My husband and I stayed in one of the luxury cabins and I was so impressed with how spacious, clean, and comfortable it was — especially because for less than $300 per night in July.
The luxury cabins are situated on the north end of the property along a little peaceful strip of land dotted with greenery and bookended with hammocks.
The main lodge of Chico Hot Springs is the historic heart of the resort. I enjoyed wandering the halls and taking in the old-fashioned features.
The rooms have been updated, but retain some rustic charm. The main lodge rooms are of great value since most rooms do not have an ensuite and instead have shared bathrooms down the hallway.