We just got back from a few days stay at this relaxing gem of a place. The Nurturing Nest is aptly named. It is a relaxing retreat, a place to nourish and nurture the soul. I came with stiff shoulders and back, and left refreshed and pain-free. At least twice daily dips in the…
We booked a room in this hotel for one night because our favorite retreat was not available. This hotel is overpriced. Very outdated furniture in the room, dirty rugs, old appliances in the kitchen. But the mineral pool was clean and relaxing.
The Nurturing Nest is an amazing relaxing place with great energy both from the desert and from the owners. Dr Sandy and Dr Ram are very knowledgeable people and very accommodating . I found this place by chance and I’m happy I did like I always believe that there are no…
If you are looking for a quiet place to relax and soak or swim in mineral water in the desert, this small inn is a good choice. We left our swimsuits drying on a chair and didn't realize it until we got home -- Sandi was kind enough to mail them to us promptly.
If you are looking for glitz, glamour and social, this is not for you. This charming, funky little retreat is for those seeking solace, wondrous thermal waters, silence, peace, and time for reflection. Highly recommend for meditators seeking a solo retreat with healing waters.…
"the wifi didn't work in our room."
"Only 7 rooms and all were small"
"If you are right across the hall from the spa enterance you may hear voices.As I was the cause of the noise I am not sure of the degree."
"Some rooms have kitchenettes which I did not choose, but if I were with others I would have. The wifi is not very strong, but it's good to put down the technology."
"Room 7 is a detached suite, with more privacy and a kitchen/dining area. One of the walls faces the road, but it's pretty quiet, coming from a light sleeper."