The Babaloo Suite is a wonderful place to getaway from the outside world — relax, soak and rest. A vintage Truth or Consequences board game and the portrait of Lucille Ball always brings a smile when guests check into the room.
Because of the luxury king bedding, with plush pillows and a fluffy down comforter, guests in The Babaloo Suite all agree that it is the best night’s sleep they ever had.
People come to Blackstone Hotsprings for the Baths and Beds. Your room has a large custom tub that fills with water from the hot spring for unlimited private soaking. The tub is easily large enough for two.
There are custom features throughout Blackstone Hotsprings — original artwork, handmade doors (from old-growth lumber salvaged from other parts of the building), and beautifully restored hardwood floors. A Lucy and Desi photo collection makes it feel like “home.”
The kitchenette has a coffee bar, microwave, sink, and refrigerator.
Sadly, the much-loved vintage fridge that came with the building – the one that was the inspiration for The Babaloo Suite and our TV-themed rooms – had to be replaced in 2011. The story goes like this: soon after buying the property, we opened up this particular fridge, saw the pink interior, and said “if I Love Lucy had been in color, this would have been her fridge.”
In the winter, the kitchen is the favorite spot to have a cup of coffee and wake up. The floors are heated geothermally, and there is nothing like the feeling of warm floors on a cool winter morning.
The Babaloo Suite has a flat panel TV with DirecTV, including HBO, Showtime, XM Satellite Radio, and free wireless internet.
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