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The Curve Palm Springs Hotel - Palm Springs Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

The Curve Palm Springs Hotel

333 East Palm Canyon, Palm Springs - Map
"Great Hotel with Nice Pools!"
We stayed here with the family for 2 nights but I wish we had stayed longer!  The staff was super friendly and our room was updated and clean. It had a flat screen tv and iPod Dock which was a nice suprise.  The best part was the pool with elegant furniture and many places to lounge and tan. I would highly recommend this hotel!
Steveonthego from Los Angeles, CA
The Saguaro Palm Springs, a Joie de Vivre Boutique Hotel - Palm Springs Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

The Saguaro Palm Springs, a Joie de Vivre Boutique Hotel

1800 E Palm Canyon Drive, Palm Springs - Map
"Great hotel"
We were skeptical at first but once we got to hotel is was Great! Wonderful room by the pool. Very colorful great location. Will defiantly stay again.
Shmeb25 from Phoenix, AZ
The Saguaro Palm Springs, a Joie de Vivre Boutique Hotel is a 5-minute drive from El Paseo, and 3 miles (4.8 km) from Palm …More
Morongo Casino Resort Spa - Cabazon Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Morongo Casino Resort Spa

49500 Seminole Drive, Cabazon - Map
"Great suites and restaurant selections!"
We got a beautiful suite with a mountain view. You really don't need to leave the casino for much, since they have great restaurants, bars, and gaming all in one place. Saturday night was crazy busy. It was hard to find a seat at the slot machines! I felt the room was a little expensive, but the amenities made it more worth it.
sunnypnut from Orange County, CA
Located west of Palm Springs, this resort is a half-mile from Premium and Desert Hill Outlet Malls.More
Riviera Palm Springs - A Noble House Resort - Palm Springs Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Riviera Palm Springs - A Noble House Resort

1600 N Indian Canyon Drive, Palm Springs - Map
"This hotel is great!"
I did overall enjoy the hotel, but I will say it is not kid friendly. It advertises on the website that it is, but it was just one big party. I had guests stare at me cause I had two kids with me. Other than that... just don't bring your kids!
Located 2 miles from downtown Palm Springs, the Palm Springs Convention Center, and area museums, this 24-acre desert resort …More
Miracle Springs Resort & Spa - Desert Hot Springs Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Miracle Springs Resort & Spa

10625 Palm Dr, Desert Hot Springs - Map
"Great overall"
I would say it was great for the price but it was so much better than what we paid for it. The pools are great and everything was really clean. Even the coffee in the room was good. The only thing I can think of I didn't like was how expensive the spa is. My wife got a 50 minute massage that costs 85 including tip. However, my wife said it was worth every penny. So if your looking for a well priced, overall good resort, I suggest here.
Situated in Desert Hot Springs, this spa hotel is close to Cabot's Pueblo Museum and Desert Hot Springs Town Center. Area …More
Aqua Soleil Hotel & Mineral Water Spa - Desert Hot Springs Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Aqua Soleil Hotel & Mineral Water Spa

14500 Palm Drive, Desert Hot Springs - Map
"Aqual Soleil"
The hotel and facilities were an ok value. The staff were pleasant and helpful. Great Spa amenities! Our biggest negative were the beds were way too soft (especially if you have a bad back). They have a recent remodel but had design issues not addressed like facet handles hitting the mirror frame and the head board of the bed banging on the wall with the slightest movement. The mineral water was divine.
Seekdeep56 from Las Vegas, NV
Situated in Desert Hot Springs, this spa hotel is close to Desert Hot Springs Town Center, Cabot's Pueblo Museum, and Desert …More
Two Bunch Palms Spa Resort - Desert Hot Springs Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Two Bunch Palms Spa Resort

67425 Two Bunch Palms Trail, Desert Hot Springs - Map
An adults-only desert oasis! This Desert Hot Springs resort is nestled in the Coachella Valley, framed by rugged mountains …More
Caliente Tropics Hotel - Palm Springs Hotels
Rating: 2.5 Stars

Caliente Tropics Hotel

411 E Palm Canyon Drive, Palm Springs - Map
"A Wonderful Surprise!"
We read some uncomplimentary reviews, but I got a steal-of-a-deal on room rates, so I adjusted my expectations downward. What a pleasant surprise to find a charming hotel, and pleasant staff. We stayed in the Lanai portion in the back of the property. The room was clean, with upgraded features, comfortable bed, and quiet surroundings. The pool was clean, with plenty of chaise lounges for everyone. With the tiki torches burning, and twinkly lights overhead, the ambiance at night was magical! We loved it and it will be our choice if we ever go back to Palm Springs. To those who said, "dated" I guess you mean the lobby. Big deal. Who spends more than 5 minutes in the lobby?
Victoria56 from Olympia, WA
Combining Polynesian and tiki style with up-to-date features, this hotel is just 2 miles from downtown Palm Springs' …More
Ace Hotel and Swim Club - Palm Springs Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Ace Hotel and Swim Club

