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    Resort FAQs

    Discover wellness…and answers to your questions.

When are the high and low seasons at The Springs Resort?

Summer (Memorial Day–Labor Day) is the busiest time of the year and ski season (early November–April 1) is the second busiest time at the Resort. We call Fall and Spring our "Soaking Seasons." The pace is less hectic and it makes for a wonderful time to relax, focus on your personal well-being, revive, and nurture yourself.

Well behaved pets are welcome on a limited basis in the hotel for a $50 nightly fee. However, no pets are allowed to enter the pools area. There are specifically designated "Pet-Friendly" rooms.

Each hotel room opens to an outdoor deck or walkway where ash cans are strategically placed. We appreciate the courtesy of our smoking guests using these areas and cans instead of smoking in the rooms. There is now a large open deck area at the pools end of the Deluxe Building which is central to all buildings and overlooks the river and river walk footbridge. We invite you to sit and enjoy the view and the activity.
All pets must be registered at the hotel desk. Pets are not to be left unattended in the hotel rooms. Pet owners will be asked to sign an agreement upon check-in which states that any violation of our Pet Policy will result in a minimum fine of $100 and/or removal of owner and pet from the hotel. Our goal is to accommodate our guests who wish to travel with their pets as long as it does not impact the comfort and accommodation of the other guests of the Resort.

No, for safety reasons the Springs Resort does not allow visitors to bring in outside food or beverages. No glass containers are allowed in the pools area. Food is available at our Barefoot Grill and our Canteen sells smoothies and assorted alcohol (to those with a valid I.D.). We ask that everyone clean up after themselves so that everyone can enjoy their soaking experience. We thank you for making use of the trash receptacles located throughout the property.

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