Hotels & Lodging in Sierra County
$ = 55-99 per night | $$ = 100-135 per night | $$$ = 136 and up per night
$ = 55-99 per night
$$ = 100-134 per night
$$$ = 135 and up per night
Blackstone’s rooms pay tribute to old tv shows, from As the World Turns to Wonder Woman. Main property rooms have unlimited use of in-room hot springs. 4 Luxury baths for walk-ins.
Charles Hotsprings Resort
1940s traditional spa services include on-site hot springs mineral baths (one soak per person per night). Most rooms have kitchens.
Comfort Inn & Suites
Indoor pool, workout room, spa, guest laundry, and all the amenities you’d expect from the Comfort Inn. Please call ahead to reserve a pet-friendly room for an additional $10.
Holiday Inn Express & Suites
Holiday Inn Express & Suites is conveniently located off Interstate 25. Amenities include complimentary breakfast, indoor pool, whirlpool, business center, and fitness area.
La Paloma Hot Springs & Spa
La Paloma, formerly Marshall Miracle Pools, is a natural free flowing bathhouse with no pumps or pipes. Originally the first car park in T or C, it is now a quiet and peaceful space to escape the stress and demands of life. Stop in, take a breath, have a soak and find yourself.
Affordable overnight lodging in several downtown locations with unlimited hot spring soaks available to lodging guests on a first-come / first-served basis.
Riverbend Hot Springs
Riverbend offers lodging, public and private pools on the banks of the Rio Grande, a sauna, and unmatched views of the river and Turtle Mountain.
Newest Old Motor Lodge–1948 modernized! Rocket Inn offers affordable comfort in quiet and fully modernized King Deluxe and Double Queen rooms that include fridge, microwave, WIFI and HDTV/basic cable. Tastefully decorated for soothing ambiance, the rooms have class, charm, and all are non-smoking. Family-run, dog-friendly and walking distance to Main Street. Fresh coffee, tea, juice,...
Sierra Grande offers full spa services, hot spring baths, a 2-bedroom casita, and eco-tours to two ranches owned by Ted Turner—the Armendaris and the Ladder.