With the annual Coachella Music and Arts Festival just around the corner, Unbiased Writer put together a guide detailing the hottest places to stay in Palm Springs. If you were lucky enough to score a ticket to Coachella, consider this your cheat sheet to ensure you have ultimate weekend. Prices for lodging near Coachella have skyrocketed in recent years, with the local economy cashing in massively on the annual event. If you haven’t booked a hotel room yet, you’re going to want to do that right now! Press play on the vide below:
If camping isn’t your thing and you want a nice clean bed and Wi-Fi every night, there are plenty of hotels to chose from. Check out Unbiased Writer‘s favorite hotels below:
- The Parker Palm Springs is located in the heart of Palm Springs on East Palm Canyon Drive. Formerly Gene Autry’s Givenchy Resort and Spa, the Parker Palm Springs is a celebrity hot spot. For more visit theparkerpalmsprings.com
- Designed in 1947 by the famed desert architect William F. Cody, the Del Marcos Hotel is located in the legendary Palm Springs historic hotel and shopping district.This classic adults only 17 room hotel offers stunning views of the San Jacinto Mountains. For more visit delmarcoshotel.com
Air BNB & VRBO are popular innovative alternative to hotels. If you’re not familiar, these sites let people list extra rooms, apartments, houses for rent. If you search for “Coachella,” you’ll find a variety of different places to rent for a range of different prices.
Yes, camping is a popular option for Coachella. The Indio camping site is a lot like living on campus during college – you can roll out of bed and walk to the festival. Unfortunately, car camping and normal tent camping, are already sold out. The remaining on-site camping options can be found on Coachella’s site.
The affordable alternative to camping on the festival grounds. Coachella lists its recommended off-site camping places (this includes options for RVs) on its website.
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