The spa and massage were first-class, but the room was just one step up from a renovated motel--not worth the exaggeraged price! I had a room with two small beds--about the width of an Army cot--and a sink about the same size as the one I shared on board my U.S. Navy ship. Although the bathtub was a newer-looking, jacuzzi-style, my room featured only a telephone and very small television, placed on an equally small cabinet at a level that prevented viewing unless I moved the bed and brass frame which obscured the television. There were none of the other amenities one usually associates with a room costing over $150!! [e.g. coffee maker, refrigerator or microwave] I'm sure many/most people don't check into a lodge in the desert in order to watch television, but I had to drown out the voices in the hallway and the room next-door as the walls are too thin to enjoy any solitude. Enjoy the spa--it's first class--but save your money and stay at a motel near I-25 for half the price!