Quinn's Hot Springs Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Beverage Selection
TripAdvisor Reviews Quinn's Hot Springs Resort Paradise
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... is a spa hotel - there were no robes.
Parking was very difficult - particularly in Red Elvis night. No priority was given to hotel guests.
We had pre-booked a table at 8 on our first night - but it wasn't ready - we had to wait 20 minutes (and we were very hungry!).
The pool was decidedly tired - missing tiles etc. - lockers cost 50 cents and we hadn't got the right ...
... this - and it was absolutely spectacular. I will let the pictures do the talking here, but this was without doubt the highlight of the trip so far. Artist's Point is definitely a must see site.
Off the beaten trail again gave us the best experience - bubbling hot mud pools, a lily pad lake and a beautiful blue Clear Lake. This trail had absolutely everything.
As we walked along ...
... just have to wait until Christmas ... On reflection, Gardiner would be a good place to stay - right in the edge of the park and with all amenities.
... which meant a live band, lots of BBQ food & people out for an evening of fun. We checked in then headed straight to the hot spring pools, seeing a black snake on route through the gardens where they grow their own vegetables. The pools were so hot but soothing, we splashed around for a while getting very hot then decided to head to get changed & return to see if we could eat in the nice Resturant. They found us a table as they appeared impressed that ...
... from a craft beer festival held out on the towns lake with some of the best beer companies from all over the country visiting. Naturally they had stocked their car full of beer and were more than happy to help myself, taking me to my halfway point about 3 hours down the highway, and a good place to stop off incase I did get stranded :) Waited there, where found another short ride to a gas station but literally no one was around there so hitched back into town, where I knew if no ...