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Longmont, Colorado
Reviewed 16 September 2016

My wife set up a weekend getaway for my 60th birthday and booked us for what we thought was going to be a relaxing weekend. First of all I can not understand how you can not have air conditioning in the rooms in this day and age. Not even a fan, oh you can bring your own fan from home!...

2Thank Firefighter1322
Reviewed 11 September 2016 via mobile

Went up for a romantic weekend and didn't even stay the night. First we reserved a private outdoor spa. The first spa was broken so the moved us to another spa that was so hot we couldn't even soak our feet when we tried to leave the spa the lock was broken so I had to pry the door open...

1Thank George B
Johnstown, Colorado
Reviewed 1 September 2016

The resort at first glance can have you raise an eyebrow or two. However to disconnect from the world for a short while, the resort helps fill in that gap. Very old rooms but comfortable beds, a busy parking lot but quiet inside. Not a bad stay.

Thank Todd C
Aurora, Colorado
Reviewed 13 August 2016

Ok, first I'd like to say that this is a property that is over 100 years old so people should not expect 5 star luxury. Quit being so bougie. We really really enjoyed our time here. The room was fine, not super updated but did the job. We stayed in room 202 in the Inn. I do have to say...

Thank ducky2lucky
Reviewed 29 July 2016

Interesting place that comes with access to the Indian Hot Springs. There are several choices on where to stay here. The front desk recommended the 'resort'. I think it was $10 more expensive than the hotel. The hotel is all outside access to the rooms and the resort rooms open to a hallway. This does not result in any additional...

1Thank Pete R
Santa Fe, New Mexico
Reviewed 25 July 2016

We have been coming to the "Resort" for the past 30 years, but haven't visited in some time. What a major disappointment. Our room was in the old hotel very quaint and exactly what we expected. No air-condition but it's cool in the evening and it had a ceiling fan. Unfortunately we could not open the windows because there were...

2Thank rebecca h
Longmont, Colorado
Reviewed 25 July 2016

The room is relatively small and out of date compared to other hotels (you don't get a kitchen, fridge, fancy tv, etc). The room is really just a place to sleep at night and you spend most of your time outside engaged in activities (there are plenty of them!). Only the hot springs are included in your room, I believe...

2Thank AmettOmega
Kansas City, Missouri
Reviewed 7 July 2016 via mobile

So we came here because of the combination of the hot spring and the massage offerings. We cancelled our appointment in Evergreen in favor of the combo. The rudeness of the staff was surprising for a place that is touted as relaxing and rejuvenating. I will say that the massage itself was incredible due to Tara who has magic hands....

1Thank Matt B
Reviewed 6 July 2016 via mobile

We booked this room, as the last night to our trip to red rocks, Estes Park, and Boulder. Unfortunately for us, we got new tattoos on our trip, so we couldn't go in the cave, or the springs, or the mud. We arrived very late, and they were accommodating and nice. They arranged for us to get our key, and...

1Thank Paige G
Boulder, Colorado
Reviewed 1 June 2016

After reading all the reviews, I was skeptical but wanted to experience it for myself. I went with a friend for her birthday and we decided to go to to geothermal caves and main pool after talking to a friendly staff person. We first headed down to the caves. The locker room was clean and not as small as people...

1Thank Stephanie F

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Additional Information about Indian Springs Resort

Address: 302 Soda Creek Rd, Idaho Springs, CO 80452-9502
Region: United States > Colorado > Idaho Springs
Price Range: €66 - €81 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 62
Also Known As:
Indian Springs Hotel Idaho Springs
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Lakewood, Colorado

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“Be specific about what you want. If not satisfied, let the manager know. Great interaction with her.”
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“It would be best to go to Blackhawk and relax in the Hot Tub.”
delynw2017, 3 Jan 2017 | Read review
“In the winter I would choose a lodge room so you don't have to go outside to get to the pool.”
eminmi80517, 26 Sep 2016 | Read review
“Do not choose any room!”
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“don't bother”
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