5 Hip Historic Hotels in Palm Springs

 

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Are you destined to stay in the same hotel where Marilyn Monroe once got her beauty sleep?

Rendezvous, rest and find romance poolside at one of these

 5 Hip Historic Hotels in Palm Springs!

 

Andreas Hotel & Spa

Andreas Hotel & Spa has been the definition of luxury since 1935. Its deluxe Spanish Revival suites and palm tree lined grounds offer a unique resting place. It is pet friendly with an intimate pool, located in the heart of downtown.

Del Marcos Hotel

The orange and white rocky desert vibes of the Del Marcos Hotel welcome guests and their traveling pets! It sits in the historic Tennis Club, inspired by the modernist architecture of William F. Cody. Dip into the bright saltwater pool and mingle at this adult-only resort.

Bearfoot Inn

Located in the historic Movie Colony neighborhood, the midcentury designed Bearfoot Inn is a clothing optional resort for men. It offers a saltwater pool and misting system for endless summer fun in the sun. A select Palm Springs Summer Splash Pass is good thru September.

Skylark Hotel

If the 1950s are your thing, choose the Skylark Hotel where Marilyn Monroe once slept. The light and bright rooms in white, turquoise and burnt orange hues complement the sparkling pool. Book a Deluxe King Room and enjoy mid-century Danish details that have been alive since 1955.

Colt’s Lodge

Lounge poolside under a yellow umbrella at the historic boutique Colt’s Lodge. The western-style of the once 1954 Sunrise Villa has been recently renovated as a romantic contemporary inn. Twinkling gardens, a piano, BBQ Center and complimentary bicycles grace your stay.

 

Find your good vibes in this charming desert paradise!

 

Sincerely,

Christina 

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