Hey there. We enjoyed just one night here at Ojo and two days of soaking. The restaurant is really quite good, I suppose I was surprised, but then they are just an hour away from SantaFe...The pools are getting a slight make over, mud pool being moved and such, and sure, they could/should do something with the Soda Pool, it's getting a bit long in the tooth, but that doesn't mean the water and soaking experience in that specific pool isn't fantastic. My/Our fav...I'm not going to mention how fun their new Kiva Pool is because I'd like to keep that for myself. Sad...listen, you anti up for a more expensive room, and then you get access to this Kiva Pool, quite swank, with not all that many people in it. Sure hope that doesn't change.
Also, try the blue corn and pine nut pancakes, Yikes are they good.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Ojo Caliente Mineral Springs is one of the oldest natural health resorts in the country. Our sulphur-free, geothermal mineral waters have flowed from a subterranean volcanic aquifer for thousands of years. Over 100,000 gallons per day come to the surface, revitalizing those who soak in the long believed, healing waters. We offer a variety of lodging accommodations, including new enchanting suites and charming cottages, the historic hotel and private homes. We suggest that you make reservations for spa treatments and private outdoor pools before you arrive. We also offer spa treatments, pools, hiking and biking trails, a wine bar and lounge and a full-service restaurant. The Artesian Restaurant provides a casual dining experience and charming atmosphere. Our chef blends local flavors with global cuisine. Heal yourself body and soul with a retreat to Ojo. Whether it's for a weekend or a longer stay, you'll leave rejuvenated and refreshed. Welcome! ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Ojo Caliente Mineral Springs Hotel Ojo Caliente
- Ojo Caliente Mineral Springs Resort And Spa New Mexico