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We paid for just visiting the hot springs themselves as we were camping at kokanee Creek provincial park. The staff were very friendly, and the location was exceptionally clean. Nice big change rooms, and the pool was amazing. The caves were very neat and my...More
I would recommend staying at the hotel when you visit if you can. In the morning, hotel guests get to enjoy the hot springs all to themselves for a couple of hours before it opens. You get nice big comfy robes to wear around, and...More
this is for the Hot Springs only, we did not stay in the hotel or visit the restaurant.
Overall, nice place.
Large warm pool, small hot pool and caves you can walk through and/or sit for a while (hot).
Newly renovated, lights in the caves....More
Response from RodAinsworth, General Manager at Ainsworth Hot Springs ResortResponded 15 June 2016
Thanks for your visit and sorry you weren't 100% satisfied. I'll respond here:
-Our rates are virtually identical to all BC Hot Springs but we have the most unique feature; our caves. We are also the most visited Hot Springs in BC and the most...More
Was very nice clean ,restaurant food very good. Hot springs pool and surrounding area clean and well maintained.
Staff friendly and helpful and our lakeview was spectacular with mountains and the lake view.
Definitely worth a trip back especially in the off season it wasn't...More
This is just the best hot springs. The view is spectacular and the caves are really cool. We also had lunch at the restaurant and were impressed with the quality. They are currently renovating -- it will be interesting to see what changes will be...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!