I stay at 3-4 different Renaissance properties a year for business and vacation travel. I would rank this one as "average" compared to other Renaissance properties and the price you'll pay. On this occasion, my stay at the Renaissance-Palm Springs was for business. On the plus side, my room was large and could easily accommodate a family of four. It had a large living room with a pull-out couch and a good desk for working. It has a large pool and the gym was adequate for a standard work out. On the downside the room looked a little "tired". The carpet was a bit worn and furniture a little dated. I ordered room service for dinner and my turkey club was "okay" and the fries were cold-not to the standard of room service meals I've had at other Marriott properties, in particular a Renaissance. The property was a little load, but I would attribute that to the beginning of Spring Break (lots of kids) and convention people. As the title of my review indicated, if my kids were still young I could see spending a few days with the family here. If you're looking for a quiet place to relax, you might look elsewhere.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Located in the heart of downtown Palm Springs, the Renaissance Palm Springs provides a sophisticated and stylish setting perfect for any visit to the area. Steps away from the Palm Springs Convention Center and the upscale shops of Canyon Drive, our hotel is perfect for both work and play. ... more less
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