The variety of hotels and resort options in Greater Palm Springs ranges from unique and budget-friendly hotels to modern vacation rentals and some of the most luxurious properties in the state. Visiting for a special occasion or just need to be whisked away to the lap of luxury? Explore some of our favorite luxury properties below!

The Ritz-Carlton, Rancho Mirage

The hill-top Ritz-Carlton brings a new level of luxury to Greater Palm Springs. Each suite features a private balcony or patio, a private sitting area and fire pit for a relaxing desert evening. Indulge in the various spa services or stay in and relax in the oversized bathroom with deep soaking tub and the lovely British line of Asprey Products.  Curl up in the ultra-premium Frette linens in each suite.

The Ritz-Carlton offers The Ritz-Carlton Club® Lounge for guests seeking a heightened level of luxury and privacy. This exclusive lounge provides concierge service, culinary offerings and supreme comfort for all Club guests.

If you ever leave the comforts of your room, we suggest the adults-only pool for relaxation, on-call cocktail servers and scenic views of the valley below.

Parker Palm Springs

Luxury takes a twist at the Parker Palm Springs. Full of character and surprises, the Jonathan Adler-designed Parker Palm Springs is a hidden gem in the valley. Tucked away behind oversized ficus trees, guests experience eclectic furnishings and extreme privacy. For the ultimate Palm Springs experience, book the Gene Autry suite. The secluded two-bedroom, two-bath residence also has a private enclosed patio and is just steps away from the Autry Saline Pool.

Guests find chilled towels by the saltwater pool, hammocks hanging from towering palm trees and private massage services that come to you. Book the Guilty Pleasures spa package in the Palm Springs Yacht Club, the Parker’s lush Spa, and enjoy three indulgent treatments. After a quick game of croquet or petanque, enjoy a five- star breakfast at Norma’s and, for dinner, experience the dark elegance of Mister Parker’s. 


La Quinta Resort & Club

Come lose your worries amidst the 45 acres, 41 pools, 5 golf courses and 7 restaurants that make up the lovely La Quinta Resort & Club. A true hideaway, the resort has been a long time favorite in the oasis offering supreme accommodations.  Enjoy the privacy of the romantic Pueblo Suite with a private yard, pool, and hot spa, or plan a special trip to the El Presidente Suite with adjoining one-bedroom guesthouse. 

A resort-wide renovation recently took place that included the upgrading of guest casitas, a luxurious redesign of the villas, main lobby and public spaces, as well as re-imagined pool experiences and lush landscaping enhancements of bougainvillea, roses and citrus trees. 

Hyatt Regency Indian Wells Resort & Spa

Have you ever dreamed of having your own butler? Book a stay in one of the 46 villas at the Hyatt Regency Indian Wells Resort & Spa, and that dream will become a reality. Each butler has been trained at the renowned International Institute of Modern Butlers. 

Each villa is also outfitted with a private courtyard and garden, whirlpool spa or fire pit, soaking tub for two and cozy indoor fireplace. Indulge in a bath drawn for you by your personal butler or relax on the patio and enjoy an exclusive BBQ menu. As a guest of the villas, you will experience a level of service dreamt of by most, yet realized by few.

Find true serenity at Agua Serena Spa and Salon or meditate poolside in a private cabana at the Oasis Pool, stocked with a flat-screen TV and waiter service. Looking for a more unique way to unwind? Try the Vino & Vinyasa or Scotch & Stretch for a private yoga lesson followed by wine or scotch tasting. 

The Willows Historic Palm Springs Inn

The Willows Historic Palm Springs Inn is more than a hotel. Built as an exclusive private  Mediterranean villa in 1925, each of the 8 rooms provides an elegant stay. Each guest is welcomed to an evening wine and hors d’oeuvres reception and seasonal in-room treats such as Coachella Valley dates. 

Enjoy the sounds of the towering 50-foot waterfall from the Loft Room or embrace the natural scenery of the Rock Room, which is built into the boulders of the mountain.

Awake each morning to a three-course gourmet breakfast and then wander the famous hillside gardens. Stretching for more than an acre above the property, walk the same pathways as Albert Einstein once did and take in one of the desert’s breathtaking sunsets.