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The Saguaro Palm Springs
Palm Springs, California
Why Stay At The Saguaro Palm Springs
Reminiscent in its design of Palm Springs' heyday as Hollywood's desert playground, the Saguaro is located in the heart of bustling downtown.
There's nothing understated at the Saguaro; the Art Deco-style hotel welcomes guests to the Mojave Desert with a peppy color spectrum and bright, spacious rooms, many with balconies facing the inner courtyard. Upon arrival, wash off the dust of travel with a refreshing dip in the amply-sized outdoor pool. Or you may choose to simply relax under a bright yellow umbrella in one of the poolside lounge chairs—cold drink in hand. If hunger strikes, turn to either of the hotel's two restaurants. They are both managed by Iron Chef winner Jose Garces. Don't miss out on his ceviche de Huachinango (red snapper ceviche with a special vinaigrette) at Wild West-inspired El Jefe Restaurant or sample the Short Rib Bocadillos at upscale Tinto. To round off your meal, head over to the premium tequila bar. Earthy burnt orange and green hues reign in Saguaro's spa, and signature treatments include the Desert Essence Poultice Massage featuring reflexology and wild crafted desert herbal compresses to relieve aches and pains.
Experience some genuine Zen-moments each morning during a complimentary Yoga session held in a designated room or outdoors on the San Jacinto lawn.
Grab a couple of the complimentary Cruiser bikes at the front desk for up to four hours and take them for a spin down the Strip.
Arrive at Palm Springs International Airport (PSP) which is 3 miles from the hotel. Anticipate about 10 minutes of travel time.1800 E Palm Canyon Dr, Palm Springs, California, United States
Hotel FeaturesBack to Top Property Amenities
- Outdoor Pool
- Outdoor Hot Tubs
- On-site Spa
- Daily Yoga Sessions
- Fitness Center
- Wi-Fi Internet Access
- Flat-screen TVs
- Patios or Balconies
- iPod Docking Station
- Working Desks
- Two Restaurants
- Bar + Lounge
- Poolside Bar
- Poolside Food Service
- 2 person max occupancy
- All hotel taxes and resort fees
Why We Love Palm Springs
Palm Springs delivers an intoxicating mix of pampering, entertainment, and retail therapy while enjoying year-round sun-drenched desert scenery.
385 W Tahquitz Canyon Way; 1-760-325 5059. Dinner for two $200.
Where to Drink: The newest hot spot, Bar serves up innovative beer cocktails and tasty pub food. Featuring an outside patio that contrasts with the darkly decorated interior, favorite menu items include Devils on Horseback (bacon-wrapped dates with bleu cheese).
340 N Palm Canyon Dr.
Where to Shop: Each Thursday from 6pm to 10 pm, a section of Palm Canyon Drive morphs into an open-air festival. Browse more than 200 booths of arts, handcrafted goods, and specialty foods.
Outdoor Excursion: Just under an hour drive east, lies Joshua Tree National Park. It spans parts of two deserts and is the native home to the namesake tree. The park offers campsite and varied-ability hiking trails with lookout points over the Coachella Valley and Salton Sea. It's also an excellent spot for undisturbed stargazing.
Why Go Now
May 16-19, 2013
Palm Springs Film Noir Festival
Black is back. In its 14th year, festival features a mix of classic noir films and guest star appearances.
May 29 - June 17, 2013
Palm Springs Restaurant Week
The perfect opportunity to sample menus from over 100 of Palm Springs finest restaurants via special prix fixe dinners.
June 21 - 25, 2013
International Short Film Festival
Screening more than 300 short films from over 50 countries, there's sure to be one that will spark your interest.