We decided to stay here on our drive from El Paso to Santa Fe. We liked it so much, we rearranged our trip and stayed two more nights on the way back. We did not know what to expect in T or C. It is a small quiet town that used to be named Hot Springs. There are several spas still operating in town, but this is the one that looks and feels like a spa. It has retained its 1929 feel, but the rooms and the spa area have been renovated recently and are very nice. The rooms are small but the beds are very comfortable and the wi-fi works. The modest price includes a 30 min soak in one of their lovely private spa rooms for each day you are there. There is a nice breakfast of homemade baked goods, fruit and cereal. I had a massage and back facial with each stay. The therapists were good and responsive to my special requests. All the staff were friendly and helpful. They also have good advice on where to eat.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Featured in National Geographic Traveler as one of '150 Hotels You'll Love' Sierra Grande Lodge & Spa offers visitors delightful accommodations in a luxurious atmosphere. A full-service spa designed to maximize the healing and relaxation benefits of the Hot Spring Waters. All overnight stays and spa treatments include complimentary private hot spring soaks. A complimentary deluxe hot breakfast in the restaurant is included with every night stay. Madlyn Rose organic skin care products, crafted locally are featured in our spa and guest rooms. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Sierra Grande Hotel Truth Or Consequences
- Sierra Grande Lodge And Spa