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February 7, 2018 for 3 nights for 2 adults.

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La Quinta Resort & Club in La Quinta, California

Set against the backdrop of the Santa Rosa Mountains, California's timeless La Quinta Resort & Club offers a fresh, new take on the lackluster club vacation. An esteemed member of the Waldorf-Astoria collection, La Quinta Resort & Club promises a vacation experience off the beaten path. With 535 fireplaces, 41 pools, 53 hot tubs, 23 tennis courts, 7 restaurants, and 5 golf courses, you are in for one unforgettable experience. Unwind in one of the cozy casitas for a romantic, intimate getaway for two, or spread out in the palatial suites where serenity and stillness reign supreme. A favorite of presidents past and present day public personalities, La Quinta Resort & Club is a retreat for weary minds, restless souls, and the young at heart.

Spanish and Mediterranean design influences complement the simplicity of the setting, while distinct touches, like Spa La Quinta, and an on-site beauty salon offer luxury in unexpected places. Golf enthusiasts rejoice! La Quinta's 45 acre property is home to every kind of golf green, from a mountain course to greens designed by golf greats Jack Nicklaus and Pete Dye. When the time comes to shop around, the resort is home to Shops on the Plaza, a collection of stores and upscale boutiques ideal for spoiling yourself and those you love. Ready for a real sweet treat? Skip over to Lollipops, where your inner child will delight in the array of delectable delicacies all for the tasting. Allow yourself to experience it all: relax, be adventurous, explore, laze around, and truly take in the luxury of doing everything you always wanted but never had time to do at La Quinta Resort & Club.

Location of La Quinta Resort & Club

La Quinta Resort & Club
49499 Eisenhower Drive
92253
La Quinta, California

Nearest Airport: PSP

Amenities for La Quinta Resort & Club

  • General Information
  • 796 Guest Rooms
  • Pet Amenities
  • Pet Friendly
  • Dining
  • Poolside Dining
  • 6 Restaurants
  • 3 Bars
  • On-Site Amenities
  • Beauty Salon
  • On-Site Car Rental
  • Concierge
  • Shuttle Service
  • Spa on Property
  • Complimentary Newspaper
  • Fitness Center
  • WiFi
  • Boutiques
  • High-Speed Internet Access
  • Complimentary Parking
  • Tennis Courts
  • Personal Trainers
  • Pool Cabanas
  • 5 Golf Courses
  • Outdoor Pools
  • Outdoor Spa Treatments
  • Outdoor Whirlpools
  • In-Room Amenities
  • Private Patios or Balconies
  • Air Conditioning
  • Direct Dial Telephones
  • Hair Dryers
  • Satellite Television
  • Iron/Ironing Boards
  • Flat-Screen Televisions
  • Luxury Linens
  • Coffee & Tea Facilities
  • Luxury Bath Amenities
  • Mini Refrigerators
  • Private Pools
  • Activities
  • Bicycling
  • Tennis
  • Pilates
  • Yoga
  • Rock Climbing
  • Golf
  • Business
  • Business Center/Services
  • Meeting Rooms
  • Family
  • Babysitting
  • Nearby
  • Shopping
  • Art Galleries
  • Polo
  • Interests
  • Family
  • Golf

Reviews for La Quinta Resort & Club

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TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 day ago

Our second time at the hotel. We stayed 4 nights in a room that surrounded one of the many pools in the complex. The hotel and grounds are amazing. The old world charm is fantastic. Facilities are extensive with a great gym, tennis courts and golf courses in walking distance. Hotel guests get priority access and we were given free use of the driving range. The Mexican restaurant is nice and Morgan’s steakhouse is fantastic. Great outdoor area near the restaurants where you can listen to live music and have a pre dinner cocktail. If you wish to leave the complex there are many restaurants in the Village (5 minute drive). Additionally, we were able to hike a number of trails (of varying difficulty) all within 20 min of hotel. I hope the hotel never changes. I can’t wait to come back.

