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Unique hot springs experience

Several outdoor hot springs with pools of different temperatures. Also some enclosed pools with... read more

Reviewed 30 April 2017
Silverthorne, CO
Desert Hot Springs

Like many other reviewers we were headed for La Gruta, which was closed, and ended up here, which... read more

Reviewed 1 April 2017
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The pools at this popular site are fed by a hot spring.
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  • Average11%
  • Poor4%
  • Terrible9%
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San Miguel de Allende, Mexico
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Reviewed 30 April 2017

Several outdoor hot springs with pools of different temperatures. Also some enclosed pools with light shining in either from holes in the ceiling or through glass. Picnic grounds with tables and many families in attendance. Clean changing rooms, a great place for a relaxing morning...More

1  Thank rettwav8r
Reviewed 1 April 2017

Like many other reviewers we were headed for La Gruta, which was closed, and ended up here, which was nearby. Signed up for a massage in the newly built spa (somewhat austere), which was relaxing. Went into the pools, including the man-made "caves", which I...More

Thank travanalyze
Reviewed 18 March 2017

We had planned on going to La Gruta (hot springs) that all of our friends had told us about. When we arrived it was closed (on Monday and Tuesday) so our cab driver suggested Escondido Place. We had a wonderful day here. The hot springs...More

Thank MaryAnneErickson
Reviewed 14 March 2017

Every Wednesday the four of us hop into a cab for our weekly cab ride to Escondito. What a lovely spot and so relaxing. Make sure you visit all three of the covered linked pools and enjoy a mini massage by standing under the water...More

Thank Alphatravelots
Reviewed 8 March 2017

We were advised to go to La Gruta next door, but when it was closed our cab driver recommended this place. It was very nice, with multiple pools, indoors and out, from cool to very warm. It's a nice place to get outside the city...More

Thank Billy J
Reviewed 1 March 2017

Not exciting but a nice respite from the town. Clean and well arranged with warm shower and water flow from above. Also a lovely pool and picnic area.

1  Thank emkay2010
Reviewed 29 January 2017

we went to la gruta before checking out this place. i will be coming back here instead! gorgeous and well maintained, a must see.

Thank bryan m
Reviewed 3 January 2017

We came here wanting to experience something different to another spring we already knew and were nicely surprised! This a picnic place, people carried all sorts of food with them, a barbecue as well? I'm not sure! The only "bad part" was that the rest...More

Thank Cata G
Reviewed 27 November 2016

We ended up here because La Grotto was unexpectedly closed. Our driver said that maybe we should try this instead. It was difficult to figure out exactly what to do, and there wasn't really anyone to ask. We finally made our way to what seemed...More

2  Thank traveltoes
Reviewed 3 November 2016

Gorgeous tiled (indoor) springs on a beautiful property - the park was lovely to sunbathe in, I had an excellent outdoor massage, and loved the baths. Restaurant had simple but delicious food, and excellent pina coladas. Will continue to come every year!

Thank Jade M
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donald k
1 May 2015|
Response from Don_A_TX |
Two options, (1) bus which leaves from Calzada de la Luz in SMdA to Atotonilco at 10am, 12, 2pm and 4pm and is marked "Sanctuario" (2) from SMdA "Central de Autobuses", take a second class bus (will stop anywhere) to Dolores... More