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- The Saguaro Palm Springs, Zwembad
- The Saguaro Palm Springs, Double Room
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Palm Springs is een glamoureus stadje in de woestijn en een van de favoriete getaways van de 'rich & famous' uit Hollywood en Beverly Hills. The Saguaro Palm Springs, een boetiek hotel behorend tot de Joie de Vivre keten, is gelegen in het centrum van Palm Springs. Dit resorthotel is een perfecte retraite voor een of meerdere dagen in de omgeving van Palm Springs en het Joshua Tree National Park. De kleurrijke kamers van The Saguaro Palm Springs zijn comfortabel ingericht en van alle moderne gemakken voorzien waaronder WiFi. Het hotel biedt een volledig uitgeruste spa, een buitenzwembad, poolbar, koffiebar/café en een healthclub. Diverse activiteiten zijn binnen handbereik, waaronder golf, wandelen en paardrijden. Of wat dacht u van een ballonvaart over de serene woestijn?
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KamerbeschrijvingenStandard Double/Double City View
Airco, WiFi, televisie, i-pod docking station. Volledig ingerichte badkamer. Privé-balkon met uitzicht op Palm Springs.
Gelegen in het hart van Palm Springs.
• 2 Restaurants
• Shuttlebus naar Palm Springs
• Dagelijkse yogales
Palm Springs gelegen in het zuidwesten van Amerika, zo’n 150 kilometer ten oosten van Los Angeles, is een mondain woestijnresort, dat vanwege het zonnige klimaat veel toeristen aantrekt. In feite is Palm Springs een lint van 9 plaatsjes. Vooral de vele uitstekende golfbanen genieten grote bekendheid.
"A great weekend or weekday retreat."
The staff was very well trained and extremely helpful. The location is ideal as it is close to the many food and entertainment locations. Building is in great shape and is user friendly. Rooms were very clean and updated. Very comfortable bed. My wife actually went to sleep before I did! Enjoy this gem but look online for your best rate.
"Old Hollywood Oasis Retreat"
I stumbled upon this hotel randomly a few years ago when I was in Palm Springs. I was absolutely blown away by how amazing the grounds were and how much character the place has. It's been my go to spot in Palm Springs ever since. I love how lush the landscaping is and the private enclave feel. Plus, the Spanish architecture has a sophisticated feel with a great eclectic vibe. It's walking distance to town, but we found ourselves mostly lounging around at the pool enjoying an extended cocktail hour. The music sets a great, relaxing vibe. The restaurant is awesome because it opens right out onto the pool; I don't think there's a better spot to sip my morning coffee while enjoying the gardens and the mountain views. Simply amazing. The spa was really great too. It had a nice, intimate feel to it and a really cool black & white mosaic design. We've stayed in a bunch of different rooms. I particularly like the Casitas because of the private outdoor areas. But all the rooms are great and have huge bathrooms, which is a big plus. This place just has so much charm and personality. It doesn't try to be mid century modern like everything else in Palm Springs. It's an older property, so it has some idiosyncrasies. That's what I love about it; it feels like an Old Hollywood getaway.
"Loved our stay at Colony Palms"
Great getaway hotel. We loved the pool and grounds. Incredibly well maintained, quiet and lovely pool and hot tub areas. The hot tub has little alcoves that create space and make it nice even when other people are there too. There's many little quiet areas throughout grounds to relax, read or sit by a fire. The bar and restaurant are top notch with a wonderful warm look and feel and excellent food and drinks. The Junior Suite was very spacious with an oversized bathroom and comfy warm bed. While there are resort fees, Wifi and parking were included so did not feel like we were being nickeled and dimed. Great service throughout our stay and definitely a place we will return again and again.
