The #1 question I get asked is: Where to stay in Palm Springs. Especially with Modernism Week coming up (will I see you there?)! While Palm Springs is full of fabulous boutique hotels, of which I’ve shared my favorites with
Architectural Digest and Real Simple in the past, the one thing I would highly recommend if you can is to rent a house.
There’s no better way to live the Palm Springs dream than by actually living like a local. I shared a peek at my stay at The Lawrence at Old Las Palmas vacation rental through Acme House Co. here and here, and today I’d love to share some more pics.
I mean, how can you beat having an entire pool to yourself?
Spectacular Palm Springs decor? This one in particular by one of the world’s top designers, Martyn Lawrence-Bullard.
Your own outdoor kitchen, bocce ball court, fire pit, and hot tub?
And the grooviest place to have sweet dreams?
Not to mention, a glamourous bathroom with an outdoor tub?
On our very first trip to Palm Springs, many moons ago on a cross-country roadtrip, we actually stayed the week at a
vacation renal house by Acme House Co.
I vividly remember cranking the heated pool up to 90 degrees in January and thought It doesn’t get better than this.
And guess what?
I was right.
If you have the chance, I couldn’t recommend renting a vacation house in Palm Springs more.
And The Lawrence at Old Las Palmas is a literal Palm Springs dream come true.
PHOTOS: FRED MOSER
Thank you to Acme House Co. for partnering on this post!
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