The newest hotels in Palm Springs

Chic new places to stay and relax

Posted By: Erin Lawrence Monday, May 08, 2017

ArriveThere are innumerable places to stay in Palm Springs. Whether your preference is for a huge resort experience with tonnes of amenities, or you prefer a small family-run place with only twenty rooms, you can find your oasis in Palm Springs.


Though some might think Palm Springs is saturated with hotels, recently some new places have opened, providing diverse experiences for visitors. That just goes to show, because of Palm Springs popularity as a tourist destination, there’s always room for more when it comes to visitors — and places for them to lay their heads.


Arrive Hotel


This stunning hotel property is comprised of nine buildings that somehow all work together to feel like one gorgeous unified space. Recently opened on North Palm Canyon Drive this new build it fits right into the area, thanks in part to its public areas like retail space and restaurants that face the sidewalk, making the whole hotel feel accessible.


Built around a central pool courtyard, the modern design encompasses plenty of wood and metal so it feels cool and modern.


The restaurants on site include Reservoir, which features cocktails and a view over the pool area, as well as the hip new Draughtsman.

Arrive Hotel - 1551 North Palm Canyon Drive



Holiday HouseHoliday House

If you like to stay small, Holiday House is a 28-room boutique hotel now open in downtown Palm Springs. The hotel property actually dates back to 1951, and has undergone an extensive re-work and modernization. With no TVs in the rooms the hotel is all about relaxing and unplugging and having conversations.  The design of the hotel is meant to be communal, and guests are encouraged to hang out in the common spaces and get to know their neighbours.


Guests can also enjoy The Pantry, where “classic, simple Americana fare” plus cocktails and drinks are available through the day.

Holiday House - 200 W Arenas Rd



La Serena Villas

If you’re looking for a hotel that feel small but looks expansive, Las Sirenas Villas may be the place for you. 

Originally built in 1933 and redeveloped in 2016, this historic property sits on over an acre of landscaped grounds in the heart of downtown Palm Springs, and you’re still within walking distance to Palm Canyon Drive.

With just 18 rooms, the secluded private villas in the hotel each have a private patio with a claw foot tub, fire-pit, and built in benches. A restaurant and bar opens July 1st, 2017.

La Serena Villas -339 South Belardo Road



Bonus pick: Andaz (opening in 2018)

Slated to open its doors in 2018, Andaz Palm Springs hotel is aiming for a sophisticated urban resort experience. Owned by Hyatt Hotels this 150-room Palm Springs luxury complex will be located in the heart of downtown, near the Uptown Design District.

Plans show the hotel has been conceived as a collection of small buildings and guest room bungalows surrounding not one but two outdoor pools plus garden areas and an elevated patio terrace, so expect panoramic views of the majestic San Jacinto Mountains and city.  

Enjoy the service and amenities at one of Palm Springs many hotels; whether you choose long-standing and established places, or you’d like to see what’s new, you’re sure to enjoy your visit to gorgeous Palm Springs.




  • Friday, November 17, 2017 08:34 AM
    Looking for accomodation, new, sound proof, in Palm Springs area

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