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Reviewed 3 February 2014

As Americans in the area, we're always looking for something new to try. When we found out this was only an hour away from where we're currently working, we decided to roll the dice. While the area is kind of remote (away from Jimo itself), the 'resort' itself is pretty nice. Parking was plentiful and the service was pretty good, we entered from the hotel, and were guided by a semi english speaking staff member to the hot spring side (we were not staying the night).

Tickets were 138 RMB ea, and we did not have reservations, because we understood that this day over new year holiday was not busy. One member in our party didnt want to go into the water, but had to pay 138 to get in if they wanted to. They decided against it so they waited in a sitting area that the hotel provided to them at no charge. I'm not sure what else is included in the 138 RMB cost, but there were other floors in the resort area with food and internet cafes etc.

We entered and they take your shoes and socks, and toss a pair of sandals at you, then you enter a dressing/locker room area, where you and a staff member need to open your locker together. Once changed, they request you rinse off in the shower before entering the water areas.

Basically there arent really any hot springs per se. Its a series of hot tubs and pools that are filled with the water from the springs. The resort itself was quite large and crowded, but we never felt like we did not have a place to go due to overcrowding.

The sauna area was missing the staff member and most of them were shut off and had no way to turn them on.

Outdoors there were several hot tubs with varying temperatures of water, and a new area that was not yet completed.

There was a rainforest area with a large pool that was being repaired, and a few other small pools, one that included a pond filled with fish that eat your dead skin cells. That cost extra though.

Overall, it was an OK trip, however, we all felt that the general cleanliness of the showers, water, and locker room maybe left something to be desired.

We may go back to the area, just to another resort.

  • Stayed: February 2014, travelled with friends
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Reviewed 25 June 2014
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  • Stayed: October 2013
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Reviewed 11 August 2013
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Reviewed 10 August 2011
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  • Stayed: December 2010
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Reviewed 21 June 2011
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  • Stayed: March 2011
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