Mom and I on a whim decided to go to Hotsprings for a night. After driving around trying to find someplace open and with pools we found this piece of history. Service is friendly though the place is terribly understaffed. The last remodel was clearly done sometime in the 1950's. Which is kind of charming, kind of not. The rooms are sparse with very worn furniture. The place has such potential. I wish I had millions of dollars and could take it over. The pools are lovely and they even have stalls inside the hotel with big claw foot tubs for private soaks. The sulfur smell of the hot springs is everywhere (like bad eggs) so that takes getting used to but it's a hot springs so to expect differently would be silly. There are no televisions, or cell phone service on the property and only wifi in the downstairs lobby and upstairs sitting area. Bring a book. All in all I kind of love it. It's a funky friendly time capsule. I can't believe people are complaining about a room for $70. That is very affordable for lodging and access to Hot springs. I'm a travel agent. I know. The restaurant has uncomfortable seating and indifferent (on the verge of bad) overpriced food. However there are other options within walking distance. In general the town is on the verge of ghost town. It's very laid back. Go to soak but don't expect much else.
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