Pros: Peaceful quiet vibe, excellent breakfast, and pleasant unified decor. Great shower, good bed.
Cons: Could easily hear neighbors showering, talking etc. Loud matenience was being done on the roof. Very uncomfortable seating inside the rooms.
Pros: Free bike rental, we went twice for a bike ride. Room was very spacious, it was one of the best rooms we've ever been to. The staff was very attentive.
Cons: That we had to leave!
Just 3.3 mi (5.3 km) from the airport, Sparrows Lodge puts you within a 15-minute drive of Moorten Botanical Garden and Cactarium and Palm Springs Air Museum. Guests can take a dip in the outdoor pool and indulge in massages. Other highlights include a spa tub and a terrace, and rooms offer premium bedding and free WiFi.
Pros: Very personal service. We were treated like family and the food and margaritas were awesome!
Cons: The office closes at 9pm. After that you are on your own.
Just 3.3 mi (5.3 km) from the airport, Los Arboles Hotel features a rooftop terrace and puts you within a 10-minute drive of Palm Springs Aerial Tramway and Moorten Botanical Garden and Cactarium. You can splash around at the outdoor pool, grab a bite to eat at the restaurant, or unwind with a drink at the bar/lounge. There's also a spa tub, and rooms at this Mediterranean hotel offer pillowtop beds and LCD TVs.
Pros: I'm so glad I found The Palm Springs Hotel. A really stunning little place; stylish without being over the top; great pool area and fire pits; great privacy. Location is pretty good too. And Tom is a truly gracious host. Would definitely come back.
Cons: Nothing. I didn't stay long enough but that's not their fault.
Pros: I like that we could walk out of our room and right into the pool area
Cons: That I couldn't stay longer
The Palm Springs Hotel. The name itself evokes timelessness. Tradition. The elegance of the original. Yet this is not the oldest hotel in America’s hottest resort destination, it is the newest.
The Palm Springs Hotel is quickly becoming the ultimate Palm Springs boutique experience. The desert-modernist architecture, bold interior flair, and the 21st century appointments like Apple TV evoke an unforgettable sense of storytelling and design. It’s a love of Midcentury tradition infused with a Newcentury passion. It’s for people who appreciate the unique and the artistic. Like those who built it, it’s for people who work hard to have their playtime count for something. This is where it counts.
Cons: Broken hot-tub? Half the benefit of a mid-winter stay in Palm Springs is jacuzzi time and it's broken.
Cons: we called ahead to see if we could arrive early and use the pool they told us yes bu when we arrived we could not use the facilities!! Disturbed us with phone calls seeing if we needed anything after we checked in and they walked us to our room we felt very disturbed our whole stay.
Pros: Property, location, and hotel itself was pretty good!
Cons: Management, reservations, very unethical business practices! Cross your fingers that you don't have to deal with management and can just get into the hotel without problems. I have never dealt with a more unprofessional or unethical privately owned hotel in my life... You have been warned! We were told we made two  reservations for the same days, guests, and would be responsible for paying for both even though it was a clear mistake on the hotels part. We are working through the credit card company now to turn them in!
Cons: Toilet ran all night. Bed was uncomfortable. Magnetic key constantly didn't work. Window in the room that had no blinds no elevator to room
This downtown Palm Springs hotel and spa is a block from the Plaza Theatre and within one-half mile of the Palm Springs Art Museum and the Palm Springs Convention Center. Moorten Botanical Garden and Cactarium is 1.7 miles away, and Palm Springs International Airport is 2.5 miles from this hotel.
Andreas Hotel & Spa includes a full-service health spa, an outdoor pool, and a hot tub. Spa services included deep tissue massage, hot stone massages, reflexology, aromatherapy treatments, and Swedish massages. Guests can make use of the hotel's concierge services. Continental breakfast is complimentary and coffee and tea are available in the lobby 24 hours a day. This Palm Springs hotel is smoke-free and offers an outdoor fireplace. Wireless Internet access and coffee are complimentary.
The Andreas Hotel & Spa offers rooms from 350 to 850 square feet in size that include microwaves, refrigerators, and coffee/tea makers. Beds come with pillowtop mattresses and premium bedding, and bathrooms provide bathrobes, hair dryers, and separate bathtubs and showers. Accommodations offer 36-inch flat-screen TVs with cable. Decor is in the 1930s-era Spanish Revival and Craftsman styles with fireplaces.
