- Reviews: 127
Westin Mission Hills: Fancy resort with lots to do
We love this place. It's pricey but really nice. There is a hotel and also timeshares here. Really well kept and nicely landscaped, with two great restaurants, nice pools, tennis and golf. there is a spa on the grounds but I have not used it.
Just plain nice!
- Reviews: 955
Marriott Desert Springs: A Desert Oasis
I was here for a business conference.
The Marriott's Desert Springs resort is truly breathtaking. It balances the experience of a lively resort (lots of restaurants, pools, golf) with the tranquility and healing powers of the desert and mountains. The resort has been included on 100 Best Spas of the World list for many years.
- Reviews: 497
Rancho Las Palmas Marriott Resort & Spa: Rancho Las Palmas Marriott Resort & Spa
Beautiful place with a great golf course! Perfectly landscaped lawns, both on and off the golf course. The minute you step foot inside the main gate, you feel much calmer at the slower pace of life here. We stayed in the Presidential suite which was enormous and very elegant!
There are pools and a great little lake. Golf course, tennis courts, spa, etc, etc..... It has everything that a "typical" resort hotel has.
- Reviews: 1
MONTE VISTA HOTEL: MONTE VISTA HOTEL
FOR ALL THEIR ACCOMODATIONS AND AMENITIES... $20.00 A NIGHT. PLUS A GRADE BOARD FROM HEALTH DEPARTMENT IN THEIR DOOR WHEN YOU TRY TO CHECK IN... OUR RATINGS FOR THIS... GRADE 'F' - AS IN FAILED!!!
FILTHY BATHROOMS, NO TRASHCAN, LEAKY TOILETS, LOUD AIRCONDITIONER THAT WON'T LET YOU SLEEP, LOUSY ROOM SERVICE, NO SHAMPOO OR CONDITIONER BUT ONE OPENED SOAP TO WELCOME YOU!!! PRICE FOR $90.00 a NIGHT IS TOTALLY NOT WORTH IT!!! PLUS A BONUS OF 'LYSOL' COLOGNE WHEN YOU CHECK IN...
- Reviews: 194
Palm Springs Inn: Not the best place we've stayed in..
This hotel was one of the first ones we passed as we was driving along, so we decided to stop here after a 10 hour flight and then 3 hours of driving. We got the room for dirt cheap - and let's just say you get what you pay for. The room had a fair few dead cockroaches around, cigarette burns in the bed sheets, toilet was broke, wouldn't fill after the flush. The shower was about the only decent thing going in there. The door into the room looked like it had been broken into God knows how many times, so didn't look the safest either.
The pool looked like it hadn't been cleaned in about 5 years, the hotel itself was generally clean outside though.
On the plus side, the small old Indian man who owned the hotel was very kind and was very helpful for us too regarding the areas as it was out first night there. Give credit where it's due there.
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