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We just paid five hundred bucks to spend two nights making our own bed, cooking and washing up, why? Well that's the question I asked myself when I arrived at Sagewater. Within the hour I had my answer... Yes, yes, yes!
I don't want to...More
3 Thank LollypopSunshine
Response from PorterHouse09, Owner at Sagewater SpaResponded 5 April 2012
"I have never in my life had such fun doing so little. Can't wait for another visit."
You are such a riot, we enjoyed reading your English perspective. Guests do enjoy being on their own schedules, privacy without interruption and our sweet kitchenettes.
this is the place. We loved our time at Sagewater- it was exactly the relaxing spot we were craving. The owners are so welcoming and go to great lengths to make sure you are comfortable. The guests create a good vibe and we were amongst...More
My wife and I started going to Sagewater Spa in 2001 right after we moved to Los Angeles and right after they opened. We used to go a few times a year. Now we have two children and we hadn't been in almost 5 years....More
Rock Hudson to my left, Cary Grant to my right. Frank and Dino enjoy their martinis, the magnificent views of Marilyn Monroe AND San Jacinto! These are my sweet dreams of Sagewater! An homage to Mid-Century architecture and style, Sagewater evokes the elegance of these...More
4 Thank Maliblues
Response from PorterHouse09, Owner at Sagewater SpaResponded 24 March 2012
Your review is totally you and we're ovine' it! Steverino please enjoy our fantastic mineral waters with Edie soon!
Ask the owner, Rhoni. She will get RIGHT back to you, for sure. I cant say that there is a hard and fast rule about kids, but the vibe there is quiet and respectful. Lots of places have curfew on the pool. There are no... More
Ask the owner, Rhoni. She will get RIGHT back to you, for sure. I cant say that there is a hard and fast rule about kids, but the vibe there is quiet and respectful. Lots of places have curfew on the pool. There are no such rules at SageWater... in other words you can spa 24/7. The KEY is do it QUIETLY. There are plenty of other spas that will accommodate less-than-quiet kids. Since there are only 7 rooms there, I think it might be boring for the kids.