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First impression were ok. Entrance room could do with sorting out. Room was big, enormous bed which was incredibly comfy! Considering the place was derelict 5 or so years ago, they have done an amazing job! Lovely..We relaxed immediately!
I've stayed at most of PS resorts over the years and have settled on this as the best overall value and experience. The atmosphere really lends to the fun, relaxing PS alternative experience. I love that it is pet friendly with an enormous adjacent park-refuge....More
My partner and I spent the 4th of July Weekend at the resort and we had the time of our lives. The staff is incredible, Richard and Chris are so nice and the owner is very friendly. The rooms were nice and clean, we were...More
Just spent 3 nights at the Canyon Club July 3-6th, this was my first visit, my partner had stayed here once before. The Resort is clean and comfortable and Chris and Richard did everything possible to make sure that our stay was satisfactory. Our room...More
We stayed here 5 years ago and its was run down. We heard it had been renovated and thought we would give it another try. mistake. The outside looks like it's been abandoned boarded up Windows needs paint just a mess. The courtyard is nice...More
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No it does not. It does provide a cold breakfast--fruit, pastries, toast, cereal, etc. It has water, ice and soda machines and sells bottled water behind the desk. Palm Springs tap water was surprisingly drinkable and the... More
No it does not. It does provide a cold breakfast--fruit, pastries, toast, cereal, etc. It has water, ice and soda machines and sells bottled water behind the desk. Palm Springs tap water was surprisingly drinkable and the room had a fridge.