Miramonte Resort Offers Spacious Suite Rich With Luxury

Presidential Suite is perfect for visitors seeking that ultimate stay to a getaway for locals



The Presidential suite covers more than 1,000 square feet and offers a host of amenities to make it a home away from home.

courtesy of Miramonte Resort and Spa

Getting away from it all means finding a place that gives you space.

That shouldn’t be a problem at the Miramonte Resort and Spa in Indian Wells.

The Indian Wells resort offers its 1,000 square foot-plus Presidential Suite as a getaway choice for visitors looking for that hotel room that can enhance their trip to the desert to local residents seeking some pampering from the norm.

The suite often attracts “a diverse collection of celebrities, politicians and business leaders,” according to James Pedone, regional director of sales and marketing at Miramonte Resort.

“We once supplied 10 dozen roses and our most expensive champagne for a planned romantic weekend, but we can’t mention specifics without compromising the confidentiality of our guests, however it would certainly make you blush,” Pedone says.

For $1,500 to $2,000 per night, guests are treated to a private balcony and views that overlook the resort’s signature pool and both the San Jacinto and Santa Rosa Mountain ranges.

In keeping with the Mediterranean ambiance present throughout the hotel property, the suite’s design and décor has a classic Italian style and incorporates rich chocolate and terra cotta color accents.

Resembling something akin to a large apartment, the suite has a master bedroom/bath, living room area, library, and a separate guest powder room.

The master bedroom (pictured right) has its own flat screen TV and boasts the Miramonte’s King size “Signature Desert Dream Bed” with inviting over stuffed pillows. There are also upgraded bath amenities such as an elevated Jacuzzi tub, skylight and television of its own.

The dining area seats eight comfortably, and the living room offers a wet bar, flat screen TV, and Bose speakers for both relaxing and entertaining.

The real distinction is “the personalized attention that make our guests feel at home,” Pedone says. “While it’s quite common to get a shopping list of guest needs, we cater to our guest’s individual preferences, such as stocking a favorite perfume, selected books, or providing a personalized music play list.”

He adds, “Our Executive Chef will also personalize room service menus to accommodate our guests diverse culinary tastes.”

Miramonte Resort’s executive team handles booking arrangements with assistance from their in-house VIP coordinator.

Miramonte Resort & Spa, 45000 Indian Wells Lane, Indian Wells,  (760) 341-2200, www.miramonteresort.com

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