Parker Palm Springs

Parker Palm Springs guests can expect to enjoy a high level of comfort and a fine assortment of amenities. This is especially true for those who book one of the twelve private villas. The villa rentals at Le Parker Meridien Palm Springs Hotel are akin to vacation rentals in many ways, as they feature full kitchens and a variety of other perks that add to the home-away-from-home appeal. If you can't quite swing the lofty rates that the villas command, the Parker Palm Springs offers a variety of room choices, the most affordable of which are the standard rooms. These rooms offer more than enough amenities for most travelers, and should you pay the extra resort fee, you can also enjoy the hotel's numerous facilities.

The Parker Palm Springs hotel enjoys a lovely landscaped setting, its grounds accentuated by high-rising palm trees. Just ten minutes by car to the north is downtown Palm Springs, and many great area attractions are also within easy reach, including the Palm Springs Desert Museum and the Indian Canyons. When Le Parker Meridien Palm Springs Hotel guests aren't venturing downtown or sightseeing, they can stay busy any number of ways back at the hotel itself. Five conference rooms figure among the facilities, as do 11,000 square feet of meeting space. On the more fun and relaxing side of things, clay tennis courts, four swimming pools, and a divine 16,500-square-foot spa are just some of the facility highlights, and two excellent restaurants are in place to serve your dining needs.

In addition to taking advantage of these facilities, guests at the Parker Palm Springs can also fit a workout in at the fitness center, relax in a hot tub, use the steam and sauna rooms, and play some croquet. Teeing it up for a round of golf on the course where President Dwight D. Eisenhower scored his only hole in one is also an option for things to do during a stay at the Le Parker Meridien Palm Springs Hotel. This golf course, which belongs to the private Seven Lakes Country Club, is right next door to the hotel, and guests are welcome to access it. Added fees apply if you want to golf, and it is important to note that both spa services and use of the overall hotel facilities also come with a fee. The resort fee is the fee that applies to the general resort facilities.

No discussion about the upscale Le Meridien Palm Springs Hotel would be complete without going into more detail about the rooms, suites, and villas. The room categories include standard rooms and deluxe rooms, and you can choose a room with a view of the pool and/or a balcony. A half dozen junior suites offer added space, and if you really want extra room, the twelve villas or the even larger Gene Autry House are the way to go. Bright, cheery, comfortable, and cozy, each guest unit features cable TV, on demand movies, a DVD player, a mini bar, high-speed Internet access, bathrobes, a hair dryer, deluxe bath products, and an electronic safe, among other things. In the two-bedroom villas, a full kitchen isn't the only added perk. A wet bar, an extra bathroom, and a private patio are also at your disposal, as is true if you book the Gene Autry house.

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