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
Immaculately presented in crisp blue and white with a gorgeous view of the mountains and a very short walk to the main street. Lovely pool. Great drinks and lunch food that they will bring to you around the pool. We had an issue with our room 27 where there was no wi fi at all and a leaking shower. They went out of their way to make us happy and moved us to a gorgeous room. Thank you Jackie and Mariah.
drgrun - Sydney, Australia
I noticed this property looked recently renovated so walked in to check it out. It's all so pretty and fresh in many variations on blue and white throughout. The patio restaurant near the pool is really pretty and we had an excellent late lunch there yesterday. The avocado chicken salad was superb and the "Perfect Margarita" as billed on the menu was truly perfect. In a cool glass with a big blue dot and loaded with fresh citrus, it was absolutely delicious. Nice guests, lively fun atmosphere and a really welcoming staff. I'll surely be back!
Based around a theme of blue and white, the owners took the styling of this place to the max - and it's beautiful. Quirky, fresh and modern, the building is a classic Palm Springs architecture with bags of character that has been given a lot of design love. The pool area is leafy and green with beautiful views on the hills whilst still being right in the heart of the town (walking distance to everything). Staff are friendly and whilst as others say - breakfast is a bit boring after a couple of days it is still fresh and tasty so better than nothing (which seems to be the standard). The only complaint I would have is on the room. Whilst a fantastic space it turned out to be directly above the kitchen and the noise of the fan reverberated through the room from 10am to around 5pm (and on nights when they are cooking dinner till later). Obviously in Palm Springs you want to be out most of the day but forget a lie in or an afternoon nap - it was intrusively loud. In summary - this place is fantastic (we also tried the Arrive and preferred the style and atmosphere here - plus location is better) but avoid room 17 even though it is a "Best" room.
esmerelda81 - Shanghai
Holiday House is a great little hotel - nice rooms, great staff, great food, nice pool and grounds. We spent 3 nights in Mark's Room, apparently the favorite of the hotel interior designer. We loved the atmosphere - very chilled, no posing around the pool. The hotel is full of original artwork, and is very centrally located.Will definitely go again.
sfstu - San Francisco, California
Wonderful boutique hotel with an attention to every detail. From the cosy lush lobby with a Hockney Bigger Book on display to the Palm Springs blue inspired pool, with available polka dot bikes at the gate to check out the neighbourhood, the aptly named Holiday House hits all the right mid-century notes.