Alcazar Palm Springs

P: 760-318-9850
622 Palm Canyon Drive, Palm Springs, CA 92262

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Bring: your pajamas

Don’t miss: the complimentary espresso, coffee and pastries from Cheeky’s.

Alcazar Palm Springs opened in 2011, just north of Downtown Palm Springs in the Uptown Design District. We’re a 34-room boutique hotel and we manage to stay cool, modern & sleek despite Palm Springs’ often upwards of 90-degree heat. Sleep in with us and luxuriate in imported Italian linens. Enjoy private patios, mountain views, wireless internet, Townie Bikes and complimentary coffee/espresso and fresh Pastries from Cheeky’s. And did we mention that Cheeky’s and Birba are right next door, so we’ve got you covered for delicious meals, an outdoor cocktail lounge and Entertainment, too? You’ll want a reservation but I can see the phone’s already in your hand…

Hotel Amenities

Hotel Amenities
Architecture: Historic
Bicycles on Premise
Hot Tub
Pet Friendly
Restaurant on Premise
Swimming Pool

Hotel Backstory

Alcazar: Classic Palm Springs with a very modern twist

Alcazar Palm Springs offers guests the quintessential Palm Springs experience.

Warm, modern, and sleek, the Alcazar describes itself as a "serene, peaceful oasis." Opened in 2011, the hotel's 34 rooms and gathering areas are stylish, with imported Italian linens, private patios, and high gloss white floors throughout the entire property. The outdoor space also dazzles — it boasts a salt water purified pool, cooling misters, garden courtyard, and fire and water walls.

Two of Palm Springs' most popular restaurants, Cheeky's and Birba, are just steps away from the hotel, accessible through a walkway, and guests can borrow bikes and take them as far as they want to ride.

"That's the whole key," general manager Robert Hunt said. "We are in the Uptown Design District, and instead of renting a car, you can walk to everything. You can go to Villagefest, restaurants, stores. There's so much up here. People are really surprised by the location."

Because there aren't too many rooms, guests quickly become familiar with the front desk, housekeeping, and their fellow travelers — in fact, friendships are formed and vacations are extended due to these new bonds.

"We have people who say they've met a couple and they had dinner together and now they want to stay another night," Hunt said. "They mingle and get to know people. There's something about this property. The main part is from 1929, and my feeling is there is definitely a good, positive energy here."