The Rossi Hotel
375 W. Arenas Road, Palm Springs, CA 92262
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Tucked away perfectly between booming Downtown Palm Springs and the serene San Jacinto Mountains in the historic Tennis Club District, The Rossi embraces old school charm with an eclectic flair in a lush tropical setting. Though newly re-opened as The Rossi Hotel in 2017, the property has been a notable hotel destination since the 1920’s, originally known as “The Wigwam.”
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 as well as both local and international artwork. The Rossi is a blend of elegant and funky, tranquil and exciting.
The property is surrounded by 180 degree views of the stunning San Jacinto Mountains. Lush, green tropical foliage and desert flowers work together to create an unexpected yet fitting setting for a desert hideaway.
Though the hotel grounds are designed for ultimate relaxation and bliss, we are located just two blocks away from all of the action of Downtown Palm Springs, just a quick stroll to restaurants, shops, galleries and activities. The Rossi is about having it all; the tranquility and seclusion of the property, and the proximity to the booming Downtown area.
Located in the famous and historic Tennis Club District, the neighborhood is quiet and mostly residential, yet located just steps away from all the Downtown action. There’s no need to drive to dinner or for sightseeing; most guests leave their cars parked at the hotel and don’t move it their entire stay.
The Rossi is walking distance from the many restaurants, bars, and shops on Palm Canyon Drive, The Palm Springs Art Museum, and numerous hikes and view points. It is also just a short drive to the famous Palm Springs Aerial Tramway to take in the views from 8500 feet above! For something a bit more grounded, walking tours to view Palm Springs’ famous mid-century architecture happen all around The Rossi as well.