10 Best Spiritual Resorts in the West

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9 Responses to “10 Best Spiritual Resorts in the West”

  1. Thank you very much for choosing Harbin Hot Springs
    in your Top Ten!

    We have many more rooms than the domes, which are just recently opened to the public. We also offer camping accommodation, and day visits.

    I wonder whether it should be mentioned that Harbin’s pool and sun-deck area is clothing optional?

    Thank you for your good work – you founded a great web site !

  2. Harbin is great! It does have computers in the Cafe… they are not verboten, but everything else you mention is. Harbin is a great place to camp in the warmer summer months, and is very affordable this way. They also have fabulous food in their restaurant, or you can cook your own meals in the communal Fern kitchen (and buy groceries at their wonderful health food store)
    And yes, it is a clothing-optional resort.

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