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The hot springs were a little busier than we would have liked and lots of kids. Also they closed very early at 9:30. The cave was neat though. We got a suite at the hotel and it was decent but not worth $300. Likely would...More
The hot springs were fantastic! The pools were so refreshing before dinner and the following morning before breakfast. The room was very nice with a wonderful view of the lake and mountains. Although not large, three of us were comfortable in the room. We didn't...More
We came up for the weekend to celebrate our honeymoon. What a awesome weekend. We got the King Suite room with a awesome view of the lake. The hot springs are awesome. The staff was wonderful. We look forward to coming back soon.
Definitely worth a bit to these springs. I visited the Banff hot springs while I was there and there weren't even a patch on these. These were quiet and there was plenty of space in the pool but someone was still overlooking the pool so...More
The Men's change room is always cold no privacy for changing or showering, no paper towels, cheap shower gel bring Your own, Now They put lockers in Men's changing room for Hotel guests only!! So the changing room is even smaller.
The smell of chlorine...More
Response from Rod B, General Manager at Ainsworth Hot Springs Resort
Thank you for your comments regarding the Men's change room that have been noted. Chlorine levels are mandated by Interior Health for all public pools and we monitor ours daily. Some people are more sensitive to Chlorine and we have had no recent concerns similar...More
Hi. We have three pools; the main warm pool, a hot and steamy pool with 160' of caves encased in mineral deposits and a very cold, mountain stream-fed "plunge pool". It is small but no one stays more than a few seconds so... More
Hi. We have three pools; the main warm pool, a hot and steamy pool with 160' of caves encased in mineral deposits and a very cold, mountain stream-fed "plunge pool". It is small but no one stays more than a few seconds so it's never crowded!
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I'm thinking about coming in January, 2017. Are there any buses that can take us to the resort or do we have to rent a car?