Ojo Caliente, New Mexico (PRWEB) March 01, 2013
Ojo Caliente Mineral Springs Resort & Spa has the cure for spring fever. Whether you are ready for a road trip, an adventurous Girlfriends’ Getaway or a little romance, this legendary, high desert, healing oasis is the ideal destination to break away to for Spring. Named “One of the Best Desert Getaways” by Outside Magazine Online, and one of the “Top 10 Resort Spas” by Away.com, Ojo has created something special for everyone whether for a day trip or overnight retreat.
The Private Pool & Springs Special offers a great way to spend a day at one of Northern New Mexico’s iconic gems, which is located just one hour’s drive north of Santa Fe and just south of Taos. This Special ($80 Monday – Thursday), includes free access to the Springs for those purchasing a two hour private pool to soak in the legendary water, comprised of four different sulfur-free healing mineral waters, including Lithia, Iron, Soda and Arsenic. The private pools face the amazing cliffs of Ojo provide the perfect environment for those who yearn to bathe au naturale. Access to the sauna and steam room is also included.
For those looking for an affordable restorative retreat, the De-stress for Less Spa Special makes it possible. Guests who spend $100 on spa treatments can soak for free during the week and get 50% off on weekends, and any day the robe and locker amenity is included. Warm those chilly bones with a fragrant body wrap, go-for-the-glow with a rejuvenating face therapy or unwind with our Ancient Echoes head massage.
Ojo’s “Triple the Warmth” package is perfect for anyone looking for a few days of rejuvenation and plan to visit during the week, offering a free night with the purchase of two nights. The Spring Awakening special includes: one night for two in an enchanting suite, access to the new Kiva Pool, yoga classes, and a delightful Private Outdoor Pool wtih a Kiva Fireplace, two 50-minute Essence of Ojo Custom Massages, and unlimited access to all mineral pools. This bundle of Ojo experiences starts at $419.
"At this time of year, our guests are ready to shed their Winter coats, leave the cold weather behind, and enjoy the season of renewal in Ojo’s authentic, healing atmosphere,” said Wendi Gelfound, director of marketing. Gelfound also said that Ojo is launching a Farm-to-Table program this spring that will include a wide array of vegetables and produce grown in Ojo’s new garden as well as sourced from local area farmers and producers. Look for more details about the Farm-to-Table program at The Artesian Restaurant and Wine Bar on your visit.
Some of the most popular signature dishes at The Artesian Restuarant include starters such as Grilled Artichoke with roasted garlic and lemon aioli, and New Mexican Pot Stickers with black bens, goat cheese crema and red chile. Dinner dishes include Chile Seared Sea Scallops with roasted corn tamale, corn cream and fried spinach; Lamb Chops with Zinfandel wine sauce an Chimayo chile couscous, and Cinnamon Duck. Southwestern Favorites include Ojo Fish Tacos (blackened Mahi Mahi with mango salsa and our famous jicama peanut slaw); Housemade Enchiladas and Roasted Vegetable Chile Relleno with goat cheese, sweet pepper salsa and quinoa tamale.