A $5 million spa resort has emerged in the middle of the desert, a hotbed of activity and excitement, where you can go for a spa, surf, go on an excursion and even, as it happens, have sex with a robot.

The new resort, dubbed Paradise Bay, opened last month in the desert near the town of Paradise, about 60 miles southeast of Las Vegas.

Paradise Bay was built with $5.5 million from a company called EltaS.

The resort, which was originally supposed to open in 2018, is located about 200 miles northwest of Las Vegans and about 400 miles from the Mexican border.

Eltas CEO, Michael St. Pierre, said Paradise Bay’s success was a testament to his company’s commitment to building a resort that is environmentally sustainable and is family friendly.

“It is our goal to create a paradise,” he said.

“I am sure there are others out there who have dreams for paradise.

We are in it for the long haul.”

The resort offers an array of facilities ranging from the luxury spa to the upscale massage parlors to the modern, upscale, private club.

The most luxurious facility is the $3 million Spa Beach.

The private beach is about 50 yards from the resort, and guests can swim there and have sex there.

The other facilities at Paradise Bay include the indoor pool, where guests can indulge in a poolside swim or the outdoor pool, which has an indoor waterfall.

The Spa Beach, which is the only resort with a water feature, is equipped with a sauna and steam room.

St. Pierre said he is a fan of the spa, which he said is designed to help guests relax, and to make them feel good.

“A lot of people who are doing this for the first time will have never experienced this type of feeling before,” he told ABC News.

“We have done it for 10 years,” he added.

“There is no reason for people to feel this way about anything.”

The company says it has had more than 15,000 guests visit Paradise Bay.

It has also had guests with medical conditions, including people with AIDS, bipolar disorder, cancer, multiple sclerosis, and stroke.

The company has partnered with a medical center that offers physical therapy and acupuncture.

It also offers wellness classes and has partnered up with the University of California, Davis, to provide free health care for its patients.

Eltas, based in Las Vegas, operates five other spa resorts, which it owns.

They include the spa in Paradise Bay and a new one in the Nevada desert.

Paradise is one of the few hotels and resorts in Nevada that offers spa services, although it does not have a swimming pool, a spa treatment center or an indoor spa.

St. Peter St. Joseph Resort in Las Cruces, Nevada, has a spa and is also a spa company, which means guests can go to the resort for their own wellness or for an onsite spa treatment.

It’s the only hotel in Las Condes that does not offer spa services.

A spokesperson for the resort told ABCNews.com that it has been working with Eltasys to offer spa treatments and wellness programs, which include massage and relaxation classes.

“We are extremely proud of the resort,” said Nicole D’Amico, Eltasis’s director of media relations.

“In addition to offering its customers a safe, clean and enjoyable experience, the resort also supports its guests by providing a supportive, safe and supportive community where people can come together to experience the beauty of the outdoors, as well as the lifestyle and community they want to create.”