The spa and massage were first-class, but the room was just one step up from a renovated motel--not worth the exaggeraged price! I had a room with two small beds--about the width of an Army cot--and a sink about the same size as the one I shared on board my U.S. Navy ship. Although the bathtub was a newer-looking, jacuzzi-style, my room featured only a telephone and very small television, placed on an equally small cabinet at a level that prevented viewing unless I moved the bed and brass frame which obscured the television. There were none of the other amenities one usually associates with a room costing over $150!! [e.g. coffee maker, refrigerator or microwave] I'm sure many/most people don't check into a lodge in the desert in order to watch television, but I had to drown out the voices in the hallway and the room next-door as the walls are too thin to enjoy any solitude. Enjoy the spa--it's first class--but save your money and stay at a motel near I-25 for half the price!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Featured in National Geographic Traveler as one of '150 Hotels You'll Love' Sierra Grande Lodge & Spa offers visitors delightful accommodations in a luxurious atmosphere. A full-service spa designed to maximize the healing and relaxation benefits of the Hot Spring Waters. All overnight stays and spa treatments include complimentary private hot spring soaks. A complimentary deluxe hot breakfast in the restaurant is included with every night stay. Madlyn Rose organic skin care products, crafted locally are featured in our spa and guest rooms. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Sierra Grande Hotel Truth Or Consequences
- Sierra Grande Lodge And Spa