Hotel Kitchenettes Exude That Home Away From Home Feel

Palm Springs offers travelers a variety of options

Nicole Bowen Hotels & Resorts 0 Comments

 

Choosing a hotel with a kitchen or kitchenette means spending less money eating out, having snacks available for poolside afternoons, and entertaining friends in the comfort of your home away from home.

Fortunately for Palm Springs travelers, there is no shortage of charming accommodations offering this unique amenity. Options range from luxurious private homes to historic adobes and midcentury hotels.

 

Korakia Pensione

Korakia’s zen, Mediterranean meets Moroccan design appeals to couples looking to disconnect from the day to day. The Orchard House, a historic adobe, provides a full kitchen, a private dining room, 2 fireplaces, and private outdoor rock jacuzzi. If price is an issue, check out Korakia’s numerous suites and bungalows that offer smaller kitchenettes with all the same stunning amenities (think nightly vintage movies and Sunday yoga).

 

Tuscany Manor

This small, 24 room courtyard style hotel is located on the edge of “Little Tuscany Estates” in North Palm Springs. Each room offers a full kitchen and 1 or 2 bedrooms with French doors opening onto the central courtyard and pool space. BBQs are available for guests looking to grill poolside and a shuffleboard court beckons players of all ages. Tuscany Manor also offers a select number of Pet Friendly suites.

“Families have been enjoying the relaxed, comfortable and intimate atmosphere of Tuscany Manor for 50 years.” shares new General Manager Chris Cline. “I hear the same refrain of warm memories from so many different guests who stayed here as a child, and now enjoy bringing their own children to visit. Our hotel, with its suites and full kitchens, is a perfect setting to recreate the days of families playing card games and shuffleboard together while watching their kids play Marco Polo in the pool.”

 

Casa Cody

Rich in history and definitely not lacking on the charm, Casa Cody boasts kitchenettes in most rooms. The oldest operating hotel in Palm Springs was built by the sister of Buffalo Bill Cody and opened in the 1920s. Today, guests are treated to a relaxing atmosphere in the historic Tennis Club neighborhood, multiple pools, and daily continental style breakfast amid lush grounds. Casa Cody is a favorite of travelers looking for a home base on their long stays in the Coachella Valley.

 

Del Marcos Hotel

Architecture buffs will love the restored 1947 hotel and its one-of-a-kind rooms. Del Marcos is just a short walk from all the downtown dining and shopping, and provides guests an “Adult Only” escape. Six of the hotels 17 rooms feature kitchens or kitchenettes including the Don Wexler Room and the Errol Flynn Room. All rooms are situated around a refreshing pool.  Dogs are welcome in select rooms with advance notice to the hotel.

 

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