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This place is always amazing and I am always pleased with the service! Connie always goes above and beyond to ensure a great stay! I will indeed be coming back to this home away from home! Thank you always!
This was our fourth visit and we can't say enough good things. We love booking a new room each time - they're all unique, quirky and have a great retro feel. The kitchenettes are handy and we love the extra seating areas in most the...More
A funky place in a colorful, artistic part of T or C. The spa is the highlight, I loved it. One has their own small room with a deep concrete tub, which has two faucets. The large faucet is for the hot mineral water. If...More
This place could be described as quaint or rustic but really, old fashioned and in need of an overhaul. Cracks in the windows , a one speed heating cooling system. Housekeeping? I don't think so. We saw no one in the 4 days we were...More
Response from Sidney B, Owner at Pelican SpaResponded 2 weeks ago
Thank you for taking the time to write - we will certainly be looking into this one.
I'll admit it upfront: I'm a fool for cool, especially when it takes the form of genuine, funky charm. Located pretty much in the middle of everything (and no more than a few blocks from some of the town's best restaurants), ths 1939-vintage motel and...More
Hi, the baths are in the office building called the spa. There are six private baths made out of thick cement to keep in the heat. The water is changed for each use. You also have a small sitting room room to dry off and... More
Hi, the baths are in the office building called the spa. There are six private baths made out of thick cement to keep in the heat. The water is changed for each use. You also have a small sitting room room to dry off and change that is connected to the bath. The baths are all complementary. Sid bryan, owner
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"To be near the soaking tubs, choose a room in the original building."