Palm Springs is home to almost 80 extraordinary small boutique hotels of exceptional architectural & cultural diversity. From quaint inns and quietly secluded bungalows to hip and modern poolside-hangouts, they cater to the spectrum of Palm Springs travelers’ tastes.
Whether you want to disappear for a couple of days, or dive into the Palm Springs adventure of a lifetime, our visionary hoteliers make it their mission to get to know you and create a memorable stay in this distinctly fashionable desert oasis.
And as Palm Springs locals, they have dedicated themselves to creating a home away from home for you, infused with a sense of community.
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Desert Riviera is a truly relaxing and enjoyable vacation spot or weekend getaway; small and quaint with 11 spacious guest rooms surrounding our beautiful grounds with a stunning view of the San Jacinto Mountains. Our Palm Springs hotel, in California’s Coachella Valley, was built in 1951 and has been updated and redecorated to keep its mid-century style; it has been brightened up with enchanting citrus-like colors to achieve a fresh garden feel. Some of our amenities include FREE airport transportation,… Read More
Tucked away perfectly between booming Downtown Palm Springs and the serene San Jacinto Mountains in the historic Tennis Club District, Talavera Palm Springs embraces old school charm with an eclectic flair in a lush tropical setting. Each of our eight spacious suites boasts a private patio and jacuzzi with spectacular mountain views, allowing the guest experience to become one that is truly secluded and restorative. Each suite has a different “personality” and is decorated with antiques from around the world… Read More
The Avance Hotel, is one of Palm Springs’ best kept secrets. A luxurious hideaway to sit back and relax. The property features 3 junior suites, 4 premium suites with private patios, one double junior suite and one master suite. All rooms feature one California king bed, with the exception of the double junior room with features two queen beds. The property is centrally located just one mile drive to downtown Palm Springs, less than a mile from the convention center,… Read More
The History: Originally built as Castle’s Red Barn in 1951 by MGM actor Don Castle, it was one of the original resort getaways for Hollywood elite. Legend has it that iconic actress Elizabeth Montgomery had her first marriage at the Red Barn. The property also has had incarnations as Catalina Palms, El Rancho Lodge and now Sparrows Lodge. The Lodge was fully restored in 2013 and many of the original buildings are still in use with modern updates retaining the… Read More
Enjoy frozen Negronis around the fire pit. Read an embarrassingly cheesy novel in the hammock. Or just kick back beside our 40-foot commercial-size pool with its four brand new cabanas (including a dining tent). Surrounded by walls and tall hedges, you’ll be far from the crowds–but just a short stroll from downtown Palm Springs. We designed El Cid to be a different kind of hotel—one shaped by our own luxury travel experiences. Over the years, the things we’ve come to… Read More
Located at the base of the San Jacinto Mountains, in Downtown Palm Springs, Korakia offers a unique and seductive retreat from day to day reality. Comprised of a 1918 adobe, a 1924 bungalow and a 1930s villa, the property blends the charm of Southern European luxury with North African accents. Korakia (Greek for “crow”) has been crafted after a Mediterranean-style pensione, forgoing technology such as TVs, phones and clocks in favor of vintage books, board games and al fresco film… Read More
The Three Fifty Hotel is a ten-room boutique hotel located in the heart of downtown Palm Springs. Designed in 1950 by famed architect Herbert W. Burns, the mid-century modern gem was fully renovated in 2017 and designed with a minimalist style in keeping with its architecture. It’s an ideal location for couples or friends vacationing, relaxing by the pool and spa, or chilling out in the oversized guest rooms. Our spacious accommodations are well-appointed offering King and Queen beds, flat… Read More
For eighty years, Smoke Tree Ranch has offered simplicity, breathtaking mountain views, genteel hospitality, and an unrivaled guest experience in an historic desert resort setting. Smoke Tree Ranch is located on a gently rising alluvial fan, created and landscaped by nature, and sheltered by the guardian San Jacinto Mountains. The Ranch is blessed with irreplaceable desert shrubs, Smoke Trees, and breathtaking acreage touched by undisturbed wildflowers. Business meetings and retreats are memorable experiences on the Ranch, as are family reunions… Read More
The Weekend is a small mid-century modern luxury boutique hotel located in the center of the celebrity studded Old Las Palmas neighborhood. Originally built in the 1960’s it has just now undergone a multimillion dollar renovation, turning it into one of Palm Springs most exclusive accommodations. Upon entering you are transported to a chic and timeless space, that while modern, is rooted in the mid century 60’s ethos that made Palm Springs the stylish getaway for Hollywood’s elite. Read More
Holiday House is a 28-room boutique hotel located in downtown Palm Springs. Originally opened in 1951, the hotel was designed by noted architect Herbert W. Burns. Today, it has been reimagined by interior designer Mark D. Sikes and the team behind Sparrows Lodge. The property features midcentury inspired elements combined with a communal atmosphere and whimsical edge. The design centers around Gio Ponti inspired tile-work in the bar and artwork throughout the property including pieces by David Hockney, Roy Liechtenstein,… Read More