I absolutely LOVED this hotel. Besides it being an absolutely gorgeous resort, the staff was... See full review
May 13, 2013
Very Nice, but has some issues (sewer smell and bugs)
The hotel was wonderful for the most part, beautiful grounds and pretty good (if not pricey) food.... See full review
Aug 19, 2013
Set amidst palm trees and landscaped gardens, Le Parker Meridien Palm Springs is an oasis set in the majestic desert. Pioneered by Hollywood stars from the 1930s to 1970s, Palm Springs remains a major cultural hub with iconic architecture and stimulating artistic venues. The guest rooms and private villas reflect the hotel's unique topography in one of the world's most scenic deserts. The hotel is just a short distance from some of the celebrated sites of Palm Springs, including the Agua Caliente Indian Canyons and the Palm Springs Desert Museum.
The hotel features five conference rooms and 11,000 square feet of meeting space designed to host an array of events. With two indoor and two outdoor pools, clay tennis courts, and Pilates and yoga classes, Le Parker Méridien Palm Springs is ideal for the active guest. The hotel's Palm Springs Yacht Club offers massages, hydrotherapy treatments, and other spa services.
Los Angeles International Airport, (LAX), 110.00, MI; LA/Ontario International Airport, (ONT), 66.00, MI; Palm Springs International Airport, (PSP), 2.00, MI; San Diego International Airport, (SAN), 84.00, MI;
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The Parker Palm Springs was like stepping back in time. When you arrive at the place it looks like a palace. They park by valet only and then whisk you through the two story tall orange door into the lobby. The lobby is decorated with flokati
rugs, suits of armor, blown glass, and just about every kitschy item you can imagine. Their employees are polite and attentive. The PSYC (the spa onsite) is amazing. It is very pricy (a 1 hour massage is about triple what other places charge) but worth every penny for the luxurious experience. There are indoor saltwater pools, saunas, two outside pools and a fantastic lemonade stand. The rooms feel like you're staying at grandmas house, but with modern conveniences. There is a DVD player hidden in the dresser, a mini-fridge under the bathroom cabinets, and free-wifi throughout the hotel. At turn-down they pull out a his & hers bear skin rug so your feet wont get cold. I would definitely stay here again.
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Review of Le Parker Meridien Palm Springs
Would not recommend
Confused in California
Jul 13, 2009
Completely confused in California
I was looking for a relaxing hotel the night before moving to Palm Springs. But the hotel decor is so schizophrenic, I felt on edge. The food was fantastic but charged $18 for a club sandwich. And the TV was so archaic you couldn't find this
model in the stores. I also read about the fantastic bathroom amenities, but the tub was generic and there was no bubble bath (not even for sale).