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Looks a bit dodgy from the outside. Inside is style 1940. Pool is big and clean, has sprinklers around wich is great. Garden with maze is exiting. Whirlpool is busy. Playroom is clean. Crowd is mixed from young to old, a lot of dayguest. Rooms...More
I returned to The Canyon Club as I enjoyed my stay from previous visits. I stayed in a Studio King which was located on the 2nd floor with a great view of the pool. The room was extremely clean, the bed comfortable and a decent...More
The website photos are total lies. This place is run down and should be razed. The lobby stunk. The first room we booked was amazingly disgusting. The refrigerator smelled like dead bodies had fermented for weeks. The "patio" had a torn down screen laying there...More
It's true that it's a bit old and dated, but the staff is friendly and it has nice sized rooms. It has a large well maintained yard with a nice pool and hot tub. Front desk person was very helpful and knows the city well....More
Friendly and helpful staff. Some updating would be good but there was some work on-going. Good room size and comfortable bed. The garden area is a good place to relax. Breakfast was better than most places. Good room cleaning and towels of good quality and...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.