Hyatt Hotels Corporation recently announced plans for a 168-room Thompson Palm Springs, marking the second Thompson in California. Thompson Palm Springs plans to open later this year, boasting views of the San Jacinto Mountains and city of Palm Springs.
“We are excited to welcome guests and locals to Thompson Palm Springs, which will bring-to-life the iconic spirit of the destination through striking design, innovative culinary offerings and locally inspired guest experiences,” said Jeffrey Miller, general manager, Thompson Palm Springs. “Palm Springs has always been a diverse destination where local culture is celebrated, and Thompson Palm Springs will embody this energy by serving as a dynamic home-base for guests, local tastemakers and emerging creatives to connect with each other and what inspires them. We truly desire to be a local’s destination.”
Thompson Palm Springs will feature unique guestroom bungalows, two outdoor pools, gardens, lounge areas, walking paths, a signature restaurant, an indoor and outdoor bar and lounge, a spa, and flexible meeting and event space. Additionally, more than 20,000 square feet of ground-level retail and restaurant space will be home to HALL Napa Valley, a tasting room.
“With design, art and entertainment at the heart of the Thompson Hotels brand experience, downtown Palm Springs is the ideal location for one of the brand’s newest hotels,” said Kimo Bertram, vice president of real estate and development, Hyatt. “Thompson Palm Springs will add to the growing number of properties within our Thompson Hotels brand portfolio throughout California and globally. We look forward to collaborating with Hall Group to introduce this new lifestyle hotel to the market, that will epitomize the world-renowned sophistication and unique culture of Palm Springs.”
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