Just 3.1 mi (5 km) from the airport, Korakia Pensione puts you within a 15-minute drive of Moorten Botanical Garden and Cactarium and Palm Springs Aerial Tramway. You can grab a bite to eat at the restaurant, or indulge in deep-tissue massages, body wraps, or aromatherapy. An outdoor pool and free bike rentals are other highlights, and rooms offer up nice touches like premium bedding and bathrobes.
Pros: The grounds were beautiful!! Loved the pool, food spots, complimentary bikes, parking and breakfast.
Cons: The room was much smaller than expected. Pillows were very hard and the bed sunk in the middle
Just 3.3 mi (5.3 km) from the airport, Alcazar Palm Springs puts you within a 10-minute drive of Palm Springs Aerial Tramway and Moorten Botanical Garden and Cactarium. You can splash around at the outdoor pool, visit one of the 2 restaurants for a bite to eat, or unwind with a drink at the bar/lounge. Other highlights include a spa tub and free bike rentals, and rooms offer pillowtop beds and LED TVs.
Just 2.9 mi (4.6 km) from the airport, Casa Cody puts you within a 10-minute drive of Moorten Botanical Garden and Cactarium and Palm Springs Aerial Tramway. Guests can get a morning swim in at the outdoor pool, and the spa tub makes for a relaxing end to the day. Rooms at this historic inn feature conveniences like kitchens, along with flat-screen TVs and free WiFi.
Pros: Great friendly, helpful staff. Beautiful well
Yhjought out property and rooms.
With iconic, mid-century modern architecture and a rich Hollywood history, L'Horizon offers a perfect boutique-hotel experience just minutes from downtown Palm Springs. Built in 1952 by renowned architect William F. Cody, L'Horizon was a favorite celebrity destination spot in the 50s and 60s, and it attracted guests of Hollywood's golden era including Marilyn Monroe and Betty Grable and several U.S. Presidents.
After completing a multi-million-dollar re-envisioning by celebrity designer Steve Hermann, it is Palm Springs only luxury boutique hotel. It's twenty-five bungalows with private patios and outdoor showers, spread out over three acres, provide an exclusive and intimate feel to the property. Featuring Frette Linens, Le Labo toiletries, marble baths, and a mix of bespoke and high end vintage furniture, it is once again an iconic property in the making.
Pros: The overall vibe of the place was great from from facility maintenance staff to the chef.
Nestled amid lush gardens in Palm Springs' Uptown Design District, Colony Palms Hotel is a 5-minute drive from Palm Springs International Airport. Guests can walk 15 minutes to the Palm Springs Art Museum, which houses works by Warhol and Picasso, or 1 block to see a show at Palm Canyon Theater.
Pros: I loved the privacy and cleanliness of the hotel. Staff was very friendly as well.
Cons: The check out was too early.
Cons: Another guest took one of my pool towels and that upset me. I guess there should be extra towels by the pool and that would avoid other guest from taking towels that they did not bring to the pool.
Pros: It was an amazing experience
Pros: we liked the location; we loved the mountain view from the pool area; and we really enjoyed the quiet, private and peaceful atmosphere of the hotel. Our maid was a sweet girl who was very helpful. We will definitely return to Desert Isle.
Pros: Location, large room size, covered parking
Cons: front desk staff was not accommodating and somewhat rude. Poor customer service. Would not store bags (so they sat in my car in 90 degree heat). Check in was for 3pm, but room wasn't ready until 4:30pm
Pros: The suite was huge... Bigger than my apartment. The kitchen was fully stocked for cooking and bbq grill on the patio. Pool was very clean and the huge balcony had a lot of privacy. The shower in the master bath doubled as a steam room!
Cons: Room had kind of a weird smell but I got used to it. The tv's were a tad small for the room size.
Pros: For the price you get way more room for way less cost then other resorts it was nice having essentially a suite for the cost of a regular room kitchen and fridge a huge plus. Was nice and quiet at night.
Cons: Doesn't have some of the other amenities like a mini bar etc but who really needs it with a fully stocked kitchen and fridge
I'st really not a hotel and shouldn't be marketed as such. They ONLY offer King size beds and a rollout.
Pros: Great location and it's a large 1 bedroom condo unit with a full size kitchen.
Cons: It's dated and simply not a 4 star property. Amenities are virtually non-existent in the bathrooms, the bed is ROCK hard, the pillows are cheap and everything feels just out of date. The pools are small and the area around them outdated as well.
Pros: The rooms were huge, the staff was friendly and helpful. Private, assigned, covered parking space. I would definitely stay here again.
Cons: We have no complaints/problems with the resort, wish I had booked another night.
