June is off-season in Palm Springs, because it’s VERY HOT. It’s a dry heat, and I actually enjoy it, but it will be over 100 many if not all of the days in June. Hotels from May-October are much cheaper. Below are some links to my favorite hotels in the area, with off-season prices and a brief description of amenities. From hipster to humble, Palm Springs offers a wide variety of options.
The Avalon Hotel & Bungalows has arranged a special rate for us:
Room Tax: 14.6%. A nightly taxable resort fee of $35 (reduced to $25) per room per night will be added per room. Resort fee includes: High Speed WIFI throughout the Resort, Unlimited Local Telephone Calls, 24-Hour Access to Wellness Center, use of Resort Bicycles, Access to Three Outdoor Pools and Two Large Jacuzzis and Overnight Valet Parking.
The Parker is the swankiest of swanky hotels. Beautiful, but do be beware that a breakfast burrito might set you back about 20 bucks. Whoa. www.parkerpalmsprings.com
Omni Rancho Las Palmas is a full-service resort, salon and spa in Rancho Mirage. I’ve had every single spa treatment offered there, and the spa has a wet and dry sauna, a private pool, and a Jacuzzi. www.omnihotels.com
ARRIVE is the newest hotel in Palm Springs proper. Highlights include a beautiful restaurant and a yummy ice cream bar. www.arrivehotels.com
The Ace Hotel and Swim Club is hipster, simple, and fun. It’s a bit of a scene around the pool, but if you’re into that and chilled cans of wine in your room, you’ll love it. www.acehotel.com