Famous for its movie star past, this modernist hotel designed by Albert Frey dates from 1935. It's 2 blocks from downtown Palm Springs and 0.8 miles from Palm Springs Art Museum. The sophisticated rooms have pillow-top mattresses and travertine bars with minifridges. All are equipped with free WiFi, iPod docking stations and flat-screen TVs. Some rooms have private patios or terraces. Townhouses have mountain views and come with separate living rooms and French doors.
Owners Bonnie and Tom welcome you. What began as a small catering company in early 2009, has evolved into an intimate restaurant serving fresh American food daily. Named one of the Best New Restaurants by Palm Springs Life Magazine. The name Cello's came from Tom's love of making his own limoncello seasonally from the lemons grown here in the Coachella Valley. Call for specials and tasting parties.
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