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Designed by Jonathan Adler, Parker Palm Springs is a great place to stay during your vacation in Palm Springs. Spread over 13 acres (5.26 hectares), the resort will make you feel like royalty as you walk through its extensive grounds and landscaped gardens, and luxuriate in amenities like swimming pools, tennis courts and on-site day spa. Frequented by celebrities, the hotel also offers spacious rooms, some of them feature balconies overlooking the grounds. Other perks of staying at Parker Palm Springs include concierge services, daily housekeeping, laundry services and private check-in and check-out to ensure guests only enjoy maximum comfort and convenience. If you are looking for a stay that you will remember for a long time, then a room at Parker Palm Springs won’t let you down.
Welk Resort Palm Springs is a great place to spend your next vacation. The rooms are all one-bedroom villas with a full living room area and a kitchen space including dishwasher, microwave, refrigerator and cookware. Take in a round of golf on their luxury course, or enjoy a delicious meal in their on-site restaurant.
With a fast paced life and the stress that accompanies it, you need to unwind in peace. L'Horizon Spa and Resort invites you to come and experience solace away from the stressful city life. Its history dates back to 1952, when it was built as a private family villa for oil tycoon Jack Wrather and his family, and was a famous holiday retreat for celebrities that include the likes of Marilyn Monroe. Re-designed by the talented home designer Steve Hermann, the resort is done up contemporary as well as old world decor patterns. The spacious airy bungalows are mostly furnished with wood, with each overlooking a spectacular view. The resort's spa services offer various treatments like seaweed body massages and prenatal relaxing treatments that are as individual as you. Treat yourself to something good and let L'Horizon Spa and Resort pamper you.
Ace Hotel and Swim Club has a bohemian vibe to it which is a welcoming change from other standard hotels. Housed in a former roadside motel built in the 1960s, this spruced up hotel is a fun place to stay with your family and canine friend. Overlooking the San Jacintos Mountains, you can take refreshing dips or parties at the the commune pool, poolside patio or swim club. Get rejuvenated at the Feel Good Spa. Their rooms are all uniquely designed with handicrafts and artworks, and are cozy. Their dog park is a nice spot to take your four-legged pets on a walk. Workout at their gym if you don't like swimming. Dine at King's Highway or unwind at The Amigo Room over craft beers, artisanal drinks and live entertainment. They also have several spaces for events and weddings. Take part in Sissy Bingo at their restaurant on Mondays and win cute prizes.
Established in 1947, this lovely courtyard hotel features lush, colorful Mediterranean landscaping and intimate guest accommodations. The rooms are decorated with European antiques from different regions. Some suites have private patios, private outdoor spa baths or fireplaces. The Villas are independent apartments with full kitchens, dining rooms and fireplace, available as one-bedroom or two-bedroom retreats. As an added bonus, the Europa Restaurant offers a cozy dining room and room service. The management notes that the clientele is predominately adult. Children, while not forbidden, are not particularly sought out as clients.
Catering to the lesbian traveler, this "Exclusive Resort that Caters to Women" offers a pleasant poolside courtyard, where palm-shaded chaises are surrounded by California Mission-style bungalow "casitas" (Spanish for "little houses"). Most rooms offer terrific views of daily color changes on the nearby mountains. The rooms are all non-smoking, and some casitas include fireplaces. Massage services are available.
Hotel California is a boutique accommodation in the scenic city of Palm Springs, surrounded by stretches of mountains, desserts, grassy patches and water bodies. A choice of seven room styles affords the perfect romantic getaway for short as well as extended stays. Rooms such as King Poolside, King Romantica, Townhouse and Casita feature rustic-style interiors with eclectic prints and soft brown decor. Some have patios with views of the swimming pool and mountains, while the suites are as good as stylish homes, replete with kitchens and living rooms. Saunter through the landscaped gardens with fountains and colorful flowers, or lounge by the heated pool, under the shade of tropical banana and rubber plants, basking in the warm Californian sunshine. The spa has a vintage Spanish decor and offers moments of tranquility. Guests can also rent movie DVDs from the in-house library and beach cruiser bicycles for exploring the city. While this hotel doesn't have a restaurant, it offers a barbecue pit and a fully-equipped kitchen for cooking your own meals. The hotel caters more to couples and doesn't permit very young children or pets to stay within the premises.
This business-friendly hotel is centrally located near the airport and the Palm Springs Convention Center, and is about one mile from the downtown "village" area of Palm Springs. The rooms are pleasantly appointed and offer full amenities in the Marriott style. Budget conscious travelers should note that the rates vary substantially between summer and winter, with discounted rooms available May through October. Lower prices also prevail in April and November, the local "shoulder season".