Arrive Hotel Palm Springs

ARRIVE HOTEL PALM SPRINGS

We always say that Los Angeles is the perfectly centered city. About 2 hours in any direction we’ve got fantastic destinations. One can head west out of San Pedro, and hit Catalina Island by ferry, head north and visit Santa Barbara, go south and spend a day in San Diego, or head east and chill out in Palm Springs.

Because of its convenience, Palm Springs is a favorite of Angelenos (natives of Los Angeles) and why so many celebrities over the last 70 decades have made it their home. Think New Yorkers and the Hamptons, or San Francisco with Napa Valley.

Arrive Hotel Palm Springs

Arrive Hotel Palm Springs

The guides of Glitterati Tours L.A. recently spent our end-of-summer get-away in the desert and had an amazing time at Arrive Hotel Palm Springs. You never have to leave this fantastic venue.

Enjoy the modern comfort in one of Arrive’s 32 guestrooms. A few steps away, dive into their pool and enjoy the best in custom cocktails and food (between us all, we easily had about two dozen seared ahi tuna burgers, accompanied with fries).   We were fortunate to have an awesome server named Presley serving up drinks and bites poolside one afternoon, and then greeting us the next morning for our breakfast and bottomless Bloody Mary’s.

The Pool Bar at Arrive

The Pool Bar at Arrive

Work up an appetite swimming, playing bocce ball, or ping pong, and one can sit for breakfast, lunch or dinner at Reservoir, just off the pool. Attached to the property is another one of their restaurants called Draughtsman, where a sports fan would be able to catch their favorite game.

Draughtsman Palm Springs

Draughtsman Palm Springs

Also at Arrive, you’ll find an ice cream and gift shop, as well as Customs Coffee. Coming soon (across the street) look for their sushi bar, as well as a Japanese whisky bar.

Do as we did and plan a group venture. Make sure to ask for Andrew Tran with event sales, and he’ll help in planning your perfect trip to Arrive Hotel Palm Springs.

Speaking of groups, we also recommend renting Sunny Cycle PS. It’s a 15-passenger bicycle that travels the main core of Palm Springs, and it has a handful of built-in stops at bars and restaurants. Make sure to bring your own music selections and plug it in to their surround-sound —- then plan on laughing and singing for the next two hours.

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