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Bonneville Hot Springs Resort and Spa
At a Glance
- glorious grounds
- impressive architectural detail
- attentive and knowledgeable spa staff
- the Pacific Crest Trail passes directly through the property
- must reserve spa appointments separately from room reservations
- the dull, boxy exterior belies what's inside
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Bonneville Hot Springs Resort and Spa Review
Enter an architectural wonderland of wood, iron, rock, and water, water everywhere—owner Pete Cam and his sons built the resort to share their love of these historic mineral springs with the public, especially those seeking physical renewal. The three-story lobby, with its suspended black iron trestle, Paul Bunyan-size river-rock fireplace, and floor-to-ceiling arched windows, is magnificent to behold. The unique redwood-paneled, 25-meter indoor lap pool is adjacent to an immaculate European spa, offering more than 40 candlelit treatments (mineral baths, body wraps, massages). Rooms are spacious, with upscale furnishings.
Other pools may excel in size or glitz, but the pool at the Bonneville offers a uniquely soothing experience in a picturesque natural setting. Nearby hot springs provide warm, mineral-rich water to the recently renovated spa and pool, and the unbeatable Columbia River Gorge location make it worth a special trip. Lifeguards are present at regular hours, making this an excellent choice for families.
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