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Top 5 Boutique Hotels for a Palm Springs, CA Vacation

The desert oasis of Palm Springs has been a wonderful getaway for Californians and vacationers from all over the U.S. for years. Palm Springs’ reputation as a travel hotspot has led to the development of plenty of hotels, ranging from budget rooms to the most luxurious of accomodations. If you’re looking for great amenities, cozy rooms, and a wonderful sense of hospitality on your desert trip, look no further than these Palm Springs hotels to make your stay a memorable experience.

The Garden Vista Hotel Palm Springs

For visitors looking to hit the shops before a relaxing afternoon at the pool, The Garden Vista Hotel Palm Springs is an excellent choice. This boutique hotel is located just four miles from the airport, and it’s very close to downtown Palm Springs, the Cabazon Outlet Mall, and over 300 shops at El Paseo. After shopping, head to the hotel’s four pools, where you can swim and cool down from the desert heat.

Hard Rock Hotel Palm Springs

If you want to feel like a VIP while enjoy the Palm Springs oasis, book a room at the Hard Rock Hotel Palm Springs. Besides a great location just one block away from the dining and shopping area of Palm Canyon Drive, the hotel offers guests top-rated restaurants like Simon Kitchen + Bar, bars and lounges, a spa, a fitness center, and a cocktail lounge. The spacious rooms include Wi-Fi, a flat screen TV, a private terrace, and upscale décor.

Ingleside Inn

The Ingleside Inn gives its guests a cozier experience than some of the larger chain hotels, with just 30 rooms making visitors feel right at home. The inn boasts distinctive 1920s Spanish architecture, and each room has its own unique design so you’ll never have the same experience twice at the Ingleside Inn. Guests who want to explore the more artistic and cultural side of Palm Springs will find themselves just a short distance away from the Agua Caliente Cultural Museum and Palm Springs Art Museum.

Ivy Palm Resort & Spa

Guests at the Ivy Palm Resort & Spa will find an oasis within an oasis, thanks to the hotel’s tropical décor and tranquil, park-like grounds. Visitors can choose to relax at the pools, Jacuzzi, or sauna on the hotel grounds. They can also fill up on the complimentary continental breakfast for two before starting out their day in Palm Springs. Most of the shopping, dining, and gambling in Palm Springs is just two miles away from the Ivy Palm Resort, so you will be right in the center of the action.

La Maison Hotel

La Maison Hotel lives up to its name with luxurious Parisian décor in each room, including romantic colors, four-poster beds, granite bathrooms, and a wet bar. The focus here is on relaxation, so the gated grounds are far removed from the noise and hubbub of downtown Palm Springs. Guests also get a discount to the hotel’s Studio M Salon and Spa.

These boutique hotels offer visitors a serene getaway that’s nevertheless close to plenty of downtown Palm Springs activities in the middle of the scenic desert oasis.

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