New Mexico

La Paloma Too - Hot Springs in the U.S.

Finding a hot spring straight out of the ground is not so easy.

Normally, only a tub can be made right above the source of the spring.

However, at Truth or Consequences, one of the most famous spa towns in the southwest of the U.S., there are many hot pools fed by geothermal water straight out of the ground.

Passion Pie Café

Passion Pie Cafe2

Before dipping in the water, let’s eat at the pretty cafe.

Passion Pie Cafe3

Their specialty is a quiche.

Passion Pie Cafe1

You will love the soft and delicate texture.


Gravel Bottom

The spa facility had been operated under the name of Hay-Yo-Kay Hot Springs.


Today La Paloma Too is doing the business by the same owner of La Paloma Hot Springs & Spa.


It is often seen for hot springs straight out of the ground to have the building at lower level than streets.


This ditch has the historical value.
So what?

The rate is $7 for a half hour, and $12 minutes for an hour.

Paying Counter

You will be asked which private bathrooms you like to choose.

All seven bathrooms have indoor tub with mineral water straight out of the ground.

Today's Temperature

A whiteboard shows today’s water temp, which is hotter than a Paloma Hot Springs & Spa, between 100 and 111 degrees F.

Due to the slight difference of the size of tubs, the temperature varies.


This is one of the largest tubs; 36 inches deep.

Large Tub

All the bathrooms look historic and rustic.

This is a middle-sized tub; 33 inches deep.

Middle Tub

This is one of the smallest tubs; 29 inches deep.

Small Tub 1

A smaller tub tends to have hotter water, but sometimes it is not true because of the different amount of water gushing.

Small Tub 2

After soaking, cool down your body at the patio.


You cannot leave Truth or Consequences without experiencing the sacred water straight out of the ground.

The overwhelming geothermal heat like Tsunami is just awesome.


La Paloma Too, Truth or Consequences, New Mexico, U.S.


  • Style
  • Rule
    Private bathroom
  • Chlorination
    Not detected
  • Water Temp
    Up to 111 degrees F

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