This was a surprise trip for me after too many days working! We had always wanted to stay there, so I was quite excited. The spa services are wonderful! the Nose to Toes is an absolute must!! However, spa services are more dependent upon the one providing the service, not the location. We booked a private tub - Waterfall pool - and it was beautiful but very expensive; $70 for 55 minutes. Our room, Rising Moon, was nice but we were surprised at the amount of road noise. The 2" open space under the sliding door to the bathroom was also a nuisance - we prefer more privacy. Reading is a great luxury for us and unfortunately neither the sitting room nor the bedroom provided adequate light. We received excellent delivery service from Dashing Diner but it would have been nice to have on-site dining - nice, simple Japanese fare would be an excellent addition. The granola in the morning was a nice touch, as was the french press coffee for those who prefer to take the time to make it that way. Overall, just not worth the money...
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Ten Thousand Waves is a unique mountain spa resort near Santa Fe, New Mexico that feels like a Japanese onsen. We're primarily a large, beautiful day spa, but for those who plan ahead, we're a great destination spa. Just a short walk through the trees from the baths and treatment areas are thirteen hotel suites.Come for an hour or a week. Stop by briefly after skiing, or spend a romantic vacation sampling our luxury spa packages every day. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Ten Thousand Waves - Houses Of The Moon Hotel Santa Fe
- 10,000 Waves - Houses Of The Moon