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Piedra de Agua Fuente Termal & Spa

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Piedra de Agua Fuente Termal & Spa

495 Reviews
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This tour allows us to know in a synthesized way the most important places of the archaeological and cultural offer of the provinces of Azuay and Cañar; our first stop is in the archaeological complex of Ingapirca, where our guides travel through the history of local aboriginal cultures and the expansion of the Incas in the territory corresponding to Ecuador. On this journey you can taste the typical gastronomic offer of the region (Biblián).<br>We continue our tour to Gualaceo and Chordeleg. Places where the craft activity stands out. In Chordeleg we will visit the jewelry made in gold and silver with the technique of filigree, here our visitors will have the opportunity to have free time to know the town and visit the jewelers and craft shops in the area; To finish our tour we visit the House of Makanas.<br><br>
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Christian D wrote a review Mar 2020
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Super recommended! The personal is really nice and attentive. They don't hurry you to go through the spa circuit, they let you take your time. In the end we got a tea while waiting on our cab and an employee guided us to the cab with an umbrella because it was raining.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Jon S wrote a review Mar 2020
Tampa, Florida12 contributions
Just a little to crowded for my taste. Prices high for this country. Took the tour which exposed us to all the amenities.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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PDWood79 wrote a review Feb 2020
Ashford, United Kingdom170 contributions31 helpful votes
So just got back from the spa and sat down to write this review. The staff are muy bien and it is a nice place and appealing to the eye. However if you go you need flip flops or some kind of foot protection. The paving is uncomfortable, there are triping hazzards all over the place, and it is slipery in a lot of spots. It is a health and safety nightmare in regards to lack of hand rails. I personally wasn't comfortable with the "circuit". Too many people in close contact for my liking, that is for me personally my wife was fine and loved every minute. Again the staff were great and went out of there way to help. The place is beautiful with the rock design too,though getting a little tired in some places. So it is nice-ish in many ways but it is not peaceful with the amount of people. This is my view.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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pfefmeister wrote a review Jan 2020
San Francisco, California2,045 contributions580 helpful votes
This is a nice clean spa, but it is small. The day we visited there were maybe 20 people using the facility. Evidently, there are parts of the property closed for renovation, so we got a rate of 2 for $35. What we received for that is access to the two mud pools, the volcano caves (one hot and cold pool), the box steam, and the three outdoor pools. If there are more than 20 people, the place would be crowded. Also, smearing the mud all over your bodies means you have to wash it off - which is difficult. What ends up happening is that the soaking pools get polluted by the red clay. It just felt dirty. Still, a nice day spent here for a bargain price. I’ve seen better.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Peter Alvarez wrote a review Jan 2020
Cuenca, Ecuador2 contributions
The personalized and warm attention by the staff; the exquisite taste of detailed architecture; the entire place provides a renewal energy experience. Absolutely, the best hotsprings in Ecuador.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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