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Hyatt continues to expand its luxury and lifestyle brands with the opening of Thompson Palm Springs, scheduled for the end of 2023. This modern new hotel will be located in the heart of the Sonoran Desert city, with sweeping views of the San Jacinto Mountains.
Here are the details of this exciting new Hyatt property!
The new 168-room Thompson Palm Springs is set to open in late 2023, marking the brand’s second property in California.
Additionally, the Thompson Palm Springs will offer luxury amenities, including 2 swimming pools, indoor and outdoor lounges and bars, a signature restaurant, a spa, a fitness center, and locally-inspired guest experiences. There will even be 20,000 square feet of retail and restaurant space on the hotel’s ground floor, located along the iconic Palm Canyon Drive.
This retail space will also include HALL Napa Valley, a wine-tasting room featuring selections from the hotel’s owner’s family of wines including HALL, WALT, and BACA.
Finally, the hotel’s central location will offer guests easy access to Palm Springs’ arts and culture scene, as well as shopping and restaurants. Within the hotel, guests will be immersed in the surrounding landscape through walking paths, gardens, and lounge areas.
If you’re unfamiliar with the Thompson Hotels brand, you can expect mid-century modern style throughout the property and guest rooms.
No matter which room you stay in at the Thompson Palm Springs, you’re in for a chic luxury escape. Not to mention, Palm Springs is an ideal backdrop for the brand.
“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 of Hyatt.
The Thompson Palm Springs marks the brand’s 19th location. By the end of 2024, 4 other Thompson hotels will open in Houston; Miami; Monterrey, Mexico; and Shanghai.Hot Tip:
Currently, there are Thompson Hotels in the U.S., Mexico, and Spain. For some travel inspiration, check out our picks for the best Thompson Hotels to book with points!
When it opens, this Palm Springs hotel will exude urban luxury with access to nearby museums, galleries, restaurants, and boutiques. We can’t wait to share the property’s award category when it’s ready to open. Stay tuned to learn how to book the Thompson Palm Springs with points!
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