We only stayed one night. The hotel was at low occupancy, so it was quiet and the room was fine. The hotel owned Arches Restaurant across the street was good. We are from out of state so the last time we were in Borrego Springs was in the 80's. The town and surrounding hotels seemed better then. The economy appears to have hit hard here. No more Hotel Del Zoro or club house at the Montessoro Golf Resort (formerly Rams Hill). It's still a great area, but not much going on.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- **NEVER A RESORT FEE**Restaurant and Spa now open 7 days a week. Golf will re-open November 15, 2013 Rest and relaxation await you at Borrego Springs Resort & Spa. With 100 newly remodeled guestrooms, a 18-hole pristine championship golf course, 6 lighted tennis courts, a restaurant and lounge, banquet and conference facilities and services, a business center, free Wi-Fi and breathtaking views of the Santa Rosa Mountains. Also enjoy our new Spa Serenity for all of your spa needs, and enjoy a true resort experience. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Borrego Springs Hotel Borrego Springs
- Borrego Springs Resort And Spa