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Holiday House in Palm Springs, California
Holiday House is a charming boutique hotel set in downtown Palm Springs. Guest rooms have a character of their own, with names such as Good, Better, Best, Big Room and The Suite each with special features like curated artwork collections, Waterworks bath hardware, Mark D. Sikes custom textiles, and no televisions. The idea is to create an environment where people interact with one another and let go of their worries. Originally built in 1951, it has mid-century inspired elements combined with a communal atmosphere and quirky edge. The design centers around Gio Ponti inspired tile-work in the bar and artwork throughout the property.
Explore downtown Palm Springs, stroll down the variety of shops, restaurants, attractions, and galleries. It is a beautiful area to spend the day taking in what the city has to offer. Head back to the hotel and relax by the pool or stop by the bar serving classic cocktails all day. A cool, calm , and collected atmosphere of the Holiday Hotel is sure to give you just the getaway you needed.
Location of Holiday House
Nearest Airport: PSP, ONT
Amenities for Holiday House
- General Information
- Pet Friendly
- Adults Only
- Bar & Lounge
- On-Site Amenities
- Outdoor Pool
- In-Room Amenities
- No Televisions or Telephones
Reviews for Holiday House
We loved this place. Everything is pitched just right - level of comfort, friendly staff and perfect location. I don't usually single out staff members but Jackie was brilliant at looking after guests and deserves a mention. Breakfast is more than enough - although there is no hot food. Overall I cannot recommend this place highly enough - it is a solid 5/5.
Reluctant_Traveller2 - London, UK
Weekend respire was needed so off to Palm Springs for the 1st time. We decided to pay a higher price than needed for some pampering and respite from busy work lives. The Holiday House provided that. We chose, I believe, the â€śbestâ€ť room which was quite large with a kitchenette and the largest bed and bathroom ever. It was quite cosy and comfortable and quiet. The hotel is a refurbished motel centered around a pool. Go figure the weekend that weâ€™re there was a rainy and cold one so we didnâ€™t get to use the pool. The hotel also offers a buffet continental breakfast (fruit, granola, yogurt, hard boiled eggs and toast) - all quite nice. Would I pay that much again for a return visit? Probably not but it was well worth the pampering. Oh and apparently if youâ€™re lucky enough to get on their invite only guest list for Friday night fried chicken dinner - we were not - itâ€™s the thing to do.
BobBrier - Washington DC, District of Columbia
A friend had recommended this hotel, and as we drove up to park, I admit I was nervous. From the outside, it doesn't look like much. However, as soon as you enter the lobby the cool blue and white decor envelops you in a min-century modern tranquility. The staff are all extremely friendly and accommodating. The pool is heated and beautiful. You can relax on a lounger and the view of the mountains is striking. We stayed in a "Best" room, which was huge. I especially loved the large shower with great pressure and the good quality toiletries. The room was really bigger than we needed, and we never really used the dining nook, but we were only there 3 nights. We enjoyed a tasty lunch by the pool one afternoon. I enjoyed waking up in the morning and sitting by the fire-pit, reading and looking up at the mountain that juts up right behind the hotel. It was also a quiet spot located just a block away from the main strip. We were far enough off the main road to avoid street noise. A lot of other boutique hotels I reviewed on Trip Advisor are located right on the Canyon Drive, which is busy and loud. I appreciated the lack of road noise. As parents having a weekend away from our child, we really appreciated the 21 and over guest policy. The lack of children at the pool really added to the tranquility. The biggest drawback is the daily breakfast, which is charged as part of the $18/night "resort fee". The breakfast is the same every day, and isn't very interesting. The boiled eggs were sometimes quite old and the granola was a cheap and sugary version. I'm not really sure why they had coco-crispies at an adults only hotel. Do adults eat that? Really, no one should eat that for breakfast! I guess I'm out of touch. The coffee was really weak. The blinds in our room didn't keep out the bright hallway light, which was the one thing that detracted from our sleep quality. Otherwise, the rooms were nice a quiet and the outdoor activities stopped at a reasonable hour. We also saw some cockroaches on our last day. One was in our room. I really don't know if this is normal for the area. But seeing a big bug right before going to bed is not pleasant. I imagine if we had called the front desk they would have probably tried to help, but we felt a little to silly to do that.
Junebug1482 - California
Small mid century gem that has been beautifully redecorated and it is perfect. This is as good as it gets for Palm Springs. The small restaurant, "The Pantry" was a highlight of our week in Palm Springs. If you want a mid century experience that could only be in Palm Springs this is it. I loved it.
expectquality1942 - Santa Barbara, California
This is a gem of a boutique hotel. Conveniently located and offering luxurious amenities in a small, cozy setting. The decor is over the top: creative, artsy, comfortable. Attention to detail in every way. Each room is a bit different but accommodating and beautiful. The staff is friendly and makes you feel special. Food is outstanding and â€śhealthy.â€ť Fresh, wholesome choices. I canâ€™t say enough about this charming oasis in the heart of Palm Springs.
Adele S - Boston, Massachusetts