We have been visiting Joyful Journey for years and usually stay in a yurt. This visit, we stayed in the new hotel rooms which are open, spacious, and nicely done. The bed was incredibly comfortable. We were very disappointed with the hot springs pools and wooden walkways. It seems that a big investment was made in the deluxe rooms while the springs themselves have fallen into neglect. Several fellow soakers agreed that the water looked cloudy and dirty. The wooden walkways and partitions were weather-beaten and in need of repair or replacement. The carpet runners on the walkways were old and tattered. The structures around the pools were warped with lots of missing grout. Many of the trees on the property were half dead and not cared for. We were very disappointed and hope that management puts more effort into making the pool areas more appealing and cleaner before we’ll return.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Joyful Journey Hot Springs. We invite you to come and experience this wonderful sacred area sheltered beneath the towering Sangre de Cristo Mountains. Come and care for yourself with gentle massage and body therapies and rejuvenate in our soaking pools.Our Hot Springs Spa offers a wide variety of Spa Treatments including therapeutic and deep tissue massage, hot stone therapy, aromatic facials, natural body wraps, reflexology treatments and more.Our hot springs water is 100% artesian mineral water which comes out of the ground at over 140 degrees Fahrenheit. Our pools are gravity fed and naturally kept at temperatures between 98 and 110 degrees.Joyful Journey features overnight accommodations in our hotel and conference center as well as Eco-Lodging in our Yurt and Tipi village.Joyful Journey Hot Springs is a perfect place for romantic getaways, family vacations, retreats, conferences, weddings, and pure relaxation! ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Joyful Journey Hot Springs Hotel Moffat