This is definitely a great place to come to, relax and hide out if you wanted to. There is nothing this resort didn't think of to accommodate your needs. With a kitchen full of kitchen supplies (i.e. dishes, appliances, ice cube trays with ice! Lol), bathrooms with everything you need and free wifi, you can't help but want to book an extra day or come again. Room service is awesome. The staff is so friendly and humble. This resort is so great on it's own I would recommend it to someone(s) that's/are looking to take a break from 'reality' and seek some relaxation, quiet and most of all PEACE. ¿
Pros: It was spacious, clean, well put together, private. Room service was delicious and came in a timely manner. Staff was polite, modest and extremely kind.
Cons: I loved everything. Definitely going back.
I loved this hotel and i plan on staying here again next year, when my daughter plays the palm spring high tournament. The room was better then the pictures showed, the kitchen was stocked with all the items you needed to cook a meal. My family loved the use of the pool and the ability to relax and watch a movie on the dvd player. I found out the hotel also has board games, and bikes that you can check out and use for the day. I will use those extras next time we stay. Glad we found a jewel.
Pros: The room was better then the pictures. There was a perfect amount of space in the suite. They were clean and the pools were well maintained.
Just 2.6 mi (4.2 km) from the airport, Desert Isle of Palm Springs by Diamond Resorts puts you within a 10-minute drive of Moorten Botanical Garden and Cactarium and Palm Springs Air Museum. Guests can take a dip in the outdoor pool or visit the fitness center for a workout. An outdoor tennis court and a sauna are other highlights, and condos feature fireplaces and kitchens.
Cons: Weekend poolside entertainment a little too loud to mix it up.
Pros: nice hotel has everything you need. good food and staffs are friendly
Cons: no gym
Pros: Vibe, feel, execution all great! Smaller size of hotel and generous room sizes made the stay really relaxing.
Cons: Friday, Saturday poolside entertainment just a bit too loud. Came to dominate any social or relax activities. Maybe more, longer breaks or?
Just 4.2 mi (6.8 km) from the airport, ARRIVE Palm Springs puts you within a 10-minute drive of Palm Springs Aerial Tramway and Palm Springs Air Museum. The restaurant is the perfect spot for a bite to eat, and after having fun at the outdoor pool, you can unwind with a drink at the bar/lounge. A poolside bar and a terrace are other highlights, and rooms offer flat-screen TVs and minibars.
Cons: very small room, bathroom could have been a little cleaner
Pros: We hosted the taco party on a patio and they did a wonderful job accommodating us in every way. The staff was helpful
and pleasant whenever we needed anything and everyone was always friendly.
Cons: The bedroom door was really heavy and slammed easily.
Pros: Restaurant and bar
Room furniture was uncomfortable
Lacking room for luggage
Pros: Always a good time
Cons: We come every August - and this is probably our 5th or 6th time. While its always a fun time, the hotel could stand to update itself a bit. Everything is exactly the same and the wear and tear is beginning to show. I'm getting a little bored.
Pros: The room decor was lovely. Very suitable for the desert. Excellent design elements.
Cons: As bad as this sounds, but the overload of children in the pool. Ace is more young hip crowd & kids aren't relaxing to be around.
Pros: The selections of fine linens and toiletries, the location, the cocktails...
Cons: The noise... The lack of a black out curtain on an east facing window instead using a white piece of canvas... Oh and that they had stopped serving the grits at the restaurant
Pros: It was wonderful!!!!
Pros: I thought the drinks and food were wonderful and the staff was very accommodating. The room was fine.
Cons: Overall, this place needs a ton of work. I know they are trying to be "hip" but it was just too dingy and unkempt. The cloth face "tents" on the lounge chairs were old, tattered and ripped. The wooden signage around the pool was weathered and cracked. Even the "pool toys" looked very old and worn out. The property sponsored a pool side party that went all day and into the night which made parking for guests a big pain. And the DJ had difficulty setting up his equipment so the guests were treated to LOUD speaker hissing, humming and other noises until the equipment was fixed. There are definitely nicer places in the area that are cheaper. Didn't hate my stay but nothing would draw me back to stay there again.
Pros: The rooms were funky (loved putting on the record player)
Cons: Too much of a rave-vibe. Great place for a college kids, not so great for 30-40 somethings (and an absolute "avoid" for anyone older).
Loud pool-parties from 12pm-2am + rooms that really aren't sound-proof, don't mix.
Bartenders had that typical annoyed attitude of bar tending in a night-club, not the typical service-oriented demeanor one expects in a hotel.
