Getaways At Palm Springs Tennis Club33.8211973865975, -116.55344215018
The 3-star Getaways At Palm Springs Tennis Club Hotel enjoys a convenient setting overlooking Andes Mountains. The hotel was built in 1981 and refurbished in 2008.
Ideally located 6 km away from Oasis Water Park, the hotel is set in the heart of Palm Springs. Guests will find Palm Springs city center within a 20-minute walk from the property.
Getaways At Palm Springs Tennis Club Hotel offers a spectacular view to its guests.
Getaways At Palm Springs Tennis Club Hotel is within a 10-minute drive to Municipal airport.
The hotel comprises 126 individual guestrooms. Rooms come with the mountain view. In-room self-catering facilities include an electric kettle, a dishwasher and coffee/tea makers.
Eat & Drink
The comfortable garden bar features billiards, a terrace and Wi-Fi. Guests can enjoy American snacks and meals in Yogurt on Tap located 50 meters away.
The hotel offers bicycle rental services on site.
Leisure facilities include a night club, an outdoor swimming pool and a tennis court. The property provides a gym and a fitness centre along with lawn tennis, cycling and table tennis.
Wireless internet is available in the business centre for free.
Wireless internet is available in the hotel rooms for additional charge.
Public parking is possible on site for free.
Year renovated: 2008. Number of rooms: 126.
Paid Wi-Fi in rooms
On-site car park
Bar/ Lounge area
Outdoor swimming pool
Spa & wellness centre
Sports & Fitness
- Fitness centre
- Tennis court
- Golf course
- Room service
- Bicycle rental
- Bell staff/Porter
- Bar/ Lounge area
- Buffet breakfast
- Game room
Spa & Leisure
- Outdoor swimming pool
- BBQ facilities
- Spa & wellness centre
- Paid Wi-Fi in rooms
- Air conditioning
- Sitting area
- Dining table
- Ironing facilities
- Hair dryer
- Cookware/ Kitchen utensils
- Cable/ Satellite television
Rooms and availability
In the Room
- City landmarks
Palm Springs Tennis Club is an beautiful oasis in the desert! Nicely laid out, quiet and comfortable and reasonably priced.
Nice rooms, great staff and facilities, location, activities etc.
Everything from friendly staff at check-in to the great suites, tennis swimmingpools. Jusy a perfect resort in a fantastic setting just off main down town area.
Well-stocked kitchen, pretty grounds, cold water provided by friendly server at the adult pool
Living room/kitchen rather small
The room had everything: a kitchette, inc. Microwave, dishes, utensils, coffeemaker, etc. There was an ironing board/iron, loveseat, nice linen, good bed, great shower/bathtub, nice balcony w/ view of the mountainside. The room had everything. The hotel had an adult pool and family pool that were separate, several hottubs. Parking was underground. No charge for parking, no resort fee or hidden charges, no charge for internet. The place was excellent. Location was great, walking distance to downtown P.S.
Nothing, only thing I had to ask for was extra pillows and received them immediately.
Amazing room with all needs thought of...even had our own kitchen. Extremely good high quality comfortable stay. Certainly excellent value for money. Best hotel of our trip... And the first!
We would definitely consider staying at the Palm Springs Tennis Club again. The resort was 2-3 blocks from downtown Palm Springs. Parking was secure and free. The staff in the lobby was great! Our room (1 bedroom) was spacious and came with a full kitchen stocked with plates, cups, utensils, coffeemaker, toaster, oven, blender, dishwaher, microwave, fridge, etc. It had everything you could possibly need especially if you are traveling with small children. The resort provides washers and dryers for free use in the activities center (You provide your own detergent.) The bed was comfortable. The A.C. worked well. The pools (3 pools, 5 spas) were decent. Overall it was a relaxing experience.
The hotel would be perfect if: 1.Free Wi-Fi was available in the rooms not just the lobby. 2.Continental breakfast was offered whether for free or for a charge. 3. Room service was offered. There is a restaurant on the premises (Spencers) but they do not open until 9am and sometimes when traveling with small children it is easier to order room service. 4. The decor is a bit out-dated (late 80s-early nineties?) though not really a big deal. Other than these 4 things, the resort was great!
The grounds and amenities were lovely and worked. Staff very helpful.No pushy timeshare salespeople. Very upfront with their inventory.Computer access and laudry free.
