Ojo Caliente Mineral Springs Resort & Spa Has Been Awarded First Place for Best Day Trip from Santa Fe and Second Place for Best Massage

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The High Desert Mineral Springs Resort Has Been Named "Best Day Trip" from Santa Fe. Located an easy 50-mile drive from Santa Fe, in the middle of spectacular O'Keeffe Country, Ojo offers numerous spa, soaking and recreation options for its visitors.

"We are delighted to provide additional options and increase the offerings in our packages so our guests receive even more value for their money and can then explore other experiences at Ojo, especially in the Spa." Wendi Gelfound, Director of Marketing

Ojo Caliente Mineral Springs Resort & Spa has been awarded two of the Santa Fe Reporter’s annual “Best of Santa Fe” reader awards, including first place for “Best Day Trip” and second place for “Best Massage.” Ojo Caliente was also recently named “One of the Best Desert Getaways” by Outside Magazine Online, and was awarded the prestigious “Certificate of Excellence” by popular travel resource, TripAdvisor for consistently high praise from travelers.

Ojo also announced today its new summer specials that showcase its healing mineral waters, spa treatments, indigenous products, stunning high desert location as well as hiking, biking, yoga and dining at the Artesian Restaurant and Wine Bar.

Lodging and spa packages include the Summer Suite, Couple’s Romance Retreat and Ojo’s Girlfriends’ Getaway (outlined below). Special offers for day guests include Soak & Stretch Yoga for $25 (a 20% savings); Private Pool & Springs Special, which offers free Springs’ entry with the purchase of a two-hour Private Pool, and the attractive De-Stress for Less Spa Special, which extends complimentary soaking and robe and locker amenity with the purchase of a $100 spa treatment Monday through Thursday, and 50% off soaking on the weekends (a $33 to $43 savings).

The Ojo Girlfriends’ Getaway starting at $629, includes exceptional added-value with a savings of up to $169 for two nights in an Plaza, Pueblo, or Cliffside Suite, access to the new, private Kiva Pool, two Ojo spa treatments, (choices of 50-minute Essence of Ojo Custom Massage, Down-To-Earth Moor Mud Wrap, Sacred Journey Aroma Wrap, or a Ojo Custom Face Therapy. Package also includes yoga classes, a delightful Private Outdoor Pool with Kiva fireplace plus unlimited access to all mineral pools, Mud Pool, steam and sauna.

The Couple's Romance Retreat starting at $629, is also a two-night package similar to the Girlfriends’ Getaway with alternative spa offerings plus a divine bottle of wine or sparkling cider and housemade chocolate truffles. The Couple Romance Package also includes yoga classes, a delightful Private Outdoor Pool with Kiva fireplace plus unlimited access to all mineral pools, mud pool, steam and sauna

All lodging package pricing is based on double occupancy and is valid seven days a week excluding holiday periods. Summer Specials run through August 31, 2012. For complete package details and to see Ojo’s offerings for Fall, visit their website at ojospa.com.

Ojo Caliente’s Recent Accolades
2012 Certificate of Excellence Award from Trip Advisor
One of the Best Desert Getaways – Outside Magazine Online
Top 10 Resort Spas – Away.com
Top 5 Favorite Mineral Springs Spas & Top 5 Most Affordable Spas – Spa Magazine
Top 10 Favorite Mineral Springs Spas in the World – SpaFinder Magazine

The secluded sanctuary that is Ojo Caliente is tucked into a cottonwood dotted river valley just north of Santa Fe and just south of Taos, NM. Opened in 1868, Ojo is one of the oldest natural health resorts in the United States, and the only hot springs in the world with four unique, sulfur-free healing mineral waters: iron, arsenic, soda and lithia. Deemed sacred by the Native Pueblo tribes of Northern New Mexico, Ojo has been a gathering place for diverse groups for thousands of years.

Ojo is both historic and fresh with eclectic charm in a relaxed and tranquil environment. It boasts a rejuvenating full-service spa, utilizing a range of Native American- and East Indian-inspired therapies, which incorporate wild crafted and indigenous herbs, flowers and essential oils. The resort consists of 48 beautifully appointed New Mexico style lodging units, including enchanting suites, charming cottages, the Historic Hotel and private homes. The Artesian Restaurant serves up fresh, inventive, locally-influenced foods, as well as international dishes. Lighter fare, plus an extensive selection of local and imported wine and beer are available in the Wine Bar.

The resort property consists of 1100 acres for hiking, biking and bird watching, and is adjacent to thousands of acres of national forest and public land. Yoga classes are offered seven days a week.

For more information, please contact:
Jennifer Padilla
JLH Media
505 577 1347
jpadilla (at) jlhmedia (dot) com

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