Places To Stay
If you’re looking for places to stay in Greater Palm Springs, you’ll find an array of unique and unforgettable accommodations.
Tap into the destination's history as a place of healing, and treat yourself to the ultimate relaxing getaway, by staying at a hot mineral water spa hotel. Thanks to natural hot and cold aquifers flowing beneath the ground, Desert Hot Springs is home to several boutique properties, such as Miracle Springs Resort & Spa and the famed Two Bunch Palms, where guests can soak their troubles away.
If you prefer a lavish resort sprinkled with lush fairways and swimming pools, a charming boutique inn within walking distance of great shopping and dining or a historic midcentury modern estate, we have those, too. Many pet-friendly properties in Greater Palm Springs even welcome four-legged travel companions (freshly baked treats included!). Plus, you can find amazing deals on some of the best hotels and on-site experiences, allowing you to see more and play more while you’re here.
And with properties taking our destination Safer Together, Greater Together Pledge, they’ll be implementing even more best-practice industry standards now that their doors are open to visitors again, so you can feel inspired, relaxed and safe throughout your stay. You can view which hotels have taken the pledge HERE.
Regardless of where you check in, you’re guaranteed to CHILL out.
Frequently Asked Questions
Are hotels taking reservations?
Yes, most hotels in Greater Palm Springs are open. Get more information on hotels in Greater Palm Springs.
Are the pools open at hotels?
Pools are allowed to be open at this time, following safety protocols such as wearing a face covering and social distancing, however spas and water features, such as slides and splash parks, are not currently permitted under the state’s guidance. Prior to visiting, you will want to call ahead to ensure the hotel you are planning to visit has an open pool.
What precautions are hotels taking when cleaning rooms?
Greater Palm Springs hotels are implementing additional safety practices to protect guests and employees. Those measures include requiring that guests and employees wear face coverings in public spaces and implementing more frequent sanitation of high-touch areas, as well as following the guidance of the State of California for reopening.
While many hotels in our destination are associated with a national chain and will establish their own set of standards with additional requirements, all hotels in Greater Palm Springs that have taken our Safer Together, Greater Together Pledge Safer Together, Greater Together Pledge have agreed to follow the best-practice industry safety standards and expectations as outlined by the State of California, Riverside County, and the CDC.
Are masks required?
Yes, face coverings (scarves, masks, bandanas, etc.) are mandatory in the state of California. You can learn more about the governor’s order here.