Blackstone Hotsprings, New Mexico

Blackstone Hotsprings is one of the most accomplished hotels in Truth or Consequence.

Not only the guest rooms, but also bathrooms take different twists.


Two Historic Baths

In 2005, the current owner purchased and greatly renovated the property of a motel that started the business in the 1930s.

Exterior

They have twelve guest rooms; each of them is themed for a TV show or character.

Courtyard1

Out of them, nine have in-room baths.

Courtyard2

Walk-ins are welcome.

Courtyard3

Going through the beautiful courtyard, I entered the office.

Entrance

If you like to soak in the hottest water, I recommend the Historic Baths.

The Historic Bath1

The Historic Baths were originally built in the 1930s.

The Historic Bath2

During renovation, they found evidence of 10 baths in the original bathhouse.

Two of them were preserved and used for walk-ins.

The Historic Bath3

Opening the yellow valve, 112 degrees F water is provided to the two-people sized tub.

Four private luxury baths

Out of four private luxury baths, one is an indoor bath, and three are outdoor bath.

The rate is $25 to $30 per 50-minute.

The Wet Room1

The Wet Room is the only one indoor bath.

The Wet Room2

The enchantment of this bathroom is the geothermal steam room.

You cannot easily find a natural sauna in T or C.

The Wet Room3

Other three outdoor baths are located backward of the parking lot.

The Red Bath and the Yellow Bath are for four occupants, and the Turquoise Bath is for eight occupants.

The Turquoise Bath

Surrounded by walls, they lack a sense of openness, but are privacy-conscious.

The color of the door tells the name of the bath, the Red Bath.

The Red Bath1

The tub was vacant when I entered the space.

I opened the valve by myself.

The Red Bath3

In a few short minutes, the tub became full, due to the rich water input.

The Red Bath2

Blackstone Hotsprings’s baths take different twists, on the back of affluent springs water.

Blackstone Hotsprings Lodging & Baths, Truth or Consequences, New Mexico, USA
Rating[3/5]
Walk-inYes (Mon – Thu 9:00 AM – 9:00 PM, Fri – Sun 9:00 AM – 10:00 PM)
LodgingYes (Online Reservation Available)
Official WebsiteYes

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Ken Springfield