May 14, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.

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The Riviera Palm Springs, A Tribute Portfolio Resort in Palm Springs, California

Those with a penchant for modern architecture will enjoy the renaissance that has taken place in Palm Springs. A playground for the rich and famous sine the 1950s and 60s, this desert oasis has transformed its many mid-century hotels and resorts into hip retro retreats where Hollywood celebrities take refuge and relaxation timeThe Riviera Palm Springs, situated on two dozen arid acres, leads the way as part of this iconic movement. The resort features a collection of spacious guest rooms and suites that have a vintage vanguard vibe coupled with a decidedly contemporary feel. Windows frame spectacular views of the glistening outdoor pool, desert terrain or distant mountain peaks.

The area landscape is a mix of palm trees and pools, and Riviera Palm Springs boasts two pool plunging retreats, plus a tantalizing whirlpool. SpaTerra combines Far East élan with Hollywood glamour, resulting in an array of body rituals designed to promote health and well-being. With mornings spent poolside and afternoons reserved for pampering, your evenings can be filled with fabulous food and mingling at Circa 59 restaurant and bar. Guests gather at place settings scattered throughout the crimson interior, or nosh under the stars at an al fresco table. Other on-site venues include Starlite Lounge and sidebar Lounge, or the sultry Bikini Bar and Deep End pool lounge. Consider heading out for golfing at one of several renowned courses, shopping along chic Palm Canyon Drive, or an off-road adventure among the rough-and-tumbleweeds. Take it all in at Riviera Palm Springs.

Location of The Riviera Palm Springs, A Tribute Portfolio Resort

The Riviera Palm Springs, A Tribute Portfolio Resort
1600 North Indian Canyon Drive
Palm Springs, California

Nearest Airport: PSP

Amenities for The Riviera Palm Springs, A Tribute Portfolio Resort

  • General Information
  • 406 Guest Rooms
  • Pet Friendly
  • Connecting/Adjoining Rooms
  • Dining
  • 4 Bars
  • Poolside Dining
  • Pool Bar
  • Restaurant
  • Room Service
  • On-Site Amenities
  • Beauty Salon
  • Concierge
  • Spa on Property
  • Laundry Service
  • Fitness Center
  • WiFi
  • Game Room
  • Live Entertainment
  • High-Speed Internet Access
  • Boutique
  • Tennis Courts
  • Gardens
  • Personal Trainers
  • Outdoor Whirlpool
  • Pool Cabanas
  • 2 Outdoor Pools
  • ATM
  • In-Room Amenities
  • Private Patios or Balconies
  • Bathrobes
  • Direct Dial Telephones
  • DVD Players
  • Hair Dryers
  • In-Room Safes
  • Mini Bar
  • iPod Docks
  • Iron/Ironing Boards
  • Marble Bathrooms
  • Flat-Screen Televisions
  • Luxury Linens
  • Coffee & Tea Facilities
  • Activities
  • Croquet
  • Tennis
  • Yoga
  • ATV Tours
  • Billiards
  • Basketball
  • Fitness Classes
  • Business
  • Business Center/Services
  • Meeting Rooms
  • Family
  • Babysitting
  • Children's Menus
  • Teen Spa Treatments
  • Rollaway Beds
  • Pack & Plays
  • Nearby
  • Shopping
  • Golf
  • Interests
  • Golf
  • Summer Getaways

Reviews for The Riviera Palm Springs, A Tribute Portfolio Resort

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TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 23 hours ago

We had an amazing time by the pool. The staff is incredible especially Tony!! He took care of us the whole time and made sure we had everything we needed!! He was so much fun!!! I will come back just for him!! Amazing place!

AssalDee - Los Angeles, California

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 day ago

We had a great time and comfortable stay it was great. The suite was perfect and the staff super friendly and helpful. The resort was very clean and well maintained. My family and I will definitely be back again. I would highly recommend this resort to all my friends.

Perezjj67 - Long Beach, California

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 4 days ago

Were anxious to arrive and looked forward to our stay at another lovely Starwood Preferred hotel. We have been SPG members for 14 years and always happy with our stays. In fact had just left a Sheraton in Mesa that was fabulous! So we expected even more from this resort based on the location. We arrived with our adult daughter to a room with one king and a pull out bed that was not comfortable. On day two they offered us a change but we found this room to be not very nice with a poor view of the roof top. The next day we finally settled into a room that was better for sleeping but the building was so run down. We were not satisfied with the cleanliness of the common areas although our room was kept nice. We saw the same food (cracker crumbs in our hallway) the entire visit. We wanted to enjoy the spa and purchase mani pedi's for us girls but they did not staff that area of the spa on Mon and Tues! It was Spring Break. We would head to the pool each day and would see the chairs the same way they were left the day before and even found used towels from the previous day still out the next morning. The bar staff at the pool was friendly but the wait staff at the pool not so friendly. The pool food was very good but the restaurant food was so so. We encountered very high winds on two days of the trip and I know there is nothing the resort could do but the debris was everywhere, glass, chairs, umbrellas, planters. We travel frequently and like to be pampered! Just had to work so hard here to be comfortable.

