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Colony Palms Hotel

Colony Palms Hotel Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Built in 1936, the Colony Palms Hotel began as a desert gambling den and hideaway for a group of gangsters looking to escape the limelight of LA, and it still retains some of that exclusive, tucked-away atmosphere. Elegant, but still relatively casual, this hotel is geared toward an adult crowd looking to lounge and dine in style. Though on the smaller side, the rooms have a hip Moroccan-inspired decor (some have fireplaces and patios) and the rates are highly competitive for a hotel of this caliber in Palm Springs. Guests have noted a pesky resort fee and that lounge space by the pool can be limited.
Two Bunch Palms Resort and Spa

Two Bunch Palms Resort and Spa Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The upscale Two Bunch Palms Resort and Spa is renowned for its natural mineral springs and glamorous Hollywood past (it was a rumored hideout of Al Capone's). Originally built in 1930 as a private, gated resort on 77 acres, the current owners completed a multimillion dollar renovation in 2014 that gutted the 70 rooms, refreshed the grotto and pool, and brought a farm-to-table restaurant. The Grotto rooms still maintain some of their vintage details, notably in the bathrooms, while the Solstice rooms are modern and sleek. The spa has everything from mud baths to watsu pools. Grounds include hiking trails, lakes, and a walking labyrinth. A dedicated yoga dome, tennis courts, lap pool, and fitness center highlight the resort's emphasis on a healthy Californian lifestyle. Watch out for a daily resort fee and remember that bug sightings come standard with any natural, outdoor property. Signs asking guests to speak in a whisper and no kids allowed add to the overall zen quality of this eclectic and relaxing resort.
The Parker Palm Springs

The Parker Palm Springs Rating: 4.0 Pearls

If it has anything, the Parker has style. Expect eclectic and 70s-inspired decor with a modern edge, and an entranceway that belongs on a movie set. The Parker has two dining options: one a breakfast-all-day diner and the other a dinner-only spot with a menu that changes daily. The Parker manages to be dressed-up glamorous and laid-back cool all at the same time. The rooms are just as impressive, with white brick walls, white decor, and private balconies.
Palm Springs Rendezvous

Palm Springs Rendezvous Rating: 3.5 Pearls

The 10-room Palm Springs Rendezvous is great for guests looking for character and affordability in their Palm Springs hotel. It's part bed and breakfast, and part 1950s roadside motel, but with up-to-date amenities. The small staff does its best to make guests feel at home really delivers on the details. Those who want to explore the area, or who are just looking for a place with personality away from the resort crowds, will appreciate many of the perks here.
Andreas Hotel & Spa

Andreas Hotel & Spa Rating: 3.0 Pearls

The 25-room mid-range boutique Andreas Hotel & Spa is located in historic downtown Palm Springs, with dining, entertainment, and casinos within walking distance. The landmark hotel is simple but nonetheless has a refined vibe, and the celebrity-themed suites up the glamour quotient. Decor in rooms and common areas recalls the hotel's beginnings in 1935, with warm, cozy Spanish Revival and Craftsman-style design. The 24-hour pool and outdoor fireplaces give the Andreas a secluded old Hollywood hideaway atmosphere that is at the same time both fun and restful.
Desert Riviera Hotel

Desert Riviera Hotel Rating: 3.0 Pearls

The affordable rates, array of features (for its size), and attentive staff providing free extras make this renovated 1950s motel a great value. Most rooms are large and all have been restored with cool, retro-inspired details. With several small communal spaces on the grounds, the hotel's layout encourages socializing (a pro for some and con for others), but staff take the property's noise policy seriously, so "quiet and relaxed" is the default atmosphere. In fact, children under 17 are not allowed. Those looking for the boutique vintage vibe, but wanting a few more amenities, could try the Palm Springs Rendezvous, which also has a slightly more flexible children's policy.
Hotel California

Hotel California Rating: 3.0 Pearls

The 14-room mid-range boutique Hotel California is a charming, adult getaway (no young children allowed) just outside downtown Palm Springs. Built in 1942, the atmosphere is quirky, and the decor is Spanish Mission. The property features lush plants and desert cactuses, a pretty courtyard pool and whirlpool with lounges, and poolside "misters" to keep guests cool. There's a fire pit, and the pool area is romantically lit for evening socializing, but noise is kept to a minimum. Rooms are spacious, individually decorated, and ooze character.
La Maison Hotel

La Maison Hotel Rating: 3.0 Pearls

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. It's one of the best values in Palm Springs, offering guests personalized attention from the owners, a location just blocks from the main drag, and charming Mediterranean style throughout. It's also one of the most popular hotels in Palm Springs, and its small size can mean that it's hard to get a room. There are few property features (no fitness center or restaurant) but plenty of freebies extras, including a free espresso bar, free beer and wine in the evening, and free continental breakfast (with homemade scones daily).
Viceroy Palm Springs

Viceroy Palm Springs Rating: 3.0 Pearls

The Viceroy properties are usually chic and luxurious, but this property falls just a bit short of the mark. While the updated Hollywood Regency design is eye-catching in black, yellow, and ivory, and rooms are stylish enough, the furniture and upholstery shows minor wear. The landscape hits a higher note with 67 bungalow-style accommodations spread around several lovely courtyards and pools. The hotel aims to make the pool experience as pleasant as possible for all types of guests by offering one family pool and two adults-only pools. Fitness buffs can work out 24/7 on modern equipment, though the gym is small. The spa has a variety of treatments, including an exfoliation with black lava. Guests can dine on California cuisine at Citron or walk a few blocks into town and choose from a bevy of restaurants.


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