Food was either great or gross.
This Palm Springs hotel is 2 miles (3.2 kilometers) from the Palm Springs Art Museum, 3.5 miles (5.6 kilometers) from Palm Springs International Airport, and 6 miles (9.7 kilometers) from the Palm Springs Aerial Tramway.
Ace Hotel's star attraction is the swim club, featuring a year-round outdoor pool and spa tub (both open until 2 AM), a sundeck lined with loungers, massage yurts, and a stargazing platform. Poolside activities include DJ entertainment, bands, yoga classes, and impromptu dance parties. A second outdoor pool is open to guests when it is not being used for private events. The fitness center, open to guests 24 hours a day, is outfitted with state-of-the-art equipment, as well as TVs, a sauna, a steam room, and lockers. The Feel Good Spa at Ace Hotel offers massage, body treatments, and facials utilizing organic products. The King's Highway restaurant serves roadside-diner fare, updated with local, seasonal ingredients. The Amigo Room bar serves classic and creative artisanal cocktails using fresh juices and house-made mixers. Drinks are available poolside.
All 176 guestrooms feature 32-42 inch flat-screen TVs, MP3 plug-ins, and views of the pool, mountains, or Palm Springs. Wireless Internet access is complimentary. Minibars are also provided. Much of the furniture is vintage. Bathrooms include showers and amenities from Rudy’s Barbershop. Some guestrooms open to private patios; dogs are welcome in those rooms.
Pros: I really enjoyed this location. The pools and spas were fabulous and it was a great place to stay for Coachella and other Indio and valley music festivals. The free parking was great and the staff was helpful and knowledgeable. I also loved that they had a fridge and the color scheme was very fun!
Cons: I didn't love the size of my particular room, I felt it was a little bit cramped and the bathroom layout was non traditional. I had the accessible room which is AMAZING that they have one but as someone able bodied it was a little inconvenient. This however was a minor con and there was a lot of pros!
Pros: The quaintness of the hotel made it a hit with us. The staff was very accommodating. The beds were very comfy and the room spacious. It was centrally located to the restaurants and shops.
Cons: The room we stayed in, 231, needs a long length mirror. There were plenty of spaces to put one outside of the bathroom and in the main room. My friend and I had to take turns getting ready. Only one mirror is kind of silly.
Pros: Clean and comfortable rooms, convenient location, quiet and a great place to stay for your $$
Cons: Showers lacked pressure
Pros: We LOVED staying at 7 Springs! This Inn was exactly what we wanted for a stay in Palm Springs. Something small, cozy, mid-century modern, with a relaxing pool and a view of the surrounding mountains. This had it all. Plus, they had TWO spas, and they are walking distance to Palm Springs Dr! The bed was comfortable, and the value was incredible. Our room was spacious, and even had a kitchenette complete with a dinette table, plates/utensils/cooking supplies, etc. Service was friendly and efficient.
Cons: While taking a shower on the second day, the faucet popped off of the wall and a gush of water started spewing out. Plumbing issues don't scare me so I just pushed the faucet back on and thankfully it stayed put... but it was a potentially dangerous situation as the faucet came off the pipe pretty quickly. Glad it didn't land on my foot!
Also, when we checked in to the Inn we asked about extended check out. They said that they can do it, but it's up to the discretion of their housekeeping manager. The host, however, said that it should be fine - just call the morning of. When we called, however, we were only extended 30 minutes. It was quite a rush to get out in that amount of time when we were expecting 1-3 hours of extension! That said, it's a smaller Inn and we are aware that rooms need to be cleaned for other guests. We did notice, however, that the lone housekeeper was still 2 rooms down as we were leaving, so we probably could have gotten at least another 30 minutes...
Pros: Comfortable beds
Cons: Very small pool and horrible parking.
Pros: We appreciated that we were able to check-in early and staff was very friendly. The room had more than anyone would need. A full furnished kitchen with space to sit down.
Cons: The parking is a bit tight. We arrived late one evening and we had to leave our car parked near the office (not an official parking space).
Pros: The staff was very friendly. Great recommendation of where to eat.
Pros: i loved the bed. I was in town for the weekend visiting my marine and we stayed there and the beds were super comfy and the ambiance of the room was all around nice. Wish the tub was a little bigger but other the. That everything was amazing. The pool and hot tub were nice to
Pros: great location. nicely renovated. newer rooms by the main spa look great and will stay in one of them next time.
