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370 W Arenas Rd, Palm Springs, Greater Palm Springs, CA 92262-6308
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#9 of 25 B&Bs / Inns in Palm Springs
A 1947 Herbert Burns property offering 10 authentic Mid- Century Modern poolside rooms with patios, mountain views, an expansive lawn, saltwater pool, fire pit, and lounge.
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Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
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Heated pool
Adults only
Non-smoking hotel
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Air conditioning
Flatscreen TV
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Non-smoking rooms
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SanJan wrote a review Apr 5
San Diego47 contributions154 helpful votes
My husband and I stayed here for two nights at the end of March. We've stayed at larger hotels in the area in the past and the Hideaway is our new fave. We loved the small scale of the property and the 2 people per room / no pets / no children policy as well as the mid-century vibe. The location was spectacular, just a few blocks off the main strip but far enough away that it was peaceful and quiet. Rooms have been updated but are not super "new," so if that matters to you, be aware. We brought a small cooler with us, which came in handy poolside. The hotel is in walking distance of the Museum Trail / North Lykken Trail, which was pretty strenuous but doable once the sun was behind the mountains (we saw some bighorn sheep!). The only downside of our visit, which I assume is temporary, is that the pool was not heated as advertised. My husband dove in anyway but there was no way I could do so given how cold it was.
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Date of stay: March 2021
Jae wrote a review Jan 2021
California1 contribution
I was looking for a lovely hotel-cation for my parent's anniversary and this place exceeded my expectations. Thank you Angela for making them feel welcomed with a celebratory card and chocolates! The suite was a quiet paradise surrounded by a beautiful garden and I was happy to hear about their pleasant experience at The Hideaway. Contactless check-in/out was available and they also enjoyed hiking at Tahquitz Canyon nearby.
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Date of stay: January 2021
RSMNP wrote a review Sep 2020
Yakima, Washington31 contributions2 helpful votes
What an amazing stay at The Hideaway! I’ve stayed at several places in the Historic Tennis Club District, and this place is by far the most peaceful and relaxing. First and foremost, the Burns design is stunning and the owners have obviously spent a lot of careful attention to preserve the original design and energy of the property. It’s an intimate space with few rooms, which translates to a private and quiet experience. The room was spacious and nicely detailed. I loved the original tile work in the bathroom and the images of the place from yesteryear. The grounds were meticulously kept. The pool made the 115 degree days much more pleasant. The housekeeper, Margarita, was so sweet and made sure I had everything I needed for my stay. The property manager, Alden, was also incredibly kind and even helped accommodate an extra night’s stay at the last minute. The property had appropriate COVID-19 mitigation protocols in place. Lastly, what a value! I paid more than half of what I would pay at an adjacent property and felt like 110% of my expectations were met. I thank The Hideaway for providing a restful and restorative space for a much needed getaway!
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Date of stay: August 2020Trip type: Traveled solo
2 Helpful votes
A_MoneyTravel wrote a review Aug 2020
Huntington Beach, California5 contributions4 helpful votes
Can not believe the complete and utter lack of customer service and unprofessionalism displayed by The Hideaway. My group rented out the entire venue for close to $5,000, and had to secure general liability insurance to the tune of $1,000,000 in order to stay here. We are all professionals (fire fighters, attorneys, engineers, doctors and business owners) and were excited to have a weekend away from dealing with COVID for the last five months. Now don't get me wrong- the venue is epic. Super cool midcentury modern that Palm Springs is known for. However things took a turn when Angela, the company's rep decided to drop by at 8:30am Saturday morning, after 15 adults had been up partying all night until the wee hours of the morning. She then sent an email around 10am threatening that we would not be able to stay Saturday night because we left the place too messy. Of course we were nowhere near our email and didn't realize she sent that until she stopped by at 11am to "check up" on us adults. And by that time we were up out of bed, and had the place spotless. Even the sweet housekeeper kicked us out of the kitchen and told us to not worry about cleaning up and that we needed to enjoy ourselves. I've included the condescending email for reference as to how juvenile Angela's tone was towards us, and my response. What really gets me is that I responded to her email (days later) and included someone from the company's management level and almost two weeks later have yet to receive a response. Guess they're too cool to acknowledge and take credit for a mistake. Sucks because we were planning to rent out the entire place again in September but we've decided to spend our money elsewhere.
