48 Hours in Palm Springs: Where to Stay

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La Serena Villas

A cute luxury boutique just off the main strip in downtown palm springs. Feels secluded but close walking distance to the main strip.

Brass fixtures, Moroccan vibes, and California comfort all in one.

We stayed in Villa #6. A charming little private villa complete with a bedroom and living area, small kitchen nook, a large bathroom area and a private backyard patio complete with a fire pit and an outdoor claw foot tub.

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They deliver you breakfast every morning in a cute little basket, but you have to tell them as they don’t want it sitting outside your door. Just a pre-warning as the first morning we were still waiting for it to show up. Inside you will find orange or fruit juice, yogurt parfaits, banana and apples as well as an English muffin and croissant.

The pool and courtyard area are dreamy. It wasn’t that busy while we were there as it was the end of February and the weather was just starting to warm up. Off of the pool area is Azucar, the hotel’s Mexican inspired restaurant. Definitely a must for cocktails and appies at the bar top or a cute space for a sit down meal.

The hotel offers bikes that you can rent for the day. You just have to sign them out at the front desk.

We had a wonderful stay, while at times I wish we were closer to El Paseo and Indian Wells, it was fun to explore downtown Palm Springs and be right in the heart of it.

Definitely recommended.

Where are some places you love to stay in Palm Springs?

 

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