The Saguaro Palm Springs / Stamberg Aferiat Architecture

The saguaro palm springs / stamberg aferiat architecture

Designed to reflect the colorful vibrant spirit of the Southwest, The Saguaro Palm Springs is the second in an expanding collection of Saguaro hotels managed by Joie de Vivre Hotels, following the opening of The Saguaro Scottsdale in November 2011. The bold Southwestern color palette is the work of renowned architects Peter Stamberg and Paul Aferiat, of New York-based Stamberg Aferiat Architecture, who have infused the property with hues that reflect the indigenous flowers of the Colorado Desert. The three-story structure, originally constructed in 1965, will feature an expansive pool located within a lush center courtyard, and Tinto, an innovative restaurant run by celebrity chef Jose Garces.

The saguaro palm springs / stamberg aferiat architecture

The Saguaro Palm Springs is the perfect retreat – a thoughtful desert oasis in Coachella Valley where guests can relax with all of the comforts and sophistication of a boutique hotel.

The saguaro palm springs / stamberg aferiat architecture

FEATURES & AMENITIES
• 245 guest rooms, including 16 suites
• 7,500 square feet of flexible meeting space
• 24-hour Front Desk and Business Center
• Personalized concierge services
• One heated outdoor swimming pool and two whirlpools
• Intimate spa with a menu of indigenous treatments
• 24-hour fitness center
• Self parking
• Pet-friendly
• Free shuttle service to downtown and airport

Project Details:
Location: Palm Springs, California, USA
Type: Hotels – Public
Architects: Stamberg Aferiat Architecture – www.stambergaferiat.com
Management Company: Joie de Vivre Hotels
Owner: The Sydell Group Ltd.

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