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67425 Two Bunch Palms Trl, Desert Hot Springs, Greater Palm Springs, CA 92240-6034
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#15 of 21 hotels in Desert Hot Springs
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Sheltered by ancient palms and tamarisk trees, the newly reimagined Two Bunch Palms is a contemporary wellness destination situated within a lush oasis, amidst 77 acres of desert landscape located just outside of Los Angeles and minutes from Palm Springs. Known for an entirely different type of energy, 600-year-old mineral rich lithium waters flow throughout the property offering a place of wellness and of healing - a retreat to soak, ponder, and wonder a weekend away. Stumble upon 67 newly re-designed guestrooms, including 13 suites with intimate outdoor patios and communal areas constructed with organic materials, hand crafted vintage tiles & ipe wood. Limited spa therapies and enrichment programs are available - curated weekly among 19 indoor and outdoor spa therapy rooms, a yoga dome, mineral rich pools, tennis courts and fitness studios. At Two Bunch Palms, balance is a way of life. Sustainable-locally sourced California-inspired foods boast an ideal setting to dine, unwind and unplug. Experience Two Bunch Palms, and discover what wellness means to you.
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Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Pool
Yoga classes
Bar / lounge
Bicycles available
Hiking
Meeting rooms
Electric vehicle charging station
Valet parking
Wifi
Hot tub
Pool / beach towels
Pool with view
Adult pool
Outdoor pool
Heated pool
Private pool
Shallow end in pool
Yoga room
Fitness / spa locker rooms
Fitness classes
Personal trainer
Sauna
Coffee shop
Restaurant
Breakfast available
Happy hour
Outdoor dining area
Special diet menus
Wine / champagne
Patio
Walking tours
Board games / puzzles
Spa
Body wrap
Couples massage
Facial treatments
Foot massage
Full body massage
Hand massage
Head massage
Hot spring bath
Massage
Massage chair
Neck massage
Adults only
24-hour security
Baggage storage
Non-smoking hotel
Outdoor fireplace
Outdoor furniture
Picnic area
Sun deck
Sun loungers / beach chairs
Sun terrace
Sun umbrellas
First aid kit
Umbrella
24-hour check-in
24-hour front desk
Express check-in / check-out
Laundry service
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Room features
Bathrobes
Air conditioning
Desk
Dining area
Minibar
Cable / satellite TV
Sofa bed
Walk-in shower
Fireplace
Housekeeping
Interconnected rooms available
Safe
Seating area
Separate dining area
Separate living room
Sofa
Telephone
VIP room facilities
Wardrobe / closet
Bottled water
Clothes rack
Iron
Laptop safe
Private bathrooms
Tile / marble floor
Wake-up service / alarm clock
Refrigerator
Flatscreen TV
Bath / shower
Complimentary toiletries
Hair dryer
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Mountain view
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Languages Spoken
English, Spanish
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Karina C wrote a review May 8
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i am drooling over my return. i feel so at ease here with a gentle come as you are vibe. i am without dietary restrictions, but found the menu not only accommodating, but incredibly creative. my friends and i had the mezze plate, jicama tacos, bahn mi burger, the bread, coconut ice cream, piel canela cocktail, spicy garnet, and the green ribbon *stuffed* i can’t wait to be back ^.^
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Date of stay: May 2021Trip type: Traveled with friends
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outsideofcalifornia wrote a review May 7
Los Angeles, California36 contributions1 helpful vote
