The Palm Springs Hotel

P: 760-459-1255
2135 N Palm Canyon Drive, Palm Springs, CA 92262

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The Palm Springs Hotel. The name itself evokes timelessness. Tradition. The elegance of the original. Yet this is not the oldest hotel in America's hottest resort destination, it is the newest. The Palm Springs Hotel was conceived by four elite Hollywood families, who had searched for the perfect, intimate vacation retreat, but couldn't find it. So they did what creative and resourceful people do: they built it themselves. 


Premiering soon, The Palm Springs Hotel promises to be the ultimate Palm Springs boutique experience. The desert-modernist architecture, bold interior flair, and the 21st century appointments like Apple TV evoke an unforgettable sense of storytelling and design. It's a love of Midcentury tradition infused with a Newcentury passion. It's for people who appreciate the unique, the artistic, the best. Like those who built it, it's for people who work hard to have their playtime count for something. This is where it counts. 


The Palm Springs Hotel. 

Art and furnishings tailor made & custom curated with legendary design house Mod Shop by Room Service. 

Hotel Amenities

Hotel Amenities
Architecture: Mid-Century Modern
Architecture: Historic
Hot Tub
Swimming Pool

Hotel Backstory

A deep love for Palm Springs

Growing up in Los Angeles, Denise Adams grew up vacationing in Palm Springs. She loved those visits to the desert, and when she sold her greeting card business and the opportunity came up to purchase an older hotel for sale on North Palm Canyon Drive, she jumped on it.

The Palm Springs Hotel opened in November 2014, with Denise entering a partnership with friends and family to own and operate the hotel. She followed her instincts when it came to decorating and designing the property, adding a bit of an industrial slant to a hotel that is primarily mid-century. 

"It's clean and simple, but elegant," she said.

The hotel's 15 rooms are situated around the pool, have bold furnishings, and are named after some of Palm Springs' most famous celebrity guests — Elvis, Frank Sinatra ("I like men in suits, with a tie or tux," Denise said). Making guests happy is the top priority of Denise and her manager, Leslie Valentine, and Denise said she is so excited when guests walk in and their expectations are exceeded.

"It's a boutique experience," Denise said. "To us, guests are royalty. We do whatever we can to make a guest happy, and they feel the love and give it back to us. Our guests mean everything to us."