. The resort known for its medicinal hot springs and for attracting people like John F Kennedy and the Rockefellers. But in the 1970s after several changes in ownership and a fire the resort shut down. The resort has now undergone a multi-million dollar renovation and will once again open its doors to the public. We visit the resort as it undergoes the renovation.

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