Alcazar Palm Springs
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAlcazar Palm Springs
Great upscale place to stay in the heart of Palm Springs. This place has a very palm springs feel to it. It has what you would expect of a good hotel, clean linens and restroom. In addition, it has a great layout. The rooms mostly surround the pool, so you just have to step outside to be poolside. In our room were two robes to use. In addition to the pool, there is another great outdoor space with a big gas fire installment. Free bikes available to cruise around Palm Springs, oh, and did I mention the complementary breakfast was warm croissants baked from the hotel restaurant? We had a much better time here as compared to staying in a large chain hotel.
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