The room was fairly nice and updated. The bed, on the other hand, was broken. Unfortunately, we found this out on the last day of our trip. As we were leaving and doing our sweep for items while packing, I was looking under the bed and found the box springs were broken and out of the frame. This explained a lot. Spoke with management about it and they stated they would have maintenance repair it immediately. The pool was nice and expected. The included breakfast was extremely lacking especially healthy items. Most of the items were just carbs except for the overcooked hard boiled eggs. We ended up ordering and paying for breakfast. Overall the hotel was really nice. It just was not represented in their breakfast.
Traveller from Redondo Beach, CA
Built by Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz as an exclusive desert getaway, this serene hotel overlooks lush fairways in the shadow …More
Our AC unit at home failed, it was about 117 degrees Fahrenheit. We needed a place to stay that was close to our home. The price that was offered was very reasonable. Staff was friendly.
We would recommend staying here to our friends and family.
Situated in Indio, this golf condo is within a 15-minute walk of Indian Palms Country Club and John F. Kennedy Memorial …More
Upon arriving we were professionally greeted and treated. I was surprised about the size of the facility. It also has a very nice pool and patio , and the room rates are extremely affordable. Overall it was a very nice stay and my wife and I plan to stay there twice a month. Thanks Expedia.
Traveller from Duarte, Ca.
Located in the heart of Indio, this motel is within a 15-minute walk of Riverside County Fairgrounds and Coachella Valley …More
Pocket Guide: California South Entrance Joshua Tree Hotels
Located at Cottonwood Spring, Joshua Tree National Park's south entrance offers the year-round Cottonwood Visitor Center. Cottonwood Spring is the starting point for a number of hiking trails, including those to Mastodon Peak and Lost Palms Oasis. The Cottonwood Spring Oasis, a result of earthquake activity, was used for centuries by Cahuilla Indians, who left behind bedrock mortars and clay pots.