Ratings based on 135 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.5 Room cleanliness
4.7 Service & staff
4.3 Room comfort
4.3 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Business Travelersby A verified traveler
Posted Nov 22, 2013
Pros: Everything! Especially the landscaping, privacy and décor of the rooms.
Cons: Only suggestion: put an iron and board
Location: I was in meetings all day.
Nice people...lovely accommodations! A real "find" in Palm Springs. I would LOVE to stay there again!! Thanks -- in the room! Thank you.
for Everyoneby mark from newport beach, ca
Old HotelPosted Nov 19, 2013
Pros: The old Spanish ambience
Cons: upgrade the rooms
Location: Nice location, 5 o6 blocks south of town. Great area for walking.
Nice old hotel with Spanish antiques and fountains. Nice location. The main problem was the loud music until 1:40 am. The night club part of the building. The furniture is old and wobbly.
for Everyoneby Kathy from Ojai, CA
Best Boutique hotel in California!Posted Nov 13, 2013
Pros: Ambiance, location, grounds, staff
Cons: The bed pillows were a little stiff and large to our liking - but some might like them.
Location: Easy walk to downtown, Melvyn's is adjacent and lovely, pool, jacuzzi, golf
My husband and I spent an anniversary weekend at the Ingleside Inn. We had no idea what to expect! The service, grounds, staff, ambiance and proximity to downtown was perfect. Melvyn's was just an added bonus! We highly recommend it to anyone.
for Couplesby NK from West Hills, Ca
Classic Palm SpringsPosted Nov 11, 2013
Pros: Everything described above. Service, cleanliness, style, architecture, complimentary snack basket and drinks!
Cons: Our room was near the bar where the live music could be heard on weekend evenings. Light sleepers should prob ask for a different room.
Location: Easy Walking distance to great restaurants and shopping on Palm Canyon Drive, with great view of the mountains.
The Ingleside in is a charming Spanish style hotel with beautiful grounds, pool, fountains and lush greenery. It has been the getaway for Hollywood stars since the 1940's (built in the 1920's). Our room had the most comfortable bed I have ever experienced at a hotel. We were greeted in a classic style lobby with fireplace and books and were treated with such friendly respect and humility. Our dinner at their restaurant, Melvyn's, was truly wonderful, and romantic, with impeccable service. This is not a trendy mid-century, boutique hipster hotel for hookups! It is classy all the way around.
for Everyoneby Brenda from Riverside, CA
A wonderful retreatPosted Oct 29, 2013
Pros: The perfect get away for an anniversary.
The Inn is a great place to stay and relax. The staff will take care of you here. After a morning swim we had breakfast served to us poolside. A classic Palm Springs experience in a remarkably quiet area. Restaurant and piano bar on site too.
Recommendedby Kathy from Riverside
Great PlacePosted Sep 1, 2013 on Hotels.com
This was our second visit for an anniversary. We find this place has a low-key elegance and charm. It is not for the partying crowd. The rooms are nicely decorated and I love that the pool is mostly surrounded by grass around a small sidewalk of concrete, keeping it cool and pleasant in the hot summer. It's one block to the main road through Palm Springs, and just a few blocks more to the center of things. We had the minisuite, with complimentary snacks, fruit and sodas this time. The woman at the front desk had some free tickets for a cultural activity, as well as some friendly tips. It was a lovely experience.
for Couplesby Craig from N. County San Diego
Old School Palm SpringsPosted Aug 14, 2013 on Hotels.com
If you're looking for a completely "modern" resort-style hotel, this isn't the right place for you. But if you're looking for an old school hotel (built in 1922) with EXCELLENT service, this is exactly the place you're looking for. Everyone we dealt with was extremely friendly and attentive. From check-in and the welcome basket through the check-out process we were 100% satisfied. The hotel itself is located just off the main drag within very easy walking distance to many great restaurants.
for Couplesby A verified traveler
In downtown area but feels secluded. Great hotel.Posted Aug 12, 2013
Pros: Ambiance and old-hollywood feel. The staff made you feel very special.
Location: Lots of local restaurants, shops and art galleries are within walking distance.
We stayed overnight after hiking all day in Mt. San Jacinto. The hotel is very close to the tram and made for a perfect evening. You can dine in the hotel's famous Maxwell's restaurant where celebrities go, or you are within walking distance to a number of great downtown restaurants. We stayed in one of the villas. the hotel staff was extremely friendly and helpful. Small details such as printing your name on the matchbox covers, and free water and sodas in the in-room refrigerator are complimentary. They also provided a dish of cheeses, crackers, fruit, chips and cookies waiting for us in the room, and also made sure we could park right in front of the room. The pool area is beautiful but be prepared for lots of people talking and laughing if you're trying to get to sleep early. Fortunately the air conditioner can drown out the noise. Would definitely stay here again for a weekend to walk downtown and see the art galleries and try more restaurants.
for Everyoneby Sally from Valley Center, CA
A small and classy older resort with history.Posted Aug 4, 2013
Pros: The style, mature landscaping, pool area. The staff. It was quiet.
Cons: The air conditioner was a bit noisy.
Location: Just google Palm Springs. There is a lot to do in and around the area. Downtown is within walking distance of the Inn.
We retuned to this resort after an absence of 15 or so years. We had always wanted to return but never managed to. There is a wonderful restaurant on the premises, Melvyn's. Our room had several folders and books which related stories of the inn and its many visitors. The innkeeper was most gracious. On arriving in the room we spotted a nice gift basket. Complementary drinks were also in the refrigerator.
for Everyoneby Laura from Los Angeles, CA
Fabulous escape in Palm SpringsPosted Jul 22, 2013
I love this place. This is the second time we've stayed there, and both times have been like a little escape from reality for 24 hours. The beds are very comfortable, the rooms lovely, with thoughtful touches like providing a darker color of washcloth to remove make-up. You're greeted with a fruit basket and complimentary beverages in the refrigerator and are encouraged to go through both. The pool and the hotel grounds are really what make this place. The pool is large and clean and, best of all, is open 24 hours. Nothing like a midnight swim in the desert night. It is very quiet and very romantic. I refuse to stay anywhere else in Palm Springs!