Why it made the list This hotel isn't designed specifically with LGBTQ persons in mind, but for younger queers, it's a hip hotel and pool party spot. The Rowan has guestrooms and suites offering views of the San Jacinto Mountains and the desert. The flats open around a peaceful pool, hot tub, and lanai and allow plenty of privacy each also has a private back entrance leading to off-street parking but also more opportunity to socialize than typical stand-alone vacation rentals.
You could stay here without feeling any pressure to socialize, but if it's quiet you want, you might want Palm Springs Gay Friendly Hotels with reviews choose another property. In fact, the rates here are quite reasonable, especially when you factor in the many pluses, such as fully stocked kitchens or kitchenettes in each unit.
CCBC, which is just a block off Hwy. The hotel staff was very accommodating in assisting me with my dining plans, local entertainment attractions and even suggested a local gym for me to go to while there. Each room has a painting of its namesake hanging on the wall, a California King bed, mirrored headboard wall, a large shower, and a flat-screen TV with 15 adult channels for your viewing pleasure.
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I had a first floor room and could hear everything going on in the room upstairs. There's also a casual but eye-catching cafe called The Kitchen, a pool, and a lively, if touristy, bar and lounge. Trio is a community favorite which usually requires reservations.
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This room property is rather boutique-y. Most accommodations in Palm Springs are well-kept and quite nice, but it can still be hard choosing among so many options. Rooms vary a lot in terms of noise and privacy.