Cons: a little noisy by the main street but not a major problem
Palm Springs is a mystical place like no other. quiet, peaceful - a charming oasis at an unhurried pace. Or you can choose to be active and enjoy golf, tennis and hiking as well as the Palm Springs night life that includes world class restaurants and night clubs. Palm Springs is a getaway haven and our hotel has something for just about everyone under the sun. Outdoor parking.
Pros: 1. I liked the staff and how they made every effort to accommodate us.
2. Excellent lounge with a fabulous entertainer.
3. Excellent ambience
Cons: Poor AC
Cons: The beds were awful. Needs updating. Room would not cool.
Pros: Friendly staff. Flexible attitude to make my disabled husband's stay more comfortable.
Live music in the piano bar every evening. Charming room and environment throughout the hotel. Good restaurant on the premises.
Cons: Parking was the only problem. Not much of it.
Just 3.2 mi (5.2 km) from the airport, Ingleside Inn puts you within a 15-minute drive of Moorten Botanical Garden and Cactarium and Palm Springs Aerial Tramway. After splashing around at the outdoor pool, you can grab a bite to eat at the restaurant or unwind with a drink at the bar/lounge. A spa tub and a garden are other highlights at this upscale hotel, and rooms offer DVD players and refrigerators.
Cons: Housekeeping was very late, after 3, so just had her leave new towels.
Pros: Just a block away from town where you can walk, shop, eat or go to a spa. Nothing better!
Pros: Beds are awesome!!!!
Cons: Breakfast could be better, but no big deal
Selection wise, but I get it
Pros: It's very close to the shops, it's clean, it's reasonable and it has a/c. The free breakfast was pretty good - I know I got full on my omelet, watermelon and toast and the table next to us had about a zillion yummy looking waffles.
I wouldn't honeymoon here or take an extended weeks stay and live it up but for passing through for one night for the price - it's fine.
Cons: They didn't enforce the swimming after 10:30 rule as some young guys were in there after 12:30 and quite loud.
Parking was kind of limited so people were parked where they shouldn't but that's not the 'parkers' fault.
And agree with the one review with a nice omelet bar but no real side dishes - they couldn't have a side of potatoes or sausage in a catering pan? but wow, these are small issues - like my headline review states - It's fine.
Cons: I woke up with 50 bites on my legs!!! They need to exterminate in room 305!!!
Pros: The hotel is located very close to numerous shops and busy areas of Palm Springs. With all the lush landscaping and greenery it was very calm and quiet. We were within walking distance of just about anything. A quite pleasurable experience.
Only negative comment was the morning breakfast/brunch. they served hot omlettes but lacked most other things you would find at other continental breakfasts like bagels, fruit.
Pros: The staff at Las Brisas were friendly and helpful. The room was very clean and spacious. I slept very comfortably in the cozy bed. Our inclusive breakfast was very nice with not only normal hotel breakfast but omletes and waffles as well.
Cons: My only complaint was waking up very early to the people next door visiting. The wall must not be very sick because we could hear every word that was said.
Cons: Online photo doesn't match room. Room to clutter with big furniture that just take space
Pros: Great breakfast
Only one Palm Springs hotel gives guests a generous peppering of luxury complete with a very affordable price tag. California living is all about relaxation, sun bathing, and indulging in your A-lister side. Tripadvisor lists this Palm Springs hotel as one of the top 20 in the region. What makes our digs so fabulous? The unique landscaping, glamorous bars and top of the line food service are a good start. Whether you're in town for leisure, corporate business, or military duties, we've got you covered. Make business a little (or a lot) more enjoyable in this relaxing oasis of a Palm Springs hotel. Close proximity to the beaches, shopping, fine dining and local attractions can make any business deal sweeter. Palm Springs International Airport is only a short drive away, so there's no worry about getting stuck in that infamous Southern California traffic when you need to catch your next flight. The Palm Springs Convention Center is also in the neighborhood. If you're in town to catch an event, you won't get lost en route or have to plan for some serious commuting time. Need a little more low key fun in your life? Golf courses near this Palm Springs hotel abound. Work on your stroke, enjoy the glorious sunshine and relax. You deserve it. Our prime location is what draws guests in. Located in downtown Palm Springs, everything this fabulous city is known for is just a short walk or drive away. Take advantage of prime real estate and spend an afternoon perusing the local shops or sampling some local cuisine. Complimentary breakfast includes piping hot eggs, waffles, fruits and pastries, cereal, yogurt and 100% Arabica coffee. Fill up before heading to the Palm Springs Follies, Palm Springs Arial Tramway, Joshua Tree National Park or Coachella/Stage Coach Festivals. Book a spacious room at Best Western Plus Las Brisas and don't forget to pack your swimsuit!
