Hot Lake Springs, La Grande
Categories: History Museums, Spas & Wellness, Museums
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This was the second time I have visited. I am always amazed how much is on display for a private museum. Go, just for the museum. I have looked into most of the rooms and not sure I would ever stay.
The meal was not good..very high priced and the old musty smell.. Was really wanting the feel of history. Had been there back in 70's and it had a wonderful chef then. And we enjoyed it then...the old... read more »
I have been to many hot springs and have never paid as much as I did here; $25/hr. There was no one watching my time limit, so it caused me no stress. Soaking in tubs is well worth the amount they ask... read more »
My best friend and I stayed here three years ago and enjoyed every minute! We had a beautiful two bedroom suite...I slept like a baby in the very bed shown in their promo picture. We were encouraged to wander the halls and enter any of the rooms who's door was open taking pictures, marveling at the uniqueness of each and every room. The food was good. The owners were warm and eager to please. The grounds were lovely. The hot spring pools were clean and very relaxing. The sculpting area was interesting, not to mention all the wonderful sculptures on display. We really loved the experience we had. My only disappointment was NOT encountering any ghosts... maybe next time! Submitted by - Two Charming Chicks.
We had the best experience here. The land surrounding the B&B is just beautiful and there are other things on site to look at such as the hot springs, trappers hut, multiple hot tubs in different locations, and other sites. Inside each room is a different style. I can't even describe how lovely our room was. The bed was soooo comfortable. The staff were just so friendly and helpful. They had wifi which we love. There is also a museum on site. The building is still being renovated so it was great to see a before the renovation room and current. If a room wasn't booked for the night then you were allowed to walk through it. So peaceful and relaxing.
We took the tour of the grounds, museum and primary structure. Fantastic exhibits in the large museum with a very helpful curator available to answer questions and give more detail. This looks like a project of immense undertaking and give thanks to the property owners for dedicating so much effort and pain into the Hotel and history. Can't wait to return and be a guest in their B&B.
Hot lake springs is not for kids. If you like ghosts, history, bird poop, and dust then go ahead and stay here. The peacocks were cute though. Honestly, Hot lake springs should be called Lukewarm springs because the mineral water in the hot tubs is always cold. On the topic of hot tubs, they were slimy and un-satisfyingly sticky. Watch your step when you walk around the property because of the bird poop, it's everywhere. Personally I'm not a fan of historical things so this was a boring trip for me. Dust is very prominent, it's all over everything. When it came to sleeping the beds were extremely uncomfortable. Me and my friend made a trip to the third floor because we heard it was haunted. While walking through the hallway she was tripped. After that we were to scared to enter the surgical room. In the end I do not recommend going to this hotel.
I really enjoyed getting to know the staff and the owner. They have made great improvements in the hotel as well as the grounds. There has always been a great fascination with the building of HOT LAKES and the grounds. Awesome, History in the whole area. Make sure you try to come see this HISTORY!!! 😄😄😄😀😀...
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