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The Viceroy Palm Springs

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At a Glance

    Pros

  • poolside cabanas
  • complimentary fitness classes
  • celebrity clientele

    Cons

  • uneven service
  • popular wedding site

Fodorite Reviews

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The Viceroy Palm Springs Review

Stepping into the Viceroy you're greeted with a bright, sunny white-and-yellow ambience, reminiscent of a sun-filled desert day. Guest rooms for two and villas for three or more (some with fireplaces and private patios) are spread out over four tree-shaded acres, where secluded nooks and blue-and-white-striped cabanas beg chic bikini-clad guests to hole up with a good book and a glass of the inn's delicious iced tea. The tranquil inn, just a short walk from Palm Canyon Drive, is home to the stylish eatery Citron ($$$), where you can dine indoors or poolside on perfectly prepared comfort food. Pet-lovers note: the inn is canine friendly. The on-site Estrella Spa is one of the most luxurious in Palm Springs.

    Hotel Details

  • 67 rooms, 12 villas.
  • Rate includes no meals.
  • Credit cards accepted.
Updated: 05-21-2013

Fodorite Reviews

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    Quintessential Mid-Century Modern Palm Springs Hotel!

    My partner and I absolutely find the Viceroy Palm Springs magical. The lobby is small but the decor creates such a welcoming and luxurious space. Their rooms facing the pool and terrific because you really feel a part of all the action at the restaurant and bar. Great place for a weekend getaway or celebratory occasion. You must also check out the villas!

    by haovis, 9/24/12

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