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Hotel Amenities Include:
  • Deck
  • Flat Screen TV/CD Player/DVD
  • Wi-Fi Internet Access
  • Coffee Maker
  • Microwave
  • Toaster
  • Mini Size Refrigerator
  • Hair Dryer
  • Iron with Board
  • Ceiling Fan
  • Air Conditioning/Heating
  • Palm Mountain Resort & Spa

    Discover the newly expanded Palm Mountain Resort & Spa in the heart of Palm Springs just steps away from the famed Palm Canyon Drive. Relax in the sun by the perfectly chilled pool, pamper yourself with a soothing massage at The Spa, lounge in beautiful guestrooms, and enjoy direct access to downtown, including nightlife, fabulous restaurants, quaint shops, galleries, and casinos - just like the stars do.

    Conveniently located near all there is to see and do in downtown Palm Springs, Palm Mountain Resort & Spa is a short stroll to the Desert Art Museum, many popular restaurants, unique shops, boutiques, galleries and the Spa Casino. At Palm Mountain, there is little need for car rental when you can walk to it all. Palm Springs Airport is a quick 5 minute drive from the hotel which provides complimentary airport shuttle service.

    The intimate charm of this leisure retreat, at the foot of the snow-capped San Jacinto Mountains, is a landmark of hospitality in this beautiful desert resort community. This upscale resort hotel offers 120 deluxe garden patio guestrooms with swimming pool, mountain or courtyard views.

    Hotel Amenities Include:

    • Luxury pillow top mattresses in all rooms
    • Designer furniture, ceiling fans and shuttered windows
    • 40" flat-screen television with 70 channels including complimentary HBO
    • Heating and air conditioning
    • Alarm clock
    • Refrigerator, microwave and coffee brewer
    • Bottled water and coffee in room
    • Hair dryer
    • Iron and ironing board
    • Wi-Fi throughout The Resort
    • Parking just footsteps from your room
    • Keyed privacy gates and electronic door locks
    • ADA accessible accommodations

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    Palm Mountain Resort & Spa

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    Palm Mountain Resort & Spa
    155 S. Belardo Rd. 
    Palm Springs, California 92262

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    • Palm Mountain Resort & Spa
    • Palm Mountain Resort & Spa
    • Palm Mountain Resort & Spa
    • Palm Mountain Resort & Spa
    • Palm Mountain Resort & Spa
    • Palm Mountain Resort & Spa
    • Palm Mountain Resort & Spa
    • Palm Mountain Resort & Spa