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5 Beautiful Hotels in Palm Springs

Hiking, shopping, festivals, spas, scenery, pools, casinos, fine-dining, quirky bars; the list goes on.

Hiking, shopping, festivals, spas, scenery, pools, casinos, fine dining, quirky bars; the list goes on. There is so much to do, so much to see and so much choice in this vibrant place that even finding somewhere to stay can be overwhelming, that’s why #TeamCoco has rounded up the five best hotels in Palm Springs.

The Willows

A hotel that romances you with not only its charm but its history too; The Willows Historic Palm Springs Inn was designed to be a luxurious and exclusive private hideaway. Built in 1925, today, The Willows retains its unique ambience as a small Mediterranean hotel with just eight rooms. Expansive terraces allow guests to soak up the sun and the panoramic views of the entire Coachella Valley and the surrounding mountain ranges. The gardens are extensive and boast a private waterfall, oozing serenity. It’s no wonder The Willows has been a getaway for the elite; if it’s good enough for Albert Einstein, Robert De Niro and Jared Leto, we’re pretty sure it’s good enough for us.

Hotels in Palm Springs

The Parker

The Parker Palm Springs is situated in Canyon Sands so it has easy access to all the city has to offer. This prestigious hotel offers luxury accommodation that is so comfortable it feels like home. The landscaping a decor is unparalleled and it’s no wonder The Parker is listed as one of the leading hotels in the world. Its bright interiors awaken a sense of adventure within you and decadent food and drinks leave you retreating to your room in a state of utter contentment. With an array of treatments and wellness options that are tailored to you and a shot of cucumber-infused vodka; the spa, aka, The Yacht Club is a destination in itself.

The Weekend

The entrance to The Weekend is the epitome of Palm Springs; modern, sophisticated and surrounded by Palm Trees. Originally built in the 1960s but now completely renovated to one of Palm Springs’s most exclusive places, it holds that 60’s vibe but with an elite feel. With just 10 rooms that are both chic and timeless, this is a sanctuary amongst the chaos. Situated within Las Palmas, this getaway is a quick walk away from the San Jacinto Mountains and the North End, for easy access to restaurants and bars. From the moment you enter the little red door, you escape into another reality where nothing is too much and every little detail is well thought out.

L’Horizon Resort & Spa

L’Horizon Resort & Spa, could not be better named, with incomparable views of the horizon, this hotel is simply idyllic. From its opening in 1952, L’Horizon has welcomed the likes of Marilyn Monroe and many other celebrities from Hollywood’s golden era. It has since been redesigned to reflect both its history and surroundings; now providing an intimate serene atmosphere. Sweeping over three acres, semi-detached bungalow villas, hold a total of 25 rooms, with private patios and even outdoor showers. The sleek modern aesthetic contrasts and compliments its desert surroundings making L’Horizon the perfect boutique hotel just minutes from downtown Palm Springs.

The Palm Springs Hotel

The ultimate boutique experience, timeless, traditional and elegant; The Palm Springs hotel combines the storytelling of the town with modern architecture and amenities. Bold yet simplistic the artistic flair of the hotel is in stark contrast to the desert surrounding it. An outdoor pool, hot tub, picnic area and fire pit are all part of the experience; this hotel is for those who love to relax and unwind in a sleek, intimate environment. Away from the heart of Palm Springs, this is a small oasis within the desert.

For more information, please visit www.VisitPalmSpring.com.