Palm Springs continues to be a hot spot for weekend getaways and covetable, weeklong vacations thanks to its close proximity to Los Angeles. Just recently, the new ARRIVE hotel landed on the scene with its cozy desert vibe settling perfectly into the neighborhood with its restaurant, coffee shop, and ice cream shop that share property with its 32 rooms. With projects built up and down the west coast, Chris Pardo, the hotel’s busy designer, as well as co-founder, knew exactly what he wanted since he was his own client.
The hotel’s property houses nine buildings with profiles that mimic the surrounding mountain ridges, while also giving nod to mid-century architecture, something Palm Springs is well known for.
The relaxed vibe is steered through the use of a natural palette of rusted steel, wood, and concrete, with the occasional use of color. The project was designed with a focus on energy efficiency and sustainability.
The outdoor space for guests is centered around a pool with plenty of other areas to kick back and relax. The hotel wraps around the courtyard, with its retail and restaurant spaces lining the street bringing a welcome presence to the neighborhood.
Arrive aims to give its guests a local experience with everything Palm Springs has to offer – plenty of poolside sun-worshipping, modern Southern California cuisine at their Reservoir restaurant, and nights by the pool and fire pits.
The smartly designed guest rooms come with outlets for charging all your devices right where you need them. The tech-savvy hotel also lets you check-in at the bar and the hotel interacts with you via text message – super easy. Need room service? Housekeeping? Send a text.
What: ARRIVE Hotel
Where: 1551 N Palm Canyon Drive, Palm Springs, California 92262
How much? Rooms start at approx. $199 per night depending on the season
Highlights: A focus on outdoor, poolside relaxation a courtyard pool, along with bocce courts, ping pong tables, and fire pits.
Design draw: A relaxed vibe with the use of a natural palette of rusted steel, wood, and concrete, with the occasional use of color.
Book it: Visit their site or email them [email protected]
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