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The staff members were super nice and helpful. My room was "roomy" and 1960's funky: blue painted wooden floors, weird art work in the bathroom, and a kitchenette. The bed was comfortable and the TV reception was OK. Only was there to sleep and did...More
My wife and our 12 mo old and I stayed here for almost a week during a family visit. I had an amazing mineral bath here. However this hotel lacked basic upkeep and was very understaffed and unfortunately many businesses in this unique western town...More
This is a little hidden gem. The rooms were clean, fully equipped with a kitchen, fridge, etc. our room came with a backyard which our dog enjoyed. The mineral baths are free (unlimited). There are rest restaurants and grocery stores in the area at walking...More
Noise from attached rooms a little annoying, (but the woman was talking quite loudly--she was mad about something)...Super cute room with efficiency kitchen. Concrete floors, so slippers/flip flops recommended. Bring a robe to walk back and forth to the tubs. If staying in courtyard, can...More
Okay, if you want funky, hippy dippy, unusual, and spot on above camping level treats, this is the place to be. Absolutely loved every inch of this place. We had a small kitchen. Be sure to bring your own dishes, tableware, and other items to...More
Hi, the baths are in the office building called the spa. There are six private baths made out of thick cement to keep in the heat. The water is changed for each use. You also have a small sitting room room to dry off and... More
Hi, the baths are in the office building called the spa. There are six private baths made out of thick cement to keep in the heat. The water is changed for each use. You also have a small sitting room room to dry off and change that is connected to the bath. The baths are all complementary. Sid bryan, owner
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"I don't think there is a bad room at the Peiclian"