Pros: Loved the staff and how welcoming they were. They have two pools, one salt water and one regular. The hotel is clean and looks like you staying in villas.
Cons: The spa services mean they get someone to come to your room which I felt was misleading from what I read online so we didn't use it. There is a $25 a day resort charge which is really your valet parking. Just call it that. I did not see resort activities to justify the charge.
Pros: Beautiful property with wonderful amenities; Spacious rooms that are really studio condos with full kitchens and private sitting verandas; Extremely professional, polite, and helpful staff; 24-hr. pool and hot tub are almost unheard of at a hotel; Outstanding value for the price.
Cons: Website indicated there was a $25/night fee to park a vehicle--this is not correct, it is a mandatory $25/night "resort fee" whether you park there or not (although the fee does include parking); Room needed to be re-vacuumed upon arrival; Fit-and-finish workmanship of the 2014 renovation to the rooms is somewhat below average--various gaps in finished surfaces, cabinets that don't close correctly, loose faucet in bathroom, etc.
Pros: 24 hour amenities were a nice feature.
Cons: Mandatory Valet was a pain.
Cons: The fan made a loud noise. The toilet didn't flush. Called the front desk, but they didn't fix either problem. The restraunt/room service was closed. Valvet parking was mandory. $25 fee.
Experience downtown Palm Springs prestigious Movie Colony at Triada, where classic Hollywood meets modern comforts. Triada's three distinct wings are of rich experience that is part architectural, part artistic, and accented with striking, contemporary Spanish art, and original historic bright tiles.We now invite you to explore Triada, and be inspired.
Cons: We had plumbing issues, the toilet had a slow flow, the bathroom sink and the shower would get clogged every 2 seconds. I found it very annoying because a great hotel like Renaissance, should troubleshoot every room before booking cuz it's not the customers responsibility to worry about major things like this.
Cons: It is confusing having customer ratings showing as you bid on hotels. I thought I was booking a 4 star hotel but hat was just the customer rating that was showing. Once I paid I realized it's a 3.5. I would have crept looking at that price.
Pros: Location is downtown, near all attractions
Cons: Come on man! It's Palm Springs, it's a hundred and ten in the shade and your room ACs do not work...unacceptable! Six hours to get a tech to the room to tell me the condenser is inop...is that why the room is hot? Duh.
Pros: location and amenities
Pros: The best kind bed I have ever slept on. What kinds of comforter do you guys use!?
Cons: Not enough self parking. Reckless driving through parking lot.
Pros: Bed is comfortable, big pool
Cons: Can hear everything in the hallways and need more attentive pool staff
Pros: The hotel has a luxiourious ambiance.
Cons: The facility needs to provide its guests with fresh towels daily. The parking should be free to all guests.
Cons: Kids in the adult pool
Pros: Well appointed
Great pool area
Very friendly, courteous and accommodating staff
Not luxurious, but quite nice
Cons: Parking was very lacking especially in the self-park area. We came home from a late night at the casino and there was literally no where whatsoever to park. Not in self-park or in valet park. We had to leave our car in the fire lane of the reception drive through area and leave the keys with the front desk so that they could move it if necessary. The valets moved it in the morning and we were not charged for valet parking which was thanks to the great staff.
Pros: This was my first time staying at the Renaissance. What can I say besides WOW!! It was 3 blocks away from the main strip. Everything was great! Beautiful pool, lovely room. They even have a FREE shuttle that took us to a local pub and back. Will be coming back A LOT.
Pros: Very nice Lobby area, pool area and food, room, bed. Staff were very pleasant
Cons: Shortage of pool-area cleanup and horrible shortage of towels.
No available loungers, but I'm guessing over half had been abandoned.
Discover the Renaissance Palm Springs Hotel at the foot of the San Jacinto Mountains, where the day's bright sunshine and night's twinkling stars will enamor and amaze. Our Coachella Valley hotel near the Palm Springs Aerial Tramway and convention center is the perfect destination for leisure and business travelers. Enjoy easy access to museums, art galleries and activities in and around downtown. Our chic restaurant, Date, provides an upscale dining experience in a casual setting. Spacious guest rooms offer plush bedding, marble bathrooms and modern technologies for a comfortable night's slumber. After an action-packed day, enjoy a late-night swim in our heated outdoor pool, one of the desert's largest, or visit the state-of-the-art fitness center. Get cozy in a private cabana and relax under swaying palm trees. And don't forget to treat yourself to a massage or other pampering treatment at our Spa Del Sol. The Renaissance Palm Springs offers a desert resort atmosphere with a cosmopolitan flair.
