Chic rooms with vivid art provide Wi-Fi access, flat-screens and minifridges. Some add terraces, kitchenettes and/or living areas. A jungle-themed room is available, as is a 1-bedroom suite.
Freebies include parking, and breakfast served in a simple dining room or in a garden that has mountain views. There's also an outdoor pool, a hot tub, a spa and a sauna. Minimum-stay rules may apply.
The Holiday House Palm Springs was originally built in 1951 and was a project of mid-century architectural designer Herbert W. Burns. Burns was one of the most important figures in helping to define Palm Springs modernist style, or what has now become mid-century modern. Known for a less austere approach to modernism than Frey or Lautner, Burns’ strong composition and clear lines stressed livability and humility.
Palm Springs, Ca