We discovered that the management of this property, no longer has an agreement with the restaurant in front. They used to provide Coffee, OJ and a roll or $2.00 off your Breakfast.
If on a Budget and price driven, like myself, we need to factor this in to the cost of a Night's stay.
The plan we followed was to use that as a semi-Contential breakfast to start the day and then stop in Blythe, about two hours later, for a full Breakfast and then stop in Apache Junction (Hwy60) or South Tempe (Hwy 10) for a light Dinner, then stop at a grocery store to pick-up what we needed to start setting up our seasonal Home.
Otherwise this property is one of the better older/rehabbed Motels to become a Day's Inns. Please refer to my earlier reviews of Palm Court Inn and this property as a Day's Inn.
It still remains my favorite stop in Palm Springs.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Located near downtown Palm Springs, close to Palm Springs Aerial Tramway, shops, Restaurants and Casino. Spacious rooms with balcony, patio, free wireless internet, and free parking.Enjoy our Olympic size pool, childrens wading pool, hot-tub,business center,guest laundry, and fitness room. Local favorite Rick's Restaurant on-site. We also have 3000 sq. feet of meeting and banquet space available. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Days Inn Palm Springs Hotel Palm Springs
- Palm Court Hotel
- Palm Court Motel
- Palm Court Inn