The Saguaro Palm Springs Coupons and Deals
Reminiscent in its design of Palm Springs' heyday as Hollywood's desert playground, the Saguaro is located in the heart of bustling downtown.
4-Star Palm Springs Hotel with Upscale Restaurants Onsite Bright splashes of lime green, coral, and fuchsia cover nearly every surface at The Saguaro Palm Springs. The hotel's grounds and interiors showcase the entire spectrum of color, from orange-sherbet pool umbrellas to pistachio furniture and rainbow-striped bedspreads. The architects say they drew inspiration for this color palette from the 12 native desert wildflowers, which have vibrant hues. The hotel—renovated this past February—exudes a modern, funky vibe that's garnered the attention of the Los Angeles Times Magazine, the New York Times, and Condé Nast Traveler. Chef Jose Garces, a winner of the prestigious James Beard Award and Food Network's Iron Chef competition, lends his culinary know-how and gold-plated whisks to the Saguaro's two onsite restaurants. Tinto specializes in Spanish fare from the Basque region, with a variety of tapas—known as pintxos—including duck confit canapé with serrano ham and black cherries. El Jefe, a poolside bar and restaurant, celebrates the cuisine of Mexico City with a premium tequila bar and small plates, including Garces's signature tacos stuffed with short ribs, goat, or crispy fish. Pool-view rooms overlook the courtyard, where cabanas and fire pits surround the pool. You can keep up your exercise regimen with daily yoga classes or hop on a treadmill at the expansive fitness center. When you're ready to go out, The Saguaro Palm Springs offers free shuttle service to downtown. Palm Springs, California: SoCal Ease Meets Classic Hollywood Glamour Surrounded by a rugged desert landscape that looks like the face of a distant planet, Palm Springs is an oasis of luxury spas and midcentury Hollywood glamour. Once the stomping grounds of Frank Sinatra and the Rat Pack, the sun-splashed resort town became home base for the desert modernism movement in architecture. You can take guided tours of homes and other notable buildings year-round. If you’re feeling adventurous, grab a map of the area’s midcentury-modern landmarks at the Palm Springs Official Visitors Center, which is housed in an iconic building—the retro-futuristic Tramway Gas Station designed by Albert Frey. The Uptown Design District is centrally located between the glitzy Movie Colony and the architectural mecca of Las Palmas, making it easy to tour by foot. Palm Canyon Drive, the main drag, is lined with furniture and fashion boutiques featuring Palm Springs's trademark midcentury-modern aesthetic; the buildings look like they would fit in on Mad Men if it had taken place in the West. Nearby, the small but impressively curated Palm Springs Art Museum features works by Picasso and Rauschenberg along with significant contemporary and Native American collections. Read the Fine Print for important info on travel dates and other restrictions.
"A nouveau-Rat Pack oasis on the desert floor of California's Coachella Valley ... Palm Springs draws both the country-club set and the design-obsessed," says Travel + Leisure. See and be seen with this exclusively negotiated getaway that knocks 55% off regular rates. Settle into an upgraded Pool View room and sip on two welcome craft cocktails at the hip Saguaro Hotel for $99 per night.Taking color cues from the area's blossoming flora, this 4-star hotel is alive with vibrant designs. Guest rooms open to furnished balconies or patios, perfect for taking in the picturesque mountain views and cool desert air. The hotel boasts two on-site restaurants – Tinto and El Jefe -- which were helmed by "Iron Chef" alum and James Beard "Best Chef" award winner Jose Garces. The Saguaro Spa provides massage and body treatments tailored for melting the stress away.Upscale restaurants, high-end shops and nightlife await visitors in downtown Palm Springs, less than two miles from the resort.Terms and ConditionsOnce the room is reserved with the hotel, hotel cancellation policy prevails, and cancellations or changes must be made 7 days prior to arrival. Hotel-imposed penalties may apply. Any unused promotional value credit will be forfeited upon checkout. This price is based on two adults per room. Additional adults are $10 per adult per night. Up to 2 children 17 years of age and younger are free in a room with 2 queen beds when accompanied by an adult. Roll-away bed fees are extra. Parking is complimentary. A resort fee of $18 per night is not included and will be paid directly to the hotel. This fee covers secure self parking, wireless Internet access, daily yoga, fitness access, pet fee, bicycle rental, aqua fit, daily newspaper and hotel courtesy van to/from airport and downtown Palm Springs. This hotel is pet-friendly. Please click here to review the hotel’s pet policy. This deal cannot be combined with other offers. Purchase multiple vouchers to stay multiple nights. Taxes and gratuity, if applicable, are additional. Voucher must be used in 1 visit. Must be of legal drinking age to consume alcohol.View Deal
The Technicolor palette decking the walls of The Saguaro Palm Springs—a stark contrast to the dark and menacing San Jacinto Mountains behind it—is an apt welcome to Southern California's favorite getaway town. After all, it's wildflower season in this desert city less than two hours east of Los Angeles, and The Saguaro, which opened in February, pays homage to those very blooms with its vivid rainbow of reds, greens, blues, yellows, purples, and pinks—12 shades total—that are splashed throughout the hotel. Let the sunshine in with this week's Escape: a one-night stay for two in a Pool View King or Two Queen Room, Sundays through Thursdays ($72) or Fridays and Saturdays ($102) between June 1 and September 15, or Sundays through Thursdays between April 3 and May 31 ($109). Also apt: The trend-setting hospitality group that owns the 245-room hotel. Joie de Vivre translates as "the joy of living," and what a joy it is at The Saguaro. Check in to your second- or third-floor guest room, with views of the pool and courtyard, and soak up 275 square feet of sunny, chic accommodation. Each room is appointed with a king or two queen beds, a sitting area with flat-screen TV, a work station, handcrafted Mexican furniture, and luxury bath products and linens. Go for a dip in the Olympic-size pool, lined with canary-yellow chaises and mature palm trees. It's the centerpiece of this design-forward enclave in the desert, and it's bustling with sun gods and goddesses, especially with the full bar that's propped up poolside. At night, join under-the-stars revelry around the fire pit. But not before you indulge in dinner. At the helm of Tinto, the on-site restaurant, Chef Jose Garces has assembled a shining menu of Basque-style pinxtos. Like tapas, pintxos are served in small portions, and the Iron Chef's menu includes the likes of lamb-loin brochetas with bacon and sherry jus, and truffled chestnut soup with duck and mushroom hash. The wine list, a fitting tribute to the appellations of Northern Spain and Southern France, is equally tantalizing, with about a dozen wines by the glass, 50-plus by the bottle, and a handful of cocktails, to boot. The desert may be dry, but this vivid new addition to the Palm Springs scene is anything but. Jump in, make a splash, and celebrate the colors and flavors of spring with this week's Escape.
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