Ronald S - Lake Geneva, Wisconsin

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 4 days ago

The Riviera provided a great location and experience during our stay for the Coachella music festival. Amenities were plentiful and the room was really nice. The only downside was getting the attention of the wait staff for outdoor eating or inside the restaurant. They appeared to be either understaffed or unengaged. Service at the front desk, from the hotel staff, and the bar was top notch though.

axm808 - Bellevue

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 4 days ago

I have always wanted to stay at this place because I love the way it looks from the outside. So when my boyfriend and needed a place to stay for an overnight business trip I was excited to get to try the Riviera. But my joy didn't last long . . . an neither did my stay. We ended up checking out at about 10:00pm on the same day we checked in. Yes, our experience was that bad. We checked into our room at about 3pm. David had booked us for one of their top rooms. It was a full suite with a bedroom, a fireplace, a dining area and a large balcony/patio area. Sounds pretty good, right? Well the room was in a building that I understand houses all of the suites. You'd think their top rooms would have a nice view, nope. We (room 428) overlooked the laundry room, and all of the windows overlooked dirty rooftops with air conditioning units and plumbing lines. Not cute. Before I get ahead of myself I'd just like to talk about our looonnnngg walk to our room. The building is confusing and there wasn't much signage. I asked a girl who looked as if she was a food server at the pool. She had no idea. She walked out and asked a guy who works there. They talked for a few minutes, laughing and carrying on while we were standing there and when they finished talking he smacked her on the butt flirtatiously; she giggled coquettishly and made goo goo eyes back at him as she walked back to give us instructions. Our long walk down the hall took us through several odor zones. First it smelled like BO. Gross. When that gave way it did so to something that smelled vaguely of vomit. Finally when we got to the north end of the hall it smelled either of methane or sewage. That should have been our clue to leave...but we didn't The room was okay. It was cheap furnishings and mediocre design trying very hard to look upscale. Oh, and two of the lamps didn't work. Whatever, we were only staying one night. The real problem was that there was the smell of sewage coming out of the bathroom. Gross. And the longer we were there the worse the smell got. At about 9 pm I called and asked for a room change. They were quite gracious and changed us immediately. Well, out of the frying pan into the fire. No, the new room didn't smell (but the hallways still did), but it was in a more trafficked area. The walls were so thin we could hear everything. I immediately found myself wishing I had earplugs. Whatever, it's only one night. BUT the noise got worse. Bass bumping so the walls where shaking. The guys below us were smoking weed and somehow it was getting into our room. It smelled like Cheech and Chong were there. Whatever, it's only one night. But then the guys start screaming, cursing and yelling homophobic slurs at people walking through the lot. Okay, one night or not, I was done. D. O. N. E. Done. I called down to the front desk and she said she'd send security to tell them to be quiet. We all know how security telling a few high and rowdy guys to keep it down is going to go. I thanke her but told her I had an appointment early in the morning and I didn't want to have to deal with this on and off until these guys passed out and asked for my money back and told her I'd find somewhere else. She was pleasant enough, but seriously? I'm leaving because one room had a sewage smell and now I'm in a room that felt like it was part of a frat house and a brief apology is the best you can do? I mean, if it were my hotel I would have had the manager or someone apologizing and helping the dissatisfied client find a place to stay for the night. Not just saying "I'm sorry". Perhaps I would make sure that they got extra SPG points for their troubles, or offered a room or a free upgrade on their next stay? I'm sorry but "I'm sorry" for two rooms that were so bad that my guest had to flee at 10pm doesn't' really cut it. Mercifully the Avalon had a room that was quiet and odor free. They als gave us champagne to help us relax after our nocturnal exodus. They even upgraded our room to help make up for the bad experience we were having in Palm Springs. THAT'S what good service looks like. The Avalon gained a loyal customer, and The Riviera lost one ... not because they had a rude and disruptive customer, but because they didn't really handle the situation very well. Oh, and if there are two of you in the room, you'd better decide which one of you gets to use the wifi because they have a 1 device per room policy.

erikalam0ureaux - South Pasadena, California

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