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We purchased the one hour soaking in the Apache hot tub. It was very clean, up to date, and comfortable. Soft native music was playing in the background and the view of the River and Mountain was superb. It was exceptionally relaxing and quiet. The...More
This is a wonderfully pristine place. My daughter and I stayed only one night, but wish we could have stayed longer. We were greeted by a friendly staff upon arrival. Our room was spacious and clean. The hotel ground was very pretty with flowers and...More
Beautiful place. Really enjoyed our stay... clean, comfortable accommodations; friendly staff. The hot springs small pools are very well laid out. Fountains all over the place...nice.
The town has a nice new brewery... went there for a couples tasting event.
Recent 1 night stay. Will return for 2 nights next time! Private spa was relaxing and charming! View of Rio Grande at sunset with thousands of blue-green lights in the trees across the river, framed by a mountain. New Age music and quiet. Clean, precise,...More
We seek out Hot Springs all over (Full time RVers) & stopped here at the recommendation of a friend who had been here 9 years ago. It was amazing!
Perfect for us as we had just finished volunteering at the Albuquerque International Balloon Fest &...More
Thank you, guests for answering. I just now discovered this question. There seems to be a common misconception that there are mosquitoes near all rivers but mosquitoes can't breed in moving water. During our "rainy" monsoon... More
Thank you, guests for answering. I just now discovered this question. There seems to be a common misconception that there are mosquitoes near all rivers but mosquitoes can't breed in moving water. During our "rainy" monsoon season (July-September), there is a possibility of mosquitoes due to rain puddles. We are vigilant about preventing this and since we don't usually get enough rain for any puddles to last long, it's rarely ever an issue. As for the pool temperatures. They range from 95-107 in the Winter and 98-108 in the Summer. We have 8 common pools and 7 private pools to choose from, plus the cold Rio Grande is accessible at your own risk during the summer as a COLD plunge.