This quaint little inn went from a unique little gem in the heart of palm springs, to a dumpy, overpriced, dirty motel... cockroaches included! Don't waste your money!!!! We are never staying here again.
We loved Korakia! The premises are so beautiful although not super manicured - raw beauty. The suite was gorgeous, cozy and old school - loved the bed, stone tub, and turntable! The outdoor areas were incredibly lovely, the loveseat outside the suite, the salt water pool heated by furnaces. Breakfast was so yummy and the attention of the staff superb. Can't wait to come back!
Very nice and comfortable rooms with more of a rustic retreat feel than a heavenly oasis but still enjoyable. Friendly staff who always had a positive upbeat attitude. Comfy beds in cool, weathered rooms which had nice touches, like a walkout patio, record players and mini kitchen items. Loved that each room had its own pool bed and that old movies were played at night. Would visit again, though priced a bit high for its overall elegance and offerings.
We just returned from an anniversary trip, and the Korakia property was indeed beautiful. We were looking forward to a restful time reading by the pool, and although we arrived promptly at checkin, we were disappointed to find that we were unable to use the pool loungers the first 24 hours of our stay. Loungers were "assigned" to different rooms, and the one given to us was an odd twin size bed with no backrest. As we are both tall, there was no way we could share this comfortably, but when we asked if they could be changed, we were switched to another bed, not loungers, away from the pool and awkwardly right in front of someone else's door. We did notice that several nice lounges at the pool were never used at all. When I requested a small adjustment on the resort fee for this, we were denied. Additionally, our room "Santorini" was rather dark and had no lamp for reading, so we had to go across the street to the stone benches in order to read. We also found that the slate bathtub was dirty and had plant debris from a previous user. The decor overall was unique, the staff was polite, the grounds were well-maintained, and the evening lights were lovely. The breakfast was adequate, but unimpressive (turkey bacon and scrambled eggs?). Overall, we liked it, but didn't feel it was worth the $500 a night price, when the resort fee and taxes were included.…
We’ve just ventured into a foreign country, we are no longer in America. The Korakia Pensione has swept us away to somewhere in The Mediterranean. The articulate and rustic compound with its 28 alluring bungalows & features are all fused with an authentic and magical vibe laced with genuine hospitality. Our Birthday escape was & will always be cherished and etched into our favorite BDAY Memories Vault. At every turn awaits a photo opportunity as good or better than the last as they are endless day or night. If you desire the city-beat, you are a few minutes walk to the heart of DT Palm Springs. Thank you to the Korakia team, we will return soon. The Acropolis Bungalow CS