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This place was clean and has very nice friendly owners.
However, rooms are extremely Spartan and small. The bed was very hard, very tall, and uncomfortable.
The AC was probably older than me, and I'm no spring chicken. It was way too loud & didn't...More
Thank Diana K
Response from PorterHouse09, Owner at Sagewater SpaResponded April 30, 2018
We read your comments several times, as we were confused about which property you could be talking about.
To clarify some of your comments, our air conditioners are new, as of 2017, clean pool towels are re-placed by
our guests room doors, so as not...More
I greatly enjoyed my 2-week visit to Sagewater Spa. I’ve been coming here every year for the past several years to soak up the warm mineral waters and sun. I always feel welcomed and comfortable, and I enjoy the quiet, low key atmosphere so I...More
1 Thank RusticTess
Response from PorterHouse09, Owner at Sagewater SpaResponded April 18, 2018
Thank you so much for your review. We were so happy to see you take the time you needed to support your healing,
the quiet and calm environment and the warm mineral waters have that effect. Happy to know you are building strength
We just spent a thoroughly relaxing long weekend at the Sagewater, our first visit to the spa. The hosts were wonderful, as were the in-room massages they arranged for us. The pools are heaven. We'll be back many times.
This was my second visit to the spa and it's just as I remembered: relaxing, cozy, clean and full of good vibes. Highly recommend hiding out here and just staying at the pool and not worrying about getting out for a hike or seeing the...More
It was our third year using Sagewater as a base for hiking in the desert. Soaking in the mineral water & enjoying the company of interesting people, most who are return visitors too, is great. One evening every room was represented, a real social whirl...More
Thank Jim H
Response from PorterHouse09, Owner at Sagewater SpaResponded April 4, 2018
Thanks for your review. We love having you visit us! You are both adorable and true inspirations with your long- long Joshua Tree hikes and healthful eating. Happy walking and travels, for your next visit, maybe you will walk here from Canada.
Sagewater Spa, in Desert Hot Springs, known as California’s Spa City, is among the top 50 leading boutique hotels in the world and is a #1 hoteli on Trip Advisor. This award-winning, Mid-Century Modern ...Morehotel has been thoughtfully renovated, with careful consideration to its original design details of 1954 when it became a celebrity playground known for its curative waters. Surrounding the geothermal pools are seven rooms; five with desert views and three with expansive views of the San Jacinto Mountains. Each room is equipped with well-appointed kitchen areas and luxurious amenities, including Frette linens, towels and robes. The internationally renowned natural mineral water is sourced from the property’s own hot water well at 165 degrees. The 90-degree mineral water pool and 104-degree spa is rejuvenating for the body and mind and promotes wellness on all levels. Spa services include; expert in-room massages, facials and intuitive readings Less
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Ask the owner, Rhoni. She will get RIGHT back to you, for sure. I cant say that there is a hard and fast rule about kids, but the vibe there is quiet and respectful. Lots of places have curfew on the pool. There are no... More
Ask the owner, Rhoni. She will get RIGHT back to you, for sure. I cant say that there is a hard and fast rule about kids, but the vibe there is quiet and respectful. Lots of places have curfew on the pool. There are no such rules at SageWater... in other words you can spa 24/7. The KEY is do it QUIETLY. There are plenty of other spas that will accommodate less-than-quiet kids. Since there are only 7 rooms there, I think it might be boring for the kids.