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Checked in and checked out within 15 min! AC didn't work and the sheets were all stained! I asked for new sheets and they were stained too! This is meant for a hook up/bathhouse hotel, not for people who are coming to visit. The website...More
Stayed here for 5 night and had an amazing time.
The staff are all very welcoming and always interested in whats happening and can they do anything to help with directions, tourist tips etc etc.
The facilities are great. As with most resorts in PS,...More
Still my favorite place. Not a dump but not luxurious just a nice middle of the road property. The men here are real, not all tweaked out and not dripping in attitude. The pool is large and clean. The rates are very reasonable but if...More
First time in palm springs but since visited a couple more clubs of this kind where day pass visitors are welcome. I think I made the right choice staying in this hotel based on the quality of the room, location and the general ambience and...More
I recently got back from a two week visit to Palm Springs and the Canyon Club Hotel (March 29th to April 13th). It was my 7th stay at Canyon Club, and it was as enjoyable as always. First and foremost, I heartily thank the amazing...More
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No it does not. It does provide a cold breakfast--fruit, pastries, toast, cereal, etc. It has water, ice and soda machines and sells bottled water behind the desk. Palm Springs tap water was surprisingly drinkable and the... More
No it does not. It does provide a cold breakfast--fruit, pastries, toast, cereal, etc. It has water, ice and soda machines and sells bottled water behind the desk. Palm Springs tap water was surprisingly drinkable and the room had a fridge.