The resort was pleasant with lovely rooms, quaint public spaces and an interesting history. Prices were good out of season; however the weather was a downside (104 degrees). The staff was attentive and seemed well trained. There are studio rooms and much larger multi-bedroom casitas spread throughout the 43 acre property. The restaurant served good food with daily specials. Seven dollar store wines for $45 a bottle seemed a little out of line.
Borrego Springs is an out of the way desert town with very little to do. Borrego hasn't changed much in many years. If you want peace and quiet this is the spot, if you want restaurants, entertainment options, shopping, recreation, you should try Palm Springs or Scottsdale for similar weather and many more options. Perhaps the winter season would offer a livelier experience and much better weather. We'll try again next winter. If you are a golfer Rams Hill is a world class course less than a mile from the resort.
Traveller from San Diego
Set in Borrego Springs, this family-friendly resort is within 9 mi (15 km) of RoadRunner Golf & Country Club, Anza Borrego …More
It was really nice and clean, that only problem was when people were coming in and out of the pool it was really wet by the elevator i didn't like that, i had a accident there and they didn't do nothing ask me if i was ok
Located in Civic Center, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Plaza de Toros Calafia, Sol Children's Museum, and Vicente …More
Everything was good about the Hotel, however the carpet is the room was extremely dirty or stained. We walked barefoot in the room and the bottom of our feet would be black in minutes. We stayed in room 107 and I would recommend the Hotel clean the carpets.
Traveller from Yuma
Situated in Yuma, this hotel is within 6 mi (10 km) of Marine Corp Air Station Yuma, Arizona Historical Society Sanguinetti …More