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For today’s post, I wanted to share a few photos of The Parker, our lovely hotel in Palm Springs, California.  You probably have seen pictures of this hotel at some point or another on Instagram as it is very popular.  The hotel was completely renovated several years ago by the brilliant Jonathan Adler.  Upon entering the hotel you are immediately greeted by all of the colors of the rainbow.  The lobby has a wide array of colorful couches, lounge chairs, rugs, and table arrangements all by Jonathan Adler.  Although it is an open floor plan, the various sitting areas are quite intimate and personal.

We checked into the hotel and were given a map to guide us to our room.  The property has several buildings which are scattered throughout the property separated by little patches of heavenly surprises, all of which are connected by gravel pathways.

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We followed our map and went to our room.  I must say that Jonathan Adler did an amazing job designing the interiors.  All of the rooms have their own theme and are very unique and gorgeous in their own way!  As you can tell, our room had a bit of a western/southern California vibe, too cute!img_3986

The hotel has two restaurants, Norma’s (we ate breakfast here one morning, and Mister Parker).  In addition to this, there is a bar, two outdoor pools, a spa, gym, indoor pool, and many outdoor activity/sitting areas.  During our few day stay, we spent majority of our time at the larger (adult) pool sun bathing and swimming while sipping cocktails from the adorable lemonade stand.  When we were not in the pool, we had a beautiful breakfast at Norma’s, played chess at the oversized chess table, attempted croquet and played many rounds of bocce.

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This is by far the cutest place that we have stayed at to date.  I hope that you can see the beauty of The Parker through our pictures.  There is so much to do at the property that our three-four day stay was not long enough by any means.  Danilo and I both agreed that the next time we decide to head back to Palm Springs, we will definitely stay at least seven days to truly take advantage of the SoCal lifestyle that is The Parker Palm Springs.

What do you think of the photos?  Have you stayed at The Parker before? Let me know in the comments below!

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Xoxo,

Aleksandra