The location is nestled in the mountains with terrific views. The rooms have all been updated and... See full review
Andrew from Westminster
Feb 27, 2012
I was a little disappointed that the only robes they had were $80 to buy. For a out door resort in... See full review
Dec 26, 2012
Mount Princeton is the perfect getaway with every amenity. Restful relaxation in a gorgeous natural oasis surrounded by towering peaks. Unique hot springs restore your sense of well being and reconnect you with the healing powers of nature. Expert spa treatments reinvigorate both body and soul. Unlimited outdoor recreation alternatives indulge every interest in every season at every level. Gourmet meals cater to your refined tastes. Restaurant has limited hours during the winter season except for the weekends. Spectacular lodging at reasonable prices make Mount Princeton your perfect option for a fabulous escape. The heart of Mount Princeton is our geothermal springs. Guests lounge in crystal clear odorless waters reaching 135 degrees constructing cooling currents with smooth river rocks. Revered by the Ute Indians as a ceremonial bath these springs also feed our pristine pools complete with a water slide averaging 85 degrees in temperature. Just one short mile away are the treasures of the Colorado Trail with bountiful opportunities to hike mountain bike and experience breathtaking scenery. Also easily accessible are fishing horseback riding whitewater rafting and offroading as well as camping in the San Isabel National Forest. Snowmobiling alpine and crosscountry skiing are popular winter pursuits at Mount Princeton. Swimming tennis basketball and of course a luxurious spa experience await back at the resort. Many guests make the short trip to nearby Aspen or Salida to experience their renown cultural offerings. Mount Princeton is an idyllic site for romantic weddings and intimate getaways family vacations with activities for all ages or corporate meetings overlooking our gorgeous valley. Accommodations range from tasteful doublequeen rooms with exposed wooden beams to secluded cabins resting peacefully by the babbling Chalk Creek. Come and explore the natural splendor that is Mount Princeton Hot Springs Resort.
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They have made great strides in truly becoming a resort around wonderful hotsprings. The use of the spa is a huge plus too. The cliffside rooms- converted and totally upgraded motel rooms have stunning views of the Collegiate Mountain range and
the Chalk Cliffs on the back patios. What a breakfast spot- even in Wintertime! Well worth the price.
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Short drive from hotel
good pizza in Buena Vista- Pizza Works, on hwy 50 strip, west end of town or right (north), old Pizza Hut building
We had a great get away at the Mt Princeton Hot Springs Resort over the weekend. Our room was clean and comfortable. The staff was helpful. The food was good, but very overpriced.
We enjoyed spending time in the hot springs along the banks of the
river. There were a lot of non-guests at the pool and hot springs on Saturday, so we decided to head over to the "guests only" area. It left something to be desired.
We will go back, but will look for deals and bring food with us.
The location is nestled in the mountains with terrific views. The rooms have all been updated and are very clean. Staff is friendly. Seems a bit pricey compared to everything around but then you throw in the hot springs passes and it all evens
out. Why stay in a nasty hotel when you can stay here for the same price? The only downside is the hot springs facilities (changing rooms building) is a bit outdated but once you are in the pools you wont care!