when signing up for this hotel on expedia, i at no time saw any description about this place being an "adult only - clothing optional" joint. not suggesting it was hidden or absent; i just didn't see it. it was only after expedia (thankfully) sent the pre-travel confirmation email, when i checked the spa website, that i discovered this. be clear about what you're getting with this place -- a pool, jacuzzi, barbeque pit, small covered disco area; no restaurant, no bar...the clothing "optional" part, well, if you lounge outside, you need to be naked (or wear a towel, wrap, or robe provided by the facility). now, having said all of this, and completely caught off guard by the naked aspect, i personally didn't have a problem doing as the romans when in rome...i enjoyed my stay, everyone was cool, room was great, people just doing their thing, sort of "hanging out" if you get my drift. but it is not a "hotel" in the traditional sense: this the place to go if you want to hide out in the desert naked with someone special for a couple of days. please contact them in advance and get full disclosure on limitations and requirements listed in the contract upon check in, including membership fee. staff was friendly, rooms clean, hospitable. no restaurant so for an extra fee, they will collect lunch and dinner orders from a local joint, pick it up and deliver it to you. homemade margheritas are just so-so, but free and start flowing about noon daily.