What's Special About Blackstone Hotsprings:
Guest Rooms at Blackstone Hotsprings:
Dining at Blackstone Hotsprings:
- There is no on-site restaurant.
- Nearby (most within walking distance) are several small neighborhood joints including the Happy Belly Deli and Little Sprout.
- For lunch and dinner, the more upscale Café BellaLuca has soups, salads, sandwiches, pizza, seafood and pasta dishes.
Amenities at Blackstone Hotsprings:
- The "Wet Room" has a hot springs soaking tub and a steam room, open to the public (walk-in, no reservation required) from noon to 6:00 pm; $25 per hour for two people.
- Blackstone's Historic Tubs are from the 1930s, and are available to the public for $5 per half hour. The hot springs water in them comes out at a temperature of about 112 degrees.
- Free wireless Internet access
Good to Know about Blackstone Hotsprings:
- Bathrooms are only equipped with a bar of soap and towels. Pack your own shampoo, conditioner, hair dryer, etc.
- Say hello to the big fluffy cat ("Kitty") and the large yellow dog who watch over the Blackstone.
- The Blackstone was originally a 1920s rooming house with a public bath house.
- Co-owner Rob Wheeler's original photography graces many of the guest rooms.
- Coffee lovers, take note: the brew at the Blackstone is Rob's own signature blend, and is also served at nearby Café BellaLuca.
- Guest rooms are heated with geothermal space heaters.
Contact Blackstone Hotsprings:
410 Austin, Truth or Consequences, NM 87901
Phone: (575) 894-0894
Web site: Blackstone Hotsprings Lodging & Baths