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Date of stay: August 2020
Room Tip: Do yourself a favor and stay elsewhere
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Response from Dave Dean, Owner at The Hideaway
Responded Aug 19, 2020
Alia, as you can see from our history on Trip Advisor, we typically have amazing reviews and deeply appreciate that our adult guests rate The Hideaway so highly. Even your 1-star review confirms “the venue is epic. Super cool midcentury modern that Palm Springs is known for.” It appears the only issue you had, and the only reason for your 1-star review, was your interpretation of the “tone” of an email sent from a manager who had just discovered your group had left our lawn littered with half smashed empty beer cans and other assorted party trash as well as empty glass beer bottles, glass vodka bottles and wine glasses strewn about the concrete pool area, all within plain sight of the street and of our neighbors on an otherwise lovely Saturday morning in Palm Springs. That said, sometimes a “bad” review can be a good thing. I feel we made three mistakes, not just one as you suggest, regarding your group’s stay at The Hideaway and we’ll apply ourselves to never repeat them. Mistake #1. Our manager Angela should have worded her email more clearly, and for that I do apologize, and I can assure you that will not happen again. When she sent me pictures of the condition of the hotel that Saturday morning, I actually instructed her to send you an email stating that if your group intended to carry Friday’s party over to Saturday night, we’d need to meet and reorient you with the previously agreed upon terms of your contract. She relayed that to you incorrectly. She did however, as you confirm in your review, mention that she had a conversation with you at 11am on Saturday and a mutual understanding was reached. Mistake #2. This was on me as an owner. I should have responded to your response to Angela’s email sooner, but I was preoccupied with replacing the carpet in 8 of the 10 rooms and touching up paint in all of the rooms after your group’s stay. Mistake #3. In hindsight, we should not have rented the property to you as neither your expectations nor our expectations were met. The Hideaway is a designated Class One Historic Site. “Up partying all night until the wee hours of the morning,” as you’ve confirmed in your review, was not the expected guest behavior that your group presented when inquiring about renting all 10 rooms of the hotel. Your group paid $200/night + tax per room, which is our average nightly weekend rate during these summer months. Your insurance policy, while offering $1M in coverage (industry standard for group bookings in 2020), was less than $200 to acquire. While your review implies that you paid a premium, those room rates are the same that anyone would have paid to stay that weekend, yet you had the place to yourselves. Our expectation was that your group would enjoy the property as other guests do… scroll down and read reviews which mention “peaceful, wonderful and paradise.” Angela also had to intervene on Friday night as your group was blasting music from a rather large speaker set-up and performing running cannonballs into a 4’ deep pool. I personally stopped by earlier Friday evening to say hello and was disappointed to see all bets were off as far as social distancing and safe practices during a pandemic, especially if there were indeed first responders amongst your group. Our responsibility as the caretakers of The Hideaway is to preserve its historic status, deliver an authentic adult experience for our guests, and be good neighbors to the surrounding homes and small hotels in our neighborhood. I’m afraid we failed on all accounts and, therefore, we will not rent The Hideaway to groups with similar expectations as yours.
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SandBAtlanta wrote a review Jan 2020
Atlanta, Georgia1,160 contributions231 helpful votes
Stayed here over the Christmas holidays and thoroughly enjoyed it. The hotel and grounds are beautiful and well maintained. Rooms are spacious and appointed in the mid century modern style. It almost felt like we were on a TV or movie set - so perfect! There is no front desk, no concierge, no bell staff, no bar. This is a place for total rest and relaxation. If you enjoy peace and quiet and don’t want to be bothered ... this is the spot for you. We loved the location - you can walk two blocks to the main retail/restaurant/shopping area. After rambling around Palm Springs during the day, we came back to our little Hideaway, grabbed a book and sat by the pool until the sun went down. At night you can sit by the fire pit and read or chat with other guests. Truly a sanctuary! Would most definitely stay here again.
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Date of stay: December 2019Trip type: Traveled as a couple
4 Helpful votes
$156 - $371 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Frequently Asked Questions about The Hideaway
Which popular attractions are close to The Hideaway?
Nearby attractions include Brandini Toffee (0.2 miles), Palm Springs Art Museum (0.2 miles), and VillageFest (0.2 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at The Hideaway?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, a pool, and free parking.
Which room amenities are available at The Hideaway?
Top room amenities include a kitchenette, air conditioning, and a flat screen TV.
Is parking available at The Hideaway?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to The Hideaway?
Conveniently located restaurants include Great Shakes, Le Vallauris, and Bill's Pizza.
Are there opportunities to exercise at The Hideaway?
Yes, guests have access to a pool during their stay.
Are there any historical sites close to The Hideaway?
Many travelers enjoy visiting Indian Canyons (3.7 miles), Elvis Honeymoon Hideaway (1.4 miles), and Village Green Heritage Center (0.2 miles).
Does The Hideaway have any great views?
Yes, guests often enjoy the mountain view available here.