Our 1950’s vintage Iron Tree Inn is located in the quiet Deepwell neighborhood of Palm Springs. Within walking distance are shopping, an upscale coffee house and many fine dining restaurants as well as public transportation. Most rooms offer kitchens. Guests can book studios, one bedroom, or suite accommodation. Most important is our 20′ x 40′ heated swimming pool with panoramic views of the Mountains. Our frequent guests have been staying with us for 15 years or more! Come visit us!
From Desert Modern to Hollywood Glam, Mediterranean Romantic to Urban Chic, you’re all about staying in a setting that fits your personal style. Palm Springs has an abundance of small gorgeous hotels that fit your style of stay.
The Old Ranch Inn is located in the exclusive Tennis Club area, within walking distance to the downtown Palm Springs Village. The Old Ranch Inn is a quaint, intimate hotel with an informal, relaxed atmosphere. Its 8-poolside suites range from charming large suites, to a one bedroom unit with large kitchenette & fireplace; all Suites with sitting areas, kitchenettes, spacious baths, private patio retreats & some fireplaces. This is an adult only property. All Suites are non smoking.
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 screenings. Some of Korakia’s signature touches include outdoor yoga classes, complimentary bicycles and afternoon Moroccan tea service. With an abundance of architectural elements as well as the whisper of the Mediterranean, Korakia has been internationally recognized as one of the top small hotels in the world.
Originally built in 1933, this Historic Hotel sits on over an acre of beautiful landscaped grounds in the heart of downtown Palm Springs, walking distance to the famous Palm Canyon Drive, where you will find the best restaurants, boutiques and galleries.
Redeveloped as a luxury hotel in 2016 by award winning architect, May Sung, with all the modern amenities of a 5 star hotel. Each piece of furniture, all materials and finishes have been carefully hand picked by interior design group, Avenue Interior Designs.
The stunning San Jacinto Mountains are the backdrop for this luxury boutique hotel. The secluded private villas each have a private patio, complete with a romantic claw foot tub, fire-pit, and built in benches.
Our 18 guest rooms, spa, restaurant, bar, and roof top lounge are all designed to create your ultimate Palm Springs getaway.
Built in 1947, Villa Royale emerged in Palm Springs during a period of Post-World War II development in the Coachella Valley. Adding a small pool of guestrooms to the south end of Palm Springs alongside the Deep Well Guest Ranch and Smoke Tree Ranch, Villa Royale was an early small hotel in south Palm Springs. Owned and managed by a woman by the name of Evelyn Pell, family lore has it that the California ranch-style hotel took its name from the first initials of Evelyn’s children – Valorie and Richard. You can stay at The Evelyn Pell Villa, a private residence with its own hot tub and garden.
With 38 rooms total – each with a unique look and feel – guests can expect new mahogany woodwork, vintage mid-century furniture and original oil paintings. Plus, in-room cocktail parlors with liquor, mixers, cocktails books and tools. Designer Anne L’Esperance also sprinkled colorful, graphic tile from Portugal, Spain and Mexico throughout the property.
Villa Royale is accommodating to pets, too. Amenities include in-room pet beds and plush dog toys, dog and cat food, custom-made dog tags and in-room VIP (Very Important Pet) door hangers.
Electra bikes are complementary for guests to explore Palm Springs.
Whether you come to Palm Springs to lounge poolside or live it up like Sinatra, Andreas Hotel & Spa holds your key card to desert diversion. Ideally located in the heart of downtown, this newly renovated boutique hotel brings contemporary style to a classic setting.
Originally built in 1935, the Andreas is a landmark in a city famous for world-class entertainment, fine dining, 24-hour-a-day casinos and a sizzling collection of clothing boutiques and specialty stores. And it’s all within easy walking distance of the hotel.
25 deluxe guest rooms and suites are exquisitely furnished in the Spanish Revival and Craftsman styles of the 1930s. Marble and stone bathrooms with oversized Jacuzzi tubs and separate walk-in showers distinguish some of the suites, and all of the rooms feature luxurious pillow-topped beds and plush furnishings.
