Two Palm Springs hotels have recently undergone massive makeovers, debuting their new looks just in time for spring travelers to enjoy renovated rooms and envious pools.
The Hilton's renovated rooms embrace Palm Springs' modern flair — Photo courtesy of Hilton Palm Springs
The Hilton Palm Springs finished its mult-imillion dollar renovation early this year, filling its rooms with contemporary designs, fun touches of color and custom-made furniture and decor. The pool area, already notable as one of the largest in the city, stepped up its game during the redesign, now offering an air-conditioned lounge and bar. Plus, 3 poolside cabanas – equipped with TVs, refrigerators and safes – make it easy to lounge by the pool all afternoon.
The property's redesign comes just in time for the Hilton Palm Springs to host the annual Dinah Shore Weekend, one of the largest lesbian festivals and music parties in the world. The five-day event takes place from April 3-7 this year, and the festivities will take ample advantage of the Hilton's newly renovated public areas, including events like pool parties, a film festival and a celebrity dodgeball tournament.
The updated pool area at The Curve — Photo courtesy of The Curve
Another Palm Springs hotel not only underwent a renovation, but is also debuting an entirely new brand and concept. The former Travelodge on East Palm Canyon is now The Curve Palm Springs, shifting its perception from chain hotel to boutique Palm Springs property. The Curve invites guests to "step into the fun," flaunting retro aesthetics and a lively, contemporary atmosphere. The recent redesign was so notable that it was even featured on the Travel Channel's "Hotel Impossible."