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The Saguaro Palm Spring

The Saguaro Palm Spring Rating: 4.0 Pearls

In a town known for its mix of mid-century modern and Spanish Colonial architecture, the upscale Saguaro Palm Springs hotel stands out in colorful, candy-coated contrast. There's no respite from the rainbow decor, save for the pair of chronically booked-up restaurants, Tinto and El Jefe, both helmed by Iron Chef Jose Garces. The central courtyard has a huge pool that comes alive with loud weekend parties, DJ sets, and live music -- a fun, popular scene, but can create friction between the 20-somethings and families with young children (who would be advised to avoid weekends). The rooms are large and brightly furnished, each with a private balcony. The hotel is farther away from the downtown area than its most likely competitor, Ace Hotel and Swim Club, whose rates are proportionally higher as a result.
Riviera Palm Springs

Riviera Palm Springs Rating: 4.0 Pearls

A funky blend of mid-century modern design, this upscale, 398-room hotel pays homage to its roots as a celebrity playground in the sixties. It attracts the under-thirty set with nonstop party action at the Bikini Pool and Bar. The puzzle-piece-shaped pool is lined with cabanas and lounge beds perfect for posing or people watching. Music, both live and from a DJ, gets the whole place rocking. In the lobby, mirrored brick walls separate seating areas into small, intimate spaces. The lobby also has a bar and a white chrome pool table. Mosaics of former legendary guests, such as Frank Sinatra and Marilyn Monroe, grace the walls. Pops of bright orange play against glossy, white lacquered furniture and dark wood floors. The swanky Starlite Lounge (weekends only) features small bites, classic cocktails, and live entertainment. Circa 59 serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner against a dramatic red, black, and white color scheme.
Ace Hotel and Swim Club

Ace Hotel and Swim Club Rating: 3.5 Pearls

This upper-middle-range, 180-room hipster haven has a palpable party vibe and frequent music nights with a live DJ. The style is retro, with 70s details such as record players and vinyl in the rooms. It can be really loud here, and the property draws a young crowd (with dogs in tow), so older couples who want to relax, and perhaps families, may not want to stay here. But it has easy highway access to the rest of downtown Palm Springs and a purposeful off-the-beaten-path vibe.


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