It’s been a few weeks since we got back from our little trip to Palm Springs and I wanted to share a few posts on the hotels we stayed at and the things we did. This post will focus on our one-night stay at the bright and vibrant Saguaro Palm Springs Boutique Hotel. We were only in Palm Springs for 3 nights and the hotel originally we booked was only available for the second and third night (more on that hotel in my next post – it was amazing!) So we had to find another option for the first night and after some Google-ing we came across the Saguaro!
It is so unique and colourful. It definitely caters to a younger/party demographic which was fine by us and we didn’t find it loud at night even though we saw several bachelorette parties in the lounge when we checked in 🙂 This whole place is perfectly Instagramable with a candy coloured door or flower wall at every turn!
They also have a great taco spot in the hotel called El Jefe where we got dinner. The food was delicious and they are known for their drinks (although I couldn’t partake because…pregnant).
The pool was great and had misters above every chair so you could enjoy the sun and stay cool at the same time. The pool was also filled with inflatable unicorns and donuts for guests to enjoy. Check out the view in the photo below! The view of the mountains was stunning.
I realized after we left that I didn’t get any photos of our room! When we arrived we promptly dumped our suitcase, showered and got ready for dinner. Basically the room looked like a mess before I even thought of snapping a photo lol
The rooms are just as bright and colourful as the rest of the hotel. This photo from thesaguaro.com gives you an idea of what to expect. I loved the retro vibes!
Our one-night stay was really nice. The staff was friendly and our room was clean, though you can definitely tell it’s an older hotel that has some wear and tear and has been repainted many times. Each room has a private balcony or patio (we had a patio) that walks right out to the pool. It has a gym and daily yoga included but no breakfast. They do offer a limited menu for room service but they charge a delivery fee which I found strange.
Overall we really enjoyed it and would recommend this place if you’re looking for a retro, funky hotel with lots of personality 🙂