Originally constructed in 1955, the boutique hotel has been meticulously restored to exhibit the colorful party pizzazz of the era, while providing a long list of lavish modern amenities.
It’s hard to miss the rainbow-hued exterior of The Saguaro, but it’s what’s inside that counts – a pool bar, daily yoga classes, good eats & drinks from El Jefe, and so much more. Grab a swan-shaped pool float and dive in!
World-famous service, quality hospitality, and a prime location in downtown Palm Springs. The Hyatt is the only all-suite hotel in Palm Springs. Separate living spaces and balconies make these accommodations extra comfy if you’re traveling with a crew or if you simply need a second room.
Centrally located in downtown Palm Springs, the Hilton is family-friendly, pet-friendly and with a full-service spa and three dining options, you’ll barely have a reason to leave! Except, you know, all the Modernism Week fun.
A jewel box nestled in the heart of downtown Palm Springs, the historic Avalon Hotel Palm Springs rests at the foot of the rugged San Jacinto Mountains on four acres of fragrant, beautifully manicured gardens. This old-world hideaway is definitely worth a visit.
The new boutique hotel is located in the Uptown Design District, and celebrates the style, food, drinks and culture of Palm Springs. There’s an ice cream shop, coffee house, bar & restaurant, pool…the list of possibilities here are endless.
Formerly a Westward Ho hotel with a Denny’s, the current 176-room hotel, spa and resort is now one of the hottest hangouts in the desert. Soak in the organic, bohemian design at the Ace Hotel in Palm Springs with a dip in the pool or a massage at the Feel Good Spa.