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I was staying here for a popular event during the spring. I had an amazing time. The resort was full. Sexy men everywhere. I had a nice size room but the place definitely could be renovated. There was a small tiny refrig. The towels and...More
During a visit to Palm Springs in early November, we sampled a few different resorts and stayed at the Canyon Club for a few nights.
The resort itself was fine. A bit worn in places and showing it's age, but the room was tidy, neat...More
From walking in the door to Chris' welcoming smile, to John holding court poolside, to the attentive and stealth housekeeping staff....these hosts made a warm and welcoming experience for our stay. Stepped out the front door to see the parade, and easy downhill walk to...More
Was my 1st time staying here on a recommendation of friend. Check in takes a bit of time as it does at most of these resorts but the front desk staff was just so nice it did not matter. Pool and grounds are very nicely...More
I was always staying at the straight commercial hotels near downtown..
Decided at the last minute to stay at the Canyon Club referred by my friends..
I was pleasantly surprised by how quiet & comfortable my room was!
I stayed a week & would happily...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.