Bella Monte Hot Springs Resort and Spa
How has this resort rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Bella Monte Hot Springs Resort and Spa Desert Hot Springs
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... the cliffs. Large ladders 35 ft x 4 ft wide were later used for daily activities and, presumably, pulled up at night and for defence. Off the Dolores road, 5 miles north of the mesa lies a very good museum, the Anasazi Heritage Centre, built around some Anasazi ruins on the site together with reconstructions and very good ...
... desert! We pulled in and while Bob registered I walked Nibs. Of course he wanted to be with Bob and he dragged me toward the office door. The ladies inside all made a fuss over him and I was told that, "of course" I could bring him inside the office.
We were assigned spot #472 which was at the end of a row and was a pie shaped lot backing onto Bubbling Wells Road. The front of the ...
... the floor of which is littered with large piles of fronds.Its really impossible to tell which trees these fronds came from as all the trees have dead fronds still attached from base to top. Trees grow so close to one another that no sunlight reaches the earth on which they grow and it is cold walking amongst them.
Pushing on down the trail we come to a board walk which keeps our feet from getting wet. Many of the palms have their feet ...
... br> The Whitewater Preserve is 2868 acres surrounded by the Bureau of Land Management San Gorgonio Wilderness. It is named for Whitewater River that runs through it. This place used to be a privately owned trout farm until 1995 when it was purchased by the Wildlands Conservancy. The ranger station is a large open building that is ideal for holding meetings. The folks behind the counter were extremely informative and people friendly. We asked if ...
... the heady years of the Alaska gold rush, importer of Cuban cigars following the Spanish- American War, a political appointee of Theodore Roosevelt (the Postmaster of Sierra Madre), citrus baron, desert homesteader, discoverer of the aquifer that has made Desert Hot Springs a world-renowned health center, soldier in WWI (where he attained the rank of sergeant with the 345th Battalion Tank Corps), student at Academie Julien in 1920s Paris, world traveler, city father, ...