My partner and I have stayed at the Triangle Inn several times. Actually, we got married there! After staying at other places, it's one of only two places we will stay in Palm Springs. Stephen and Michael (the owners) are two of the greatest people you could know - they remembered our names after our first stay and on all of our subsequent visits, they always greet us with a hug, and when we need a room they are always able to accommodate us (even during the sold out Pride weekend). We've been there when the place is sold-out, and we've also been one of only two couples (some times of the year aren't conducive to desireable weather, unless you're from Phoenix - then anywhere you go is a respite from the heat!). Regardless, Michael and Stephen make us feel welcome, wanted, and like a part of their family. We ALWAYS have a great time. I tend to go sans clothing, while my partner prefers to remain clothed, and there is never any discomfort or reluctance on my part to take off my clothes and be myself. Some other places (it's what you make of it) can be cruisy or downright "creepy," but we've never experienced that at the Triangle Inn. After reading one of the bad reviews, I need to say that the Triangle Inn, like all other places, is what you make of it. Some people keep to themselves, while others get out there and get to know people (including getting to know the owners!). The rooms are very cozy, many of them with complete kitchens so you can make your own meals. We usually end up meeting other guests and making meals together. The grounds are lush and spotless - never a leaf out of place. Happy Hour isn't a big extravagant to-do, but instead a really nice way to mingle with the other guests and get to know one another before heading out to the bars or heading to bed. Because they only have nine rooms, it's a nice, quiet getaway when you want one while not feeling completely isolated. And there's never been a time that we've left without a new Facebook friend or two (or three). If you're looking for a quiet getaway with the likeliness of meeting some great people (guests and owners), the Triangle Inn is the only place to stay. We've never had a bad experience there. I'm dying to get there for a nude yoga weekend - but what to do with the husband?
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Romantic and relaxing or fun and frisky. At the Triangle Inn Palm Springs, the choice is yours. This award-winning Palm Springs Gay Men's Resort is a feast for all your senses, with a special flair for Southern (California) hospitality. Enjoy the freedom of clothing optional living within the walled compound. Lush tropical gardens. Pool, jacuzzi, expanded continental breakfast, and spectacular mountain views. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Triangle Inn Palm Springs Hotel Palm Springs