This hotel is beyond disappointing. Our room was a box with 2 windows facing a wall under the stairs. The pool is tiny and very unappealing. What this "hotel" is is a cheap motel. The had an LA designer attach his name to the decor. Planted some plants around a tiny pool and tryed to make it chic. It isn't. We picked this place because departures magazine listed it as one of the great hotels in 2008. If it was then, it isn't any more. We thought we'd stay at a cute boutique hotel rather than a huge 5 pool, 800 room hotel. We shouldn't have, at least not here. Don't stay here. If you can get a room here for $150, maybe. We are paying $400 a night, for $500 a night we could have been at the Four Seasons in Santa Barbara.
- Also Known As:
- Colony Palms Resort
- Colony Palms Palm Springs
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Sophisticated Luxury Experience in the heart of Palm SpringsDowntown Palm SpringsSituated in Downtown Palm Springs and the Uptown Design District, this romantic hotel is close the Palm Springs Art Museum, Palm Springs Convention Center and the downtown shopping and restaraunt area.Restaurant and SpaThe hotel's restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Voted by Condé Nast Traveler as on the top new restaurants in the world, this popular restaurant features upscale Mediterranean cuisine.Luxury In-Room amenitiesHD LCD televisions include premium cable/satellite channels. Guestrooms also feature beds with pillowtop mattresses, premium down bedding, signature C.O. Bigelow amenities, full minibar with top shelf liquor. ... more less
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