701 E Palm Canyon Dr, Palm Springs - Map
"Cool place to kick back"
The Ace was an extremely relaxing place to stay. We were there for a week, and most of our preconceived plans for that time frame quickly got replaced with "Ehhh, let's just lay by the pool." The saltwater pool is warm and refreshing, and the spa is great. Be sure to get to the pool early and claim your spot, however, because even though there is a myriad of pool chairs, they get snatched up quick. My only complaint was the price of the drinks and the service at the bar/restaurant. Things move a little slower here, and a can of cheap beer will cost you $6. Don't worry about it though, man. This isn't a place to get frazzled, it's a place to relax. The pool is open from 6am - 2am, and there is something going on every day - be it karaoke, or a DJ dance party. During the weekend, this place is a hangout for hipsters and the pool is packed. During the week, it's much more of a family atmosphere - be it a very cool family atmosphere - but the pool is filled with kids during the week. The beds are huge and the rooms are very trendy, cool, and relaxing. I especially like the polished concrete floors and open glass shower. You can also rent a tandem bike for free and there's wifi available everywhere (be it a little slow). Overall, I would recommend the Ace. Get a 30-pack of Tacate, sneak it into the pool, and you're golden.
swordgoatz from Seattle, WA
Built on the foundation of a mid-century motel, Ace Hotel & Swim Club is 0.3 mile from Moorten Botanical Garden, 2 miles from …More
Omni Rancho Las Palmas Resort & Spa - Rancho Mirage Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Omni Rancho Las Palmas Resort & Spa

41-000 Bob Hope Dr., Rancho Mirage - Map
"Beautiful Resort"
This was our first time to Palm Springs, and this hotel is actually in the adjacent city of Rancho Mirage, so about 20 minutes to the airport, $35 taxi as they do not have a shuttle. The resort itself is beautiful and well maintained. The pool was excellent with a Lazy River, Waterslides, a small waterpark, hot tub, and a small beach area. Beautifully done with the waterslide winding through a man-made rock formation. Truly outstanding. Lifeguards were available and very attentive. Pool food and drink service was a bit lax on some days. The rooms were very nice, with a backdoor leading to a private patio to sit and relax. The only issue was that while they did their 30 million dollar renovations, they put in DOUBLE beds, not Queens. So be aware....these are narrower beds, and if you need a little extra space to get a good sleep, you might not get it. Funny how they would spend that much on renovations and not get Queen sized beds???? Otherwise this is an absolutely beautiful resort, with a wide range of restaurants across the street at "The River" such as PF Changs, Cheesecake Factory, Yard House sports bar, among others. Even a movie theatre, Ben and Jerry's, and Starbucks! All within a 10 minute walk. Very safe area, not very populated area at all, and we never felt concerned for our safety.
CanucksW16 from Vancouver, BC, Canada
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    Palm Springs, CA Hotel Guide

    Because Palm Springs is situated in a valley, the city has amazing mountain views. The Golf Capital of the World is truly a refuge in the desert. Travelers on a budget or looking to splurge will find plenty of places to lay their heads here.

    For the most dining and shopping opportunities, as well as easy access to the city’s best museums, check out the Palm Springs downtown area. It features the best selection of hotels in all price ranges. Hip and trendy hotels mix with budget-friendly chains and bed and breakfasts, so however you like to travel, you’ll have a variety of choices near everything you want to do.

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    All of the casinos in Palm Springs are located in their own resorts where you can book a room near all your favorite games of chance and nightly entertainment. You won’t have to go very far to enjoy great food either, since great restaurants are all just an elevator ride away. If you like to stay outside of the city center, then there are several casino resorts a short drive from downtown.

    Retro hotels and vacation rentals can be found in the North End, near much of the outdoor activities in the city, including the Palm Springs Aerial Tramway over Chino Canyon and off-roading and dune buggy tours. You’ll be in close proximity to the best hiking and biking trails of the city.

    Historical and midcentury-modern accommodations are an Uptown Palm Springs Design District staple. These unique digs are perfect for open-minded travelers, as many of them cater to the LGBT community and the clothing-optional crowd. This is a world away from what you probably expected to find in a town like Palm Springs that is known for golf tournaments and retired residents, but it is becoming a trendsetting and accepting community that gives travelers of all sorts a place to feel comfortable calling it their home away from home.