Came to Two Bunch with a group of girlfriends for a Bday celebration. I stay in Palm Springs and Joshua Tree area very often so I am very familiar with the area and similar properties. I've always wanted to check it out as the pictures look incredible. I can definitely say that the area around the mineral springs (grotto, soaking tubs and pools, and adjacent rooms) is stunning. The pools are so relaxing and the grotto which looks to be original from the 1940's or so, is so cool. The landscaping in this area and towards the duck pond, is just gorgeous. That is sort of where the amazingness ends. The service was just terrible from before we even got there. They insist on communicating via text but have no text ettiquette, sometimes replying with just an "alright" or not replying at all. The day we left, we had lunch at the on site restaurant before leaving the property. I received a text about 1.5 hours after checkout telling me that security saw that my car was still on the property and to please vacate immediately. This was after spending $1000s on rooms and food. There is another way to communicate this, like "hi! we see you're still here and would be happy to help you with anything you need before leaving, technically we need you off the premise after checkout" In addition, the lack of attention to detail is somewhat shocking for this type of property. There were lots of issues with the room we stayed in (Desert Double). The sink was clogged, they turn off the fridges before you check in, so they take days to get cold when you try to put anything in them, but you assume they're broken because they're not getting cold. The air conditioner has a bright blue light on it that i only figured out how to turn off while keeping AC on on my last night. The safe wasn't properly plugged in. The property is supposedly making their own spa products but only the rooms close to the Springs have them - why is that? such poor attention to detail! What terrible branding! We had some re-filled Argan brand that smelled like herbal essences but i had friends staying in a Springs room and they had lovely spa products provided, with the Two Bunch branding and label. I read that the property was bought by a Hollywood-connected Investment group. You can really feel this. It does NOT feel like a small business or family-run property, nor does it feel like somewhere run by a reknowned hospitality group, although you are paying the price as such. The desert rooms are a good 7 minute walk to the springs, which is fine although at night it's very dark and a bit desolate. The area beyond the desert rooms is a literal desert wasteland, not a beautifully landscaped property. I would HIGHLY recommend only staying in a Springs room or potentially a Grove room if you have to. Anything further away from the springs than that is not worth it. To answer some other questions that have come up on here: - they do have free coffee at their to-go cafe until 10am, but only coffee, which is lame, you have to buy tea - there is a huge construction project going on where they are building more rooms near the Springs and a ton more soaking tubs and smaller tubs near the cold pool. Active construction was not happening when were were there in May 2021 but you can see it everywhere. - you can't actually do contactless check in, you have to go to the reception - they will not let you stay before or after checkin /out time due to Covid - restaurant is decent but expensive and there is virtually no where else to eat in Desert Hot Springs except fast food and few family-style Mexican spots -parking is a challenge if your room is at the Springs, it's quite a walk to your car. parking is definitely easier in Desert rooms
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Date of stay: May 2021
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Room Tip: Only stay in a Springs/Grotto Room
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ccsoto wrote a review May 5
Los Angeles, California3 contributions2 helpful votes
If you want swanky new fixtures and stuffy/corporate hospitality with mega-hotel chain amenities (24-hour gym, room service etc.) this property is NOT for you. Try Vegas. If you want to daydream your way through the day on a truly magical, gorgeous, healing property then run don't walk. Come to be relaxed, not in a hurry, happy, and healed by the natural waters at this ever-improving unique hotel. They recently hired a Coachella Valley native and local chef whose mostly vegetarian menu is creative and delectable. The mezze platter will change your life. This is my favorite place to spend time in the entire desert.
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Date of stay: May 2021
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Room Tip: Be open. The entire property is beautiful.
