New Mexico Hot Springs
A short hour's drive from Santa Fe sits the sulfur-free mineral rich waters of Ojo Caliente Mineral Springs Resort & Spa. Sit and soak in temperatures of 80-105 degrees, and let all tensions melt away. Shhh, keep conversations low, most of the areas are in "whisper" zones.
By Kate Donnelly, AFAR Local Expert
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Soak at Ojo Caliente
An hour north of Santa Fe, the mineral-rich springs around Ojo Caliente Resort and Spa have attracted wellness-seekers for centuries. And the property—which includes three restored buildings listed on the National Registry of Historic Places—does its part to heal and invigorate. Seize the day with a mountain bike ride or hike along arroyos that cut through the hills rising above the property. That still leaves plenty of time for soaking in mineral hot springs, taking a yoga class, or pampering yourself with a massage. Spend the night in one of the Cliffside Suites, each outfitted with kiva fireplaces and a private outdoor soaking tub that backs up against the picturesque cliffs.
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50 Los Banos Drive, Ojo Caliente, NM 87549, USA