    Hotels in Palm Springs

    If you're looking for fun in the sun, there's no better place to be than Palm Springs. This resort city sees sunshine an average of 354 days a year. This desert oasis offers plenty of indoor and outdoor activities for people of all ages and is specifically known for its hiking, sparkling pools, country clubs, and sleek mid-20th century architecture. Palm Springs was the private hideaway of many Hollywood stars in the 1950s and 1960s and has recently experienced a resurgence in popularity. Palm Springs especially attracts members of the LGBT community as well as naturist communities, and many of the resorts cater specifically to both demographics. Book now on Travelocity to find great deals on some of the best hotels in Palm Springs, CA. Search from more than 100 options and filter Palm Springs hotels by rating, customer reviews, or amenities. We can also help you find deals on flights into Palm Springs International Airport and car rentals.

    Outdoor Attractions

    Palm Springs is brimming with outdoor recreational activities and is a nature lover's desert paradise. Situated in the Coachella Valley, the city boasts incredible mountain views. If you only have time to do one thing in Palm Springs, you must make time for a ride along the Palm Springs Aerial Tramway. The world's largest rotating tramcar takes you for a 10-minute ride that passes through five different biomes, and the high elevation lets you escape the heat. The tram rotates 360 degrees so you can see in all directions without moving. Upon disembarking, you can hike the trails along the San Jacinto Mountains. In the winter months, you can even go sledding, snowshoeing, or cross-country skiing. There are also restaurants at the summit offering spectacular views.

    Open daily from October through June, the Indian Canyons, which consist of Palm Canyon, Andreas Canyon, and Murray Canyon, offer trails of varying intensities that range from easy to strenuous. Along the trails, you can find palm trees, towering rock formations, and many types of wildlife. When hiking either of these trails, make sure you pack plenty of water. The South Lykken Trail is another scenic nature trail of moderate difficulty that offers spectacular views of the valley. Another must-see for any nature lover is the Coachella Valley Preserve, a 20,000-acre sanctuary that is home to several species of rare wildlife. If you want to see desert plants but have limited time, head over to the Moorten Botanical Garden. This family-owned garden is open to the public and specializes in cacti and other desert plants.

    Indoor Attractions

    Of course, there are plenty of indoor attractions as well. The Palm Springs Art Museum offers exhibits throughout the year and has a permanent collection housing the works of international modern and contemporary artists as well as Mesoamerican, Western American, and Native American art. Admission is free Thursday nights and the second Sunday of every month. Within the museum is the Annenberg Theater, which hosts theatrical and musical performances. Since Palm Springs is a retreat for many celebrities, it's no surprise that the shopping, dining, and nightlife opportunities are among some of the very best. Some of the most highly-rated restaurants include Trio, Le Vallauris, and Miro's. The Uptown Design District is loaded with antique shops, fashion boutiques, and art galleries. The Desert Hills Premium Outlets, located 20 miles west of Palm Springs, features 180 outlet stores from high fashion designers and brands. After a long day of shopping and exploring, relax at one of the Palm Springs hotels. Palm Springs resorts often have outdoor, after-dark spa services so you can get pampered under the stars.


    Palm Springs hosts several events throughout the year. The most distinguished of these events is the Palm Springs International Film Festival. Taking place each January, the Palm Springs International Film Festival is one of the largest of its kind in North America and attracts more than 135,000 people each year. The festival is also known for its star-studded Black Tie Awards Gala, which honors the best film achievements of the year and is open to the public with the purchase of a festival pass. Recent attendees have included George Clooney, Ben Affleck, Daniel Day-Lewis, Clint Eastwood, Leonardo DiCaprio, Natalie Portman, Kate Winslet, Brad Pitt, Sean Penn, and Cate Blanchett. Another annual event for film buffs is the Arthur Lyons Film Noir Festival. This is a more recent festival that takes place each May and features a mix of landmark and esoteric films from the classic film noir era. Several of the screenings are followed by Q&A discussion sessions by distinguished movie stars.

    One of the most anticipated events in Palm Springs takes place twice a year. McCormick's Exotic Car Auction is held every February and November at the Spa Resort Casino. The auctions are open to the public and feature more than 500 classic and exotic cars. The events are open to buyers and spectators alike and have become a Palm Springs tradition. The auctions attract thousands of classic car enthusiasts from around the world.

    Best Times to Visit

    Peak season is during the months of January through April, which is when the weather conditions are optimal. Palm Springs hotels for this time fill up fast, so be sure to make your reservation early. The fall months are also pleasant times to visit and are less crowded, and you can still catch the November car auction. Summer is low season, as the temperatures enter the triple digits. However, you can find great Palm Springs hotel deals for this very reason. If you want to avoid the crowds and plan on spending most of your vacation exploring indoor attractions, summer is the time for you, not to mention that there are pools around every corner and the air is always 30 degrees cooler at the top of the San Jacinto Mountains. If you're traveling in low season, keep in mind that some places close during these months or have shorter hours. Then, choose from the best hotels Palm Springs has to offer when you plan your trip with Travelocity!

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