"Mom and daughter trip"
This hotel is one block from the main Street, so it is very walkable for dining and shopping. The Deluxe King room had a nice shower, a comfy bed, nice linens, and a well stocked bar. It was sparsely decorated with only one chair and one side table. There was no full length mirror. So you stand or sit on the bed. The room smelled like my grandma's closet in the 60's before Central a/c. Musty! We went shopping and found a travel candle which we burned frequently to keep the odor at bay. The courtyard, grounds and pool were cute. The desk personnel were nice.
"Oasis in the Desert"
ARRIVAL/CHECK-IN/CHECK-OUT We arrived at the hotel at about 10 PM, as our flight was delayed by about an hour, and had no time to check in before our dinner reservation. We found the hotel easily after our meal, although we did miss it on first drive by, as it's not totally visible when you turn onto N. Indian Canyon off of E Alejo Road. However, check in was easy, as the front desk was waiting for us and quickly handed us our keys and parking pass. Check out was a breeze, with confirmation that a bill from the Purple Palms restaurant would be put on my card. The front desk even printed out our airport parking coupon for us (there is no business center at the hotel). THE ROOM We had reserved a deluxe room with a king bed, but got upgraded to a junior suite. From what we could tell, the hotel seemed pretty empty during our Sunday night to Thursday stay, and likely the reason for the upgrade, but it was still appreciated. The bedroom part of the junior suite was probably the same size as the deluxe room, although the bathroom was huge. The bathroom had a clawfoot tub, a separate shower and toilet. We are not huge bath people, so only used the shower, but the tub was charming. The shower pressure was OK, and temperature was decent, although on the first day I had to crank the water temperature up to the maximum. The shower is open (no door or curtain), so it got a bit drafty if the bathroom door was open. There was just one sink, although the vanity was on the larger side, so it was fine for two. The bathroom floor where the sink was situated was rather sloping, so it felt a bit unsettling to stand there and a few items even rolled off the vanity area. The floor of the whole room was white linoleum-like, except for the tile work by the tub, and unfortunately showed some wear and tear. The bed was comfortable, although we found the room a bit too warm for sleeping, and being on the first floor, could not keep a window open. There were ample pillows, and the sheets and bedding were comfy. There was a large closet with plenty of hangers, which was much appreciated given our four night stay. A full length mirror was also inside the closet. There was a fireplace which we used on the first night, but it started smelling like gas, so we decided to turn it off. We meant to ask the front desk if we were using it right, but never got around to it. The one drawback to this room, and sounds like in the other rooms, is that there was only one chair in the room. I would imagine the thought was you could sit at the tables or on the Adirondack chairs outside of your room, but in December, it's a bit too cold for that. However, there was a cozy area on the grounds with a fireplace, so one evening we opted to hang out there. THE AMENITIES There were really plush bathrobes provided for use that I enjoyed during our stay. There was also a fully stocked bar, with very tempting bottles of different alcoholic beverages. There was a stocked mini fridge and boxes of snacks as well. Prices were not too outrageous, but in the end, we had drinks at dinner or a bar, so we opted out of them. There is no coffee maker in the room, but there was some made at front desk, along with hot water and different bagged teas. In the afternoons, they also had iced tea available. We are not swimmers, but the pool and pool area looked nice, and given our weekday vacation, it was virtually empty. This was nice because I really would not have enjoyed screaming children at the pool like other visitors have complained about. There was free fruit-infused water at the pool, which we enjoyed when we'd come back to our room from a hike. There were some nice looking bicycles for use, but alas, as I do not know how to ride a bike, this was not on our to-do list either. We did not eat a meal at the The Purple Palms, but one later night we decided to just get dessert. The restaurant was very swanky, the service prompt and professional and the brÃ»lÃ©e brioche dessert was a must-eat. However, the grounds at the Colony Palms were the true winner. As mentioned, there was a cozy seating area with a fireplace, as well as many other places to sit and to wander around. The grounds were very well maintained, and we enjoyed wandering around and walking different paths back to our room. It really felt like an oasis in the desert! This was a great hotel for our first time in Palm Springs, and we definitely would consider staying here again!
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