Busy pool creates some noise for mountain view rooms
Daily resort fee
Daily valet parking fee
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.
This Hyatt Palm Springs hotel's lobby and common spaces are big, bright, and airy. High polish white floors and large modern windows contrast with the muted earth tones of the furniture and walls for a pleasant, serene vibe. The mountains and desert scenery is visible through windows in parts of the hotel. Renovated in 2010, the whole place has a retro 1960's aesthetic thanks to orange touches in carpets and textiles, and liberal usage of geometric lighting and furnishings.
In the heart of downtown Palm Springs, within an hour of Joshua Tree National Park
On North Palm Canyon Drive, the main downtown thoroughfare, the Hyatt is a great launching point for all that sunny Palm Springs has to offer. There is upscale shopping on North Palm Canyon Drive, the Palm Springs Art Museum is less than a half mile away, and restaurants and bars are right outside the door. In fact, all the attractions of this resort town are nearby, including regional destinations like Joshua Tree National Park (45 minutes) and Coachella (35 minutes). Palm Springs International Airport is a 10-minute drive away, and Los Angeles is about two hours away by car.
Large suites with marble bathrooms and private balconies
Every standard room is a suite with a separate living room and bedroom, and there are even larger deluxe and VIP suites with multiple balconies. Specially certified hypo-allergenic rooms are also available. Pink marble bathrooms add a dash of old-school luxury, and the room decor is modern with a retro twist -- think 1960s-inspired florals. All rooms have a private balcony or patio, two flat-screen TVs, whirlpool bath, mini-fridge, and an iPod dock. Though stylish, the varying shades of grey carpets, curtains, and walls may be too dark for some. The building is set far enough from the street so that traffic noise is not an issue.
Spacious event facilities, on-site restaurants, and poolside cabanas.
The impressive atrium would be a boon for any party, and with 12,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor event space, the Hyatt can handle large numbers. There is a small functional business center and free Wi-Fi throughout the entire property (note the resort fee), a 24-hour gym, and walking trails nearby. The large pool area gets sun all day, and has shade-covered cabana lounges. If you're into private pampering, the hotel offers in-room spa services. For eats, Share bistro specializes in small plates and has an extensive wine list, while HooDoo serves South American-inspired California cuisine with craft cocktails on an outdoor patio. A free shuttle operates to-and-from the airport and there is an on-site Hertz car rental desk.
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