Color isn’t just a statement at the new Saguaro in Palm Springs…it’s all encompassing. A rainbow in the dry desert, this unique boutique hotel opened earlier this year just in time for Coachella and all the wonderful spring happenings in this southern California hot spot. Now’s your turn to see what all of the buzz is about and experience this eye-catching compound for yourself.
Recommended Resort: The Saguaro. The last decade has been good to the Palm Springs area. A flux of new festivals, a revitalized modernism scene, upgrades on the main drag and plenty of new flashy hotels have made this classic destination a must-do for the weekend traveler.
The Saguaro is the new kid on the block…attracting a hip, young crowd with a spectrum of colors and a thriving pool scene. If subtlety is your preferred ambience, then look elsewhere. But if you’re game for an explosion of bold hues and an equally electric scene, you’ll get a kick out of Saguaro.
City- or mountain-view guestrooms offer at least 275 square feet of living space and include sitting areas, work stations, hand-crafted, imported Mexican furniture, as well as luxury bath products and linens. The brilliant, desert-inspired color scheme is shared by your indoor and outdoor space and adds to your experience. Feel free to request a color depending on your mood!
Check In: 1800 East Palm Canyon Drive in Palm Springs. 760-323-1711, jdvhotels.com/hotels/riverside/saguaro_palmsprings
Check Out: The Saguaro Spa. Replenishment and the use of certified organic botanicals form the wellspring of this hotel spa’s philosophy. Offerings include hydrating facials from ilike and a signature line of desert inspired products for massages and body treatments. From Limeade hydration to our Date Shake detox, experience a range of services that will be sure to rejuvenate.
Don’t Miss: El Jefe. Connected to the property, El Jefe is a cool celebration of the culture and cuisine of Mexico City, with a menu focused on the cuisine of what is known by locals as the “Distrito Federal.” With a premium tequila bar and lounge seating, the eatery is a muted backdrop for Chef Garces’ modern Mexican small plates. Here the colors don’t stimulate your eyes, they set off fireworks on your tastebuds. Enjoy!
Blog post by Always a Bridesmaid Contributor Darren Elms.
Photos courtesy of The Saguaro Palm Springs.
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