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Unless i’m dreaming,

This must be the place


Leave the world behind and discover Azure Sky – a tranquil sanctuary hidden close to the heartbeat of Palm Springs. Originally built in 1959, this exclusive, 21-and-over hotel is refreshed and renewed after two years of extensive luxury renovations – all while keeping its serene mid century soul front and center. Thanks to a discreet location and secluded vibes, Azure Sky promises a chance to unwind among clean modern lines and lush desert landscaping…and with just 14 guest rooms, you’ll feel like you have the place to yourself. Come and see what all the hush is about.



Azure Sky’s fourteen exceptionally appointed rooms have mid century inspired design accents within a neutral palette, complementing the natural desert setting. Wood and stone are prominent design materials, with custom millwork and luxurious built-in beds floating above scattered rugs and stone tile. Bathrooms feature spacious showers with floor-to-ceiling tile and concrete sinks and counters. Twelve rooms include fully equipped kitchenettes, eleven have private patios with hammocks, and five are spacious one-bedroom suites. All boast of an arresting space to simply sink into.


Hide away

Unwind under the bright desert sky amid palm trees and thriving desert plants – Azure Sky offers tranquil outdoor areas to connect with the landscape. Make your way through the grounds to discover an expansive terrace surrounding the pool and jacuzzi – perfect for lounging or a refreshing swim and soak after local explorations. Our meadow courtyard is the ideal spot to watch the sun melt into the San Jacinto Mountains with a cocktail from the lobby bar. Two fire pits provide natural gathering places and lend ambiance to cozy evenings. In this intimate expanse of gardens and open spaces, it’s hard to believe the bustle of downtown Palm Springs is a stone’s throw away.

Lounger beside pool at Azure Sky Hotel


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Where would you be if you left all your cares behind? 

Marty Rubin