you come for the sun, the air, the spas, the style or the natural
beauty, there's an undeniable appeal to this oasis of desert modern
in the Coachella Valley--the Saguaro Palm Springs...a Joie de
Now there's a new place to lay your head while soaking it all
up. The newly opened Saguaro (brilliantly renovated and reimagined
by architects Peter Stamberg and Paul Aferiat) brings with it
elevated design, delicious food and simple comfort. If you ever
needed another reason to escape here, you have one now.
The brilliant colors of desert wildflowers now adorn each balcony
and patio and anchor the guestrooms, while also enlivening the
indoor and outdoor public spaces. The color set follows the light
spectrum, which in turn creates different perspectives of the
hotel according to the time of day.
are certain standards by which a visit to Palm Springs is judged.
Such as pool time and the scenery that goes with it, the quality
of architecture and design, and perhaps most importantly, the
ability to enjoy the desert landscape and air, preferably with
cocktail in hand. By all accounts, the Saguaro has you more than
Bright. Light. Colorful. The rooms at the Saguaro immerse you
in the desert resort experience that is Palm Springs. Choose your
view — mountain, garden courtyard with pool, or city lights.
Nearly every room has a balcony or patio and is accented inside
and out by the brilliant color of a native Mojave wildflower,
creating a visual spectrum of light throughout the grounds. No
one perspective is the same.
Guestrooms offer at least 275 square feet of living space and
include sitting areas, work stations, hand-crafted, imported Mexican
furniture, as well as luxury bath products and linens. The brilliant,
desert-inspired color scheme is shared by your indoor and outdoor
space and adds to your experience. Feel free to request a color
depending on your mood.