Palm Springs

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13 reviews
The Parker is not a hotel for people who want a tranquil, pastels-only resort experience. — Condé Nast Traveler
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12 reviews
Stars like Elvis Presley, Bob Hope, and Frank Sinatra spent time lounging around the Riviera Resort and Spa in the 1960s — Travel + Leisure
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9 reviews
The pool is the center of all action at this Design District hotel — Afar Magazine
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10 reviews
Sparrows Lodge was built in 1952 by actor Don Castle and his wife Zetta as a desert retreat far removed from the Hollywood hustle. — Travel + Leisure
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10 reviews
A riot of color in the desert with a sexy pool scene and tequila-fueled nights courtesy of Iron Chef Jose Garces. — Jetsetter
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7 reviews
Set right against the mountains, it has spectacular views of the desert hills on one side and the city of Palm Springs on the other side. The roof top pool is the only one of its kind in Palm Springs. — Afar Magazine
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8 reviews
With one and a half acres that include such rooms as the Sparta Studio and Nomad Suite, accommodations have their own personality. — Travel + Leisure
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9 reviews
This desert playground attracted a veritable constellation of Hollywood stars throughout the 1950s and 1960s including the likes of Betty Grable and Marilyn Monroe. — Gayot
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10 reviews
Rather than the usual Rat Pack retro or duffer chic, this hip oasis is a slightly rugged desert escape. David Hockney, eat your heart out. — Condé Nast Traveler
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9 reviews
Originally established by Detroit mobster Al Wertheimer in 1936, this Spanish-Moroccan hotel has a former guest list that includes Frank Sinatra, Ronald Reagan, and Elizabeth Taylor. — Travel + Leisure
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8 reviews
At the foot of the San Jacinto mountains, Avalon Palm Springs hotel somehow manages to be well-groomed and relaxed; luxurious and low-key; and attentive and unobtrusive. — Mr & Mrs Smith
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5 reviews
The rooms, all with patios, are appointed with midcentury modern furnishings by Charles and Ray Eames, Isamu Noguchi, Marcel Breuer, and other contemporaries. — Fodor's
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5 reviews
This adults-only oasis features seventeen rooms named for the desert’s most famous frolickers, from Errol Flynn to Bob Hope. — Gayot
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5 reviews
The focus is on fun at this four-pearl Hard Rock Hotel in the heart of downtown Palm Springs. — Oyster
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5 reviews
Recently restored Spanish-style hideaway in the heart of Palm Springs’ Uptown Design District. — Jetsetter
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5 reviews
Straight up, the best thing about the Hyatt is its location in the middle of town at Amado Road—you can leave your car with the valet...and walk to everything quite happily. — Frommer's
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4 reviews
THIS PROPERTY RE-OPENED AS THE MONKEY TREE HOTEL IN FEBRUARY 2016. WE WILL UPDATE OUR PHOTOS AND REVIEW AS SOON AS WE CAN. — Oyster
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4 reviews
A brand-new, buzzed-about villa hotel in downtown Palm Springs, conveniently situated near the shops and restaurants of Palm Canyon Drive. — Jetsetter
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3 reviews
Palm tree-lined paths, freshwater lakes and rolling green golf courses set the scene as you approach the JW Marriott Desert Springs, one of the Coachella Valley’s largest resorts — Forbes Travel Guide
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4 reviews
This quaint 13-room hotel located in downtown Palm Springs is the size of a motel, with the stylings of a hotel, and the service of a bed and breakfast. — Oyster
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