Just got back from a two night get away with the wife at the San Giuliano Hotel. Let me just start off by saying that we usually are the type that when traveling only stay where we have stayed before or generally would go with a big name brand hotel. This place was great! All of the great reviews about this place are all very very accurate. We stayed in the Fountain Hacienda and were extremely impressed. The room,linens, bed, everything was the highest of quality you almost feel as if you have rented your own house. The jacuzzi was probably the cleanest jacuzzi i have ever been in which is a big deal for me because i am kind of a germ freak. The manager that was on the property was names Brandon and she was great. She tells you everything you will need to know to come and go from the property and she keeps her distance but is always easy to find if you do need something which we never did because everything was perfect. What topped this place off for me was its location. This place about two blocks from palm canyon dr. which is where all the food, drinks and entertainment. We actually never drove our car again until we left because we were so close we just walked everywhere. This place truly is a hidden gem that i am hoping not to many people find out about but this property truly does deserve the business.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Rossi Hotel (formerly known as The San Giuliano) was originally built as a hotel in the 1920's and was known as The Wigwam, hosting an array of glamorous movie stars. One of the oldest hotels in the Palm Springs area. All eight suites enjoy beautiful private patios and jacuzzis. We are located in the historic Tennis Club District in the heart of Downtown Palm Springs. Enjoy our beautiful pool with the San Jacinto Mountains as a backdrop. Surprisingly, this oasis is located just steps from the exciting Downtown Palm Springs with an abundance of restaurants, shops and entertainment. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- San Giuliano Palm Springs
- Hotel San Giuliano