Bath House (Hot Springs) @ The Springs Resort & Spa, Pagosa Springs

3.9
#2 of 7 in Nature in Pagosa Springs
Hot Spring · Nature / Park
Overlooking the San Juan River, Bath House (Hot Springs) @ The Springs Resort & Spa is home to 23 soaking pools filled with water from the world's deepest geothermal hot spring. You can choose from naturally warm pools of varying temperatures from 27 C to 46 C (83 F to 114 F), all considered to have numerous health benefits. Inside the striking, Mediterranean-style building, visitors can enjoy beautiful architecture, artwork, and state-of-the-art facilities, including heated tile flooring, hot showers, and swimsuit spinners. Swimsuits are mandatory, but don't worry if you haven't packed yours: You can choose from a wide selection at the gift shop, which also sells spa robes and clothing. For travelers who use our world travel planner, Pagosa Springs holidays become easier to arrange, with trips to the Bath House (Hot Springs) @ The Springs Resort & Spa and other attractions mapped out and timetabled.
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Bath House (Hot Springs) @ The Springs Resort & Spa reviews

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  • We had an excellent experience. We bought our tickets online before our trip. When we arrived, there was no line and since we purchased advance tickets to the adult soaking springs, we were given a....  more »
  • Bought day passes for my gf and I and we stayed here for at least 7 hours. I really love how this place gives you river access so if you are crazy enough, you can take a dip in the ice cold water...  more »
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  • I never leave reviews, but my boyfriend and I spent a lot of money to get the relaxation package and it was far from relaxing. There were so many people there that we couldn’t even go in any of the adult pools or many of the other pools because each one was at max capacity. There was also no open chairs to lay out on while waiting for the pools to free up. Overall very frustrating experience and unsafe especially during covid where capacity shouldn’t be full, let alone exceeded. Hike to a free one and you will get a better experience.
  • Stayed at the resort for three nights. Glad we did as once the spas close to the public, you pretty much have all the spas to yourself. The staff working the spas are super nice and do a great job of keeping it clean. Our room was clean but felt really outdated, just needs some newer furniture and brighter paint. Just seems really dark in the living room area. The bed was very comfortable. I would stay there again. Don’t be worried about the sulphur smell, it’s strong in areas but for the most part you don’t notice it. The resort has direct access to the walking trail which is a great trail that goes to Yamaguchi Park, which is a nice park to walk around. Also right across the bridge is Root which is a great coffee/breakfast spot.

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