Cupid Comes to Ojo Caliente Mineral Springs Resort & Spa to Celebrate the Month of Love at New Mexico’s Historic Hot Springs

The entire month of February is the "month of love" at Ojo Caliente Mineral Springs Resort & Spa and visitors can indulge in romantic specials, girls’ getaways, unique gifts and more.

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Ojo Caliente, New Mexico (PRWEB) January 30, 2014

February is the iconic month to celebrate love and rejuvenation at the high desert oasis of Ojo Caliente Mineral Springs Resort & Spa, located one hour north of Santa Fe and 45 minutes south of Taos, New Mexico.

The Month of Love Package offers the ideal romantic getaway for two that includes one night in an enchanting suite, charming cottage or historic hotel, Essence of Ojo custom massages, a private outdoor pool with Kiva fire, unlimited access to all mineral pools and the new Mud Area, a bottle of wine or sparkling cider, and homemade chocolate truffles. The package starts at $309 per couple.

For single gal pals who are also looking to escape, Ojo’s Girls’ Getaway offers a lovely retreat. The package includes two nights in a Plaza, Pueblo, or Cliffside Suite, access to the tranquil Kiva Pool, choice of spa therapy, yoga classes, and a private outdoor pool with Kiva fire, plus unlimited access to all mineral pools and the Mud Area. The Girls’ Getaway package starts at $599.

The Artesian Restaurant, located in the Historic Hotel provides a delightful dining experience with delicious meals that include gluten-free and vegetarian options. Some favorites include the Green Chile Encrusted Salmon, and the Roasted Vegetable Chile Relleno. Not to be missed are Ojo’s divine desserts such as the Chocolate Cigar, Coconut Mango Trés Leches and our famous homemade Chocolate Truffles.

Ojo's El Mercado Gift Shop and web store showcases unique gifts for your Valentine, including the quistessentially romantic “100 Love Sonnets“ by Pablo Neruda “($19.95), the adorable Oso de Ojo cuddly bear in an Ojo robe ($38), plus innerSpirit Heart-shaped Rattles ($26), and “Follow Your Heart” Mugs and Journals ($12 & $16). Ojo Gift Cards are also a perfect gift to give a little or a lot of Ojo’s TLC and can be purchased online in Ojo’s web store: http://ojospa.com/store.php.

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Ojo Caliente’s Recent Accolades
Featured Santa Fe Getaway – Travel + Leisure
Awards for Best Eco-Spa, Best for Affordability, Best for LGBT, Best for Mineral Springs – SpaFinder Wellness
One of the Best Desert Getaways – Outside Magazine
Top 5 Favorite Mineral Springs Spas & Top 5 Most Affordable Spas – Spa Magazine
50 Healthiest Eco Spas in America – Prevention Magazine

About Ojo Caliente Mineral Springs Resort & Spa
Just north of Santa Fe and south of Taos, you’ll find Ojo Caliente Mineral Springs’ secluded sanctuary. Deemed sacred by Native Americans of Northern New Mexico, Ojo is one of the oldest natural health resorts in the United States. Opened in 1868, and celebrating their 146th year, this legendary oasis is the only hot springs in the world with four unique, sulfur-free healing mineral waters including iron, arsenic, soda and lithia.

Ojo is both historic and fresh with eclectic charm in a relaxed and tranquil environment, and features eleven geothermal mineral pools including the popular Mud Pool. This authentic destination focuses on sustainable practices, and boasts a rejuvenating full-service spa. Treatments include a wide 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, an Historic Hotel and private homes. The Artesian Restaurant serves up fresh, inventive, locally influenced dishes, and international cuisine. Lighter fare, plus an extensive selection of local and imported wine and beer, and creative cocktails are available in the Wine Bar. Activities include yoga and access to thousands of acres of hiking and biking trails.

Jennifer Padilla
JLH Media
505 577 1347
jpadilla (at) jlhmedia (dot) com


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