Palm Springs Resort, From $99 a Night
Spend some well-deserved time floating down the lazy river at the resort’s water park with this Palm Springs hotel package that can save you 29 percent off regular prices.
The Real Deal Vacation package to Palm Springs includes accommodations at the Rancho Las Palmas Resort & Spa, located near the San Jacinto Mountains and a 20-minute drive from Palm Springs International Airport. Enjoy resort-only access to Splashtopia, a new family-friendly water park on the property surrounded by a 425-foot lazy river and home to two 100-foot water slides, a sandy beach, kid-zones with sprinklers and fountains, and a relaxing Jacuzzi for the adults. Visiting for a romantic spa getaway or honeymoon? Check out the adults-only Azure Pool or the luxurious services of the Spa Las Palmas. The resort just finished a multi-million dollar renovation with brand new room designs, a state-of-the-art fitness center, and a new menu at the resort's bluEmber restaurant featuring culinary creations by Chef Ethan Holmes. From $99 per night, plus taxes of 13 percent and a daily resort fee of $28.
When Mon-Thurs stays between Jul. 8 and Sept. 30, 2013 (from $99 per night).
The Fine Print The Pre-Summer Sale price is based on Monday thru Thursday stays between Jul. 8 and Sept. 30, 2013—rates for Thursday thru Sunday and holidays are slightly higher. Offer does not include hotel taxes of 13 percent or a daily resort fee of $28. Based on single or double occupancy. Read these guidelines before you book any Real Deal.
Book By May 20, 2013.
Why It's a Deal The discounted room rate reflects a savings of 29 percent off regular rates, plus the hotel is perfect for that romantic spa retreat you've been dreaming about or a summer getaway with the family—did we mention the resort has its own water park?
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