The Andalusian Court is a charming Spanish Revival Inn, nestled in the heart of Palm Springs Historical Tennis Club District. Step back in time to Turn-of-the-Century Spain and experience the beauty and romance of a Spanish courtyard villa, just steps from downtown’s finest shopping, restaurants and entertainment.
This Historic Boutique Hotel is an eclectic composition of materials and finishes that have been artistically woven together to form Palm Springs’ most unique, most exclusive romantic retreat. Our spa Villas offer dramatic mountain or courtyard views with private outdoor whirlpool tubs and fire pits. The furnishings and decor have been tastefully selected and are complimentary to the 1920s Spanish Revival and Arts & Crafts period. Each villa is appointed with a bedroom, a marble or stone-enhanced bathroom, a complete kitchen, dining and living room with fireplace and private patios.
Journey through the lavish gardens to find your ideal spot for relaxing or daydreaming. Enjoy the soothing sounds of the many water features and the friendly glow of the large fire pits as you wander throughout the property. You may find yourself drawn to the exquisitely landscaped courtyard pool where you can bask in the rays of the desert sun, relax in the shade of our poolside cabana, or refresh yourself in the waves of our heated pool. All rooms are serviced daily.
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 charm of the original Red Barn.
Sparrows Lodge is a completely restored 1950s retreat. You will be welcomed roadside with a simple hand-painted sign with two Sparrows. The Lodge has a modern rustic vibe that carries through to our rooms, communal barn, outdoor fire pit and vegetable garden. The 20 rooms feature exposed beam ceilings, russet red walls, concrete floors with inlaid pebbles and butterfly chairs. Swiss army blankets top plush mattresses, and instead of closets you’ll find a metal footlocker along with hooks and hangers. Our bathrooms feature rain showers, designer toiletries and many include horse troughs as bathtubs. Most rooms have private patios. All rooms have AC/Heat and ceiling fans. With no televisions or phones in the rooms, there is an environment of ease and simplicity. The Lodge’s barn serves a simple breakfast included in your room rate consisting of muffins, yogurt, granola, fruit and toast. Relax by our pool where umbrellas and misters keep things cool or play a game of horseshoes. To stay hydrated enjoy our special selection of microbrews, wine, champagne, specialty drinks and sodas. In the evening, gather around the fire pit and meet new friends.
Sparrows Lodge is located in South Palm Springs. It’s walking distance to Koffi and the simple and delicious Appertito Italian deli. We have lots of other great dinning and drinking spots in town. Explore the area on one of our bikes. Outdoor activities await at Joshua Tree National Park, the Living Desert, the Aerial Tram or, closer-in, golf at Tahquitz Canyon and Indian Canyons. For local shopping, check out unique design and clothing shops on North Palm Canyon Drive or visit Hedge and the many great shops on Perez Design row in Cathedral City. Lots of interesting estate sale and “vintage finds” shops are in the area. Ask us for our favorites in town or near by. Pioneer Town is a fun day trip as is horse ride at the nearby Smoke Tree stables.
Located near downtown Palm Springs, minutes from the airport, bus station or tram. The hosts offer Japanese-style rooms with a private bath, TV, handmade futons to give you the most wonderful sleep of your life, and sliding shoji doors that lead to the garden and swimming pool area that offer a magnificent mountain view.
The atmosphere at the Inn is very distinct, quiet and relaxing. Guests can wear Japanese kimonos and slippers. Beautiful Japanese artwork and antique kimonos decorate the wall space. Delicate musical sounds of the koto and bamboo wood flute can be faintly heard throughout the Inn. Shaitsu, a centuries old Japanese acupressure massage, is available for your relaxation.
Professionally Managed. 14 well appointed, reasonably priced suites at the south end of Palm Springs, nestled under the majestic San Jacinto Mountains. A short distance from downtown. Operated as a quiet getaway from everyday noise and crowds. An adult only property.