Gilbert T - Sydney, Australia


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 day ago

Bit disappointed that my room wasnt ready until 4pm. Being a diamond member , i thought it would help getting a room early. We arrived at 300pm. No upgrades available. When we went to the bellman when we got our room, he kindly gave us a map to our room. Never asked if we needed help with our luggage ( which we did). Def not what i would expect at a nicer hotel. The rooms are old but clean.Nice water pressure. The restaurants are excellent. Staff seems really nice too. Our symposium was nice, food etc was very nice. Nice location, close to a lot of nice shopping and restaurants.. Staying for week, so I think other than the check in, the hotel seems fine.

albertthedentist - Annapolis, Maryland


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 day ago

First time a the La Quinta Resort has not been a great experience. Not bad, but certainly no where near a 5 star property or 5 star service. Arrived for check in just after 4pm. I had checked in via my Hilton Honors app and indicated we would arrive around 4pm. The app said our room would be ready and all we had to do was show ID at check in to get a digital key. Inside the lobby was line ten people deep. The front desk was fully staffed by moving very slow. 20 minutes later we were trying to check-in. Process was pretty smooth expect our room was not ready. Seemed many rooms were not ready so that was slowing the check-in for everyone. We were told to relax and they would text shortly when our room was ready. Fortunately we did not have any luggage thanks to Delta choosing to send it to a different destination, but that is a review for Delta, not La Quinta Resort. We found a quiet corner of the busy lobby to rest our tired feet and hoped our room would be ready soon. We did have a dinner to attend at 6 and really wanted to freshen up before. Oh, but thanks to Delta we had no luggage to change or freshen up with. We waited patiently for a nearly an hour. Time to inquire about a room, we do have dinner in about 30 minutes. Back at the check-in counters the line was now probably about 15 deep. I skipped to the front and asked about the status of our room. The reception attendant said the room was ready, but then offered to change to a similar room. I said any room is fine at this point. He gave me keys and we set off across the expansive property in search of our bungulow. Thanks to Delta it was easier without all the added baggage. The room is nice, not great. Everything is old and maintained, but still not luxurious. There is a comfortable king size bed, gas fireplace, shower, tub, refrigerator and a Kurieg coffee maker. Our room is near the main road so at night we hear a fire truck and in the early morning we hear the delivery trucks coming and going. Speaking of early mornings. I had asked the bellman to deliver our luggage when it arrives from Delta, regardless of the hour. After dinner we return, no luggage. Go to bed and still no luggage. Delta says it should be delivered by 3am. 4:30 - no luggage has been delivered. Concerned I call the bellmans desk. The phone rings and rings with no answer. So I go to the lobby to find it wide open with no one around. Doors to the back rooms are ajar but not closed. I don’t open them but wander around thinking I will find a someone sleeping on a sofa. Finally a cleaning attendant appears and asks if I need to check-in. I explained my presence and she began calling out for someone while going through some of the ajar doors. Finally another person appears and asks what I need. I explain and he says he will call the Bellmen, I tell him I already did and no one answered. He disappears behind one of the ajar doors and a minute later another gentleman appears with my wayward luggage. So that was the excitement of the check-in / bellman service / lost luggage episode. Regarding the property it is beautiful. Lush grounds, with flowers and lemon trees. Pools and hot tubs everywhere. The casita and bungalow style takes you back to another era. Unfortunately the prices are fully modern, maybe even futuristic. Room service adds 24% plus a flat $5 charge to all orders - that is on top of their already inflated prices on the “In-Room Dinning” menu. Still here for a few more days, so I will update later on.

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TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 3 days ago

We are homeowners of longstanding at the Resort and were drawn here by the historic charm of the original buildings, nearly all of which are still in use. Morgan’s restaurant was beautifully restored several years ago and features a gorgeous mural uncovered at that time. We have applauded the attention paid to deferred capital maintenance of the lovely grounds and have been supportive of modest changes made since the Resort emerged from financial restructuring. BUT someone took leave of their senses with the lobby “renovation.” It now looks like a Hilton Go 2 or a new Hampton Inn - totally disrespectful of and disconnected from the very thing that made the Resort so special. Not every place needs to look “hip” or “modern” or just like everyplace else. This feels like corporate decision making of the worst kind - and the “local designer” hired for this job should be ashamed of this project, which even for its genre is amateurish at best. Awful to the core. Hope the hotel rooms aren’t next.

Faded-e - Chicago, Illinois


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 4 days ago

We love this property...the casitas are spacious and it's wonderful to step right out onto the patio or into the lush, beautiful grounds. The only downfall is that it's so far from Palm Springs (45 minutes because of traffic) and other sites, that if you aren't here to play golf or visit the spa, activities are limited.This negative could be easily improved by adding options like croquet, historic tours of the resort or the area, better evening entertainment or activities, lighting fires in the outdoor fireplace for s'more's, etc. Additional outdoor seating groups around the property would be nice, too. The WA Biltmore in Phoenix has enough activity you don't need to leave the property, as an example. Maybe it was the time of year that limited activities in January, but the hotel was very busy. Still, it's gorgeous.

traveling-family36 - North Carolina


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