Bathing Beauties at Sunrise Springs: New Ojitos Baths

The Ojitos outdoor pools offer privacy and picturesque views // Photo by Sunrise Springs Spa Resort

Sunrise Springs Spa Resort in Santa Fe, New Mexico is helping guests soak in the benefits of water while enjoying the great outdoors with its new Ojitos open-air, mineral-infused bathing experiences. Experiences start at $30 for an individual soak, lasting 25 minutes, and at $45 for two guests for 50 minutes.

Surrounded by cottonwoods and overlooking the resort’s picturesque spring-fed pond, the new Ojitos soaking area features two outdoor pools, two mineral-infused soaking tubs, a coed eucalyptus steam room, and two private steam showers. The mineral-infused soaks offer a calming, naturally detoxifying magnesium-based bathing experience that helps to relieve stress and body aches.

“Our mission at Sunrise Springs is to provide an immersive experience to create a greater connection to the waters here for our guests," says founder Andy Scott. "As passionate stewards of our sacred springs, we are excited to unveil Ojitos as the first iteration of this effort. Natural springs have been a source of gathering, healing, and nourishment for diverse groups of people throughout history, and we are honoring that legacy by emphasizing these waters as a central experience.”


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Find out more about the Sunrise Springs' new Ojitos experiences on the resort's official website.


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