Make The Most Of Your Palm Springs Vacation With These Boutique Stays

Jitaditya Narzary

Is a traveller disillusioned by the familiar and fascinated with the unknown... and of course the founder of this blog.

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Palm Springs is a paradise for vacationers. Pleasant weather and famous hot springs have turned this place into a resort city. A large number of people visit every year just to enjoy the city’s spas, golf courses, and scores of other activities. While there is no shortage of hotels in Palm Springs, here are a few that should cater to your needs without burning a hole in your pocket.

Movie Colony Hotel

Every room of the Movie Colony Hotel offers a king-size bed, premium linens, a flat-screen TV, a separate sitting area, and a refrigerator. You can even ask for a DVD player if you want. You’ll get access to complimentary Wi-Fi and the breakfast is complimentary too. On top of that, the hotel provides complimentary bicycles so you can take a tour of the town all by yourself. You can relax at the heated pool or the jacuzzi once you’re done with your cycling.

Los Arboles Hotel

If you’re looking for a perfectly located hotel with a Mediterranean ambiance, go for Los Arboles Hotel. You can relax at the outdoor pool and enjoy the food at the in-house Mexican restaurant. The hotel isn’t very far from the airport, while major attractions such as O’Donnell Golf Club and Desert Fashion Plaza located nearby too.

La Maison Hotel

Every room of La Maison Hotel features unique décor. European influence is visible in its romantic colour palette and French-inspired furniture. Rooms have wet bars, separate sitting areas, and fridges. You can use complimentary cruiser bikes, borrow books or DVDs from the library, or enjoy the outdoor BBQ. This surely isn’t the cheapest hotel in town, but it charges a premium for a reason. You’ll feel it the moment you walk in. If you do want to cut costs, you can use its outdoor kitchen and cook for yourself.

Ingleside Inn

Ingleside Inn is a classy and cheerful property that welcomes every guest with a platter of fruit, cheese, and cookies. It’s a historical building with unique décor in every room. Rooms come with coffee makers as well as free Wi-Fi. The hotel is also a great venue for events. It has as many as four different meeting spaces of various sizes with equipment such as projectors and blackboards, making it a great option for corporate travelers. It is also excellently located just a short walk from major attractions such as the Agua Caliente Cultural Museum, the Palm Springs Art Museum, and Ruddy’s General Store Museum.

Spa Resort Casino

As the name suggests, the Spa Resort Casino is all about fun and enjoyment. Apart from the casino and the spa, you’ll have access to the fitness center and the lounge. If you feel hungry, you can always visit the famed steakhouse. In fact, this resort has so many things in-house that you may not even feel the need to venture out. Business travelers prefer the Spa Resort Casino, too, as it isn’t far from the Palm Springs Convention Center.

Jitaditya Narzary

Is a traveller disillusioned by the familiar and fascinated with the unknown... and of course the founder of this blog.

9 thoughts on “Make The Most Of Your Palm Springs Vacation With These Boutique Stays

  • 2016/11/21 at 3:18 pm
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    Wow. I was in Palm Springs a few weeks ago and this list would have been super handy then, some great ideas for where to stay on my next visit though so thanks 🙂 La Maison looks beautiful, better save the pennies!

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  • 2016/11/21 at 3:43 pm
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    It looks like a great collection of hotels to choose from. Thank you for sharing!

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  • 2016/11/21 at 4:32 pm
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    I have never considered Palm Springs but that picture looks amazing. Will definitely check out those hotels for when I go!

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  • 2016/11/22 at 6:56 am
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    They all look amazing! This is a super useful post~ thank you!

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  • 2016/11/23 at 2:34 am
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    That’s a very useful list of hotels. Guides like these really help the travelers like me to plan in advance.

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  • 2016/11/23 at 7:53 pm
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    One of my favorite places to escape to is Palm Springs. I’ve stayed before at the Spa Casino. Very nice one!

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  • 2016/11/25 at 3:07 pm
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    Great list of hotels! I’ve only passed through Palm Springs, so I have to go back for a proper visit!

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