Cheeky charm, activities aplenty (indoor and outdoor pools, tennis, golf, spa and fitness center) two restaurants and sleek amenities make the 13-acre Le Parker Meridien Palm Springs resort a must for wayfarers with a passion for fashion. Created from properties owned by singing cowboy Gene Autry and media mogul Merv Griffin, Le Parker Meridien Palm Springs takes desert decadence to new heights. Its 144 rooms boast state-of-the-art electronics — Wi-Fi (included in the resort fee), CD/DVD players and more — softened by fluffy robes and feather beds. Guests have their pick of two indoor and two outdoor pools, two red-clay tennis courts, European lawn games (croquet, petanque, giant chess) or golf next door. Soak and steam at the spa or work out anytime in the 24-hour gym. One restaurant dishes out upscale comfort food, while the other offers fare with French flair. Three miles south of Palm Springs International Airport, the Parker is near many city attractions, including Knott's Soak City Waterpark, one mile away, and the Agua Caliente Cultural Museum, three miles away. our guests give Le Parker Meridien Palm Springs A's for location, staff, dining and overall quality, saying they'd "go again anytime."
Some offerings of this desert resort include amenity filled accommodations, a noted 16,500 square foot spa with indoor pools, beautifully landscaped grounds, and a restaurant and lounge. Dogs are allowed for an additional fee of $150 per night per pet, and there is a pet waiver to sign at check in.
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