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Hotel Paseo, Autograph Collection - Palm Desert, CA [Master Thread]

Hotel Paseo, Autograph Collection - Palm Desert, CA [Master Thread]

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Old May 22, 17, 8:38 am
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Hotel Paseo, Autograph Collection - Palm Desert, CA [Master Thread]

Hotel website:

http://www.marriott.com/hotels/trave...ph-collection/

Opening Sept '17.

"Find your path at Hotel Paseo. This boutique property is the first new hotel in Palm Desert in 30 years and without question, one of the best located. Steps from upscale shopping, art galleries, restaurant and nightlife in the El Paseo shopping district, Hotel Paseo is also central to all there is to see and do in the Palm Spring area. Wherever your path leads, Hotel Paseo is the perfect complement to your journey. Go out, explore, and then return to recharge in the luxurious and rejuvenating surroundings of Hotel Paseo.

Or spend the day at the hotel and enjoy a personalized spa day at AVEDA Spa and dining at AC3, Hotel Paseo’s restaurant and bar. Led by award-winning Chef Andrew Copley and restaurateur Tony Marchese, both local favorites, AC3 will blend the freshest food and creativity with California’s acclaimed wines and craft brews. Stay in our vintage 1950 Airstream Cruiser, drinks at Cabana Bar, lounging in a private poolside cabana or a stimulating workout: the choice may be difficult to make."

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"1950 AIRSTREAM CRUISER SUITE: Spend the night in this fully-restored, luxurious 26 foot Airstream Cruiser for a memorable, one-of-a-kind experience."

Different! It will be interesting to see pictures once they are closer to opening.
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Old May 22, 17, 2:09 pm
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At least it sounds much less pretentious than Lido Haus. Who could stand writing such stuff?

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There's a picture of the Airstream (along w/ the cabanas, etc) if you go to the property website that I linked to above. I actually tried posting the pic in the thread, but Marriott recently changed the way the url works for its images so couldn't get it to display. Ok, I figured it out - took a bit of playing around w/ the image url.






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Let's see if the others work.

Cabana:



Lobby (art gallery):

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Wow, that Airstream better have one heck of an air conditioning system to make Palm Springs summers tolerable in there!
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Old May 23, 17, 12:30 am
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Wow, that Airstream better have one heck of an air conditioning system to make Palm Springs summers tolerable in there!
During the summer, I'm pretty sure the Airstream is not going to be too popular - but there will be plenty of vacancies.

OTOH, the place definitely fulfills an underrepresented niche. There are boutiques like this in Palm Springs, but IMHO. there is a glaring need for one in Palm Desert.
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Now opening October 2017. Cat 7.
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Now opening October 2017. Cat 7.
Now opening December 2017
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As of 4/27/18 hotel does not disclose it's $25 resort fee. The Marriott booking engine showed a total amount that didn't add up to the room rate + tax... a $25 difference. The small print mentions parking as an additional cost, but not the resort fee. Highly deceptive. Be warned.
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As of 4/27/18 hotel does not disclose it's $25 resort fee. The Marriott booking engine showed a total amount that didn't add up to the room rate + tax... a $25 difference. The small print mentions parking as an additional cost, but not the resort fee.
Wonder what the resort fee includes...
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It would be nice to know wouldn't it?

Not sure why Marriott is so bad at displaying resort fees? Here is how SPG shows them:



Example of Starwood's booking engine; there is an expandable tab under any booking/rate that includes such fees.
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Anyone stay here recently? Trying to decide between this or the Triada in Palm Springs. Any recommendations?
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Stayed here over Labor Day weekend. The property is very nice. Obviously everything is new, and I like the clean/modern style. We were upgraded to a one bedroom suite (platinum status), which was a nice surprise over the holiday weekend. Our suite was a basic living room/bedroom set up. The people staying next to us were also upgraded via platinum status to the billiards suite, which is the same size but features a pool table instead of the traditional living room setup. I thought the rooms were nice - bathroom was good sized, bed was very comfortable, etc.

The pool was nice for relaxing. The crowd was a mix of adults and a couple families. We were fine with a few kids splashing around to avoid the pool party scene at the JW and other similar places. They have some games out in the courtyard area by the pool - corn hole, giant jenga, giant connect four, a putting green, shuffleboard, etc - that were well utilized in the evenings and made for a fun atmosphere.

Location is walking distance to a lot of shopping and restaurants along El Paseo.

My only disappointment was in the handling of the breakfast offering. They only gave a $10 voucher per room (not per guest) per day for use at the coffee/snack shop in the lobby.

Overall I would definitely recommend trying it out if you're looking in the area.
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