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Lee126 wrote a review Apr 2021
Newport Beach, California14 contributions9 helpful votes
Two nights. $500 per night. What a let down for a belated Valentine trip. Here we go: - no sign on the unattractive (ugly) entrance to the resort. - barely friendly guard at the entrance. - rigid on the 4 pm check in. OK, I get it but no one had been in our room the night before. - unfriendly, unsmiling young woman at front desk. - when we checked in, she told us "No room service", "no housekeeping!", "no restaurant in the middle of the day (when we checked in), etc. etc. No apologies just a lot of NOs. (we just came from the Royal Hawaiian and Chateau Marmont. Covid made things different but not like Two Bunch. - NO resort information aside from a small card with map. -Oh, no toilet paper in the property restroom. Paper and litter on the floor. - No ice machine that we could find. - No mini bar - Shabby grounds and buildings. Doors didn't fit, chipped paint. Broken concrete around the Grotto pool. Just advertising lack of care. Okay, we go to the $500 room. Broken appearing lock on the door that we did figure out. Large suite but bare. Dusty shelves in living room. Stains on the sofa. Just barebones and shabby. Paper thin towels (plenty of them) Bedroom, mattress and bedding nice. Newly redone bathroom was the only lovely thing we saw. Here was the kicker about the room. Every Motel 6 around the country has in-room coffee/tea......NOT at Two Bunch. "Free coffee" somewhere on the property but we NEVER saw a staff member to ask where. Anyway, it ended at 10 am so if you want to sleep in, no coffee. Yes, I sound very cranky. $500 per night is fairly steep. If we had paid $200.00 I wouldn't be so mad. It was outrageous. We never saw a staff member which kind of says it all. Oh yeah, we did. A staffer was showing a prospective guest around telling her how great the property was. Ugh.
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Date of stay: April 2021
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Marilyn R wrote a review Apr 2021
Laguna Beach, California87 contributions38 helpful votes
We booked a Master Suite, supposedly a large luxurious accommodation and were guaranteed a sofa bed. Upon arrival, there was no sofa bed. The sofa was rock hard as were the cushion less wooden chairs. There was no comfortable seating in the room. There was no closet and the room only contained a rack for hanging clothes and two very small drawers. We had to live out of the suitcase. The in room refrigerator was barely below room temperature. The bathroom sink was almost unusable since the distance from the faucet bottom to the drain was less than 3 inches with no room to scrub hands. The shower only provided hot water for a very short time. Due to the lack of hot water my husband and I had to shower one hour apart, waiting for hot water. Towels were difficult to get. No toiletries such as mouth wash, were provided. In addition, no bottled water was available. An exterior mineral bath hot tub was part of the room accommodation. Not only was the tub slimy, apparently not properly cleaned, but it was not hot enough. The bathroom lights, despite being turned off flicked off and on all night. Window coverings were drop shades which required considerable strength and effort to operate as the chain mechanism hurt our hands. In addition, the shades did not block out the morning sunlight. In short, we booked and paid for a luxury accomodation and were provided with a substandard, poorly functioning room. We had enough and checked out ahead of schedule.
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Date of stay: April 2021
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Room Tip: We would not recommend any room at this hotel.
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PRICE RANGE
$245 - $463 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
ALSO KNOWN AS
two bunch palms hotel desert hot springs, 2 bunch palms resort & spa, two bunch palms resort and spa
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United StatesCaliforniaCalifornia DesertGreater Palm SpringsDesert Hot Springs
NUMBER OF ROOMS
67
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Frequently Asked Questions about Two Bunch Palms
Which popular attractions are close to Two Bunch Palms?
Nearby attractions include Cabot's Pueblo Museum (0.8 miles), California Hot Springs Resort (0.9 miles), and The Micro Buddery (1.3 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Two Bunch Palms?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, a pool, and an on-site restaurant.
Which room amenities are available at Two Bunch Palms?
Top room amenities include a minibar, air conditioning, and a flat screen TV.
What food & drink options are available at Two Bunch Palms?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant, a lounge, and breakfast during their stay.
Is parking available at Two Bunch Palms?
Yes, free parking, secured parking, and valet parking are available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Two Bunch Palms?
Conveniently located restaurants include South of The Border, Windmill Market and Produce, and Casa Blanca.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Two Bunch Palms?
Yes, guests have access to a pool, a sauna, and fitness classes during their stay.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Two Bunch Palms?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English and Spanish.
Are there any historical sites close to Two Bunch Palms?
Many travelers enjoy visiting Elvis Honeymoon Hideaway (8.4 miles), Village Green Heritage Center (9.4 miles), and McCallum Adobe (9.4 miles).
Is Two Bunch Palms accessible?
Yes, it offers wheelchair access, reduced mobility rooms, and facilities for disabled guests. For specific inquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.