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enchanted forest and a beautiful alpine valley.
Here, it is impossible to resist the overwhelming
sense of tranquility. The natural spring water is as smooth as silk, and the pools are a true experience.
For centuries, Native Americans have regarded this land
as a sacred healing place.
Now we invite you to discover its incredible
powers for yourself.
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Sierra Hot Springs reviews
Alcohol & inappropriate phone use on grounds is a permanent no refund ban, possibly a fee. Staff is unmarked and everywhere, some live on site. So they have a vested interest in a respectful...
Alcohol & inappropriate phone use on grounds is a permanent no refund ban, possibly a fee. Staff is unmarked and everywhere, some live on site. So they have a vested interest in a respectful... more »
Post Closure Update: The resort was closed up until May 21 of 2021, I'm not sure how long it was closed before then but I was here after the closure. The situation might change when you arrive but...
Post Closure Update: The resort was closed up until May 21 of 2021, I'm not sure how long it was closed before then but I was here after the closure. The situation might change when you arrive but... more »
Sierra hot springs has 3 main areas that they offer using hot spring water. The main pool area was by far my favorite spot. The main pool area has two options. There's a pool that has pretty warm water. It's nice to swim and chill in. But nearby the pool is a hot pool that is pretty dang hot, but so nice to soak in. My favorite spot by far. Then they had the Phoenix bath's. Which are private rooms on a First come basis. From my experience though I never ran into anybody and in my attempt to use them they did not work. So this was my least favorite area. Finally they have the meditation pool. This area was nice. I would go during the night, and there's nothing nearby. It's just trees and natural light. It was also a very quite area. It was nice but the water wasn't very warm. Once you get in, it would take about five minutes to feel like you were in normal water. Nonetheless with all the options, even clothing being optional, there's enough to keep you busy while relaxing. Finally I opted to stay in the rooms they have on site. The room was nice, beds were neat, and the commons room was basically a kitchen you had fill access too... My only complaint would be how creaky the floors were. It would be a little awkward cause there was this feeling of needing to be quite... But the floor would just creak. Anyways, I would still recommend going and enjoying the hot springs!
Two words, Meditation Pool. We have been there 20X in the last year and go every chance we can. Sarina is nice too. Good food in the cafe.
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