Pros: This place was so clean! I am so picky about my rooms and pools and Hilton didn't disappoint. We traveled with kids and the pool had a lot of them during the week (not sure about weekend), and they all had such a fun time. Also, so conveniently located by all of the shops and food. Great and accommodating staff. No complaints here!
Cons: Nothing ;)
Pros: Staff was great and extremely helpful. Pool was relaxing. Food was okay but breakfast was better than lunch and dinner. The bar at the pool was good, but the drinks weren't strong or worth 9$.
Cons: The alcoholic beverages at the pool bar were the biggest let down.
Pros: Close walking to shoppimg and restaurant's.
Pros: This hotel is really in need of a major rehab.
Cons: The pool had scum floating in it.
Pros: Everything was awesome, from check-in to check -out! The hotel was built in early 50's, but was updated while still maintaining the mad men classy feel. Everyone in our party loved the hotel. The views were spectacular at day and at night. Cannot express enough how wonderful this place is!
Pros: Service was fast and attentive, even at the restaurant and even on a sold out weekend. And they didn't nickel-and-dime us for every little thing, such as the toothbrushes we forgot and the room towels we accidentally left at the pool. Not sure why people complain about the expensive parking because there is a free self-park lot only 100 feet away with plenty of spots.
Pros: Our reserved room with two queen beds was unavailable upon arrival. The other room offered had one huge bed, but the other person was on a couch made into a queen. The suite was very posh, the Presidential Suite, with two rooms and a shower ten feet square!
Cons: The service in the hotel restaurants was horrible. But it is a clean hotel. Not really worth the price.
Cons: Nightly parking fee on top of room rate, excessive charge
Pros: The grounds, pool area, hallways and the rooms were very clean and well maintained.
The rooms were large and the beds comfortable.
There was also plenty to do within walking distance of the hotel.
Pros: The room was clean and the furniture was updated. Staff was very friendly and helpful.
Cons: The parking was terrible, plus they charge a daily fee of $18 which I was not aware of. The pool area was great and it was clean but the pool itself had tons of dead bugs and the water was so dirty and cloudy which was a really a shame because it was almost 110 degrees outside!
The Hilton Palm Springs hotel is a Southern California desert retreat situated downtown in the desirable Village of Palm Springs at the foot of the San Jacinto Mountains, just over a mile from the Palm Springs International Airport. Walking distance to the Palm Springs Convention Center and Spa Casino with chic shops and boutiques, art galleries, sidewalk cafes, museums, nightclubs and theatres right on our doorstep. With 261 spacious guest rooms and 33,000 square feet of flexible special event space, whether you are traveling for business or simply escaping to one of California's favorite destinations, the Hilton Palm Springs hotel will exceed your expectations. Our Hotel Features Elements Spa - our state-of-the-art day spa, 33,000 square feet of flexible special event space including Two Ballrooms, 1 1/2 Acre Landscaped Pool Courtyard, Climate controlled Pool (the pool can be both heated and cooled), Two outdoor whirlpools, Fully equipped Precor Fitness Center, The Terrace Restaurant, eclectic American Cuisine, Al Fresco Bar, serving light fare and cocktails poolside, Harvey's Lounge, happy hour and cocktails, In-Room dining, Gift Shop, Business Center and High Speed Wireless, Full Service Audio/Visual Team. If outdoor activity is more your scene, our hotel staff is happy to arrange a day of shopping, a trip on the Palm Springs Aerial Tramway, a day at Joshua Tree National Park, golf, tennis, hiking, jeep tour or balloon rides. We also have premier evening entertainment nearby such as The Palm Springs Follies, local jazz and cabaret. The Palm Springs area is home to some of the nation’s best events including The Kraft Nabisco Championship Golf Tournament, The Bob Hope Chrysler Classic Golf Tournament, BNP Paribas Open Tennis Championship, Coachella Music Festival, Stagecoach Country Music Festival and The Desert Circuit Horse Shows. The Hilton Palm Springs hotel will provide you with the ultimate desert hotel experience.
Pros: Thoroughly enjoyed the on-site restaurant, welcoming staff and warm pool. We had a fun and relaxing stay.
Pros: Off of interstate but worth the extra 10 min drive. Travel stall left us well rested.
Pros: The staff and modern design of the hotel. I also liked the location.
