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This hot bath spa is an excellent weekend escape; perfect place to unwind and relax with a beautifully landscaped court yard and friendly staff. The rooms feature minimalist second hand furnishings and there were no traditional spa services (i.e. massage), which may be a draw...More
I absolutely love this place. I have stayed two times now, and both times have been ultra rejuvenating and nice and quiet. I am impressed with the accommodations and really REALLY you can't beat the price. The only cons are it isn't the fanciest place,...More
The staff are very friendly, there are 5 private baths with unlimited soaks. The rooms are each eclectic and vary in decor. They are comfortable and very reasonably priced. Only downside is if the spa is busy then you may have to wait for soaks...More
Smack in the center of T or C, this colorful spot is hard to miss. My son and I enjoyed our soak in the cozy spa, and our stay in the funky old room in PAM (Pelican Apartment and Motel, one of several options here)....More
Enjoyed our stay. Very relaxing. Love the hot baths. Room was clean and quiet. Staff was very friendly and helpful. Especially Connie. Can't wait to go back again. Price was affordable, coffee in the morning with a nice bath,like all the art work and paintings
US$61 - US$79 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Hi, the baths are in the office building called the spa. There are six private baths made out of thick cement to keep in the heat. The water is changed for each use. You also have a small sitting room room to dry off and... More
Hi, the baths are in the office building called the spa. There are six private baths made out of thick cement to keep in the heat. The water is changed for each use. You also have a small sitting room room to dry off and change that is connected to the bath. The baths are all complementary. Sid bryan, owner