- Seven pools, including one adults only, with private cabanas
- Access to two top-rated 18-hole golf courses
- One- and two-bedroom villas with butler service
- Big, pretty rooms decorated in sunset tones with flat-screen TVs
- Medical spa specializing in non-surgical skin tightening and rejuvenation
- Three hard-surface tennis courts
- Free bicycle rentals
- Events can crowd some of the areas
- There is a resort and parking fee on top of the daily rate
The 530-room Hyatt Regency Indian Wells Resort and Spa is a modern and luxurious mega resort with seven pools, access to two top-rated golf courses, and a medical spa with non-invasive skin tightening treatments. It’s close to a small town with easy access to shopping areas. Though the resort is big, special events can make certain spots feel crowded and there's a daily resort fee and parking fee. The big and pretty rooms are decorated in sunset tones; villas have butler service. It’s worth it to compare rates with similar properties, such as the Rancho Las Palmas, which has a water park and is a little closer to the airport.
- Fitness Center
- Pets Allowed
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Hyatt Regency Indian Wells Resort & Spa
Contemporary mega resort
The decor at the Hyatt Regency Indian Wells Resort and Spa is ultra contemporary but still gives off a relaxing vibe. The lobby, with its geometric front desk and red accent walls, has a sophisticated feel, as does the sleek Agave Sunset bar, which has plush indoor and outdoor seating areas. The Lantana restaurant has the airier feel of a resort eatery. Plastic and fabric loungers surround the pool area and the cabanas have flat-screen TVs, but there are plenty of kid-friendly amenities, including a pool with a water slide. The Agua Serena spa is very open and bright, with outdoor pools and hot tubs.
In a small town, close to shopping areas
The resort is located in a neighborhood-style town surrounded by country clubs and golf courses and close to shopping areas. It’s a 30-minute drive from the Palm Springs airport, and about 15 minutes or so off of I-10.
Large rooms and villas have small private pools
Rooms and one- and two-bedroom villas are decorated in shades of melon, green, and beige, with fabric headboards and modern wood furniture. The villas have separate seating areas with gas fireplaces and small kitchenettes with mini-fridges, microwaves, and dishes. There are also private outdoor courtyards with small hut tubs and butler service is provided. Large bathrooms have tubs and separate glass walk-in showers. All rooms have flat-screen TVs, iPod docks, coffeemakers, robes, safes, irons and ironing boards, and hair dryers.
Seven pools, two golf courses, three tennis courts, and a large spa
There are seven pools, including one with a small water slide and another that’s adults only, plus luxurious cabanas with flat-screen TVs. The two 18-hole golf courses have both been ranked in the Top 20 "Best Courses You Can Play" in California by Golf Week Magazine. The daily resort fee includes Wi-Fi and a shuttle to and from the golf course. The three hard-surface tennis courts once hosted the Newsweek Champions Cup and private, semiprivate, and group instruction is available. Bicycles are available to rent for free and there’s a large fitness center with several machines and tons of floor space. The large Agua Serena spa has a medical spa that specializes in non-surgical skin tightening and rejuvenation treatments. There is 88,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor function space.
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Poolside Drink Service
Rental Car Service Desk Onsite
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Supervised Kids Activities
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