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The Ritz-Carlton, Ranch Mirage is as fantastic as you could imagine. First of all, the hotel is stunning. Elegant yet understated. The grounds are impeccable...except for the odd bit of dog poop an irresponsible owner left for someone else to scoop. This hotel is uber...More
It is a classy spot in the desert! The hotel is large but impeccable. Rooms are large with a great bed and bathroom. Most have nice mountain views with views of the courtyard almost as beautiful! Firepits abound on the ground floor. There are two...More
I live in LA and needed a solo quick weekend getaway where I truly could unplug and relax. I wouldn’t suggest driving to PS on a Friday after work b/c of the traffic, but once arriving at around 830pm, it was breathtaking arriving on property....More
This was a very nice place to chill and relax in the mountains. There were so many fire pits to sit and relax and unwind. I loved the service and really felt welcomed. Stunning views day and night. Very relaxing.
We came here for Indian Wells tennis tournament (closer hotels were sold out); nicest service received in a long time. Beautiful rooms. Concierge desk has candy and the kids loved it. The staff was especially tolerant and nice to our kids. Hotel food and coffee...More
Response from jarob1965 | Reviewed this property |
A Resort fee is a standard fee at all hotels in California, I’m not sure why they don’t just include it in the price of the room, but they don’t, it usually runs around $30 a day. Also parking at the Ritz is $30 a day
Response from traveler714025 | Reviewed this property |
yes, she contacted me after we had a poor dining experience earlier this year. When I called she blew me off. This was related to a really bad dining experience where a caesar salad served was a handful of iceberg (not... More
yes, she contacted me after we had a poor dining experience earlier this year. When I called she blew me off. This was related to a really bad dining experience where a caesar salad served was a handful of iceberg (not romaine) lettuce with a dab of mayo type dressing.