24 Hours at the Parker Palm Springs

For our last night in Palm Springs we decided to switch it up and I’m SO glad we did. The Saguaro was beautiful, but the Parker Palm Springs… best. place. ever. In 2003 it was purchased by hotelier Jack Parker, who hired designer Jonathan Adler to give the space a $27-million facelift. The property re-opened in 2004 as Le Parker Méridien, or Parker Palm Springs as it is better known.

From the moment we drove up it was like being whisked away into a tropical fairy tail of secret gardens. Such a unique and eclectic ambiance that is hard to describe. We relaxed in our amazing room for a while before heading out to the pool and for drinks at their outdoor cafe, The Lemonade Stand. Right before sunset we went back to the room to change and have some pre dinner drinks in our hammock! On our way to dinner, we explored some of the 13-acre property, including fire pits, desert gardens and croquet courts. We were bummed that Mister Parker’s was closed the night we were there but Norma’s, the other restaurant at the Parker did not disappoint! We ended up making friends with the table next to us and had a great early night since our flight was the next morning! If you head to Palm Springs, I recommend checking out the Parker Palm Springs or having dinner there, even if you don’t book a room!

The Parker Palm Springs

The Parker Palm Springs

The Parker Palm Springs

The Parker Palm Springs

The Parker Palm Springs

The Parker Palm Springs

The Parker Palm Springs

The Parker Palm Springs

The Parker Palm Springs

The Parker Palm Springs

The Parker Palm Springs

The Parker Palm Springs

The Parker Palm Springs

The Parker Palm Springs

The Parker Palm Springs

The Parker Palm Springs

The Parker Palm Springs

The Parker Palm Springs

The Parker Palm Springs

Parker Palm Springs

The Parker Palm Springs

The Parker Palm Springs

The Parker Palm Springs

The Parker Palm Springs

The Parker Palm Springs

The Parker Palm Springs

The Parker Palm Springs

A HUGE thanks to Parker Palm Springs for hooking us up with a room discount and upgrade! I can’t believe we almost didn’t stay here! Although we received a discount, all opinions are my own, I absolutely adore the Parker Palm Springs!

Next up will be photos from our architecture tour, Mount San Jacinto State Park and some of our other favorites from the trip! In the meantime you can check out ACE Hotel & King’s Highway Diner, Salvation Mountain, The Saguaro and our instagrams here.


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Comments

  1. Love your swimsuit/ and how you paired it with the high-waisted skirt for a sexy day to evening look. Where is your bikini top from?

    Great inspiration and glad you had a relaxing trip. I love Palm Springs.

    • Thanks Michelle, it is actually my sisters and she added the gold ‘rings’ to a solid black ruffled bandeau suit, not sure where she got it from though!

  2. Stunning photos, of an amazing place! You look like you were made for this hotel Ciera. I’d love to visit Palm Springs, every time I see someone post about it I get jealous ;). Can’t wait to see more.

  3. It looks amazing, I love the retro feel and those fun sun umbrellas around the pool!

  4. Oh my God!
    This place is just dreamy!

  5. Ciera I just love you. That is all.

  6. I’m adding both places to my must-see list. There are so many cool spots in Palm Springs. Glad you had fun. :)
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  7. I miss that place already!!!

  8. Nice pictures, By the way you look sexy standing in that door.

  9. I’ve never been but it looks beautiful.

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