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Reviewed March 24, 2019 via mobile

We spent 5 nights here and enjoyed our small but adequate room with an undersized queen bed (next time we will book a king). It has a fridge so you can store left overs and drinks. They have a communal kitchen where they have a fridge that makes ice and includes sparkling water in cans. They put out coffee, orange juice, yogurt, bananas, oranges, apples, bagels, bread and English muffins just before 8 am. The K cup coffee machine did not work when we were there so I had to wait until 8 am for coffee. They do have a water cooler near the kitchen. We did not find out until the last day about the bicycles and pool floaters. It is an adult only place which is what makes this place special. It is a three block walk to the Main Street so we walked to restaurant s every day. We used the salt water pool everyday. There are a number of similar like inns on this street.

Date of stay: March 2019
Trip type: Traveled as a couple
Thank kpatters
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Reviewed February 19, 2019

We had a wonderful stay at The Hideaway, a beautiful hotel which gives you the true Palm Springs experience. You could be on the set of Mad Men, bespoke furniture and extremely tidy and well kept.

Eric the hotel manager made this stay truly exceptional, from his witty conversation, general helpfulness and useful tips and recommendations. True American hospitality, thank you for make our stay so great

Date of stay: February 2019
  • Trip type: Traveled with friends
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Thank franruy
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Reviewed January 14, 2019 via mobile

You can’t beat the locale for starters just a couple of blocks off the main drag but super quiet with great views of the hills. The inn keeper Eric was great and the room immaculate spacious and loved being able To vinyl in my room ....
This may seem petty but there were only three bikes making it awkward when you and another couple wanted to explore the city at the same time and also a in room coffee machine like a Nespresso would of sealed the deal . The breakfast could use a little something as well .

Date of stay: January 2019
Thank Chefclaire2014
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Reviewed January 5, 2019

The Hideaway is one of several mid-century masterpieces designed by the self-taught architect Herbert W. Burns. It’s a study in clean lines, right angles, muted materials, and magnificent landscaping. The private courtyard seems to expand in all directions around a welcoming, heated, saltwater pool. The perfectly manicured lawn and lush plantings provide an appropriate contrast to the muted tones and clean lines of the building itself. It’s precisely this confluence of exterior styling that forms the heart of this hotel.

The rooms only add to the experience. With large windows and vintage furniture (our room featured several authentic Bertoia chairs, for example), the rooms are comfortable and aesthetically pleasing. We had two closets and a small, fairly-new, non-vintage kitchenette equipped with a mini-fridge. Overall, painted in a creamy white, with taupe accents, curtains in light avocado, and white carpeting, the room had a bright yet warm feel.

In the center of the hotel itself is a gorgeous, mid-century common area. It’s here that a light continental breakfast is served daily. With its views of the courtyard and comfortable furnishings, this room provides some nice interior space for reading, too.

Now for a couple of key details you should know. The first is that, if you read older reviews, you’ll see that this hotel was once a sister property to the Orbit In, which is just down the street. This is no longer the case, which means that you don’t have the option to use the hot tub at the Orbit, as is suggested in some of the previous reviews. Most of the time this won’t be a problem, but the temperatures in Palm Springs do sometimes dip into the 40s (and did so for us!)…

Next, there’s no dedicated parking; you park on the street in front of the hotel. Again, no real problem here. We had no trouble finding parking, and our car was fine. However, some folks might prefer a parking area.

Finally, the overall feel of the hotel, true to its name, is one of extreme privacy. We never saw our host or any sort of main office. The guests were rather reserved. The courtyard is a designated quiet area. This, combined with the express check-in / check-out process, means that you might spend your entire stay without speaking to or interacting with a single soul. To be sure, the manager was extremely communicative and friendly over email and on the phone before our arrival. But once arrived, the experience tended toward quiet contemplation. This can be a great thing. But anyone looking for a slightly more social environment might want to look elsewhere.

Still, I’m really glad we got to stay here. For those who love classic, modern architecture, and who desire a quiet, private experience, the Hideaway Hotel is not to be missed.

Date of stay: January 2019
  • Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Reviewed December 31, 2018 via mobile

An amazing 4 nights in downtown Palm Springs nestled off side street but 2 short blocks to restaurants, stores, and an incredible challenging hiking trail starting from The Art Museum and ending Near hotel on Ramon. Eric, manager, is so attentive and helpful and filled with fascinating Palm Springs facts. Vintage furnishings and record players with vintage albums in every room. Amazing fire pit and always a beautiful Mountain View 2 blocks away. Perfection!

Date of stay: December 2018
Trip type: Traveled as a couple
1  Thank jessiebarks
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