November 11, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
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The Ritz-Carlton, Rancho Mirage in Rancho Mirage, California
Just outside Palm Springs, atop a 650-foot high plateau overlooking the Coachella Valley, The Ritz-Carlton, Rancho Mirage truly rises above the area's other luxury lodgings. With the stunning Santa Rosa Mountains serving as its backdrop, this RockResorts flagship property sets a magisterial tone of quietude. Bedrooms and suites are elegantly appointed with fine art, antiques, Frette linens and French doors that lead to private patios or balconies. You'll be doubly indulged at Mirada, the area's only cliffside restaurant, and at the Avanyu Spa, uniting the tranquility of the high desert with customized rejuvenation.
Tennis courts, a championship croquet lawn, a swimming pool and the Mission Hills Country Club--where guests enjoy privileged access--make this resort a destination unto itself. You'll be surrounded by an array of cycling and hiking trails and just minutes from the shopping and entertainment of Palm Springs. Visit the Living Desert Museum and the historical Indian Canyons, home to the world's largest natural oasis. Lovers of adventure can take a hot air balloon flight, and day-trippers can enjoy an excursion to the Temecula Wine Country.
Location of The Ritz-Carlton, Rancho Mirage
Nearest Airport: PSP
Amenities for The Ritz-Carlton, Rancho Mirage
- General Information
- 239 Guest Rooms
- Poolside Dining
- Room Service
- On-Site Amenities
- Beauty Salon
- Spa on Property
- Spa Services
- Business Center/Services
- Meeting Rooms
- Children's Programs
Reviews for The Ritz-Carlton, Rancho Mirage
The hotel is beautiful - the landscaping, views, decor, space and layout are all great. The service is very good, as one would expect from the Ritz. Comfortable and well appointed rooms. Good pools but not nearly enough space to accommodate everyone when it is busy. It seems to suffer from â€˜Vegas pool syndromeâ€™: not enough loungers, little shade, people packed in like sardines, too much hot concrete etc. This is definitely not for us and because of this, I would not recommend this hotel if youâ€™re after a sun/pool break at a busy time of year. We ate at State Fair and while the menu isnâ€™t overly exciting, the food is excellently prepared and the service was very good. Dining outside under the stars overlooking the hotel grounds on a warm autumn evening was a treat.
Seamus44 - London, United Kingdom
The Ritz in Rancho Mirage is pretty much what you would expect in a Ritz. Wonderful service, high end construction and materials, a solid, reliable stay in a beautiful setting. The view of the valley below is remarkable, and it is super quiet up there. We had a lovely night, and I would recommend it if you are looking for a peaceful get away. Service at the adults pool was excellent. Only real downside was that the hotel itself was a bit dated in decor, adult pool pretty small, and hotel itself was a drive from all the shops and restaurants.
bdarling001 - Newport Beach, California
This hotel is The Ritz so expect the best service from the staff. The hotel is beautifully decorated and has an amazing view. The food in the restaurants is excellent. I highly recommend this hotel for business or pleasure-ours was both.
marlar222 - Yorba Linda, United States
This hotel is just beautiful! And, it gets even more spectacular at night! Every detail of the hotel is based around the views of the valley below. We appreciated the smallness of the hotel, while enjoying the "largeness" of what is offered. The team is everything you come to expect from the Ritz brand. Don't miss eating at the steakhouse!
cwheel2402 - Naples, Florida
My wife and I have lived in San Diego for 2 years and are still trying to learn Palm Springs/Palm Desert. Last year we went to Palm Desert for an extended weekend and stayed at the La Quinta Resort which is a Waldorf property. It was nice but we didn't feel like we found the perfect place for us. On the drive home (last year) we checked out the JW Marriott and that felt like an enormous Vegas hotel which is also not our thing. Our friends recommended the Ritz so we tried it on this trip and I have to tell you we are officially done looking as we have found our place in Palm Springs. The property is beautiful as it sits high up on a hill and overlooks a canyon and the valley. The main pool is pretty and the chairs are not right on top of each other like at other hotels (Hyatt Indigo Springs) The room was very nice with a beautiful bathroom and a great view. We were on the upper floor (3rd floor but note the lobby is on the 2nd floor) with a King bed and a patio overlooking the adult pool and the valley. We ate breakfast at the hotel and it was very good. But we didn't eat any other meals there as we wanted to get out into Palm Springs. For restaurants I highly recommend Miro's as well as Workshop Kitchen. The only negative for us was the adult pool. The adult pool sits right on the edge of the canyon and has a great view. Since we are empty-nesters it makes sense that we would gravitate to the adult pool. However, the adult pool, while very pretty, feels like it needs to have more space for space for chairs. They have so much room on the property where the adult pool is located but they made the adult pool area very small and all the chairs are right next to each other. That wasn't the right ambiance for us so we went to the main pool each day and had a great time. We will definitely be back to the Ritz on our next trip!
RelaxLiveRight - Rancho Santa Fe, California