Viceroy Palm Springs is like a beautiful oasis in the desert. The way designer Kelly Wearstler takes Old Hollywood Regency style and makes it look modern and current, can only be described as fabulous. Last weekend, I went on a girl's trip to Palm Springs and experienced this boutique hotel for myself. Not only was the service absolutely impeccable, the overall experience was something I just had to share.
The moment you walk in you feel as if the world's weight has been lifted off your shoulders. Don Devine, the Manager of Guest Services at the Viceroy, looks over a small but attentive staff that's completely wiling to go the extra mile. In fact, when I asked one of the staff members about mid-century modern shopping, they even whipped out a list of relevant stores in the area!
Originally a 1930s desert inn, the Viceroy Palm Springs has history behind it. In fact, you can just imagine old Hollywood stars walking the well kept grounds. But make no mistake, the Viceroy is all about new modern luxury. Unlike Jonathan Adler's Parker, the Viceroy never feels stuffy or pretentious. Yet through its service, its luxurious accommodations, its stylish spa and its super chic restaurant, Citron, you feel as though you're receiving the ultimate star treatment.
With three pools, free wi-fi, and comfortable beds, the Viceroy will keep any modern traveler happy. Add in special details like fresh lemon water stations, a complementary coffee bar, free bike rentals and Twister in your room, and now you've elevated the hotel from an overnight stay to a weekend experience.
It's no wonder that Viceroy received 4 out of 5 stars on Tripadvisor with comments like "exceeding expectations" and "glamour under the sun." To me, Viceroy is the sweetest escape I could have found. It stands out from other hotels in the area like Ace and Parker, for its clean but stylish design not just in the rooms but throughout the property. I'd highly recommend it for a weekend away with your loved one or friends.
Viceroy Palm Springs
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