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Breitenbush Hot Springs

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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

You will not regret coming here. Unless you're really uptight! It's a very relaxing vibe. Yes people are nude in the soaking tubs. But it's much less of a "thing" than you would think. It's more of a practicality of moving around to different tubs, and enjoying the natural setting with a natural feeling (nakedness rather than feeling fabrics and...

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Sao Paulo
Reviewed 14 January 2017

My only comment is this place is not for everyone. Make sure you know why you want to come and you will abide the strict rules set by the management. Then you can make a decision. This is not a place for tourists and the like.

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Thank BRUStraveller
Bellevue, Washington
Reviewed 11 December 2016

I have always wanted to go to Breitenbush Hot Springs since I read such great reviews about this place. The hot springs were great and my husband and I really enjoyed it. The stay includes your meal and I was really looking forward to it but I did not enjoy the meals. It is all vegetarian (which is OK with...

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Thank nlance2016
Portland, Oregon
Reviewed 13 November 2016

OK, first off, you have to know what to expect, this isn't necessarily for everyone but if it's for you, you're in luck! I've visited twice, first time for a retreat and the second time for a couples getaway. It's a peek into communal living and lots of naked hot-tubbing so may not be everyone's cup of tea. That said,...

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Thank ildiInPDX
USA
Reviewed 24 October 2016

The first thing you need to understand is that this place is owned by 40 residents who do their best to keep it enticing for guests, despite the capital costs in maintaining water systems, sewer lines, geothermal heat, old cabins, hot tubs and much more. They have reasonable prices compared to other retreat spots. They've kept up the critical stuff....

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2Thank luciasur
Salem, Oregon
Reviewed 31 August 2016

I just spent two glorious days on a personal retreat at Breitenbush. The river and the springs offer excellent rejuvenating and healing opportunities. The food is wonderful. The people on staff and visitors are warm, hospitable, and intelligent.

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1Thank Mark M
Reviewed 12 June 2016 via mobile

We thoroughly enjoyed our two night stay! The pools are cleaned three times a day and the grounds are pristine. The food is hot and miss but we were prepared for that and brought some of our own food. I think the cabins with bathrooms are WAY over priced. Everyone was very friendly and helpful.we will be back.

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Thank Shell W
Ashland, Oregon
Reviewed 7 June 2016

We decided to re-visit Breitenbush as it's our favorite escape. Our bodies needing de-stressing and Breintenbush proved again this is the place to be. We chose to do massages this time. Ilsa has magic healing hands! I began relaxing the moment she started talking. I assume she may have been doing Reiki but as I was face down and sinking...

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Thank Lynda S
Portland, Oregon
Reviewed 18 May 2016

Fabulous food and serene environment. The cabins are simple but comfortable. As two of 75 yoga practitioners we were crowded into a space better suited for 50 people or less. This made for a less than desirable experience but the outdoor surroundings mostly made up for the claustrophobic workshop.

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Thank ZenDark30
Yelm, Washington
Reviewed 21 April 2016

Nights 4 & 5 of a road trip of hot spring resorts. Only place we stayed two nights at - I would suggest you do the same ;-) Early (watch the sun rise) morning, late afternoon (checkout is at 1pm, check in not until 3pm) are best times to get the pools to yourself - although anybody else in the...

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  • Free Parking
  • Restaurant
  • Spa
  • Breakfast included
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  • Wheelchair Access
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  • Hot Tub
  • Restaurant
  • Spa
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  • Non-Smoking Rooms
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  • Free Parking
  • Conference Facilities
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Official Description (provided by the hotel)
Our 154-acre wooded resort is surrounded by the Willamette National Forest. Our hot springs have been used for thousands of years as a sanctuary and sacred healing center. Come relax in tranquility and take part in one of our many workshops and daily well-being programs. We offer many types of massage, yoga, dancing, singing and meditation. We also offer a variety of learning programs ranging from foraging and herbalism to tribalism and EDGU. Many of our guests stay in cabins though we also have tent camping and car camping. We offer three chef-made organic vegetarian meals per day. Enjoy miles of hiking in our ancient forests or spend an evening star gazing in our natural hot springs. Please call or visit our website for reservations. ... more   less 

Additional Information about Breitenbush Hot Springs

Address: 53000 Breitenbush Road, Detroit, OR 97342-9703
Region: United States > Oregon > Detroit
Number of rooms: 74
Also Known As:
Breitenbush Hot Springs Resort Cabins Hotel Detroit
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