Now owned and operated by the village of Jémez Springs, the original structure at the Jémez Spring Bath House was erected in the 1870s near a mineral hot spring. Many other buildings were added over the years, and the complex was completely renovated into an intimate Victorian-style hideaway in the mid-1990s. It's a funky, low-key spot that's far less formal and fancy than the several spa resorts near Santa Fe. You can soak in a mineral bath for $12 (30 minutes) or $17
(60 minutes). Massages cost between $42 (30 minutes) and $98 (90 minutes). An acupuncturist is available with advance notice. Beauty treatments include facials, manicures, and pedicures. The Jémez Package ($95) includes a half-hour bath, an herbal blanket wrap, and a one-hour massage. You can stroll down a short path behind the house to see where the steaming hot springs feed into the Jémez River. The tubs are not communal, but individual, and there are no outdoor tubs. Children under 14 are not allowed.