Termas De San Joaquin

With a stay at Termas De San Joaquin in Ramos Arizpe, you'll be in the mountains, and 29.6 mi (47.7 km) from Grutas de Garcia and 28.2 mi (45.4 km) from Bernabe de las Casas Museum.Stay in one of 44 guestrooms featuring flat-screen televisions. Your bed comes with premium bedding, and all rooms are ...

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Max. 5 adults and 4 children

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Check-in starts at: 15:00

Check-out ends at: 12:00

With a stay at Termas De San Joaquin in Ramos Arizpe, you'll be in the mountains, and 29.6 mi (47.7 km) from Grutas de Garcia and 28.2 mi (45.4 km) from Bernabe de las Casas Museum.Stay in one of 44 guestrooms featuring flat-screen televisions. Your bed comes with premium bedding, and all rooms are furnished with double sofa beds. Satellite television is provided for your entertainment. Private bathrooms with showers feature complimentary toiletries and hair dryers.You can enjoy a meal at La Flor de Pitaya serving the guests of Termas De San Joaquin, or stop in at the snack bar/deli. Need to u...

Carretera Villa de García-Paredón km 10 - Ramos Arizpe, Coahuila - Mexico - 25942

Property Amenities

Check-in starts at: 15:00

Check-out ends at: 12:00

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    44

  • Very Good

    48

  • Good

    22

  • Reasonable

    10

  • Bad

    6

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    4

  • Couples

    43

  • Solo travel

    0

  • Family

    40

  • Friends getaway

    20

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Termas de San Joaquin

Reviewed 7 october, 2020

The rooms, restaurant, and pool are average at best, but the hot springs and the star tour at night were so wonderful that makes the experience worth coming back to. I wouldn't recommend this for families, but if you and your partner are in need of some relaxing time this place offers a great escape from the busy world.

rodolfo p

Great service and great place to spend some time with your partner

Reviewed 25 february, 2020

We drove from San Antonio to this place and the drive itself was a journey that ended with us at this awesome place in the middle of the desert. A true gem, the place was very well taken care of and the rooms were awesome. The pools were great and all that we expected but most of all the personal and employees were very friendly and helpful especially the manger Ever, he helped and accommodated us completely. My wife and I went for our 19th anniversary and wife's 50th birthday. It was awesome and plan on going back for another weekend in the near future.

207frankieo

This is not a 4 star hotel, 3 tops

Reviewed 23 february, 2020

The place is nice, close to Monterrey but far enough from the city so you feel in the wild, it feels like a very nice little town 3 stars hotel but the price is higher for the benefits and amenities you get, they even tell you they don't use to give hand towels or dsce towels for the bathroom sink! We're having a great time here, food is good, but they lack attention to the detail in everything... It's clean, beds are comfortable and all is pretty if you love rustic decoration style, I loved it! The thermal waters area is very nice and pretty too, but they lack personnel to keep the order and the observance of the place rules like not be loud, no kids under 12 in there, no music, alcohol or cigarettes, it's a place to relax and enjoy the benefits of the waters, not a McDonald's or a bar! Also I never saw medical personnel either ready for any emergency at the Termas. The astronomic nights are great, Pablo is a true scholar and makes everything very interesting and entertaining while educating you in all the science! Definitely never pay for the buffet except for the breakfast ones, the others are not worth it better to order a la, carte, it's much better!

Raziel E

ATTENTION - there are two different ways/entrances to access the thermal pools

Reviewed 7 january, 2019

Hey! we went there last weekend! it was really nice, i enjoyed it a lot. it is a good escape from the city, peaceful, quiet, warm and relaxing. Though, what we didn't know: There are two different thermal pool areas, which are almost the same, both about the same size!! one are has the one big pool - and the other area has two medium size ones and three super small ones. the difference is the price though - The first are comes with access to the hotel area, and a meal and costs 600 pesos. The other one is access to the big pool (only) and costs only 200 pesos!!! Other then the size of the pool everything is almost the some (bathing area, entrance and so on...). This would have been the better deal for us. But no one told us and we didn't know befor. Also, the receptionist who was happy to sell us 600 pesos ticktes didn't mention the other option and entrance! You should know befor you go there, to make an informed choice what suits you better. Travel save!

749lena840

Too loud

Reviewed 27 december, 2018

Nice thermal waters, bad service, too noisy. We asked the front desk to send someone to quiet the area. No one ever came to quiet the noisy people so requested a refund unsuccessfully. Left with a headache!

jadieco