Room smelled musty because water got in. Sofa cushions did not look too clean but was very comfortable. some of the machine to heat pools quite noisy if you are trying to sleep. All of these things were minor as it is a great place to stay.
Room 332 was excellent since the AC is far away!
-Extremely affordable + no additional charge as often happens in resort-type hotels. Even the parking garage is free. -Spectacular mountain views from our balcony. -Quiet + short distance from the action (restaurants, shops, art galleries and casinos). -Very clean studio with kitchenette (very well equipped). Bed very confortable. -3 pools (1 adult only) + BBQ area (in hotel and at the pool) -No wifi in room but it’s available in the lobby and on the mezzanine + 2 stations availables for free in the lobby - Staff very friendly and helpful. In the morning, we reported a problem with the electricity and it was fixed (repaired) at our return in the evening. They gave us a popcorn bag for the inconvenience (kindly).
It's as if we were returned back in time. The decor seems to date from the 60-70s. Especially the TV that seems to come from the past. Ideal for those who are nostalgic for the days of Kirk Douglas and company!
The location,facilities,and restaurant are excellent.
In general it is not a place to stay in a discounted room,unless you have a thick skin.Some of the staff have an attitude problem.I Arrived exhausted from a very long journey to find that my reservation was not recorded.This was not necessarily the fault of the Palm Springs Tennis Club,but it was an unfortunate start.I Was then exiled to the most remote corner of the resort,and there is no porterage...and although there are( I discovered later) luggage trollies none was in evidence or suggested.Although my unit was immaculate,and housekeeping was excellent the same could not be said of the patio which was covered with leaves throughout my stay.This is a fine place in many ways,and despite the above I would recommend it overall.
Overall this is a pleasant resort with good facilities,though perhaps deteriorating slowly.It hasa first class restaurant,Spencers,though I thought that the quality of the service had deteriorated slightly since my last visit e.g. last time I was asked what kind of iced tea I preferred,this time they came round with a standard jug.One of the waiters,an older male,scowled incessantly which detracted from the ambience.Generally the staff are highly commended for their pleasant service,and rightly,but this fellow was an exception. I rarely use the pools,and it was far too hot for the courts,but they are undoubtedly an asset.Most of the units have patios,but they vary sharply in size and privacy.
Let me begin by saying that the resort aspires to high standards and generally attains them.Most of the staff ,especially domestic and ground,are pleasant and helpful.That is my preface to some severe comments,against the general tenour of posted reviews.Please feel free to communicate these to the manager rather than posting. The cleaning staff are prompt,efficient and pleasant.I do not wish to suggest otherwise.Nonetheless my unit had at least three cockroaches, two in the kitchen which I killed and a very large one in the bathroom which eluded me.you do not expect this in a resort such as this. More importantly from my point of view,I found several of the desk staff,though most certainly not all,somewhere between curt and hostile.The reason for this eluded me as I am a generally undemanding guest who was looking for a quiet break to read and write.I will not bother with all the details.On my last day when I had booked the night ,although proposing to leave early evening,i found myself locked out on returning from my last minute shopping spree.An attempt to get my entry card renewed was delayed by one desk clerk shouting in a most authoritarian manner at another more helpful one.This was followed by the appearance of an escort to my room.This is not the way guests are usually treated at a good resort.It was not an isolated incident.On an earlier evening the young female night clerk showed open disdain when I asked for a cab to a restaurant whose street number I could not remember and so could only approximate.The same clerk was openly rude to a guest who checked in just before this incident.I do not wish to suggest all the desk staff are the same,they are not,but there do seem to be some issues.Certainly I did not feel a welcome guest,and I have travelled extensively and stayed in many good resorts. without ever feeling the need to senda criticism like this..nor am I hypersensitive ,or hyper-critical or over-imaginative.
The studio was very spacious and the facilities excellent
The accommodations were spacious, I liked the wide hallways and open areas, liked the free secure parking, liked the luggage carts. The apartment was well outfitted, the bed was comfy. The curb appeal is wonderful, the location outstanding
The dress code for tennis is too strict. We were unable to play based on the printed material we received describing what you had to wear to be allowed to play. The elevator and garage entry to the hotel is shabby and dated, and the carpeting needs to be refreshed or replaced in the hallways, at least in the hallways leading to our room #244.
The restaurant and grounds were very nice and accommodating.
The rooms were very tired...older furnishings, television and phones 15 years or older, lots of plastic flowers.