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Hotel 444 - Charles Mackintosh Room

Located on the second floor of the historic Home Hotel in downtown Lava Hot Springs, the Mackintosh room  features a Simmons Beauty Rest king sized bed, oval shaped hot springs bath for one person with shower, Samsung 32'' Flat Panel tv and free wireless intenet.  Enjoy prints by Mackintosh.  Two minute walk to the world famous Hot Pools!  Our Policies

Bed Type
Bath Type
Queen Size Oval Tub, Shower
In-Room Amenities
Flat Panel TV, Expanded Basic Cable TV, Free Wireless Internet, In-Room Geo-Thermal Heating, iPod Docking Radio, Eco-Friendly Soaps/Shampoos, Mini-Fridge
Amenity Notes

Single person hot springs bath.  No phone in room, but there is a phone in the lobby of the Home Hotel.

Charles Rennie Mackintosh (Jun 7, 1868 – Dec 10, 1928) was a Scottish architect, designer, and watercolourist. He was one of four artists that established the Glasgow School movement. Later in life, Mackintosh worked largely as a watercolourist, painting numerous landscapes and flower studies. He was also interested in the relationships between man-made and naturally occurring landforms.  Arrested as a spy in Suffolk in 1915, he moved to southern France where he spent the rest of his life.  Learn more about the artist

The Mackintosh Room!