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Loved the Loft room!! It gave us a great central location to hang out with our friends and play games. Also, loved utilizing the full kitchen in the main bldg.
Loved the large hot tub at the far end of the main bldg (sat 7...More
Connie,Belinda and Grace each contributed to an overall fun weekend. This is one of many visits I've made and I keep coming back- comfortable beds, wild decorating schemes make this the preferred T or C destination. Keep up the good work.
In my opinion, Pelican Spa is quintessential New Mexico. It is colorful, funky, and perfectly imperfect. Pelican Spa is housed in a historic building. It was built in 1939 as a, you guessed it, motel and mineral (hot spring) house. The original, vintage stone floors...More
The room was very comfortable and clean. The staff was friendly but not intrusive. The tubs were clean, and very deep. I loved my stay, and would go back the first chance I get. Connie was at the desk a lot of the time, and...More
This motel/spa has rooms in a number of buildings. I can only review the one in which I stayed. It appeared to be a motel which was built in the 1950's. The room I stayed in was called Pam3. It had two queen-size beds. It...More
US$61 - US$74 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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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