This place needs a reno, my room looks nothing like the panflet. I'm starring at green curtens, green carpet, and pink wall paper. The hotel resembles a cheap $40 motel, and I paid $150 for a night stay at this "resort" however it does include admission to the hot springs. Make sure to get a room "with a view" otherwise you will get a view of dirt and weeds.
Customer service is horrible, the front desk staff is bad, the lady smells like she was at a smoky pub all day and looks tired and seemed to have had a rough day.
As far as dinning, food is good but very overpriced $15-$25 for an entree and not much food for the price.
The pool was packed, change rooms are small and very rundown (like the rest of the "resort"). No snack bar at the pool either so bring a snack but don't get caught, I'm sure you will get kicked out if you are trying to feed your child. The caves are neat, water is hot and very relaxing, however the pools are so busy during the day, make sure to go early in the morning to get the experenice.
Overall, check out the springs, stay away from the "resort"
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Ainsworth Hot Springs Resort is a four season destination featuring 41 newly renovated guest rooms, The Springs Restaurant, Krao Lounge, and a well-stocked Gift Shop. This property offers a unique cave experience where soothing, hot mineral water surfaces from the earth creating a natural steam bath. Stalactites form in abundance inside the caves. The hot water flows into our main pool and is cooled to a comfortable body temperature, suitable for your whole family. Spring, Fall, Summer and Winter bring guests from around the world to enjoy the pleasures of the crisp, clean air and the calming mineral waters of the Ainsworth Hot Springs. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Ainsworth Hot Springs Hotel Ainsworth Hot Springs