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Chena Hot Springs Resort, Pleasant Valley

Categories: Hot Springs, Nature & Parks
Inspirock Rating:
3.5/5 based on 360+ reviews on the web
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  • The hot springs it's pretty hot on the day I went, but I managed to find a spot it's right temperature, so I got to soak in the hot springs and enjoyed the beautiful flowers/view around the hot spring...  read more »
  • The Chena hot springs were beautiful! I unfortunately did not bring my bathing suit, so I walked around to see the dog mushers in training & went horseback riding. Cassie was my tour guide & was great...  read more »
  • Grounds are gorgeous, restaurant is 1st rate, rooms are fine & The Ice Museum-OMG! Seriously, DO NOT MISS THIS PLACE. And, the price is right! 
  • It's the only place to go in the winter. A bit of a drive b and kinda pricey but totally worth it. I love to drive up there at 30 blow.All life's problems melts away in the water. Though I wish they had a Sana.
  • The hot springs get a 5 star, everything else, eh. We went specifically for the hot springs and they were very cool (in a hot way). The outdoor section is built up so the water is fantastic and your feet aren't scorching. However it is lined by rocks and beautiful scenery so it still has a natural aspect. They are pretty inexpensive but you will have to rent a car to get here, so that makes it expensive. You may want to do the ice museum while your there (kind of cool but over-priced). We did not stay the night.
  • Nice place but dont bother trying the lockers in the pool area. They stole a few quarters before I could secure my gear! Food in resturant is yummy!! I think 15 bux just for a dip is alot but in winter its pretty nice!
  • They have pretty much anything you could really need at a resort, and doesn't feel too resort-y! The ice sculpture museum is really cool, the geothermal energy tour that goes through their greenhouse is amazing, and the hot springs are very relaxing.
  • About an hour away from the City of Fairbanks, road is ruffed up from winter months, room was dated, service was great. Love the idea of the springs, great quite location. Only two downs were the constant smell & taste of sulphur which is understandable with hotsprings. But since they are far away from city water, they use spring water for everything sp when you wash your hands they smell like you didn't wash your hands.