A special spa menu consists of natural elixirs featuring ginseng, kola nuts, asiatic cherries, Chinese peony, etc. Each elixir addresses a specific wellness issue such as sleeplessness, anxiety and tiredness. The spa also includes a eucalyptus steam room, sauna and relaxation room and guests of these innovative in-room spa suites are also treated to a nightly turn down service including travel candles and neck wraps.
Beauty's Spa: Eldorado Hotel & Spa Unveils New Nidah Suites
A few weeks ago I lead you to the best budget Spa experience in the southwest with a visit to Truth or Consequences. Apparently the NY times thought I did a great job and decided to cover the story for their readers as well. But I'm thinking we could all use a little recession reprieve, no? We are going to ignore the large "they've got this de-pression on" elephant in the room for a moment. Do you mind? Yeah, didn't think so.
Taking the spa experience to new, opulent heights, Eldorado Hotel & Spa is unveiling the Nidah Spa suites with in room oxygen pods (Santa Fe is after all 7500 feet above sea level) and spa treatments. We have one of the very first pictures of the newly completed suites which are named after the four-diamond hotel’s Nidah Spa. Three of the nine junior suites feature posh accommodations promoting peace and tranquility with design reflecting the surrounding Southwest landscape and featuring wall-mounted waterfalls. Plush linens, robes, a customized iPod Nano, a special spa bar, daily breakfast in bed, and Nidah Spa access can all be yours starting at $869 per night (based on double occupancy.)
Nidah Spa is a 4,300 square foot posh spa with signature treatments themed after the Sacred Directions – North: restorative; East: renewal; South: vitality; West: purification and Golden Center : balance. Treatments also use ingredients that are prepared fresh daily and draw from the natural healing properties of plants, legumes and herbs indigenous to New Mexico.