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I’ve spent many days at Novaqua soaking, swimming, enjoying the Turkish bath, the mud, the hot/cold pools, massage....everything. And I always give high marks and reviews.
Yet, we went yesterday, and only half of the areas were open, no hot water for showers, and construction...More
While the sauna and mud baths are smaller than Piedra de Agua, the main pool is both large and very warm. My family was in heaven with the massage package we bought. I would recommend calling ahead of time if you are getting a massage,...More
I came here hoping for a little R&R- I came a little after noon on a Monday. There were just a few kids- no biggie. But about an hour later, there must have been at least 25 kids- jumping in, splashing around (splashing me plenty...More
Why am I giving 5 stars to this small hot springs spa....for several reasons:
First, it's the only one that does not allow kids under 16 years of age. For me, nothing ruins a tranquil relaxing day at a thermal spa more than a bunch...More
Went here with my mother on a ladies evening of relaxation. And it was exactly that, the ambience of te place is great together with the smooth music and all the accommodations they offer (sauna, warm pools and cave mud). Very affordable as well, just...More
It's one of the places I come every time I'm here in cuenca is beautiful so relaxing very private no kids allowed only 16 and older you have a mud from the volcano you can rub on your body it helps to take toxins out...More
Banos is known for their thermal spas and has many to offer relaxation and therapies. I tried another spa before this one, and while the other was picture perfect, it was also more expensive and catered to tourist and gringos. Novaqua has less of a...More
It's well known, so cab drivers will know where it is. It's located up the hill behind the public pool, but the road does not go there directly, so they'll have to drive around.Address: La Guadalupaba, Cuenca (Banos... More
It's well known, so cab drivers will know where it is. It's located up the hill behind the public pool, but the road does not go there directly, so they'll have to drive around.Address: La Guadalupaba, Cuenca (Banos neighborhood)
Phone Number: 593 72 892354. I too went there directly from the airport, to relieve stiff muscles from the long flight. It worked!