This is the oldest known site for continuous hot spring activity producing surface mineral deposits in the world today. The ... More
Steamboat Villa Hot Springs Spa
This is the oldest known site for continuous hot spring activity producing surface mineral deposits in the world today. The spa dates back to the Virginia City mining days, when Dr. Edna Carver used these healing waters and operated this famous therapeutic center from 1909 to 1954. The hot springs have since been registered as a National Historical Site. Pamper yourself in one of the private geothermal steam rooms, or sit and relax in one of the spas where the water temperature can be adjusted to please each client. There are several therapeutic services available to augment your spa visit, including Swedish massage, aromatherapy, sports, Thai or traditional Japanese massages. Maybe you would like a mud body wrap using special herbs, which claim to help your body lose inches. Whatever your needs are, they can be met at this healing and therapeutic spa. Reservations are recommended.
my sister in law an i were enjoying a rainy day drive an decided to check out this place weve seen our entire lives but never went to. it was quiet an calming. the staff very kind an helpful. yes it was a bit pricey, but it was a great place for fun an romance we thought. we have since been back with our significant other. the only thing i didnt care for was how itch my skin was after the soak. but a shower at home fixed that. an yes the water is boiling hot but not a problem in getting it perfect for yourself. also it is a rather pretty rural area.
It's a funky location, but don't be put off by it; enjoyed a "tub and rub" for a reasonable price which is a 1/2 hr soak in a bath with a heavenly hour massage in their garden room. It was wonderful. Can't wait to return. Be sure to book massage in advance!
The individual rooms are color coordinated, and have a shower to cool off with. Be careful adding hot water to the tub as the water is absolutely scalding hot. Run some cold water through the spout before leaning back on it. The outdoor tub is real nice in the evening air, but only seats 5. It also has a natural steam room, so you know how hot this water is. $16 isn't too bad for a private room, but its $16 per person, so that's a little pricy, $32 for two people. Careful of the tile floors too, slippery with wet feet. All in all, a very nice place to soak and relax. Pleasant staff. They also offer massages, ect., but we didn't try these amenities. The turn off from Hwy 395 is called Rhodes Road and you have to be paying attention as it arrives quickly at hiway speed.
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