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Hyatt Palm Springs

Hyatt Palm Springs Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Those looking for big brand Hyatt amenities without going all in for a full resort experience will find it here. The hotel's large all-suite rooms have a multi-room layout that's great for families, and the business-friendly facilities make the hotel a solid choice for travelers attending conferences or meetings. The private balconies and pool area have mountain views worth the price of admission, but some travelers may balk at the dual resort and valet parking fees. Those looking to avoid fees could try the Best Western Plus Las Brisas Hotel, which also offers mountain views and is just a few minutes from downtown Palm Springs.
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.
Best Western Plus Las Brisas Hotel

Best Western Plus Las Brisas Hotel Rating: 3.0 Pearls

The Best Western Las Brisas is a pleasant mid-range hotel with more charm than most chains. The rooms themselves are spacious, with relaxing decor in tans and whites. They don't have patios, but the mountain views from the outdoor pool are wonderful. The lush gardens surrounding the pool give it a secluded feel, though it is just minutes from downtown Palm Springs. Some smart amenities such as a coin-operated washer and dryer, and free Wi-Fi throughout the hotel, help make it a good choice in terms of value.
Desert Breezes Resort

Desert Breezes Resort Rating: 3.0 Pearls

Desert Breezes is a time-share gated community with family homes mixed in. The resort is a bit generic in appearance but has tons of special features: a tech-equipped board room, a lounge with TV and games, a library, well-maintained tennis courts (guests must pay a fee to use them), and a putting green, to name a few. The rooms (studios, or one- or two-bedroom suites) come with well-equipped full kitchens. Some amenities go above and beyond -- like the three pools and 11 Jacuzzis.
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.
Palm Canyon Resort & Spa

Palm Canyon Resort & Spa Rating: 2.5 Pearls

Doubling as a time-share property, the Palm Canyon Resort and Spa has more amenities than guests might expect for a hotel in this price range. The big rooms have full kitchens and nice balconies but furniture is dated and some carpets are stained. The huge swimming pool and sun deck covers an acre and a half of the grounds, all centered around waterfalls and water slides. The hotel is geared towards families with kids and those looking for affordable rates where they can let the little ones run wild at the pool. Couples looking for a quiet getaway and anyone without kids, should look at the numerous other resorts in Palm Springs.
Palm Mountain Resort & Spa

Palm Mountain Resort & Spa Rating: 2.5 Pearls

The 119-room Palm Mountain Resort and Spa is a peaceful hotel a short walk away from the main strip of downtown Palm Springs with all of its shopping, dining, and entertainment. Rooms are basic, but do offer scenic balconies with Adirondack chairs. Undergoing renovations in 2014, the hotel no longer has a spa -- only limited in-room massage services -- but renovations will likely see its return along with a restaurant. For now, there is no on-site food or beverage. An inviting courtyard pool with lounge chairs is the highlight of the hotel. Discerning travelers might prefer the nearby Korakia Pensione.


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