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The Parker Palm Springs

The Parker Palm Springs

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1648 Reviews

Exquisite styling at this Palm Springs resort

Set in acres of beautifully landscaped gardens, this upmarket resort offers guests charming boutique accommodations, plentiful facilities and a great location just a short drive from the Palm Springs centre. Try your hand at croquet on a delightful lawn, test your best serve on the tennis courts and relax with a spa treatment at the lavish and stylish spa centre. Plus, with five-star dining at Norma’s and a relaxed resort vibe, this is the ideal base for a delightfully indulgent break.

  • Head to the spa for a treatment in lavish surroundings
  • Fashionable boutique styling throughout
  • Sample delicious food at Norma’s
  • Enjoy a sedate game of croquet or practice your serve in the tennis courts
  • Look forward to a location between Palm Springs and Cathedral City

Hotel Features

Hotel Category

Luxury
  • Check-in Time:
    03:00
  • Check-out Time:
    11:00
  • 0 rooms
  • Floors have lift access: Yes

Board Basis Options

  • Room Only
Location Highlights

The Parker Palm Springs

1648 Reviews 76% of travellers recommended this hotel

Traveller ratings

  • Excellent 857
  • Very Good 362
  • Average 169
  • Poor 124
  • Terrible 136

What to Expect

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  • Sleep Quality
  • Rooms
  • Service
  • Value
  • Cleanliness

Reviews

May 19, 2018

An honest review of an over rated spot

Nanoose Bay, Canada

We arrived and we're underwhelmed immediately. The check in staff were rude and unhelpful. Bellman as well. Our room wasn't ready until 4:30pm, and when we got to it, we were very disappointed. The room was supposed to be their deluxe garden view. There is literally nothing "deluxe" about it. Bathroom fan didn't work, the doors fit so poorly you can hear a conversation in the hallway clearly. The bed is responsibly comfortable. Luckily the grounds are beautiful enough that you're not spending much time in your room, but for the money you are spending, it's incredibly disappointing. The grounds and pool are the real highlight, as well as the wine bar counter reformation. But for a hotel that's charging well over $500 a night, they should really look at updating the rooms quality. I can promise for our next stay to PS we will be at the Ritz.
May 15, 2018

Incredibly overpriced

San Francisco, California

The Parker Palm Springs hotel was the perfect example of unnecessary luxury while lacking the basics. We ended up paying over $550/night with taxes & fees. The rooms are very average and nowhere close what you would expect for that price. The primary purpose of a hotel room is being able to sleep, and unfortunately the rooms are very noisy, with the main hallway basically overlooking the bar in the lobby. The pool is amazing and a blessing in the Palm Springs heat, but while we were there, the chairs started to fill up at 9:30am after which you either have to sit on the floor or put your name on a waitlist, while you try to order a $18 cocktail. Complimentary parking is another example of high-end services that simply didn’t work for us. We were told to call in the front desk every time we want to have our car pulled over. We did, 4 times, and every time nothing happened. We’d wait 5-10 minutes in the sun until we grabbed someone and they confirmed that they didn’t receive the request from the front desk or got confused by it. The fifth and last time, I simply gave our valet ticket in person, but after another 10 minutes I was informed that someone had mistakenly gotten us a new number so I had to look at all the keys and point at mine. Maybe we were simply unlucky… On the plus side, the park is amazing, great petanque court, the spa is amazing and staff incredibly friendly & accommodating. We didn’t have to open a door once in a 3 day stay. I simply would have preferred to have to open doors but have a better experience on some of the points I mentioned above.
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