The Repose Pools
Pond-side, spring-fed thermal pools.
Relax your body and soothe your spirit as you soak in our gently heated natural, spring-fed pools.
Our Repose Pools are set at the edge of a tranquil pond under towering cottonwoods, making them perfectly situated for blissful soaking under the vast, blue New Mexican sky by day or the stunningly bright stars by night.
Soaking in our Repose Pools is open to overnight guests and spa guests to enjoy at your leisure–and soaking is included with your stay.
For private soaking, consider booking an Ojitos outdoor soaking pool or tub.
Roam amidst our five communal pools.
9AM – 10PM …………..$55 per person
Space is limited and reservations are required. Call 877-977-8212.
Repose Pool FAQs
Where do I check in?
Please check in at Guest Check In upon your arrival.
What do I bring?
Robes are provided. We suggest you also bring sandals, a face covering, a water bottle, sunglasses, and a hat.
Is there a noise policy?
The spa area, including the Repose Pools, is a quiet Whisper Zone. In consideration for your fellow guests and to enjoy our natural tranquility, please follow this noise policy.
Can I soak if I have high blood pressure, am pregnant, etc.?
Our waters are held at 95 to 104 degrees F. Please speak with your health professional prior to soaking should you have any health concerns and remember to mention the temperature.
Is there chlorine in the water?
The Repose Pools are filled with spring water directly from the natural source. We use minimal additives to care for the water.
How often are the pools cleaned and how?
We use a state-of-the-art purification system to triple filter our natural, spring-fed water. This is a continuous filtration with a 12-micron filter, ozone, and UV light removes all biological materials.
How long can I soak?
Overnight, day-use, and spa guests may come and go from the Repose Pools at your leisure. We do ask guests to distance from each other, and there is plenty of room among the Repose Pools to do so.
Are the pools open in rain or snow?
Yes, usually. But, in the event of inclement weather or lightning, we may have to close down the pools.
Can I bring food or alcohol to the pool?
No. But the Blue Heron is just steps away and offers a wide range of food and beverages. There are fresh cool spring water stations available poolside.
Are the Repose Pools open year round?