Cons: The dryer did not work so they gave us s new one. Also during dinner time we were not given utensils and napkins. I wanted to ask our server but could not be found. For the price of the hotel
Per night it should have come with continental breakfast. Coffee inside the room was not sufficient
Pros: Very clean and friendly staff.
Pros: My wife and I loved staying at Palm Springs Courtyard by Marriott. It was EASY. Very attentive staff without being officious. We're looking forward to returning in January.
Cons: Nothing. It was ideal.
Pros: Location and parking
Cons: Limited hours for the restaurant...
Pros: friendly staffs make me feel very comfortable.
Cons: Not able to call in for breakfast order. they do not serve lunch that is not convenient for me
Rid yourself of travel worries when you book at Courtyard Palm Springs, offering an oasis of comfort and convenience. With our location just a mile from Palm Springs International Airport, you can travel from your gate to guest room in a breeze. Unwind in our spacious hotel rooms and suites offering plush bedding and complimentary Wi-Fi to keep you comfortable and connected. During downtime, take advantage of our well-equipped fitness center and sparkling outdoor pool to cool off during your time at our Palm Springs hotel. Afterward, fill up with a meal from The Bistro - Eat. Drink. Connect.®, featuring refreshing breakfast and dinner options as well as morning coffee and evening cocktails. Your California adventure can include a game of golf at more than 100 nearby courses, or you can head up the Palm Springs Aerial Tramway for temps that are up to 30 degrees cooler than the valley floor. Whether it's business or leisure that brings you to town, let us treat you to every travel need.
Cons: Terrible service. Rudest manager Jackie Vega. We will neve be back. We didn't even check in we just left and booked elsewhere.
Pros: If you love interior design and liked Mad Men then this is the hotel for you!
Pros: The hotel is unique with a lot of character. One of the best hotels I've stayed at. The entire staff was amazing as well as the food. Every meal I had there did not disappoint!
Pros: Loved the literal wonderland that you enter into when inside the property.. It feels like Through the Looking Glass (complete with outdoor chess!). The pools are nice, the lemonade stand drinks are excellent, and the staff is very attentive.
Cons: Kind of disappointed about the room (on the small size, and teetering on the brink of shabby and chic - but I guess if you like shabby chic, this is great!). I overheard someone complaining about cookie crumbs (not theirs!) in their sheets when they climbed into bed.. those better have been some damn good cookies (no, sorry, I'm kidding - that is just disgusting).
I was also frustrated by the booking process.. Granted, I used a third party site ("not the responsibility of the Parker"), but you know what, I have two words: quality control. They do not have to let every last crummy travel site book their rooms for them (and shame on me for using said crummy travel site!).
Oh and lastly, the prices are kind of ridiculous here. It doesn't matter how wealthy you are (not that I am), but I think anyone would be insulted by $36 for juice and coffee (which I overheard someone ELSE complaining about at the pool--wasn't even me!).
Set amidst palm trees and landscaped gardens, Le Parker Méridien Palm Springs is an oasis set in the majestic desert. Pioneered by Hollywood stars from the 1930s to 1970s, Palm Springs remains a major cultural hub with iconic architecture and stimulating artistic venues. The guest rooms and private villas reflect the hotel’s unique topography in one of the world’s most scenic deserts. The hotel is just a short distance from some of the celebrated sites of Palm Springs, including the Agua Caliente Indian Canyons and the Palm Springs Desert Museum. The hotel features five conference rooms and 11,000 square feet of meeting space designed to host an array of events. With two indoor and two outdoor pools, clay tennis courts, and Pilates and yoga classes, Le Parker Méridien Palm Springs is ideal for the active guest. The hotel’s Palm Springs Yacht Club offers massages, hydrotherapy treatments, and other spa services.
Pros: Staff immediately accommodating to every request, friendly and professional. Completely unpretentious. Beautiful grounds. And great location.
Pros: This is a clean, well maintained motel in a very convenient location. The rooms are large. They are back from the street and so quiet. The beds are comfortable. The staff is concerned and helpful. This is good value for what it is.
Cons: Room furniture is rather dated. The pool is decent but not in a very atmospheric setting - a shame in this beautiful desert location. That's all I could quibble with.
Welcome to the Knights Inn Palm Springs. A warm, friendly inn near downtown Palm Springs. Our hotel features a large pool and hot tub, complimentary wireless Internet access, complimentary parking, cable TV, microwaves, refrigerators, and in room coffee. We offer short and extended-stay accommodations - whether you are in town for a weekend or a week. Come bask in the sun with us. No pets allowed at this property. Enjoy complimentary morning coffee,tea, decaf only.